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Tuesday, March 2, 2021
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Area gas prices dip again, likely will remain lower this week

Advent of COVID vaccine may start prices increasing

Predicting the future of entertainment, post COVID-19

'Futurist' talks about what University of Kentucky sports will look like after the pandemic.

Life after COVID-19? A futurist predicts future of restaurant industry

People have had a lot of questions during the pandemic. One of the most common? What will life after COVID-19 look like?

Gen Z students preparing for COVID-19 in the future

We've learned information about COVID-19 from doctors and the CDC but what about GEN Z? The Hazard ARH Regional Medical Center wants to prepare them for the possibility of the virus continuing to hit the nation.

GOP speaker says governor, others should tone down rhetoric

Kentucky's GOP House speaker says the state's Republican governor and others need to tone down the rhetoric used when debating the future of the state's troubled pension system.

UPDATE: About 11,000 participants join “On the Table”

The Blue Grass Community Foundation says that about 11,000 Lexington residents participated in "On the Table," a series of community-wide conversations about what makes the city great and what can be done to make it even better.

“On the Table” event aims to open city-wide dialogue on Lexington’s future

A local organization is inviting Lexington residents to come together on March 15th for a city-wide conversation on how to collaboratively build and maintain a strong, safe and dynamic community.

“On the Table” event to give voice to Hope Center homeless, addicted

Homeless clients at Hope Center will participate in a unique event on Wednesday, May 15th, called "On the Table."

Paducah-Based Dippin’ Dots Seeks Truce with Spicer

Dippin' Dots has apparently found a way to begin thawing out its relationship with President Donald Trump's press secretary, Sean Spicer, who has been sending critical tweets about the company since 2010.

Ali Center looks to future without boxing great

Muhammad Ali's legendary presence made him a natural ambassador for the Kentucky center bearing his name. Now his family and friends hope his absence won't stop fans from opening their checkbooks to support his legacy.

Former President Clinton in Ky rallying for his wife Hillary

Former president bill Clinton is in the commonwealth for the second time trying to convince Kentuckians to vote for his wife Hillary to be the next president.

Board focuses on vision for UK’s future

By 2020, the University of Kentucky aims to aggressively increase its six-year graduation rate to 70 percent — an increase of nearly 10 percent over recent figures. At the same time, the university wants to significantly close the achievement gap — retention and graduation rates — that exists between the general student population and students of color, first-generation students and students eligible for Pell grants.

Future of vacant Kroger store discussed at meeting

Dozens showed up at a meeting Tuesday night to express their concern about the Kroger building on Romany Road in Lexington.

Members of Commission on the Future of the Army at Fort Knox

Two members of the National Commission on the Future of the Army spent Monday morning at Fort Knox.

Lexington NAACP, Lawyer Talk Zimmerman Case Future

The president of the Fayette County chapter of the NAACP, as well as a Lexington criminal defense attorney, discuss what could be next for George Zimmerman after Saturday's acquittal.

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House OKs bill that would mandate unemployment offices be open

Bill would require offices to be open in some areas when jobless rate is above 5 percent.

Leaders kickoff the 8th annual Live United Days

Advocates from across the commonwealth are gathering virtually to celebrate the 8th annual Live United Days.