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State sets several new COVID records, including cases, deaths

Several deaths in region; state gets contact tracing update.

Fayette crosses 17,000 mark in COVID cases

In marked the fourth straight time the county tested 1,000 positive cases in just four days.

Fayette sets consecutive record high COVID days during weekend

Experts fear Thanksgiving week may only make numbers worse.

New COVID cases soar above 3,100 Friday, deaths also set record

Positivity rate rises to 8.68%; 1,358 Kentuckians currently hospitalized with COVID-19

Monday starts bad, last week’s COVID record 25% higher

State records highest Monday on record, positivity highest since June 1.

68 counties in ‘red’, state trying to waive collecting UI overpayments

68 Red Zone Counties Need to Operate on Reduction Plan Next Week

September’s median home sale price in region sets all-time high

Numbers continue to set records across the region

Despite low inventory, home sales hitting record

Records being set across several categories.

Fayette closes out July on a bad coronavirus note

Three of county's highest days came in last week.

Bill changing Kentucky’s open records law advances

Kentucky's Republican-dominated legislature is considering changing the state's open records law to exempt information from companies that receive tax breaks and limit requests to people or entities based in Kentucky.

Bevin administration ordered to pay for withholding records

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's administration has been ordered to pay the Courier Journal's legal cost because it refused to release public records identifying shareholders of a company planning to build a state-subsidized $1.5 billion aluminum rolling mill near Ashland.

Open records policy set for administrative court records

Kentucky's Supreme Court justices have approved an open records policy to guide how the public accesses administrative records in the state court system.

Attorney general seeks to intervene in records lawsuit

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is asking to intervene in another open records dispute between a university and student publications.

Senate OKs bill allowing juvenile records to be erased

Kentucky's policy of letting some wrongdoers erase their criminal records would be extended to its youthful violators under a bill that has cleared the state Senate.

State Hires New Archivist to Oversee Records Management

Kentucky has a new state archivist to oversee records management services for state and local governments.

Order Gives ‘Fair Chance’ to Job Seekers with Criminal Past

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has signed an executive order aimed at giving people with criminal records a "fair chance" to land state government jobs.

Judge Rules in Favor of UK in Open-Records Case

A Kentucky judge has ruled in favor of the University of Kentucky in an open-records case involving its campus newspaper's pursuit of documents regarding a sexual harassment investigation of a former professor.

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State has another record COVID week, deaths include people in their 30s, 40s

Beshear: New Highest Week of COVID-19 Cases, Two reported dead from the virus Saturday were in their 30s and 40s

Pulaski farmer re-elected Farm Bureau president

Also re-elected were Webster County’s Eddie Melton as First Vice President and Sharon Furches of Calloway County as Second Vice President. 

Morehead honors more than 1,500 with virtual graduation

Ceremony pays tribute to sprig, summer fall accomplishments.

UPDATE: 18-year-old dies in Madison County crash

Accident happened early Saturday morning.