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As you know many local partners came together to make this house look the way it does, the kitchen is furnished with appliances from Bosch and a top of the line Brizo faucet and the cabinets were supplied by kitchen concepts.
Governor Andy Beshear announced that he brought in Ernst & Young (EY) to help with unemployment on June 30th, he said he expected the global accounting firm would get Kentucky close to caught up with claims.
An Ohio Valley Coalition is expected to unveil the blueprint to a new policy that will expand economic opportunity. "Reimagine Appalachia" is made up of leaders and organizations from West Virginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
A continued hot topic not only in Kentucky but across the nation the removal of confederate monuments and flags in public spaces, some states and communities have chosen to move statues to locations with historical context while others have removed them all together.
It's been more than 100 days since the coronavirus first shut down businesses across the state. It's been just 45 days since they've been able to slowly reopen and it has been a process but getting to 50 percent capacity this week has brought some encouraging signs.
Summer sports leagues are dealing with an unprecedented time just like everyone us. Normally teams would have been practicing up until the games start but because of quarantine, they've missed out on the opportunity. The Lexington Adult Baseball League says either way, they're ready to get back out on the field.
Health experts have stressed the impact of the Coronavirus on minority communities. Nowhere is that more apparent than in Fayette and surrounding counties. And it's not just African-Americans, Hispanics now make up a large part of Fayette County's 1,200 cases but it's only 7 percent of the population.
While the world has been coming together to support racial equality and justice, gun violence remains a topic pushed aside in the discussions, at least for now. But some families live with it and its impact every day.
Lucy Jones lost her granddaughter to it.
Fire investigators are looking into what started an early-morning fire that heavily damaged a Lexington apartment complex.
It happened at Walnut Hill Apartments in the 37 hundred block of Trent Circle.
Soraya Moberly got a call at 2 Thursday morning. It was the start to a tough piece in an already emotional day. She also had to attend her best friend's funeral.
2020 has been a difficult year with a coronavirus pandemic disrupting lives and businesses, and a new generation protesting for racial justice and equality but beyond those daily headlines, a group of high school seniors and their families are getting something special from a previous era this week.