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CORONAVIRUS EXPOSURE: Four Leslie County churches seeing multiple positive cases

The Kentucky River District Health Department says there have been multiple positive coronavirus cases associated with four Leslie County churches. 

Rep. Attica Scott says she has tested positive for coronavirus

Kentucky Representative Attica Scott, a democrat from Louisville, announced on social media Sunday night she has tested positive for coronavirus.

General Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas recovering from COVID-19

Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas, a four-time Kentucky Derby winner, is recovering after recently testing positive for COVID-19.

12 of 1,600 test positive for COVID on first day at UK

UK to release test numbers each day.

Lincoln County Sheriff’s deputy tests positive for coronavirus

Lincoln County Sheriff Curt Folger says one of his deputies has tested positive for coronavirus. 

Perry County Walmart worker tests positive, health department issues alert

The health department in a Southeastern Kentucky county is warning residents to work hard to practice coronavirus safety steps after an employee at a Walmart store in the county tested positive for the disease.

With coronavirus, close quarters not good for firefighters

Firefighters are known for their close relationships and their firehouses are literally small communities. But that's had a negative impact in one way during the coranavirus.

More confirmed COVID-19 cases at Lexington Amazon facility

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Amazon continues to be plagued by employees testing positive for the coronavirus at its Lexington and Shepherdsvile facilities. Thursday evening, employees...

Lexington Lowe’s employee tests positive

Worker's last shift was March 30, store has been cleaned.

School district employee dies, 27 have tested positive

A veteran Fayette County Public Schools employee has died from the coronavirus.And the case has given the school district an opportunity to discuss at length how it is handling cases.

14 Inmates Test Positive for Meth After Drug Brought Into Jail

The State Journal is reporting that 14 of 20 women in a jail pod tested positive for methamphetamine, after an investigation revealed that an inmate had hidden the drugs in her body while being incarcerated.

Dole recalls some spinach after salmonella found in sample

Dole Fresh Vegetables says it's recalling some of its bagged spinach distributed in 13 states as a precaution after a random sample tested positive for salmonella.

Too Late To Sue? Man Claims UK Misdiagnosed HIV Results

Lexington judge to decide if a medical malpractice lawsuit against UK Hospital can go forward from a man who claims he was told he was HIV positive, only to find out nearly a decade later that he wasn't infected.

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Tenant arrested, accused of setting fire to Sen.-elect’s law office

A fire police say was deliberately set in Harlan left six people without a place to live and destroyed the law office of Johnnie Turner, who was just elected to the state senate, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Fayette student’s project featured in Farm Bureau’s “Science in Agriculture” contest

Project weighed the benefits of different materials to stop erosion.

Firefighters return to same house twice

Firefighters use 17,000 gallons of water to make sure it won't restart.