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State Police believe deadly Cadiz fire was intentionally set

Kentucky State Police believe a deadly Cadiz fire Thursday morning was set intentionally. 

Kentuckians help with hurricane relief along Gulf Coast

"Just because the storm has come and gone, that doesn't mean the danger has come and gone," Matt Daley said.

It’s official: TikTok and WeChat banned starting Sunday

TikTok trying to work out control by American firms.

Study finds little change in kids with health insurance from 2018 to 2019

Impact of Pandemic on Children’s Coverage Unknown Until Next Year

Fort Campbell soldiers to deploy to Kuwait

The 101st Airborne Dvisision (Air Assault) says the 101st Division Sustainment Brigade (Lifeliners) will soon deploy to Kuwait. 

Educators respond to governor’s office no longer giving recommendations

Districts and educators are reacting to the governor's announcement Monday that his office will no longer be giving out recommendations for schools come September 28th.

FCPS’ School Board discusses October in-person learning, parents who oppose hold rally

Meanwhile, a group of about 75 people rallied outside the FCPS main building on Richmond, calling for students to go back in-person now.

Two firefighters hurt battling large fire

Driver on interstate first spotted the blaze.

Keeneland September Yearling sale continues amidst pandemic

"The market is still pretty strong if you have a really good horse," Samantha McGreevy with Taylor Made Sales Agency said.

Infectious disease specialist dies after 4-month COVID fight

Gov. Andy Beshear on Saturday urged people to follow her advice and “wear a mask in her honor.”

Kentucky Democrats outpacing GOP in absentee ballot requests

Kentucky Democrats have built a big lead over Republicans in requesting absentee ballots for the November election.