McCracken County

McCracken County Sheriff's Dept., via Facebook

A motorcyclist has died after a driver who had fallen asleep at the wheel struck him on a McCracken County road. 

McCracken County jail

A female former substitute teacher in Kentucky accused of having sex with two male students has pleaded not guilty.

McCracken County Sheriff's Department

A McCracken County man died in an accident involving a lawnmower early Monday evening. McCracken County Sheriff’s Office reports 56-year-old James Airsman of Paducah had been driving the mower near the edge of a pond when the tire slipped, causing it to roll into the bank. 

City of Paducah

Paducah city leaders want City Hall on the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places.

McCracken County Sheriff's Dept., via Facebook

McCracken County Sheriff Jon Hayden is asking the county government for more support. He says manpower shortages are “crippling” his office’s ability to serve county residents.

Energy Transfer

McCracken County emergency management officials are getting the word out about construction now underway on an existing natural gas pipeline that runs through far-western Kentucky.

McCracken County Sheriff's Department

A Confederate monument in McCracken County has been vandalized. 

McCracken County Fiscal Court / Facebook

The McCracken County Fiscal Court has notified the City of Paducah that it has not made a decision whether to contract with the Kentucky State Police or continue its interlocal agreement with the city for emergency 911 services.  The City said it would start to establish its own 911 department if the County did not make a decision by March 1st. 

McCracken County Sheriff's Department

An “Internet Purchase Exchange Location” is now in the McCracken County courthouse parking lot. The McCracken County Sheriff’s Department established the designated meeting point to offer a “peace of mind” when meeting a buyer or seller from an internet transaction.

Lance Dennee

McCracken County Judge/Executive Bob Leeper is promoting his work to trim the county budget. In the annual state of the county address today Leeper noted a recent communications audit has shown that the county can save $30,000 annually by cutting unused fax and phone lines.

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