Meijer on Saturday announced several new measures to keep customers and employees safe.
North lime Donuts has crafted a new sweet treat dedicated to Governor Andy Beshear.
Crossroads Church in Lexington hosted a donation drive Saturday morning for nursing homes in the city.
Beshear announced 92 new cases and three new deaths during his coronavirus update on Saturday.
The Lexington Police Department is asking for your help to identify a suspect in a robbery at Super 8.
Some Kentucky churches are still planning to hold in-person church services this weekend, despite statewide orders that ban mass gatherings.
There's a socially distanced drive-thru escape from the coronavirus this weekend in Lexington in the form of a Front Yard Art Show.
Beshear is considering asking more coronavirus survivors to donate plasma if a program spearheaded by Baptist Health Lexington works.
Bridge deck repairs are planned for Stratton Road in Mercer County, according to the state.
An ordinance that would have banned discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation has failed in Daviess County on a 2-2 vote.
Letcher and Johnson counties recorded the first positive COVID-19 test in each county on Friday.
Anyone who knows the whereabouts of teen runaway McKenzie Ledbetter from Whitley County is asked to call 9-1-1.
ABC 36's Monica Harkins interviews UK Healthcare's Dr. Wendy Hansen and chief midwife Dee Polito about women's health and pregnancy during the coronavirus outbreak.
A Lexington OBGYN says expecting mothers shouldn't fear giving birth during the coronavirus outbreak.
With spring arriving and yard waste starting to stack up, Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton said the city will provide curbside residential yard waste pickup to its waste management customers once in April.
Overview: High pressure will give us a good looking Saturday but after that our over weather pattern will become rather unsettled. Tonight: Partly cloudy and...
Stimulus "paycheck protection" plan launching to help small businesses in wake of coronavirus
Gov. Andy Beshear has vetoed the state's new Voter ID law, primarily because of the coronavirus, although he opposes the concept regardless of the epidemic.
In a report mixed with emotion and harsh numbers, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said today the state has 90 new coronavirus cases and six deaths.
Kentucky is suspending the sale of non-resident turkey-hunting permits for the 2020 spring turkey season, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources announced Friday.