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A 19-year-old Paducah man accused of injuring an infant has pleaded not guilty to a charge of first-degree assault.

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Paducahans will have a chance to view the National Christmas Tree next week before it’s displayed at the Capitol.  

Dixie Lynn, WKMS

Some 200 Paducah area veterans, family members and residents gathered for a Veterans Day ceremony and many more lined downtown Broadway for a parade this morning.

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  The Paducah Warming Center is seeking volunteers for the 2016 - 17 season. The center provides a place for ‘people in need of shelter from colder weather’ to stay the night, eat a hot meal and take a shower.

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Lane restrictions along U.S. 45 and Kentucky Avenue in Paducah are expected to continue for two more weeks.

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Officials say a revitalization project that has targeted a 20-block area of Paducah stands as a model for Kentucky neighborhoods that are trying to deal with drug use, gang activity, litter and excessive noise.

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The Tennessee Valley Authority is seeking public input for an environmental impact statement on projects at the coal-fired Shawnee Fossil Plant.

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A McCracken County based program aimed at combating domestic violence received two grants totaling $750,000 dollars Monday. Governor Matt Bevin presented the Merryman House in Paducah with a Community Development Block Grant of $500,000 to go towards their capital campaign. 

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Paducah officials say the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree will be in western Kentucky next month.

Lance Dennee, WKMS

With numerous projects underway in the City of Paducah: from neighborhood revitalization to riverfront development, workforce development, the foreign trade zone, efforts to attract young entrepreneurs and much more, this November's mayoral and city commissioners race has many in the community wondering about the leadership will look like guiding a changing Paducah. WKMS and The Paducah Sun hosted a forum Thursday night where candidates expressed their views on these topics.

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