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Clark County Public Schools’ to begin in-person hybrid schedule Thursday

The decision to bring students back into the classroom was made after consulting with the local health department following a decrease in COVID-19 cases in the county, according to the superintendent.

KY counties in the red try to slow spread of COVID-19

"I think people genuinely are taking care of themselves, trying to be as mindful as they can but I do think there's a desire for people to still live their life," says Jessamine County Judge Executive David West.

Governor calls this a “dangerous time” as COVID-19 cases surge

Kentucky reports near-record number of new coronavirus cases on Friday.

Secretary of State says Fayette County needs to get out and vote early

We are just a few days away from the 2020 General Election and Kentucky's top election official was in Lexington Friday. 

Kentucky sergeant dies from COVID-19 days after son was born

Days after his son was born, a Kentucky sergeant died from COVID-19. Now, a family friend is raising money to help the family. 

Old and young poll workers talk about why they do it

Not until the pandemic did we classify poll worker as a risky position and since most workers are older and more susceptible to getting COVID-19, the state asked for younger volunteers.

Kroger becomes first US retailer to offer COVID-19 rapid antibody tests

The tests will initially be available in California and Michigan with plans for all Kroger pharmacies by the end of November, according to the company.

Queenslake Horse Farm hosts COVID-19 safe Halloween light show

With the help of Cincy Illuminations, The Chmela's transformed the main house at Queenslake Horse Farm into a COVID-19 safe and family friendly drive-thru light show.

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.