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New coronavirus cases include 10-day-old, almost 1,000 have recovered

Kentucky confirmed 159 news coronavirus cases Thursday, including a 10-day-old child in Lincoln County, and seven deaths, which pushed the state total to 129.

88 news cases, seven deaths; Beshear dismisses ‘open now’ protests

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - With a noisy crowd (listen to the attached video) chanting and protesting outside his briefing room, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear...

State reports 147 news cases, seven deaths; urges health care workers to reject big-money offers from other states

The state is worried about the coronavirus spreading through nursing homes, Gov. Andy Beshear said Tuesday. And the governor urged health care workers to reject the growing lure of hefty payments to come to some other states.

Lexington mayor announces seventh death, asks businesses to help medical community

The city has implemented a hiring freeze and curbed other spending in anticipation of revenue shortfalls and Mayor Linda Gorton is asking for help from the business community to supply PPEs.

Galls posts statement; Lexington company caught in PPE shortage crossfire

A Lexington-based company known for its work in the community, especially with law enforcement, fire departments and first responders, is getting the wrong kind of national attention.

One medical group helps another in tough times

The doctors and staff at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington have been making a concerted effort to minimize the use of PPEs during surgeries and at other times.

Carhartt plants to make gowns, masks

Carhartt plants in Kentucky, Tennessee starting to make PPes.

Fayette schools, EKU, Morehead businesses donate PPEs to health care workers

Schools collect more than 44,400 PPEs to help fill shortages.

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Wildside Winery hosts Harvest Festival to help boost artisian small business

The event space is to thank for that, with plenty of room at the winery to social distance.
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Two men wanted in connection with missing Nicholas County woman arrested

Two men wanted in connection to the 2016 disappearance of a Nicholas County woman are behind bars, according to deputies.

Tyler Childers shares his message for Kentuckians regarding the Black Lives Matter movement

Eastern Kentucky country music artist Tyler Childers is sharing his thoughts on racism and the black lives movement.

Two dead after single vehicle crash in Harlan County, troopers say

Kentucky State Police say two people are dead after a single vehicle crash Friday night.