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Bars get an extra hour starting Friday, COVID numbers continue down

Get an extra hour as the covid case numbers fall.

UK easing visitation at dorms, Greek houses, other locations

Also expanded facility hours and recreational opportunities.

LexLive now open to the public

A project years in the making is finally open, project leaders cut the ribbon today on LexLive.

State easing some capacities as of Friday, child care on March 15

New capacities apply to almost every business group.

Supreme Court issues orders for courts to begin easing COVID-19 restrictions

Orders will start opening courts back up slowly.

Southworth files bill to ease limits on cannabis growers

Proposal would allow higher levels of THC.

Protest in Frankfort calls for Kentucky to re-open

Protesters gathered at the state capitol Saturday afternoon, calling for the restrictions to be lifted.

Black Friday shopping expectations for local businesses

We are headed into an uncertain holiday shopping season because of the pandemic.

How are tents different from indoor seating? One restaurant explains

A manager at Coles 735 Main in Lexington explains coronavirus safeguards in place in the restaurant's outdoor tents.

Gym goer, owner, weigh in on new restrictions to take effect tomorrow

Like restaurants and bars, gyms were struggling to survive before new restrictions were announced this week.

State hits single-day record for Covid-19 cases

The state hits a new one-day high in the number of new Covid-19 cases and the second highest day for new deaths.

Lexington restaurant, bar owner respond to new restrictions

Some restaurant and bar owners say it will be tough to survive the new restrictions.

Beshear: Targeted restrictions likely Wednesday, National Guard to help nursing homes

Limits likely to be announced Wednesday, new estimates coming Tuesday.

With advice from White House, more COVID restrictions may come Monday

State reports 316 new cases, four deaths Sunday.

Louisville tightens tear gas policy

Detective in the case also reassigned

AP-NORC poll: Majority disapprove of coronavirus protests

A majority of Americans disapprove of protests against restrictions aimed at preventing the spread the coronavirus, according to a new poll that also finds the still-expansive support for such limits — including restaurant closures and stay-at-home orders — has dipped in recent weeks.

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Midway resident and entrepreneur, Tracy Farmer, along with Mira and the late Don Ball, cofounders of Ball Homes,

Bedding business donating proceeds to help homeless agency

Customers also can help by bringing food donation.

UPDATE: Horse Park vaccines end May 8, UK Kroger Field May 14

UK: Specific closure dates to be announced in the future

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Jones uses his mantra to guide through highs and lows.