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Dictionary.com picks ‘pandemic’ as its 2020 word of the year

Pandemic spiked more than 13,500 percent on March 11

Small business owner in Lexington thankful for support

Shana Barnes, owner of Toi's Boutique, says she's thankful for the support.

Federal extended unemployment aid to end for Kentuckians

The Kentucky Labor Cabinet says payments that are part of a federal program to aid those unemployed.

Pandemic postpones national math, reading tests until 2022

Federal officials have concerns about whether national testing would be feasible or produce valid results amid the pandemic.

Holiday Shopping in 2020: Take advice from an expert

Engage your family in the shopping “trip,” and together you can enjoy being smart shoppers.

Fayette Mall changes for Black Friday in-person, BBB recommendations for online shopping

In years past some people might complain about early Black Friday deals, but this year the goal is universal, trying to keep crowds to a minimum.

Chevy Chase Inn creates raffle with proceeds going directly to its bartenders

Heathcoat says the bar will make it, barely, this winter, but it wants to make sure the bartenders have money in their pocket for the holidays.

Old Vine Bistro Owner says he’s worried about making it through the winter, GoFundMe trying to help

"Stress, doubt, just trying to figure out a way to keep everybody working." Dean said.

Kentucky lawmakers plan for another COVID-impacted session

Senate President Robert Stivers said Friday the COVID situation could limit what lawmakers can do in the upcoming legislative session.

Over 10% of registered Fayette County voters have voted early in-person

According to Secretary of State Micheal Adams, 11% of registered voters have voted early in-person.

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.

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UPDATE: Vigil pays tribute to man killed Saturday in downtown Lexington

Police say the man was taken to the hospital where he ultimately died.