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Talks with Caulk: Update on possible return to in-person classes

Superintendent Manny Caulk says a return to in-person classes, beginning with elementary schools, could possibly begin the week of Nov. 2

Old Kentucky Chocolates opening new store in Lexington

The fourth location in Lexington will be in the Palomar Shopping Center.

Fayette superintendent launches weekly video program, ‘Talks with Caulk’

The new program is designed to provide another way for people to stay up with district-wide news and information.

Nursing home holds ‘Circus on the Lawn’ for residents

The idea came after a long-time employee at Cambridge Place dressed up as a clown for a resident's birthday.

Congressional debate turns fiery between Barr, Hicks

The faceoff in the 6th District race came as absentee ballot voting has begun in Kentucky.

Appalachian Horse Revival 2020 canceled

Pandemic forces cancellation of popular event at Morehead State University.

Rand, Fauci clash over COVID studies, tests

Exchange part of broader debate on Capitol Hill, trying to place hindsight into current times.

First major concert rescheduled at Rupp since pandemic hit

Elton John has rescheduled his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour concert for Rupp Arena.

Temperature checks part of state lawmakers tour of BCTC

State lawmakers got a first-hand look at safety precautions being taken during the pandemic at BCTC in Lexington.

Jarvis Garrett acquitted in 2016 Lexington murder case

This was the first trial held in Fayette Circuit Court since the pandemic hit in March.

Postal service takes COVID financial beating, denies slowing mail

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Postal Service says it lost $2.2 billion in the three months that ended in June as the beleaguered agency...

State Supreme Court blocks efforts to suspend COVID-19 rules

Kentucky's highest court on Friday blocked lower courts from suspending the governor's emergency orders.

Zeke Lewis will return to UK for 2021 season

Kentucky senior Zeke Lewis will return next season, taking advantage of the NCAA’s ruling on eligibility relief for spring sports student-athletes whose season was cut short due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

FCPS releases information on reopening of schools

Fayette County Public Schools will not reopen in July, which had been discussed in some circles.

Governor Beshear calls for peaceful protests and social distancing

Governor Andy Beshear called for peaceful protests across the state in the wake of demonstrations in Lexington, Louisville and other communities that began late last week.

Cousins’ emotional first hug since pandemic goes viral

See the emotional first hug since the pandemic hit between cousins in eastern Kentucky that has gone viral.

Remembering fallen soldiers; Pandemic restricts family from visiting their son

A Lexington family can't visit their son this Memorial Day. He's buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

Lexington nurse back home after working front line in New York

A Lexington nurse who went to New York to battle the pandemic is back home.

Virtual run benefits Veterans and Honor Flight Kentucky

Find out how you can run in a virtual race this month benefiting Veterans and Honor Flight Kentucky.

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Someone steals rescue squad Humvee, suspects sought

Taken about 2 a.m. Tuesday, last seen going north on Highway 25.

Man injured at party charged after claiming deputies did it

Video evidence and witnesses showed what happened: KSP

Your morning news and weather on Tuesday, Oct. 20

Your morning news and weather on Tuesday, Oct. 20

Early showers and storms Tuesday, followed by drier air

A stationary front keeps the warmer air in Kentucky and the cooler air to the northwest. Morning and early midday rain showers and thunderstorms...