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Legislature wades in trying to mandate in-person classes

Mandate attached to broader education bill

Schools should return to some form of in-person learning March 1: Beshear

Lt. Gov. Coleman highlights new COVID-19 guidance for schools from Kentucky Department of Education

Teachers spend the day visiting students to connect in-person

The separation between teachers and students during the pandemic has had a major impact on teaching and learning.

Scott County schools return to in-person classes

Scott County students are back in the classroom. The district started in-person instruction five days a week for grades 'k' thru 12.

KSU gives students variety of options for fall classes

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – In an effort to prioritize the health, safety and well-being of the entire campus community, Kentucky State University officials have developed...

Ohio State University classes will be conducted online for the rest of the month

Ohio has confirmed its first three cases of the new coronavirus as it continues to test for additional cases.

Estill County to begin classes August 13

The Estill County Board of Education announced on Facebook Wednesday that classes will begin Monday, August 13, 2018.

Growing number of schools cancel classes due to illness

Clark County is one of a growing number of school systems cancelling classes the rest of the week due to illness.

ACLU of Kentucky investigates “Bible Literacy” Courses

There's concern by the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky that some schools are turning classrooms into pulpits with their "Bible Literacy" classes.

Central Kentucky Computer Society offers helpful hints and classes

Do you need help sharpening your computer skills? You are in luck! The Central Kentucky Computer Society offers a variety of classes.    

Bible literacy bill headed to governor’s desk

A bill that would require the state Board of Education to develop guidelines for Bible literacy courses is on its way to Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's desk.

Senate OKs Bill with Incentive to Start School Year Later

The Kentucky Senate has passed legislation that offers an incentive for school districts to voluntarily push back the start of the school year to late August.

Community College to Offer Historic Preservation Classes

A community college in northern Kentucky plans to start offering historic preservation arts courses next month.

No Classes at UK Tuesday, Campus Resources Still Available

Classes are cancelled on Tuesday at the University of Kentucky, and faculty and staff will not report as the nation heads to the polls.

Safety Classes – Man O’ War Harley Davidson 8-4 (3)

Meteorologist Eric Burke wraps up his morning at Man O' War Harley Davidson learning about the safety classes they offer for new riders who need to get familiar with their bike.

Massive manhunt underway after suspect shoots at police

The FBI has now joined in on a massive manhunt for a man that shot a Tennessee deputy and fired shots at a state trooper in Kentucky, police say.

Eastern Kentucky University classes to resume after threat

Classes are scheduled to resume at Eastern Kentucky University after being cancelled for much of last week due to a threatening message found on campus.

Classes start in Fayette Co.

The new Fayette Co. Superintendent joined over 40,000 students who kicked off the school year today in Lexington.

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Kentucky Baseball signs Nick Mingione to a contract extension

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK Athletics) – Kentucky baseball head coach Nick Mingione has signed a contract extension that will keep him with the program through...

Kentucky Senate backs COVID liability shield for businesses

The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill to provide broad protections shielding businesses from coronavirus-related lawsuits.

Ballot measure would give lawmakers more days to meet

A proposed constitutional amendment cleared the Senate on Monday. It now returns to the House.

Push to pass Breonna’s Law in Lexington during virtual town hall

What would a Breonna's Law banning no-knock search warrants and improving police accountability look like in Lexington?