No one was at home when fire destroyed this home at 1470 Trace Creek Church Road on Tuesday. Firefighters from Clear Springs, Symsonia and Viola fire departments and Graves County Fire & Rescue, along with the American Red Cross, responded about 9:30 a.m. and remained on the scene until …
The Graves County Sheriff's Office is continuing to search for a suspect that robbed the Stop and Go Food Mart on Ky. 58 East on Sunday night. The robbery was reported at 8:35 p.m. at the business, located at the intersection of Ky. 58 and Ky. 131. The suspect was reported to be a heavy-set …
Men in the same Graves County Jail cell where an inmate was found unresponsive and later died and another was treated for an apparent overdose have been medically evaluated.
Graves County has been allocated $298,000 to pay for resurfacing of four additional roadways this summer above the number previously proposed by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
A Mayfield man charged with following a girl into a house, pushing her on a bed and sexually abusing her faces trial next month unless he reaches a plea deal in the case before then.
Kentucky State Police and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) are partnering to encourage local residents to remove potentially dangerous medicines from their homes and dispose of them safely.
Dispatch telecommunications personnel at Kentucky State Police Post 1 were honored along with more than 200,000 of their peers across the USA during National Public Safety Telecommunications Week this week.
LOUISVILLE - If there’s one issue in Kentucky politics that is almost universally agreed on, it’s that Kentucky lawmakers must find more money to finance Kentucky’s ailing pension systems.
A Hickory man was taken by ambulance to Mercy Health-Lourdes Hospital in Paducah Tuesday after he lost control of his motorcycle on Ky. 1820 near Wheeler Road and crashed into a ditch.
The Symsonia Community Development Corporation has been notified that it is eligible for a federal grant up to $540,848 to construct about 2 miles of sidewalk, allowing residents safe passage to important destinations in the small, north Graves County community.
Twenty-nine law enforcement officers gathered in Mayfield on Wednesday to learn how to bring to their own communities a program that has had success at the Mayfield Police Department.
Mayfield Mayor Kathy O'Nan recalled Robert Barclay as being a mountain of a man. But describing him went beyond the physical stature of a football player.
Slightly more of a partially collapsed building at 112 West Broadway apparently fell in shortly after noon Monday, calling emergency responders to the scene. A passerby thought he or she had seen smoke inside the building, but it was likely dust stirred up by further roof collapse, Mayfield …
A man who tried to cut a 72-year-old woman's throat and rape her and her 13-year-old granddaughter could spend the next 15 years in prison.
Intravenous drug users can get clean needles, be tested for Hepatitis C and HIV and have access to treatment, all anonymously, beginning today at the Graves County Health Department.
FRANKFORT- Kentucky needs a little more time before testing its new REAL ID driver’s license system in circuit court clerk offices, a state Transportation Cabinet official said Monday.
The Graves County Piecemakers Quilt Guild is featuring an extensive display of local quilting art at Mayfield's Icehouse Gallery through Saturday, April 27.
A student studying electricity at the Mayfield/Graves County Area Technology Center has been honored along with several of his peers by Associated General Contractors of Western Kentucky officials and awarded a $500 prize for his technical expertise.
FRANKFORT -- Gov. Matt Bevin followed up his pledge to call a special legislative session so lawmakers can pass a modified version of the pension relief bill he vetoed Tuesday with an even more ambitious pledge: The law-making session will take only one day.
John Parks, a former McCracken County High School fishing coach, pleaded not guilty Thursday to sexual abuse and child pornography charges.
State police charged a Pryorsburg woman with 23 counts of animal cruelty after they said they found malnourished dogs, including three dead ones, at her home.
A Benton man was taken to Jackson Purchase Medical Center early Tuesday morning after he lost control of his vehicle on Doran Drive in Wingo and crashed in the backyard of a nearby home.
Mayfield police were investigating a wreck in which a driver plowed into the Advance Auto Parts store, 1200 Paris Road, late Friday afternoon, April 5. The woman, who was from Sedalia, was not hurt, and her convertible was driveable afterward, police said. The store was closed immediately af…
FRANKFORT — Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin followed up his pledge to call a special legislative session so lawmakers can pass a modified version of the pension relief bill he vetoed Tuesday with an even more ambitious pledge: The law-making session will take only one day.
Graves County Fiscal Court has approved an effort to provide county tax incentives to Youngblood Excavating and Contracting LLC that will enable reconstruction work to continue on 332 acres at the former General Tire property.
The Mayfield City Council spent more than a quarter million dollars on capital expenditures Monday night with the end of the budget year fast approaching.
Kentucky State Police Post 1 reported 188 criminal arrests, 67 criminal cases opened, 36 vehicle collisions investigated with no fatal collision as well as 21 DUI arrests in the 11-county area during March.
Mayfield Mayor Kathy O'Nan honored Dr. Darren Stone as having Mayfield's business of the month during the city council meeting Monday, April 8. Stone has had his family practice at Jackson Purchase Medical Center since 2013. He also serves as medical director for the Mayfield Fire Department…
A new drunken driving bill Mayfield’s Rep. Richard Heath shepherded through the state legislature last month had a personal connection for him.
A Mayfield man was arrested on four warrants Thursday when the Mayfield Police Department responded to a report of shots fired near the intersection of Indiana Avenue and North Fourth Street.
Fancy Farm native Dr. Hilary L. Hunt has published “Wilderness Cry,” his latest book that he says resulted from his own “journey of understanding” that has led to a very different understanding of God and his universe.