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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

Most Fayette County students could be back in classroom by March 15

Remote learning will continue to be offered for students whose families chose that option.

Fayette County adds six COVID-19 deaths, 109 new cases

City’s seven day rolling average of new cases is currently 91 cases per day

UK will open campus, vaccine clinic Wednesday

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - University of Kentucky has announced campus and its coronavirus vaccination clinic will be open Wednesday after closing for two days...

State COVID cases lowest since Oct. 12, child care workers now vaccine eligible

Governor critical of bill limiting senate appointments; eviction, utility assistance opens.

New COVID cases in Fayette drop below 100 for first time since Nov. 1

Confirmed cases was lowest since Sept. 19

122 new COVID cases indicate slow decline in Fayette

Numbers continue to stabilize.

K-2 Fayette County students will return to the classroom next week

A decline in coronavirus cases reaffirmed the school district's decision to begin returning students to the classroom.

State getting more vaccines, new cases continue down

Governor warns Kentuckians of dangerous snow and ice storm; some vaccine appointments postponed

Governor Beshear reports a positivity rate below eight percent

The Governor's office say there was also the fourth straight week of declining cases with 1,532 new COVID-19 cases reported Sunday.

State positivity rate, other numbers continue to fall

Case numbers continue to moderate, deaths high.

Number of new Fayette COVID cases may suggest stabilization

Numbers are below pace of recent record months.

Community health centers play greater role in fighting COVID

In rural communities, centers play a greater role in fighting virus.

Teacher of the Week: Kari Broughton, Jessamine Co. Early Learning Village

Jessamine Co., Ky (WTVQ)-- Kari Broughton teaches Pre-k at the Jessamine County Early Learning Village. "If you ever get the time to come to our...

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Homicide investigation underway in Richmond

Investigating impacting traffic for drivers

Serious crash, injury in Lexington on Alumni, New Circle

All inbound lanes of Alumni Drive at New Circle closed

UPDATE: Kentuckians donate more than $721,000 n Give Day

A milestone reached today for the 9th annual Kentucky Gives Day, a day dedicated to encouraging donations to non-profits.

Lexington drivers worried about gas price increase

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Gasoline has become the new toilet paper panic buying item as people fear a potential gas shortage and spike in...