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New COVID-19 safety requirements in effect for child care providers

Changes include child masking policy updates

State board adopts resolution supporting expanded boating safety requirements

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposes regulation changes

Lexington hospitals updating visitor restrictions starting Nov. 17

Community COVID spread forces changes, more limits.

Supreme Court issues rules for ‘Red’ counties, some offices will close

Circuit court clerks should close their offices to in-person services.

Baptist Health Lexington updates visitor restrictions

Cooler weather, onset of flu prompts changes to rules.

Rand, Fauci clash over COVID studies, tests

Exchange part of broader debate on Capitol Hill, trying to place hindsight into current times.

COVID-19: New day care center rules coming; state now ‘yellow,’ not ‘red’

Trends remain relatively flat, governor talks "goofiness."

Lexington hospitals to loosen visitation restrictions Monday

While each hospital’s restrictions in the updated policy may vary, they will all require screening at all entrances, and for anyone who enters the building to wear a mask and practice good hand hygiene.

Anderson County limiting shoppers by square feet, shopping carts, other means

Anderson County limiting shoppers by square feet, shopping carts, other means

Fayette County Public Schools announce new rules during athletic events

Small changes that could possibly make a big difference, that's what Fayette County Public Schools is trying to do with four new safety rules.

New gameday rules at Frederick Douglass High School

Principal Lester Diaz sent out an email to school parents late Friday afternoon with a list of new security rules, effectively immediately, ahead of that night's game.

Senate committee approves “Sports Agent” bill

Senate Bill 228, among many things, looks to broaden the definition of a sports agent and require agents register with the state, regulations lawmakers say will make it harder for corruption and other questionable things from happening here in Kentucky.

EPA to reconsider certain coal ash rule provisions

The EPA grants two petitions to reconsider substantive provisions of the final rule regulating coal combustion residuals as nonhazardous waste.

LFUCG releases new visitation policy for community corrections

Beginning October 12, 2016, LFUCG says the rules for visits to the jail are changing. These changes may affect when and how many times an inmate can receive visits from friends and loved ones.

Pokemon Go hits Kentucky State Parks

"Pokemon Go," the world-wide blockbuster app has brought several hikers to state parks in an attempt to "catch 'em all."

Kentucky court rules in underage sex case involving teens

Kentucky's Supreme Court has weighed in on a case involving a 15-year-old boy who was charged with a felony after having consensual sex with his 13-year-old girlfriend.

Senate approves new rules for drivers passing bicyclists

Drivers overtaking bicyclists on Kentucky roads would have to leave at least 3 feet between their vehicle and the bicycle under a bill that cleared the state Senate.

Kentucky challenges EPA rules on power plant pollution

Kentucky's new top environmental regulator is challenging federal rules to curb power plant pollution blamed for causing climate change.

Impact of new rules on UK vs. Duke

Hear from Coach Cal on the impact of the NCAA emphasis to limit physicality in the game overall.

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Cats give big effort but fall at Alabama, 70-59

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (UK Athletics) - Jaden Shackelford scored 21 points to help No. 9 Alabama beat Kentucky 70-59 on Tuesday night and complete its...

Man accused of driving drunk, hitting pedestrian in Lexington

Lexington Police say the man who was hit by the car suffered serious injuries.

Georgetown residents sign petition for City to fix dangerous Old Oxford Road conditions

GEORGETOWN, Ky. (ABC 36) -"It’s very worrisome for the safety of everybody and their children" said Samantha Messenger, a resident of Georgetown. Messenger is one...