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Gov. Beshear urges caution with multiple storms reaching Kentucky

National Guard activated to assist Ashland residents; state office buildings to close at 1 p.m. EST Monday  

Despite unemployment debate in Frankfort, unemployed still frustrated

"People are out here struggling because of this pandemic and they need their money," John Francis said.

Governor tours AppHarvest greenhouse

Within a few weeks of being open, AppHarvest has already shipped a million pounds of tomatoes to major grocery stores throughout the U.S.

Governor Beshear reports a positivity rate below eight percent

The Governor's office say there was also the fourth straight week of declining cases with 1,532 new COVID-19 cases reported Sunday.

Beshear wants public to stay patient while waiting on more vaccines

FRANKFORT. Ky. (ABC 36) In his briefing today, Thursday, January 21st, Governor Beshear reiterated that there's a limited supply in vaccines. But he says the...

Sunday Gov. Beshear says COVID-19 positivity rate tops Saturday record

Governor Beshear reporting a positivity rate of 12.45 percent Sunday, the highest its reached since the start of the pandemic.

Political Analyst Stephen Voss talks power balance for Gov. Beshear and Sen. McConnell

There's a run-off in Georgia for both senate seats and it's not just a vote in Georgia, it could shift things for the entire country.

Governor Beshear releases Sunday COVID update, positivity rate above 10

The state’s elevated positivity rate is likely due to some labs and public testing sites being closed over the holiday.

WATCH: Governor Beshear and First Lady share a “mean tweets” video

Governor Beshear and First Lady Britainy Beshear release a "mean tweets" video to say goodbye to 2020.

Protective Life Corp. to relocate regional office to Covington

Project includes 100 high-wage jobs next year

Governor Beshear proclaimed Dec. 10 as Get Covered Day

Governor Beshear proclaimed Dec. 10, 2020 as Get Covered Day.

Ky. COVID-19 Saturday update, 2,437 new cases, 14 deaths

Gov. Andy Beshear urged Kentuckians to strengthen their resolve in the fight against COVID-19, with the knowledge that help, a vaccine, is on the way.

Coffee shop faces closure after visit from Health Department

A local coffee shop is facing closure after the Health Department stopped by and told them they were going against regulations set by Governor Beshear.

Another record day of COVID-19 cases, 3,303 reported Saturday, 8.95% positivity rate

Governor Andy Beshear reported, again, the highest single day increase of COVID-19 cases Saturday.

Whiskey Bear bar owner says waiving alcohol renewal fees will save thousands for businesses

On Thursday, Governor Andy Beshear announced the state is waiving the alcohol license renewal fee for bars and restaurants in the state to help give some financial relief during the pandemic.

Gov. Beshear says Sunday marks new record for COVID-19 weekly case county

"If you're not alarmed by these record numbers of COVID-19 cases, you should be," Gov. Beshear said.

Dr. Stack says COVID-19 vaccine likely won’t be readily available until Summer 2021

Doctor Steven Stack says while a vaccine could be approved by the end of the year it could be the end of summer before it's readily available.

Gov. Beshear to quarantine after guard tests positive for COVID

The Democratic governor says he and his family feel fine, show no symptoms and have tested negative for the virus.

Gov. Beshear reports 1,002 more coronavirus cases, 7 deaths

Gov. Andy Beshear warned Saturday that virus cases remain on a record-setting trajectory.

Frankfort woman with a felony in her past, voting for the first time in years

One Frankfort woman says she's grateful to get the opportunity to have her voting rights restored in time for voting in 2020.

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Kentucky Baseball signs Nick Mingione to a contract extension

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK Athletics) – Kentucky baseball head coach Nick Mingione has signed a contract extension that will keep him with the program through...

Kentucky Senate backs COVID liability shield for businesses

The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill to provide broad protections shielding businesses from coronavirus-related lawsuits.

Ballot measure would give lawmakers more days to meet

A proposed constitutional amendment cleared the Senate on Monday. It now returns to the House.

Push to pass Breonna’s Law in Lexington during virtual town hall

What would a Breonna's Law banning no-knock search warrants and improving police accountability look like in Lexington?