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Lexington Whole Foods employee diagnosed with COVID-19

A Lexington Whole Foods employee has been diagnosed with COVID-19, according to the grocery chain. 

Food City employee tests positive for COVID-19

The Floyd County Health Department says a Food City employee has tested positive for COVID-19. They say the employee is in isolation at home.

Lexington Lowe’s employee tests positive

Worker's last shift was March 30, store has been cleaned.

Walmart in Hamburg has employee test positive

Health department confirms Walmart case

State: unpaid Kentucky workers will receive more than $1 million

Kentucky's Labor Cabinet says it will return over $1,000,000 to unpaid Kentucky workers.

Former Mammoth Cave worker sentenced for stealing from park

A longtime employee at Mammoth Cave National Park was sentenced to two years in federal prison for skimming money from the park's recreational fees.

Clark County school employee accused of stealing from student fund

A Clark County public school employee is accused of taking tens-of-thousands of dollars over nearly a decade from the George Rogers Clark High School student activity fund.

Prestonsburg woman sentenced in state Medicaid fraud case

Amy Slone was accused of billing the Kentucky Medicaid program for services that weren't provided.

Scott Co. elementary school warns parents of employee illness

Principal Housekeeper of Lemons Mill Elementary says that an employee of the school has been hospitalized for several days.

One person hit after car crashes into building

According to the Lexington Police Department, right after 4 p.m. a car crashed into CRM Companies on Rose Street.

UPDATE: Applebee’s releases statement on hepatitis A case

The health department says the employee worked at the Applebee’s located at 1525 W. Lexington Avenue.

Walmart employee accused of taking video of men in the bathroom

A Columbia man has been charged with five felony counts of video voyeurism after using a cellphone to film others in the men’s restroom at Columbia Walmart.

Coroner says he needs more employees to help deal with all the overdose deaths

How bad is Kentucky's overdose problem? So bad, the Fayette County coroner wants another deputy coroner hired just to handle the problem.

Officials say propane torch, leaking gas caused UPS explosion

We now know more about what caused Wednesday's explosion at a UPS facility in Lexington.

Ex-employee pleads not guilty to helping Eric Conn escape

An ex-employee of fugitive Kentucky lawyer Eric Conn has pleaded not guilty to charges of helping the attorney escape before his sentencing in a Social Security fraud case.

Hostage situation over; gunman wounded

Authorities say a disgruntled employee shot one person and is holding hostages in a restaurant in an area of Charleston, South Carolina, that is popular with tourists.

UPDATE: Armed robbery suspect arrested on I-75

A man wanted in connection to an armed robbery at a Berea business last month was arrested on I-75 in Madison County, according to Berea Police.

Children’s hospital employee accused of rape

A Kentucky Children's Hospital employee is accused of having sex with a minor, according to Lexington Police.

Versailles Police investigating Arby’s break-in

Versailles Police say two people broke-in through a drive-thru window of the Arby’s off of Lexington Road Wednesday morning.

Toyota employees receive national ‘Women in Manufacturing’ award

At a reception in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, The Manufacturing Institute recognized 130 recipients of the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Award, including two women from Toyota.

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Man, woman shot to death in Jackson County

Found in a home in McKee early Saturday morning.

Fayette Democratic legislators want election changes permanent

Lawmakers join poush for early voting measures, other steps.

Berg election results certified, she sworn in as state senator

Berg won special election to Senate seat vacated when Harris retired.