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General election plan in the works; county clerks say they need it now

A presidential election, a big senate race and a number of local and state legislative races - Kentuckians have plenty of reasons to know how they are going to vote in November.

Some Morehead State athletes test positive for COVID-19

Some athletes who arrived early to campus tested positive for the coronavirus, according to WMKY Radio.

Bath County Schools to begin year with online classes only

Classes are scheduled to begin August 24.

COVID-19 impacts foster and kinship care

A child welfare forum this week shed some light on issues facing foster and kinship care.

2020 Woolly Worm Festival canceled due to coronavirus

This would have been the 33rd annual festival, one of the most popular in the state.

US-127 Yard Sale kicks off Thursday

In Kentucky, most of the vendors are already set up and have been for the last few days.

London Police and Fire host City Safety Day

Child car seat safety checks and a blood drive were part of the event.

Harrison County Schools try tackling the digital divide

Almost 36% of Harrison County homes don't have internet service, according to the Community and Economic Development Initiative of Kentucky.

Jessamine County Public Schools will begin classes online only

Students were going to have a choice of in-person or online classes, until the recent spike in coronavirus cases.

Public Health Notice for visitors to Whitley County Sheriff’s Office

Visitors to the sheriff's office on July 27, 2020, may have been exposed to the coronavirus, according to the Whitley County Health Department.

Pastor loses fight against coronavirus

Pastor Jeff Fuson of Phos Community Church died from COVID-19 after being diagnosed in July.

KY jury trials can resume Aug. 1; courtrooms will look different

For the past four months many court proceedings in Kentucky have been put on hold by the coronavirus, creating a huge back log.