Shelby Frye

Reporter

Shelby Frye is a senior at Murray State University, double majoring in theatre and journalism. She has lived in Murray for four years, but grew up in Paris, Tennessee. When she isn’t working at WKMS, Shelby performs in and works on crew for Murray State Theatre productions, plays Dungeons & Dragons, and keeps her plate full with her dual majors.

 

Kentucky State Police

SECOND UPDATE: A fifth suspect has been arrested in relation to a murder case in Todd County.

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The Paducah Board of Commissioners approved last night a proposal to help preserve the historic Hotel Metropolitan. 

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Former McCracken County Property Valuation Administrator Nancy Bock turned herself into the county sheriff's department this morning.

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is reminding drivers to watch out for roaming deer in the last few months of the year.

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McCracken County Property Value Administrator Nancy Bock resigned Friday after accusations of theft and forgery.

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The Kentucky Municipal Energy Agency is in the planning stages of building a large solar farm in west Kentucky. 

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The Kentucky non-profit Minority Economic Development Initiative is holding Hopkinsville’s first college football game. 

National Weather Service

The Kentucky Emergency Management sent Swiftwater Search and Rescue teams to assist with Hurricane Florence relief efforts in North Carolina last Wednesday and their work continues. 

courtesy of the University of Tennessee

University of Tennessee President Joe DiPietro is retiring in February. 

courtesy of the city of Paducah

A McCracken County High School junior's Eagle Scout project provides access to books in three of Paducah public parks.

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