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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.

Lexington’s Jacobson Boat Dock scheduled to open Wednesday

Jacobson Boat Dock in Lexington is scheduled to open Wednesday as the city gradually reopens during the pandemic.

Toyota plans to cut North American production due to pandemic

Toyota plans to cut North American production by nearly a third from now until October due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by Reuters.

Protestors in Lexington call for extended eviction freeze

Protestors lined up their cars decorated with slogans such as, “cancel rent” and “cancel mortgages.”

Remote learning could continue in fall, schools prepare for the unknown

It is not yet known if students will meet in the classroom, but the Kentucky Department of Education is asking superintendents to be flexible.

Kentucky receives $15 million in federal money for public health and safety

Kentucky received more than $15-million to respond to the public health and safety effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

BCTC offers career builder courses online

Bluegrass Community and Technical College (BCTC) is offering online courses to assist those who are looking for a new career path or advancement in their current careers.

Health official: Public pools shouldn’t open due to virus

Kentucky's top public health official has splashed cold water on opening public pools because of the coronavirus outbreak.

Louisville police chief says crime is rising amid pandemic

The chief of police in Kentucky’s largest city says violent crime is increasing even as citizens remain under orders to stay home in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Couple explains experience with newborn baby during COVID-19 pandemic

Charlie Gorum was born on March 30th at the University of Kentucky hospital. A joyful, life-changing event for his mom and dad during a time when everyone's life seems changed by such a fearful event.

How to stop stress eating during stressful times

Experts say it's okay to indulge on occasion but to use these tips

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