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Saturday, September 19, 2020

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With Taylor Grand Jury decision looming, federal buildings eye closure, security

Regardless decision, fear is groups on either side will react

Spot survey shows big impact of pandemic on low-income

More than 40,percent in rental households risked losing homes, many going hungry

World’s largest Livestock Expo makes changes, will be help

Like State Fair, crowds will be limited to participants.

Campton, Richmond, Wilmore, Lexington residents named to boards

Area residents named to a variety of boards, commissions.

Publishers Clearinghouse calling? Don’t believe it

Scammers say people have won but have to send money for taxes first.

State’s popular surplus equipment auction goes online

Sale generated more than $2 million last year

Bermans donate $1 million to EKU’s Center for Professional Sales

Gift helps put the new EKU program on the map.

Two churches cancel services; COVID advisory issues

People who attended services last weekend may have been exposed.

Estill, Jackson counties in ‘red,’ schools take steps

Color-coded system meant to give schools, communities local control.

COVID cases still high, positivity rate lowest its been in weeks

Deaths continue to mount, top 1,100.

Domestic dispute lands pair in drug, weapons trouble

Search of home found marijuana growing, stolen handgun, other items.

Thoroughbred buyers get chance to help backstretch, farm workers

Part of broad effort to help backbone workers hit by the pandemic.

AMC Theater 10 closed, no word on reopening

No word on when or if the theater will reopen.

UK begins random student COVID-19 testing, continues wastewater testing

Programs decide to locate, head off clusters.

Groups, individuals receive ‘Apples’ for school initiatives

Awards recognize innovations, efforts that make a difference.

From farm markets to meat processors, agency OKs $2.2 million in investments

Fayette, Scott, Woodford, Whitley, others get investments.

Walks take on gun violence, spread a message

Groups come together to remember, hope.

Brickman virtual concert benefits Opera House

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The concert may be virtual, but ticket-holders still can get swag and their own VIP experience. And they'll benefit a Lexington...