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Sayre Christian Village sees first COVID-19 outbreak, first death

Saturday, the facility says "this week has been a test of our strength and of our faith, our unity as a team is stronger than ever."

College students struggle to find internships in midst of pandemic

The pandemic has affected just about everyone and everything and that includes internships for college students.

Dr. Stack says COVID-19 vaccine likely won’t be readily available until Summer 2021

Doctor Steven Stack says while a vaccine could be approved by the end of the year it could be the end of summer before it's readily available.

How hybrid learning is going for Montgomery County Schools

Montgomery County Schools is going into its fourth week of being hybrid, a mixture of in-person and virtual learning, with two days in school and the other three online at home. 

October on track for highest reported COVID-19 cases in Kentucky

KENTUCKY (WTVQ) - Coronavirus case numbers continue to be high in the Bluegrass. Kentucky reported 1,295 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, the highest...

Parents with special needs students talk about FCPS’s targeted services plan

When Fayette County Public Schools rolls out its targeted services plan next week kids with specific needs will be able to re-enter classrooms.

No timeline yet to begin in-person classes in Fayette County

Superintendent Manny Caulk says the district is waiting on family survey results before moving forward with tentative or firm dates on returning to in-person instruction or a hybrid schedule.

Martin County student tests positive for COVID-19, in-person classes continue

The school district is asking parents to watch their children for symptoms of the coronavirus if they think they were possibly exposed to the infected student.

Warning after positive coronavirus cases at two places in Hazard

An employee at a diner and another person at a bingo event at the VFW Post on Main Street tested positive, according to the health department.

Staffer tests positive for COVID-19 at Floyd Central High School, classes go virtual

Classes will be held virtually the rest of this week.

Gov. Beshear reports 1,002 more coronavirus cases, 7 deaths

Gov. Andy Beshear warned Saturday that virus cases remain on a record-setting trajectory.

Richmond and Lexington city employees in quarantine after positive case

The coronavirus is forcing entire departments in some cities to quarantine.