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Fayette virus numbers up slightly, UK contributes

One new death reported in Fayette County.

Fayette follows 2nd highest day with 5th highest

August starting off worse than July.

Coronavirus on the rise again in Fayette County

Numbers on increase for the last two weeks

As cases fluctuate, state analyzes cause

Numbers continue to show slight bump

Stack questions bar’s actions, numbers still show decline

Stand implores safety, addresses bar, nursing home issue

Poll finds public still concerned about coronavirus spike with reopening

A new poll finds that strong concern about a second wave of coronavirus infections is reinforcing widespread opposition among Americans to reopening public places.

Two more kids get illness, contact tracing taking shape; excitement builds for ‘openings’

Two more Kentucky children have been diagnosed with the rare coronavirus-related disease. Meanwhile, the state's contact tracing program is taking shape, including getting a new leader.

UPDATE: Two more COVID-19 deaths at federal prison

A total of 63 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours at the Federal Medical Center prison, according to the Fayette County Health Department.

Federal Med continues to see new coronavirus cases; Bureau issues detailed update

The Federal Medical Center continues to be the source of the vast majority of new coronavirus cases in Fayette County.

10-year-old improving, second child diagnosed with COVID-19 syndrome

The 10-year-old boy hospitalized on a ventilator with a COVID-19-related syndrome is "a bit better" but remains on the ventilator and in ICU.

Clay County reports first coronavirus case; reopening guides posted

A case in Clay County, the county's first, is among the 176 new cases confirmed Thursday in Kentucky, Gov. Andy Beshear said during his daily briefing.

13 more COVID cases reported at Federal Medical Center

The coronavirus continues to turn the Federal Medical Center in Lexington into a hotspot.

More reopening stages, including restaurants and government, eyed, state continues to push restraint: Beshear

Calling the reopening process in the state and across the country a "large social experiment" and we will "see the results," Kentucky leaders Monday continued to push restraint as the economic reopening nears on several fronts.

11 deaths, including first health care worker; 177 new cases; no word on schools; won’t put re-opening decision in hands of lobbyists

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - The number of new coronavirus cases in Kentucky caught up with the weekend lag Tuesday, Gov. Andy Beshear said, reporting...

New cases, deaths push state past grim marks

With 87 new cases and seven deaths, Kentucky cracked grim marks Monday in the coronavirus epidemic.

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Coronavirus vaccine at University of Kentucky shows positive results

The professor spearheading the project, Jerry Woodward, has says he thinks it will be effective.
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ABC 36 Teacher of the Week: Katina Stevens

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)-- For kindergarten teacher Katina Stevens, her love for education started when she herself was in kindergarten. "I remember my kindergarten teacher to...

Shelby Rogers stuns Serena to reach Top Seed Open semifinals

LEXINGTON, KY, USA (WTA) -- It came down to the wire, but Shelby Rogers earned an thunderous upset at the Top Seed Open presented by...

Kentuckians’ 112-mile relay helps children in Haiti

Effort will raise money to turn 'sticks' into homes of stone.