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At least three new cases and possibly as many as five; all school districts closed.
Job gains, losses spread across different sectors.
A Kentucky technology engineering firm plans to add at least 83 jobs with a $5.3 million expansion of its headquarters.
Kentucky House Republican leaders introduced legislation aimed at shifting more people off public assistance and into the workforce.
The project will create around 300 jobs during construction.
KCC Manufacturing to build a new facility in Louisville, adding 400 full-time jobs, according to the state.
UPS is holding one-day job fairs this week around the country, including a few in Kentucky.
A Danville company will be creating up to 83 full-time jobs.
Anixter Inc. says it's creating an East Coast sales hub in Lexington.
Faneuil Inc. say they aim to steadily increase recruiting to employ approximately 200 people this year, potentially growing to 450 by the close of 2021.
US employers added robust 224,000 jobs in June, with unemployment rate rising slightly to 3.7%.
The company says it is opening a new store in October and needs to fill around 70 part and full-time positions.
New full-time jobs are coming to Paris as an aluminum wheel manufacturer is expanding its operation in Bourbon County.
Kentucky's three Job Corps Civilian Conservation Centers will remain open after being slated for closure by the federal government, saving jobs.
Firehouse Subs is hosting hiring events to find positive, energetic and dedicated individuals to join its growing team on Tuesday, June 4 and Thursday, June 6.
Dajcor Aluminum plans to create up to 265 full-time jobs in Perry County.
The Kentucky Division of Abandoned Mine Lands is seeking proposals that will attract new industry and jobs to Kentucky's Appalachian counties.
Hiring jumped in April as U.S. employers added 263,000 jobs, a strong gain that suggests businesses have shrugged off any concerns the economy may slow this year.
Hiring rebounded in March as U.S. employers added a solid 196,000 jobs, up sharply from February's scant gain and evidence that many businesses still want to hire despite signs the economy is slowing.
Gov. Matt Bevin announced specialty printing materials manufacturer Armor USA Inc. plans to add 36 jobs with a $3.3 million expansion of its facility in Boone County.