|Inclement Weather Hours|
|December 6, Closing at 12pm|
|Current Weather Conditions in PADUCAH, KY - Updated Dec 06 11:05 PM
|Wind: ||North at 16 mph|
|Pressure: ||30.48 inches |
|Humidity: || 81%|
|Dewpoint: || 17° F (-8° C)|
|Notes: ||Windchill 8||Tonight|
Mostly Cloudy. A 20 Percent Chance Of Snow Showers In The Evening. Lows Around 12. North Winds 10 To 15 Mph.
|5 Day Forecast for PADUCAH, KY - Updated Dec 06 9:04 PM
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The Seattle Mariners shook up baseball's free-agent market, reaching a rich deal with Robinson Cano on a day when Carlos Beltran, Curtis Granderson and other familiar names found new homes.
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DETROIT (AP) â€” Matt Johnson threw four of his career-high five touchdown passes in the first half and Bowling Green routed No. 16 Northern Illinois 47-27 on Friday night for the Mid-American Conference title, ending the Huskies' shot at playing in a marquee bowl game.
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Atlanta's Kyle Korver set an NBA record by draining a three pointer in his 90th consecutive game as the Hawks beat Cleveland 108-89 on Friday. Korver's three pointer in the first quarter broke the mark of 89 games in a row which was set by Dana Barros in 1996. "There have been so many great shooters in the NBA so anytime you are able to be a part of something like this it says something," said Korver, who had 10 points.
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Matt Johnson threw four of his career-high five touchdown passes in the first half and Bowling Green routed No. 16 Northern Illinois 47-27 on Friday night for the Mid-American Conference title, ending the Huskies' shot at playing in a marquee bowl game.
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The New Mexico State Police officer who fired shots at a minivan full of children during a chaotic October traffic stop has been fired, a spokesman with the law enforcement agency said Friday.
American Merrill Newman, 85, who was detained by North Korea for more than a month, landed in Beijing on Saturday after being deported by Pyongyang, Japanese media reported. "I'm very glad to be on my way home," Newman told Japanese media at Beijing airport. He was visiting North Korea as a tourist when he was pulled off an Air Koryo flight in North Korea minutes before it was due to depart for Beijing on October 26.