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City of Pikeville offering grants to businesses impacted by COVID-19

The City of Pikeville is offering one-time $2,000 grants to businesses impacted by the coronavirus.

New COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites open Tuesday

Find all the information you need about four new drive-thru coronavirus testing sites opening Tuesday across Kentucky.

Somerset, Pikeville, Paducah, Madisonville testing next week

Somerset and Pikeville join Paducah and Madisonville with coronavirus testing sites next week as the state's partnership with Kroger and Gravity Testing expands to grow testing in the state.

Warming station opened in Pikeville

The West Care Emergency Shelter in Pike County opened as a warming station as dangerously cold air moved into Kentucky.

State police investigating scam calls in Pikeville

Police say if you receive a caller ID showing the area code of 911, it should be considered a scam call.

Officals say KFC employee was diagnosed with Hepatitis A

The Courier-Journal reports an employee at a KFC in Pike County tested positive for Hepatitis A.

Public invited to forum on Kentucky foster care

A public forum on improving foster care in Kentucky is scheduled Thursday in Pikeville.

Donald Trump Jr. to campaign for Bevin in eastern Kentucky

Donald Trump Jr. will campaign for Matt Bevin on Thursday in Pikeville.

Drug round up in Pike Co.

A four month long investigation lead to a drug roundup in Pike County, according to News-Express.

Woman ordered to pay back money in insurance fraud case

A Pike County woman who admitted to insurance fraud has been ordered to pay nearly $20,000 in restitution, according to the state.

Man accused of having parties for underage kids with drugs and alcohol

A Pike County man is accused of throwing parties for underage kids with drugs and alcohol, including his own son, according to a report in the Appalachian-News Express.

Gov. Bevin recognizes sacrifice of Pikeville WWII sailor recently identified

Gov. Bevin will order flags lowered to half-staff in honor of Seaman First Class Burk on July 19.

One dead in crash on U.S. 23 in Pikeville

State police are investigating a deadly crash that happened Sunday around 1:30 on U.S. 23 in Pikeville.

State Rep’s son continues to improve almost a year after fall

State Representative Chris Harris from Pike County is updating Kentuckians on his son, 19-year-old Corbin, who fell from a third floor apartment balcony in Lexington last august.

Gov. appoints family court judge for 35th Circuit, iv. 3

Governor Matt Bevin has appointed a judge to the 35th Judicial Circuit District Family Court, Division 3, of Kentucky. 

43rd annual Hillbilly Days festival underway in Pikeville

Carnival rides and vendor booths have taken over downtown Pikeville for the 43rd annual Hillbilly Days festival.

Man accused of robbing woman at knifepoint in Pikeville

An Elkhorn City man was arrested Wednesday morning after police say he tried to rob a woman at knifepoint in Bob Amos Park in Pikeville.

Man found dead following house fire in Pike County

Police say the fire was broke out Wednesday afternoon in the Virgie community.

Enerblu delays eastern Kentucky project by 1 year

A proposed battery manufacturing plant on a reclaimed coal mine in eastern Kentucky has been delayed at least one year after the company discovered problems at the construction site.

Proposed high-tech greenhouse relocating to Rowan farm

An official says a high-tech greenhouse that had been planned in Pikeville two years ago will instead be built on a farm near Morehead.

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Ky. Sheriff’s offices say they’re getting calls and messages about enforcing masks

Law enforcement agencies across the state are getting calls and messages about enforcing the mandatory mask order.

Fayette County students excel at virtual FCCLA competition

Students from Beaumont Middle School and a junior at Paul Laurence Dunbar High school excelled at the 2020 FCCLA Virtual National Leadership Conference.

Day 3 of Keeneland Summer Meet: War of Will wins Maker’s Mark Mile, Four Grace sets record

Day three of Keeneland's five day Summer meet saw a close race between War of Will and Parlor in the Grade 1 Maker's Mark Mile.

Fayette students earn national leadership honors

Even in virtual competition, students earn honors.