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This will be the first Lexington Public Library branch to reopen

The Northside branch of the Lexington Public Library will be the first in the city to reopen since the pandemic closed all branches in March.

Commerce Lexington to honor small businesses

Nominations due in early August.

Golden Care: Woman helps Covid19 patients find their voice

Somerset, Ky. (WTVQ)-- There have been many unspoken heroes during the Coronavirus pandemic, but one literally helps people speak. "We would Facetime the families and how...

Doctors prepare for “Trauma Season”

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)-- During the coronavirus pandemic for the last almost three months, much of the focus for medical professionals has been on Covid-19...

Green bulbs continue to light up Lexington thanks to a lamp company

Many small businesses have been hit hard by the shutdown forced by the coronavirus outbreak.

UK grad assists during Coronavirus pandemic in New York City (PICTURES)

New York is the epicenter of the Coronavirus pandemic in the United States. But watching and hearing about it wasn't enough for a UK nurse. He was called to help.

Appalachian Regional Healthcare to host COVID-19 conference for young people

HAZARD, Ky. (WTVQ)- Appalachian Regional Healthcare is hosting a conference on COVID-19 Monday. The conference targets young people, specifically High School, and college-aged groups. It...

Keeneland donates merchandise proceeds to help hungry

Keeneland is giving back to the community through its 2020 merchandise sales.

Volunteers using talents to provide personal protective equipment

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Work converting Nutter Field House on the University of Kentucky campus into a 400-bed field hospital continues. It's being done...

Family uses app to spend final moments with grandmother who died of COVID-19

A Kentucky family whose matriarch had fallen ill to the novel coronavirus was able to say goodbye to her thanks to a social networking video app.

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Judge blocks Kentucky virus limits on racetracks, child care

A judge has blocked some limits on auto racetracks and child care facilities implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic, reasoning that they are value judgments best left to individuals.
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UPDATE: 38-year-old New Circle victim identified

Two vehicle crash has raod still closed.

City at crossroads, should rename Cheapside, business owners say

Time to recognize the "atrocities perpetrated there."