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Fayette COVID cases top 34,000, numbers rising, vaccines next week

Numbers reflect statewide concerns about another surge.

UPDATE: As state pauses Johnson&Johnson use, positivity rate creeps up again

State hopes Johnson & Johnson pause is short-lived.

New Fayette COVID numbers follow state ‘plateau’ trend

Seven-day average up during the past week.

State’s positivity rate dips after three-day climb

Other barometers decline three days in a row.

Ongoing survey shows changes in behaviors, attitudes during the pandemic

Ongoing survey shows how opinions have changed, ebbed and flowed.

Meijer expands COVID vaccine to Kentucky pharmacies

Part of federal pharmacy expansion.

New Fayette COVID cases slip back over 50

Seven-day average is at 35.

Positivity rate drops again, more Kentuckians eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

All Kentuckians 50 and older are now eligible for vaccine; all Kentuckians 16 and older eligible by April 12

Difference between seasonal allergies and COVID-19 symptoms

Spring allergy season is underway, and there's an additional problem this year. Several symptoms for allergy sufferers are the same as Coronavirus. So what do you do?

Positivity rate drops again as vaccinations surge

Numbers are falling back to last summer.

Grandparents in the pandemic: a lost year, but now some hope

PLYMOUTH, Mn.(AP) - No sleepovers with popcorn and Disney movies. No dance recitals or holiday pageants, let alone any Grandparents' Day for visiting the...

Bars get an extra hour starting Friday, COVID numbers continue down

Get an extra hour as the covid case numbers fall.

Med Center Health announces vaccinations now open for all individuals, ages 16

Due to the availability of more vaccination sites in the area, Med Center Health will be scheduling any individual aged 16 and older for the COVID vaccine.

Number of new Fayette COVID cases edges above 33,000

Even with lower numbers, county continues to hit milestones

Rockcastle native recovering from severe neurological impacts following COVID-19

She says it never crossed her mind that sleep was part of her brain function

State celebrates 1 millionth COVID vaccination

Comes just three months after first vaccine given.

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UPDATE: Missing Versailles man found safe following phone tip

John "Jay" Warford was found safe four hours after his Golden Alert was issued.

Lexington home damaged by fire, cause under investigation

Investigators say the fire started shortly after 8:00 p.m. in the 2800 block of Liberty Road.

Report: Two arrested after police chase, K-9 search, fight with deputy

Investigators say they found a handgun, cash and suspected meth in the suspect's car.

Lane closure scheduled on Clays Ferry Bridge on Monday

The temporary lane closure is for bridge deck repairs between 9am-3pm.