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Vaccines open to some teens; some stats show COVID plateau; eviction update

16- and 17-year-olds eligible at Pfizer locations.

28 new vaccine sites, new cases below 1,000; eviction, unemployment updates

Governor, state officials update Kentuckians on winter storm safety, unemployment insurance, long-term care visitation

UPDATE: More than 6,400 start utility, rent assistance applications

Program goes back to April 2020 and can go three months forward.

State COVID cases lowest since Oct. 12, child care workers now vaccine eligible

Governor critical of bill limiting senate appointments; eviction, utility assistance opens.

Citizens take eviction concerns to Lexington mayor’s home

Mayor, Council don't have legal authority to stop evictions.

Lexington steps up rent assistance, eviction avoidance help

Financial help stepped up, extension of eviction moratorium still possible

Lexington mother says eviction process is confusing, barely avoids it herself

Now, the mother we talked to is living out of bags for fear of losing her home at any minute.

Relief bill pauses evictions in Bluegrass State

LEXINGTON, Ky.(WTVQ) - On Sunday evening, President Trump signed the COVID-19 Relief Package, a bill that would help renters who are struggling to keep...

What’s at stake if President Trump doesn’t sign stimulus bill

From eviction extensions to $600 checks

Beshear: Pandemic’s end has begun; school changes, eviction help, Mt. Sterling memory

Governor celebrates first vaccines in Kentucky, shares eviction relief, school guidance updates

State launches eviction relief web site

Landlords, tenants can apply for assistance.

Lexington closer to $1.9 million rental assistance program

City program will be up and going soon.

Eviction assistance program includes $15 million fund

Executive order covers March 6 through Dec. 31.

As court hearings resume, rent programs may head off some of ‘eviction explosion’

City ad state programs may start coming into focus next week.

Supreme Court hopes eviction pilot program will go statewide

Louisville already has funding, court hopes others can join

Eviction moratorium ending June 1, protestors call for extension

Protestors are calling for an extended rent freeze.

Rocky Top Furniture under investigation

A well-known central Kentucky furniture store is under investigation after suddenly closing and allegedly leaving dozens of paying customers without their furniture.

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UPDATE: Lexington Police release body camera footage of police car hitting autistic teen

The Lexington Police car was traveling approximately 40 mph when Liam Long ran into its path, according to Lexington Police.