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A new, 300-acre industrial park in Marshall County has secured its first tenant. Software and IT services provider United Systems in Benton is relocating and expanding operations in the Southwest One Industrial Park.

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Local candidates for State House and State Senate answered questions ranging from tax reform to non-partisan cooperation at a forum in Benton on Tuesday night. The forum was the second hosted this week by Marshall County High School’s AP Government class.

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Kentucky Transportation Cabinet officials are touring the commonwealth looking to develop partnerships with county leaders for road work that leads to or sustains jobs and job growth. KYTC Secretary Greg Thomas visited Marshall County on Monday as part of his listening tour inviting input from local officials on infrastructure needs.

Nicole Erwin / WKMS

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin and the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet approved on Thursday additional grants to support victims and families affected by the Marshall County High School shooting.

Matt Markgraf / WKMS

$192,000 is going towards victim services in Marshall County after Governor Matt Bevin approved the grants on Tuesday. 

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Marshall County High School students will be greeted by dozens of ‘Marshall Strong’ signs as they return to school on Thursday.

Matt Markgraf / WKMS

Marshall County High School is receiving a grant to assist in recovery from a deadly school shooting.  

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Ashland Inc. is moving its headquarters out of Kentucky after nearly a century.

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A group of high school students in west Kentucky is organizing a protest opposing the upcoming appearance of the National Rifle Association President in Murray.

Austin Carter / WKMS

The west Kentucky region is home to some great burger joints, but often there’s more to these places than just a good burger. Austin Carter is a self-proclaimed burger enthusiast and he's starting a new series about the people that make these burgers special. His first installment of “Beyond the Burger” begins in Marshall County, Kentucky.

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