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Thursday, December 3, 2020

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UPDATE: Nicholasville Road accident cleared

Two-vehicle crash has lanes blocked.

Doctor: Priority is giving “the sickest a chance to survive.”

Vaccine prep well underway, each provides special challnges

State records second straight day of record COVID-related deaths

Dr. Stack shares hospitalization projections for December and January

UPDATE: ‘Brewed’ will operate as a venue, new legal issues could arise

Business owner has turned issue into a rally cry.

Investigators seek suspect in child sex abuse allegations

Investigators say the suspect is trying to evade arrest.

Chemical weapons update hearing set Dec. 9

Public invited to join virtual public hearing.

Shively mayor charged with DUI after crash at White Castle parking lot

Witnesses said Beverly Chester-Burton was asleep in the drive-thru line before hitting a car and crashing into a pole.

Restaurant donating meals to Nourish Lexington

Four purchase of gift cards, restaurant donates two meals

Brent Spence Bridge: 21 days into project, work continues

Fire-damaged section of upper traffic deck removed, crews prepare for installation of new concrete driving surface

Opera House combines ‘golf,’ theater for winter fun


Ford to distribute free face masks at three sites Thursday

Sites in Lexington, Danville and Versailles.

Jim E. Dotson Memorial Education Endowment established at MSU

When Jim passed away in 2012, the family requested memorial contributions in lieu of flowers.

Man pleads guilty almost two years after Spurlock disappearance

Woman's body was found on property owned by man's family.

UK Rhodes Scholarship finalist to join Google

The daughter of Dan and Denise Seevers of Lexington, Kyra will graduate Dec. 4.

National Christmas wreath program honors fallen Kentucky State Police troopers

Two Bereaved Women Connect Across State Lines for Unique Holiday Program

Tempest, missteps over bias training, eviction funding addressed

Discussions bring focus on bigger issues.

McConnell says he’ll ignore bi-partisan stimulus movement

Many Republicans won’t even acknowledge that Trump has lost the election and good faith between the two parties remains in short supply.