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State’s positivity rate to within fraction of 9%, 1,648 new cases

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - New COVID cases in Kentucky topped 1,600 for the second straight day Friday and the positivity rate pushed within a...

Positivity case numbers continue spike, Beshear to talk Monday

Positvity rate, hospitalizations among biggest concerns.

Fayette has third straight double-digit day of new COVID cases

Some worry another surge may be in the making.

Fayette County records day of double digit new COVID cases

Seven-day moving average remains below 10.

State’s positivity rate rises back about 2%, case numbers lower

Other numbers also back close to or above previous week.

State’s COVID positivity rate ticks back up slightly

Number of hospitalizations continue slow decline.

COVID seven-day average falls, one new death confirmed

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Fayette County's seven-day moving average for new COVID cases hit the lowest level in more than a year Thursday. According to...

State’s COVID positivity number having trouble cracking 2% mark

Positivity rate having tough time breaking the 2% mark.

Fayette’s seven-day COVID average remains at 14

County records 10 new cases for two straight days

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Nicholas County High School baseball coach passes away after battle with cancer

CARLISLE, Ky. (WTVQ) - Nicholas County's baseball coach Travis Sims died Saturday after a long battle with cancer. Nicholas County Schools confirmed the news on...

Off duty deputy killed in ATV crash in Hardin County

KSP says 36-year-old Kevin Johnson of Elizabethtown was driving an ATV near the 100 block of Lincoln Avenue when he lost control..ran off the roadway and hit a fence.

Nicholasville Police searching for suspect in fatal hit and run

If you or anyone you know has any information you are asked to contact the Nicholasville. dispatch at 859-887-5447.