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Friday, October 23, 2020

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New coronavirus case in Montgomery County

Closure is latest step to try to insulate most vulnerable from the disease.

Crews clearing sporadic road closures, flooding

Overnight storms downed trees, power lines in scattered areas.

Coronavirus hits homeless agency in unexpected way

Jessamine County group raised money through Keeneland but racing sessions changed.

KSP: Drugs may have played role in fatal crash

Two killed in accident, pair not wearing seat belts.

Libraries closing in response to COVID-19

Fines, due dates will be suspended, extended.

Fatal accident investigated in Bourbon County

Accident happened on Highway 460 just south of Paris.

Mental health first aid bill clears Senate

Legislation targets early intervention, other steps.

Legislature delays session over coronavirus

Assemby takes break until March 17

Two new coronavirus cases, school closings urged

Study of virus in Washington shows value of limiting interaction.

Lexington Toy and Comic Con moved to May

Event moved to mid-May, efforts made to rebook guests.

No spectators at Keeneland, sales cancelled

Track will consider reopening to spectators April 15.

NCAA cancels basketball tourneys, other sports

Decision comes day after NCAA it would try with limited attendance

Clark County magistrates fire treasurer

Issue is over request to retroactively make financial record.

Lexington Mayor recommends cancelling, postponing events

Mayor says risks are too high to not consider cancelling some events.

Fayette, other counties begin to announce closings

Districts take steps as coronavirus concerns grow

Bluegrass Community and Technical College latest to go online

Online classes will go on for two weeks after spring break.

Audit calls for transparency in use of state plane

Harmon issues call, Beshear says transparency should be the standard.

Waiver of fee linked to spike in GED signups

Lower costs linked to increase in signups, tests and completions.

Kentucky jobless rates stabilize in January

Job gains, losses spread across different sectors.

16 from Kentucky on Grand Princess

All tested negative, National Guard helping get them home, all will self isolate.