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It’s Official: LION to reopen Beattyville plant after more than a decade

First responder PPE producer plans 75 jobs in Lee County

Fayette County to announce Tuesday if students will return to classroom Feb. 8

Whenever students return to the classroom, the school district say it will happen in stages, beginning with kindergarten through second grade.

New program develops drone program to deliver PPE to Eastern Kentuckians

The Jericho Project was born in March 2020, after a trip to Washington D.C.

$20,000 donation helps medical group build PPE stockpile

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Press Release) - The Kentucky Primary Care Association (KPCA) is working to help its provider members obtain and maintain an adequate supply...

State welcomes latest PPE donation, discusses successes, needs

Through help of private companies, state has good PPE stockpile for now.

State raises concerns as PPE, testing supplies tighten nationwide

State has stockpile but issue is whether it is enough.

Rowan County Schools receive donation for back-to-school PPE

The Morehead Optimist Club donated money to Rowan County Schools for PPE so students, faculty and staff will be protected when in-person classes begin.

McConnell: Congress working on funding to get children back in class

Senator Mitch McConnell says he knows it will be expensive to get children back in the classroom this fall amidst the pandemic.

Lexington yard waste service returns June 1

Community is being asked to help make it safe for workers.

Ford to reopen Kentucky, other plants

The staggered approach allows Ford to effectively implement new safety protocols and provide proper personal protective equipment (PPE) for all employees as they return to work.

Telecommuting may become norm for some city workers

Lexington is preparing for the gradual reopening of some parts of city government starting Monday and then even more in June.

KSP hosting virtual Derby Day for Gray fundraiser for COVID-19 supplies

State Police Foundation says it's hosting a "Derby Day for Gray" virtual event Saturday to raise funds to replenish PPE needed during this pandemic.

Woman accused of stealing PPE from Pikeville Medical Center

According to the Mountain Top Newspaper, a Pike County woman is accused of stealing personal protective equipment from Pikeville Medical Center.

UK designing customized PPE with unique 3D scanner

"We wanted to add a step. It's one thing to just print something you could use as a movie prop. It's another thing to print something that actually fits well against the face," says Dr. Winkler, radiologist and UK College of Medicine professor.

134 new cases, eight deaths; state starts discussing ‘new normal’ toward reopening; school decision coming Monday

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - The number of new coronavirus cases in Kentucky were not as high as feared Friday and the number of people...

11 deaths, including first health care worker; 177 new cases; no word on schools; won’t put re-opening decision in hands of lobbyists

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - The number of new coronavirus cases in Kentucky caught up with the weekend lag Tuesday, Gov. Andy Beshear said, reporting...

Jail inmates learn skill, make masks

Gov. Andy Beshear has touted inmates in state prisons making masks to help overcome the PPE shortage in the state. Woodford County is doing it, too.

From printers to face shields, Lexmark says it’s doing its part during COVID-19 pandemic

Lexmark is one business that's helping use it's resources to build personal protective equipment and donate it to Kentuckian on the front line.

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Kentucky’s pension system could need $4.6 billion influx

More than $1 billion needed in next two years, committee told.

Baptist Health Richmond opens walk-in clinic

Clinic designed to take pressure off ER during COVID surge

New driver center in Richmond serves Clark, Estill, Garrard, Jessamine, Madison residents

Gov. Beshear, Kentucky State Police Announces Regional Driver Testing Services in Richmond