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Rowan County to return to five day a week in-person classes March 22

A virtual option (RCOLA) will be offered to those wishing to learn remotely for the remainder of the school year.

Warning from sheriff after string of overdoses in Pendleton County

Investigators say seven people overdosed on Percocet 30 pills, one of the victim's died.

Families living along Rockcastle River assess damages from flood

"Seriously I can't believe this is happening, it feels like a bad dream," Susan Jones said.

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Lexington likely will stay away from gravel ice-fighting in the future

City still waiting on salt shipment from days ago

Bill allowing extra year of school clears Kentucky Senate

The proposed legislation is a response to pandemic-related disruptions on schools that resulted in widespread use of virtual instruction.

Panel advances bill to cap out-of-pocket costs for insulin

The proposed cap would apply to state-regulated health plans.

Bill seeks to limit governor’s ability to fill Senate seat

The bill reflects the commanding position of Republicans, who dominate the state legislature and hold both U.S. Senate seats from Kentucky.

KSU to bring forth new strategic plan before its Board of Regents

The new plan, entitled “Vision 2025: Racing Toward Our Highest Potential.”

Historic flooding causes severe damage in Beattyville

Downtown Beattyville in Lee County is washed out.

Powell county residents cleaning up after flood

Clay City residents are left cleaning up, after the Red River reached levels they haven't seen in over 40 years.

State asks feds for emergency help; COVID vaccine numbers grow

Gov. Beshear Updates Kentuckians on COVID-19, Record Flooding

Finally, Tracking Days of Sunshine!

Finally! After weeks of wild weather, Mother Nature gives us the gift of sunshine and warm temperatures. Expect a mix of sun and clouds,...