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Home health care is a service that many providers and patients have considered as of late. Melanie Beck and Tammy Sullivan of Baptist Health Home Care speak with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good on how the treatment option works.

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A new report states Kentucky has the highest percentage of children in the nation who have had a parent in jail. 

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Former host of NBC's The Tonight Show and comedian Jay Leno has attended a fundraiser for a central Kentucky police officer killed in the line of duty.

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Austin Carter talks to Jay Staten about The Empty Bowls Project Dinner and Silent Auction, supporting Marcella's Kitchen which will be held Saturday, April 23rd from 11 am to 1 pm in Draffenville. 

Staten says the project first started about 26 years ago, when a Michigan art teacher challenged his students to come up with a creative community service project. It’s not just in Paducah; organizations around the country create their own bowls to help feed the hungry.

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The chief district engineer for Kentucky Transportation District 2 is retiring at the end of this month. Kevin McClearn is a 23-year veteran of the cabinet and was promoted to CDE in 2009. 

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Bowling Green is preparing to welcome Syrian refugees later this year who are fleeing their country’s civil war. The re-settlement is raising concerns among some in the community.

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Paducah city officials are deciding between rehabilitating and replacing City Hall.

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Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced on Wednesday that the countenance of abolitionist leader Harriet Tubman will grace a new $20 bill.

The decision caps a public campaign asking for a woman to be placed on American paper currency and months of deliberation by the Treasury to replace either Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill or Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.

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Issues surrounding the Paducah Riverfront Project, community outreach and economic development took center stage of the Market House Theatre Monday night in a forum of the 2016 Paducah Mayoral Candidates.

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Two Kentucky men who challenged the state’s ban on same-sex marriage say they’re amazed at the pace of change. Louisville residents Greg Bourke and Michael DeLeon sued the state in 2013 because it wouldn’t recognize their marriage, which took place in Canada.

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