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Even with students, new Fayette COVID cases down

Numbers in community continue downward trend.

State reports 183 new coronavirus cases Saturday

Governor Andy Beshear reported 183 new coronavirus cases as of 4 p.m. Saturday, making a total of at least 13,630. 

Fayette County coronavirus cases top 1,000, 600 in last month

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The number of coronavirus cases in Fayette County topped the 1,000 mark Thursday. The Health Department reported 30 news cases, pushing...

State hits one month mark with 54 new cases, 14 deaths

Kentucky hits the one month mark of its first confirmed coronavirus case Monday with 54 new cases, which brings the state total to 1,008, crossing another milestone.

Beshear and Coleman’s inauguration to blend new and traditional events

Expect to see a mixture of the traditional and the new at Tuesday’s inauguration of Governor-elect Andy Beshear.

Board of Education approves new high school graduation requirements

Change is on the way to Kentucky high schools. There are new things students will have to do in order to graduate.

$80 million Toyota Engineering Center opens in Georgetown

After years of construction, Toyota unveiled their brand new engineering headquarters in Georgetown Monday morning.

Keeneland implements new concussion test requirements

The wait is finally over, Keeneland racing is back in action and with this opening day comes a brand new requirement for jockeys, one looking to keep them safe as they hit the track for the first time this season.

Lexington Police graduates largest recruited class in department’s history

It's a historic day for the Lexington Police department -- as they welcomed 48 new recruits, the largest class to graduate their academy ever.

Newtown Pike extension road opens

Starting today Lexington drivers have a new route available when going in and out of downtown.

Alumni celebrate first day of school with new generation of Douglass students

For some students in Fayette County today's first day of classes meant walking through the doors of the brand new Frederick Douglass High School for the very first time.

Charter schools, Bible literacy among new laws in Kentucky

New laws are taking effect in Kentucky that allow charter schools, regulate Bible literacy classes in public schools and limit the supply of prescription painkillers.

Toyota launches production of New Camry

Officials at Toyota say that team members celebrated the launch of the production of the 2018 Camry on Wednesday.

Fazoli’s: New “clean” menu & redesigned restaurants

Fazoli’s announced it has completely removed all artificial sweeteners, flavors, preservatives and colors from its entire food menu. America’s largest fast casual Italian restaurant is the first national brand under 1,000 units and the third restaurant overall

Catholic Action Center celebrates official grand opening

A variety of community leaders came together today in Lexington to celebrate the official ribbon cutting of the new Catholic Action Center location off Industry Road.

Simplified Blue Grass Airport parking options now in effect

Passengers traveling from Blue Grass Airport will soon see renamed parking areas and parking signage throughout the lots.

Lexington looking to pass new ordinance to combat panhandling

Lexington's Urban County Council is trying to pass a new ordinance that looks to decrease panhandling in the city.

Richmond PD welcomes new K-9 unit

The Richmond Police Department introduced the community to their newest member of the force by way of a Facebook post on Monday.

Safety patrol volunteers needed at new CAC facility

The new Catholic Action Center facility is up and running, serving the homeless in Lexington.

Public invited to see new Catholic Action Center building April 23rd

The Catholic Action Center is inviting members of the community to visit their new facility for an open house prior to its opening for services to the homeless on April 28.

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Judge stops Census from ending this month

Extended until the end of October.
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Return to ‘yellow’ improbable, Fayette school board told

Best hope for district is the rate to drop.