Pent-up demand and summer-like temperatures have arrived in Kentucky and many families will be headed to their favorite lake during this Memorial Day weekend.
Class of 202 takes victory lap at Kentucky Speedway.
The state is bracing for a $456.7 million General Fund revenue shortfall and a nearly $162 million shortfall in the state Road Fund this fiscal year, based on revised estimates.
Humes taking advantage of NCAA decision
Jessamine County schools today, using ideas put together by students, found a way to award diplomas, let the community take part, and make sure caps and gowns got plenty of use.
The state likely will need a special session to make adjustments to the transportation budget and cuts are coming to the state's general fund without an infusion of federal funding.
The state's coronavirus cases indicate the disease is on the decline, but the Memorial Day weekend and cases cropping up in counties for the first time in days indicate what can happen
Not only was it a big day for restaurants but we found it also may have been just as big a day for customers.
Budget doesn't have cuts, includes fewer on no-pay status
Visitors advised to check locations before making trip
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, and everyone is eager to go out and have as much fun...
Some things open, many still closed
Kentucky State University's president has presented a budget adjustment and reduction to the Board of Regents Finance and Administration Committee.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) and the Kentucky Department of...
Lincoln County Sheriff Curt Folger says one of his deputies has tested positive for coronavirus.
Jackson Manor nursing home in Annville recorded its first COVID-19 related death of a resident in more than two weeks after battling an outbreak at the facility.
Sayre School plans different events, wil graduate in July.
The district said it was notified Thursday afternoon an employee at Great Crossing High School tested positive for COVID-19.
The state's coronavirus outbreak may actually be on the decline, although that could change with the gradual economic reopening. Child care can begin in tow waves June 8 and June 15.
Not surprisingly given the height of the coronavirus-related shutdown, Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary April 2020 unemployment rate was 15.4 percent.