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Some haunted houses open despite state recommendation

Haunted house attendees say it's possible to have fun while being safe.

Beverly J. Ross Day: Lexington woman honored for her service with day dedicated in her name

Lexington is recognizing Beverly J. Ross’ service to the community by dedicating the day in her honor.

Former lawmaker new state parks commissioner

Russ Meyer took over for Robert Haley Conway, who resigned last month, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

In Breonna Taylor case, calls for more transparency, a new special prosecutor

Groups hopeful with FBI probe, ask Beshear to appoint new prosecutor

Governor reacts to Louisville police protest shooting, tells protesters to go home

Governor Andy Beshear posted a video message Wednesday night on Twitter after two Louisville police officers were shot during protests the night a grand jury announced its findings in the Breonna Taylor criminal case.

Governor: Kentucky still seeing troubling increase in coronavirus cases

Governor Andy Beshear says we are still seeing troubling increases in positive coronavirus cases in the state.

Kentucky sets new record for number of COVID-19 cases in a week

Kentucky's new record for coronavirus cases in one week comes on the six-month anniversary of the first positive test in the state in Harrison County.

Laurel County students return to class, parents disagree on if it’s safe

Laurel County Schools re-opened to in-person classes Thursday and offered parents a choice to let their children learn online.

Wildlife panel sues state over commissioner’s contract

The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission claims the Beshear Administration is interfering with the commission’s authority.

Kentucky sets record for new COVID-19 cases in one week

Governor Beshear says there were 4,503 new COVID-19 cases in the last week, which he says shows the virus is still spreading aggressively in the state.

Governor, AG lay out arguments in case over COVID rules

Gov. Andy Beshear and Attorney General Daniel Cameron have filed opposing brief ahead of an upcoming legal showdown focused on the governor’s COVID-19 emergency orders.

Beshear announces fourth highest number of positive COVID-19 cases

Beshear says there are 825 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 47,577.

Laurel County to begin in-person classes Sept. 3

The decision goes against the governor's recommendation on when to begin in-person instruction.

Lexington Catholic returns to virtual learning Monday due to positive COVID-19 tests

Lexington Catholic began the year with in-person classes August 19.

Governor: Exponential growth of COVID-19 in the state has stopped

A total of 390 news cases and three deaths from the coronavirus were reported on Sunday.

Madison County pushes back start of school; will begin virtually

The Madison County Board of Education reluctantly on Thursday night voted to push the start of school to September 2, and begin the school year with online learning only.  

Criticism of KEMI Board’s vote to remove executive salaries from website

The KEMI board of directors awarded "incentive payouts" to several top executives, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Scott County changes school start dates

Scott County Public Schools moved its start date for virtual and in-person instruction.

KY secretary of state’s November voting plan doesn’t include universal mail-in voting

The governor wants universal mail-in voting in November, the secretary of state does not, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Gov. Beshear weighs in on mail-in voting

Beshear pushes more voting methods.

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Urban County Council plans for public comments in person

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ)-- The Urban County Council will now allow in-person public comments. The council voted to allow the comments beginning on Tuesday, October 27th...

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Town plans ‘safe’ adult trick or treat, art decorates downtown

Students paint business windows, carved pumpkins lit and on display already, event Friday.