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Latest Coronavirus numbers in the Commonwealth

FRANKFORT - On Saturday, Governor Beshear reported that the positivity rate is now at 3.42 percent. 599 new cases were reported of the virus. There were...

Governor Beshear reports 1.5 million vaccinated, 2.99% positivity rate

The new cases are reported at 505 cases and the new deaths are at 10.

Kentucky lawmakers OK virus liability shield for businesses

The liability protection measure passed the House and Senate on Tuesday. The measure is headed to the governor for consideration.

40% of adults vaccinated, but work remains, especially at spring break

As decline levels off, governor issues warnings to stay the course.

Teacher of the Week: Nicole Markle, West Jessamine Middle School

Jessamine County, Ky. (WTVQ)-- The reality is some students face disadvantages, and even barriers, when it comes to succeeding in school. Thankfully in Jessamine...

COVID Update: More than one million residents vaccinated in two weeks

State sees decline in new cases for 11th straight week.

Gov. Beshear: Record vaccination week, positivity rate below 3%

There are 893 new cases to report as well.

Governor Beshear reports a positivity rate of 3.07%, 25 deaths

Governor Beshear reports a positivity rate near three percent for Saturday.

Patton Museum at Fort Knox to reopen in April

The museum closed to the public in December due to the coronavirus pandemic.

COVID-19 testing site to reopen at BCTC Newtown Campus

COVID-19 testing will resume at Bluegrass Community & Technical College Newtown Campus in Lexington on Wednesday, March 24.

Beshear signs relief bill for some jobless aid recipients

The state will waive the overpayment of some pandemic-related unemployment claims.

Lexington Lions Club Bluegrass Fair to return this summer

The popular fair wasn't held last year due to the pandemic.

Kentucky Wesleyan plans for full return to campus this fall

Kentucky Wesleyan has operated throughout the 2020-21 academic year in a hybrid fashion.

Applications for ‘Little Woodland Art Fair’ now open

The hope is to have a scaled-down, socially distanced version of the popular Woodland Art Fair in August.

Fayette County sticking with return to classroom schedule

The last group of Fayette County students who chose in-person learning are set to return to the classroom next Monday.

UPDATE: Judge issues order blocking three legislative measures until further hearings

A judge in Frankfort says he'll extend a temporary order blocking a state law restricting the governor's authority to combat COVID-19.

Saturday’s COVID-19 data shows positivity rate remains below 6 percent

According to the state, there were 1,025 new cases of the virus for Saturday.

State’s positivity rate at 5.5%, mask mandate extended 30 more days

Number of red counties counties to decline.

Baptist Health administers more than 100,000 vaccines

Officials: Hospitals hit 100,000 mark in 71 days

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Elkhorn City man killed in crash in Pike County

42-year old Jason Spangler died Saturday when the pickup truck he was driving went off the road and over an embankment, according to KSP.

Report: UK professor dies from accidental fall in her home

Dr. Susan Odom was found in her home by a co-worker on Sunday, according to the Kentucky Kernel.

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.