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J.C. Penney proposes permanently closing six stores in Kentucky

J.C. Penney on Thursday revealed its initial list of proposed stories to be permanently closed and six are in Kentucky.

Shaker Village to reopen June 15

The opening will include several changes

Kentucky realtors: effects of COVID-19 not as bad as expected

Kentucky realtors say the effects of COVID-19 on the Kentucky housing market were not as terrible as expected. 

CVS adding 7 COVID-19 test sites in Kentucky

CVS: test sites will use self-swab testing, results ready in 3 days

More steps towards reopening Kentucky happening

Today is the day, where all across the state, you can finally get a hair cut. You can also get a massage, a tan, tattoos, and your nails done.

State AG, others want China held responsible for COVID-19

Attorneys general from 14 states, including Kentucky, want a federal-state partnership to hold the Chinese communist government responsible for its role in the spread of COVID-19.

Feeding Kentucky buys 5,000 pounds of locally produced cheese

To be distributed by food banks throughout the commonwealth

Divorce cases could rise amid pandemic

Love is patient, love is kind, you probably know the rest, of course that doesn't necessarily account for a world pandemic.

Feeding Kentucky buys 10,000 pounds of Purnell’s Sausage

Initiative will feed the hungry across Kentucky and in nearby Ohio and West Virginia

‘Giving Day’ donations top $650,000 statewide

Kentuckians donated $652,352 to 223 nonprofit organizations participating in the eighth annual Kentucky Gives Day online giving campaign Tuesday.

UK grad assists during Coronavirus pandemic in New York City (PICTURES)

New York is the epicenter of the Coronavirus pandemic in the United States. But watching and hearing about it wasn't enough for a UK nurse. He was called to help.

AP-NORC poll: Majority disapprove of coronavirus protests

A majority of Americans disapprove of protests against restrictions aimed at preventing the spread the coronavirus, according to a new poll that also finds the still-expansive support for such limits — including restaurant closures and stay-at-home orders — has dipped in recent weeks.

Governor’s School for the Arts plans ‘virtual’ summer program

The Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA), a program of Kentucky Performing Arts (KPA), will be hosted virtually this year

Woman turns 100, requests cards, gets much more

Community brings a birthday celebration to Lola Smith

In lieu of party, Stearns woman requests cards for 100th birthday

Amid Coronavirus, birthday plans had to be tweaked

Kentucky National Guard to work primary election

Kentucky National Guard will serve as poll workers

Petition to open pools gains thousands of signatures

A petition started by Shelly Adams this week had 9,367 signatures, as of Thursday morning.

Statewide virtual coaching available for jobseekers

Bluegrass Workforce Innovation Board helps jobseekers with virtual coaching

Southern Elementary students celebrate teacher with video

Students perform musical 'Bare Necessities' virtually

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Ky. Small business says unreliable mail delivery could cause them to go under

"We can't let our mail fail because if it fails, we fail," Charlotte Meadows said.

Growing speculation college football season could be canceled

Commissioners of the Power Five conferences held an emergency meeting Sunday to discuss whether fall sports should be played, according to ESPN.

Danville man arrested after reportedly pointing taser at officers during chase

A Danville man faces a long list of charges after reportedly leading police on a chase and pointing a taser at officers.

Morehead State students begin moving in…with masks and distance

Morehead State University students started moving into dorms Saturday, but it looked different than the average college move in because of coronavirus.