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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

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Sen. Paul defends decision not to quarantine

He stresses need for widespread access to testing, more emphasis on compassion.

Child Abuse Prevention Month coming

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month.

First coronavirus death reported in Lexington

Person was 80 years old with other health issues.

State police make cold case arrest, probe shooting in I-71 corridor counties

Cold case is 31 years old; father shoots son during argument, one car accident leaves man dead,

Missing man found safe in Laurel County

Man was last seen Friday night south of London.

Blood Center extends hours, continues plea for donations

Appointments now needed to donate, longer hours meant to better accommodate donors.

Wilderness Trail latest to make sanitizer

Danville distillery making supplies for first-responders, medical workers in community

Restaurant workers relief effort kicks off

Donations will help extend the program which serves those hit hard by layoffs in industry.

Fayette Mall, others closing to walk-in traffic in response to governor’s orders

Governor's orders on "non-essential" retailers has impact.

Missing 75-year-old woman found safe

She was last seen at her home in Lexington Monday morning.

Pair sought for questioning in ATM transaction

Scott County deputies looking for two.

Police use coronavirus as home safety check update

More people at home and quarantined is good time for safety tips, police sayd.

Horse finds way home: First responders never know

First responders don't always know what the next call will bring, some are more light-hearted than others.

Constable’s case faces more delays over illness

Illness, coronavirus tests in unrelated federal drug trial delays Gary Baldock's detention hearing.

Distillery giant donates to COVID-19 relief

Brown-Forman gives to restaurant, service-industry groups, others.

See examples: Governor directs more businesses to close

List of essential and non-essential narrowed.

103 cases and climbing, more businesses have to close

More efforts to try to curb the spread of the coronavirus, more labs means numbers may grow faster.

Sen. Rand Paul tests positive

Paul had test done as a precaution, not aware of contact with another victim.

Fayette school employee tests positive for COVID-19

Employee last on campus March 13 with no symptoms, little contact with others, according to district.

Things to smile about

Events, displays around the region that can make us smile.