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Centre sets two commencements, including one for class of 2020

Roush to give address for class of 2020.

Energy consumption 2020 update: 22 states see 2-digit drops in power usage

Energy use changed across variety of sectors during pandemic.

Kentucky’s 2020 annual unemployment rate increased to 6.6%

Kentucky’s unemployment rate for 2020 was higher than 20 states and lower than 29 states.

Mixed response to Mayor Gorton’s positive ‘State of the City’ speech

Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton says even though coronavirus still has a tight grip on the city, she wants to focus on future growth.

207 new Fayette COVID cases a ‘low’ day

High umber still among lowest in two weeks

UK graduates ending 2020 in a positive way

How are you closing out this crazy year? Some students at the University of Kentucky are kissing 2020 goodbye by graduating virtually.  

Dictionary.com picks ‘pandemic’ as its 2020 word of the year

Pandemic spiked more than 13,500 percent on March 11

Keeneland closes Fall Meet, taps top jockey, trainer; Breeders’ Cup next

Race for leading trainer among Brad Cox, Mike Maker and Steve Asmussen decided on the final day.

Kentucky State University top grad talks of ‘healing’

Nurses, educators, business professionals, computer scientists, social workers and future leaders.

Freshman enrollment holds steady at Kentucky universities

Despite pandemic, estimates reveal that students are still eager for campus experience

UK ROTC remembers: Reading of victims’ names part of tribute

Names of almost 3,000 victims read as flags are placed.

VOTE: Friday last day give ‘Kindness Bus’ ride to Doodle Google winner

11-year-old is state winner, has eye on national.

Saint Joseph facilities earn high national marks

Magazine analyzes more than 4,500 facilities.

State real property rate remains unchanged for 2020

Modest property value growth results in no rate change.

Student surprised with $2,500 Superintendent’s Scholarship

Student from Frederick Douglass in Lexington.

Kentucky incumbents win easily in rare unfinished primaries

Republican incumbents Mitch McConnell, Thomas Massie, Hal Rogers, Andy Barr and Brett Guthrie have won their party’s nominations in Kentucky. 

NY-bred Tiz the Law wins barren Belmont Stakes

Tiz the Law has won an unprecedented Belmont Stakes, claiming victory at the first race of a rejiggered Triple Crown schedule in front of eerily empty grandstands.

Lincoln County latest to ‘think’ differently for seniors

In any normal year, schools would be closing out, bus drivers and transportation staff would be preparing one last maintenance check and shutting things down for the year.

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Saint Peter Claver Church prays for choir director injured in car crash

Police say they don't know how or why Leny crashed. Leny's friends are in disbelief as he had just left choir practice right before the accident.

UPDATE: All roads reopen following freak car crash in Lexington

All roads reopened shortly after 9:00 p.m.

Traffic Update: NB I-75 in Scott County reopens after truck hits bridge overpass

The truck hit the Frogtown Road/KY 608 overpass. The bridge has been inspected and evaluated by state engineers.
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UPDATE: Two members of Kentucky State University board resign

Candace McGraw and Paul Harnice resigned days before the abrupt departure of the KSU president.