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One ubran county councilman says he's heard from so many of his constituents, he reached out to our news team for help.
Republican Representative Savannah Maddox's proposal would limit the scope of the governor's executive orders issued during a public health emergency and allow people to sue the state if such an order hurts their business.
Columbia Gas of Kentucky Friday announced that it has committed $50,000 to the Kentucky American Red Cross to support COVID-19 relief efforts.
Bullard is a leading manufacturer working around the clock to meet an urgent global demand.
Gov. Andy Beshear continues to push next two weeks as crunch time, Beshear close to clamping down on parks; state has spent more than $8 million; abortion bill being fast-tracked by Legislature
Since opening March 21st, the Cough Clinic's already busy and it's doing some valuable work.
A Fayette County Public School employee involved in school bus delivery of meals to children has tested positive for COVID-19, ending meal deliveries to bus stops.
A 26-year old medical student who had been treated at Baptist Health Lexington since March 17 for COVID-19, was released Wednesday.
Covington became the first city in Kentucky to ban 'Conversion Therapy' on children under the age of 18, according to the Fairness Campaign.
Bluegrass Extended Care says it expects to administer more than a 100 coronavirus tests and could do close to 200 at its drive-up testing day.
Kentucky received a federal grant for $3.2 million to help communities provide meals for older adults.
Lexington's mayor extended the April 15 deadline for the filing of local Occupational License Net Profit returns and payments to July 15, 2020.
Two of America's most well-known national parks, Yellowstone and Grand Teton, closed their gates Tuesday, giving people shut-in by the coronavirus even fewer options for recreation.
Two Fayette County Public Schools employees were diagnosed with COVID-19 on Monday, according to the school district.
UK HealthCare is implementing a no visitation policy beginning midnight tonight in its hospitals and clinics until the threat of COVID-19 transmission has decreased significantly.
Effective Tuesday, March 24, Baptist Health is suspending visitation at all of its hospitals, and allowing only essential caregivers to accompany patients for medical appointments or tests.
Hardin Memorial Health says it opened up a drive-thru clinic to access patients with respiratory symptoms and possibly coronavirus.
ABC 36's Veronica Jean Seltzer and Monica Harkins sit down with Governor Andy Beshear one-on-one to talk about the virus.
Many services can be completed online or via telephone.
Scams taking amny forms, cropping up across region, nation.
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