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Monday, April 19, 2021
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Report: Lexington startups create more than 3,500 jobs every year

Startups are a significant driver of the U.S. economy.

Lexington Fire Department says a fire forced a business to evacuate

It happened near Citation Boulevard and Georgetown Road on Capstone Drive just before 5:30 p.m. 

Georgia man charged with stalking in Laurel County

A Georgia man is accused of stalking a woman in Laurel County. 

Local coffee shop raising funds for competitors

T-shirt sales provide funds to share with others.

Restaurants respond to mask mandate; survey finds seniors agree

New survey of senior adults back mask orders.

Reopenings slow but showing positive signs

It's been more than 100 days since the coronavirus first shut down businesses across the state. It's been just 45 days since they've been able to slowly reopen and it has been a process but getting to 50 percent capacity this week has brought some encouraging signs.

Commerce Lexington to honor small businesses

Nominations due in early August.

Versailles to close some streets on weekends for businesses, tours

Idea is to allow more capacity with open-air space

State lost almost 300,000 jobs in April, 82,000 in hospitality: Report

Not surprisingly given the height of the coronavirus-related shutdown, Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary April 2020 unemployment rate was 15.4 percent.

State makes remote notarizations more business friendly

The state has implemented a regulation making it easier for the business and legal communities to perform notarizations remotely, a critical need for basic business functions.

More reopening stages, including restaurants and government, eyed, state continues to push restraint: Beshear

Calling the reopening process in the state and across the country a "large social experiment" and we will "see the results," Kentucky leaders Monday continued to push restraint as the economic reopening nears on several fronts.

New coronavirus cases include 10-day-old, almost 1,000 have recovered

Kentucky confirmed 159 news coronavirus cases Thursday, including a 10-day-old child in Lincoln County, and seven deaths, which pushed the state total to 129.

Pulaski considers curfew, other steps; chamber offering business programs

PULASKI COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) -- The county already has had to close its popular camping park because of crowds and now Judge Executive Steve...

Schools to stay closed; 100 new cases, 11 deaths: Beshear

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Gov. Andy Beshear has asked schools superintendents across the state to keep schools closed until at least May 1. He reported...

Some cleaning services are working through the pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has closed businesses and costs millions of people their jobs, but a few businesses are still in demand.

Legislature approves measures for schools, businesses

Measures put into law many of the things talked about to help schools and businesses.

Sports cancellations are worrying local sports stores

The major sports cancellations including the SEC tournament is worrying some businesses that sell Kentucky merchandise.

State: unpaid Kentucky workers will receive more than $1 million

Kentucky's Labor Cabinet says it will return over $1,000,000 to unpaid Kentucky workers.

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101st Airborne deploying soldiers to Fort Knox as part of exercise

The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) will deploy approximately 160 Soldiers to Fort Knox, Kentucky, in support of an Emergency Deployment Readiness Exercise to be held there.

Search on for missing man from Pulaski County

62-year old Dana Watkins has been missing since April 16, according to deputies.

#LexGiveBack Week kicks off, encourages compassionate giving

Monday kicked off #LexGiveBack Week. Compassionate Lexington asks everyone to do one thing each day to help others.