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Another COVID record, governor says communities must work together

​​​​​​​Red zone recommendations will be successful if everyone does their part 

Love helps an elderly couple beat COVID-19

While the world waits on a coronavirus vaccine, a Jessamine County couple found their cure, love. It's proven to be a pretty good treatment!

Perry Justice Center closed after officer tests positive for COVID

Visitors to center last week could have been exposed; building closed to in-person until Nov. 6

Weekend new COVID cases up slightly, Transy sees six cases

Weekend new case numbers up slightly from recent weekends.

Record day, record week, COVID surge worsening: Governor

Today marked highest number of cases ever reported on a Sunday: 1,462

Beshear: Saturday’s COVID report is ‘frightening’

Highest day yet, numbers showing no signs of abating.

New Fayette COVID cases dip back below 100, college cases still low

Numbers make it hard to tell whether COVID on plateau or surge in Fayette.

Woodford County math teacher fills many roles for students

'Mama Holt' is more than just a teacher.

Fayette new COVID cases top 100 for second straight day

New cases among college students one of the lowest in weeks.

More than $780,000 for public safety agencies in fight against COVID

Funding awarded to respond to price gouging, protect Kentuckians from fraud

New Fayette COVID cases on par with last few weekends

Almost 100 people reported recovering during the weekend.

Area gas prices down 9 cents from last week: Survey

COVID outbreak continues to put pressure on economy, keeping prices lower.

812 new COVID cases, five more deaths mark another tough Sunday for state

State starts using electronic reporting Monday to determine positivity rate.

Two days of increased cases put ‘watch’ on Fayette COVID numbers

Only 14 new cases among college students.

‘Blow out’ day breaks moderate string of new Fayette COVID cases

133 cases is third highest day on record, college cases tick back up

Second straight day over 1,000, 20 deaths, Beshear ‘begs’ state to act

As numbers mount, fears grow over impact on health care system.

Free COVID testing at Byrider Auto, Eastland Lanes this week

Testing program moves to New Circle Road businesses

Child abuse cases and COVID impact take spotlight for lawmakers

Judge Marcus Vanover told lawmakers child welfare cases have remained a priority for courts across the state.

Number of new COVID cases in Fayette continue in the 70s

College case totals low another day.

American Red Cross ready to handle a disaster during the pandemic

When a disaster strikes there can be a lot of uncertainty but the American Red Cross can still help.

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$8 million in funding for Eastern Kentucky at SOAR Summit

Two new projects in Pike and Boyd counties have been selected for more than $8 million in funding.

Nova Steel USA to create 110 jobs with Bowling Green tube mill

Canadian-owned company plans first Kentucky facility
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

ABC 36's Amber Freeman talks to Dr. Taylor of the Georgetown Cancer Center about breast cancer screening.

COVID-19 vaccine plan shared with lawmakers

Overall, Stack said the task of administering the vaccine is going to be “very difficult.”