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KDE seeking input on how to use federal relief funds

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking input from a diverse group of stakeholders as it develops plans for...

KDE moves ahead with state plans after USED announces testing requirement

Instead of canceling the test, USED advises states to pursue other assessment flexibilities.

Baptist Health to unveil look of new hospital in TV show

Kentucky gets first look at Baptist Health Hamburg

State has youngest death, prison numbers push up totals

Tests results from Green River Correctional Institute created a surge in Kentucky coronavirus cases Tuesday.

Trump to visit Kentucky ahead of November elections

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - President Donald Trump plans to campaign in Kentucky ahead of the midterm elections. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the White House announced...

CPE approves campus diversity plans

The Council on Postsecondary Education approved campus diversity plans for the public four-year universities and the 16 colleges of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System at its meeting Friday.

Kentucky official unveiling initiative to fight hunger

Kentucky's agriculture commissioner plans to announce an initiative to combat hunger.

Anthem will sell insurance in fewer Kentucky counties

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield says it will not sell health insurance plans statewide, leaving just one insurance provider for each county on Kentucky's health exchange.

Lawmakers announce plans to address fentanyl, carfentanil

In the wake of a rash of drug overdoses and deaths in the state, Attorney General Andy Beshear, House lawmakers, and local law enforcement officials announced plans on Friday to strengthen Kentucky's laws in the fight against a spike in more powerful drugs emerging in Kentucky.

Officials raise concerns over planned Ferris wheel

Officials have raised safety concerns over plans to build a Ferris wheel along Newport's riverfront.

Fayette Co. students pitch business plans

High school students in Fayette Co. showed off their business acumen at a Junior Achievement event on Tuesday.

Democrats reject Bevin’s cuts for colleges

Kentucky Democrats and Republicans are scheduled to release a pair of dueling budget plans, but Democrats most likely will have the votes to win.

Louisville Zoo unveils $180M expansion plan

The Louisville Metro Council will consider a resolution for a $180 million expansion at the Louisville Zoo that could include an African savanna park, shark tanks and a re-creation of an earlier Kentucky complete with flatboat rides and wild animals.

Plans announced for ‘Boulevard Gateway’ to Kentucky Dam Village

Governor Steve Beshear today announced plans for two transportation projects that will enhance one of the great public assets of the Commonwealth – Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park.

Teacher equity plans approved for 16 states

The Obama administration has approved plans by 16 states, including Kentucky, to help give all students - regardless of race, ethnicity or economic background -- access to the best teachers.

Fayette County Health Department Reviewing Ebola Plans

The Fayette County Health Department met with local hospitals Monday to review their plans for a suspected Ebola case, in the unlikely event it reaches Kentucky.

UPDATE: Plans For Lexington Bus Depot Scrapped

People in the Elkhorn Park area opposed plans to put a Greyhound Bus depot in their neighborhood. On Friday they learned the company planning to open the depot had withdrawn its application.

UPDATE: New Look To Proposed CentrePointe Project

A new look to the proposed CentrePointe project was unveiled. The Webb Companies just submitted new drawings to the city.

Lawmakers Consider Renovations To Rupp Arena

Lawmakers are considering the latest plan to fund renovations at Lexington's Rupp Arena, but the new plan comes as the General Assembly session is just about to end.

City Reveals Rupp Arena Design

The city unveiled the plans on Monday afternoon for the reinvented Rupp Arena.

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Hall’s On The River getting closer to reopening after March flooding

WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ) - While many places and businesses have recovered from the historic March flooding, others like Hall's On The River are still...

St. Claire HealthCare taking appointments for Pfizer vaccine for ages 12-and-up

St. Claire HealthCare in Morehead received its first allocation of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine as the FDA expanded the emergency use to include children from 12-to-15 years of age.  

Shooting near homicide victim’s vigil ends with crime scene outside Good Samaritan

A shooting Monday night in Lexington happened near a balloon release for Lexington's latest homicide and ended with a car taped off outside Good Samaritan Hospital.

Louisa Walgreens robbery suspect considered armed and dangerous

33-year old Jeremy Ray Burris is considered armed and dangerous, according to Louisa Police.