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Judge halts governor’s order banning in-person classes at private religious schools

The governor has already appealed Wednesday's ruling.

Allergy alert issued for “Good & Gather Banana Chocolate Chip Date & Nut Bar”

The FDA says the product may contain undeclared almonds posing a risk to people with that food allergy.

Pandemic postpones national math, reading tests until 2022

Federal officials have concerns about whether national testing would be feasible or produce valid results amid the pandemic.

Kentucky Derby Museum announces new pop-up shop

Opening Black Friday with all Derby 146 merchandise 50% off

Paducah man arrested on sex abuse charges

Kelly Setters was arrested following an investigation into sexual abuse allegations, according to KSP.

Governor calls latest lawsuit against his COVID-19 orders, “ridiculous”

The federal lawsuit challenges the governor's orders over limiting indoor gatherings and banning in-person classes for all schools.

Louisville Breonna Taylor protester killed in shooting

Hamza “Travis” Nagdy was often seen leading protest marches in Louisville with a megaphone.

Patricia Sheffer named Kentucky Superintendent of the Year

The award is presented by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators.

UPDATE: Hearing Monday afternoon in church school lawsuit

Danville Christian Academey, Inc filed a lawsuit with Kentucky's attorney general against Governor Andy Beshear's order that all schools must switch to virtual learning. 

Man shot, killed by LMPD officer during traffic stop

Woman ran from the scene, body camera was operating.

Kentucky’s chief justice orders courts statewide to go virtual due to COVID-19

Court activities being restricted statewide due to the surging coronavirus.

CORONAVIRUS EXPOSURE: Four Leslie County churches seeing multiple positive cases

The Kentucky River District Health Department says there have been multiple positive coronavirus cases associated with four Leslie County churches.