93.3 WKYQ wants you to take part in the Labor Day festivities happening this weekend through Monday…
PADUCAH LABOR DAY PARADE-The parade gets underway at 9:30 a.m. and goes from 14th and Broadway to 2nd Street. The annual Paducah Labor Day Celebration at the downtown parking lots officially starts at 10 a.m. with live music, political speaking, awards, inflatables, food vendors, train rides and more. The celebration goes until 5 p.m.
METROPOLIS LABOR DAY PARADE-The parade starts at 10 a.m. at the Massac…Read full post
Just in time for Halloween! Learn more about it by clicking here.
An Iowa farmer celebrates the “Today” show weatherman’s 60th birthday by creating this one-of-a-kind corn maze! Click here to learn more about it!
93.3 WKYQ is gearing up for the Murray Ice Cream Festival, September 5th & 6th at the court square in downtown Murray! Enjoy inflatables, the car show, the “Ice Cream Idol” singing competition, and on Saturday, free Purity Ice Cream from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m! This year there’s something new: the Murray Rotary Club’s Shake & Smoothie Contest on September 5th from 6 to 9 p.m! Get all the details by clicking here, and we’ll see you at the Murray Ice…Read full post
Bobby loves his Chicago Cubs, but even he’s not willing to go this far…
To learn more about this devoted fan and his reasoning for the tattoo, click here.
A TV reporter in Pennsylvania was interviewing people attending a county fair when she talked to five-year-old Noah Ritter, who was at the fair with his grandpa. The kid says he’s never been on TV before, but he sure acts like a pro!
UPDATE!!-Since hitting the airwaves and the internet, Noah has become an overnight sensation. ABC’s Gio Benitez caught up with Noah for a follow-up interview. Once again, Noah does not disappoint!
Tonight on ABC-TV, tune in to catch this year’s highlights from Nashville’s biggest party! If you attended, this year’s bash, you might even see yourself! Here’s some previews of what you’ll see tonight…
Catch “CMA Fest: Country’s Night to Rock” tonight at 7 p.m. on WSIL-TV 3.