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As COVID numbers remain high, state encourages holiday precautions

Holiday gatherings have health experts worried about another surge.

State board adopts resolution supporting expanded boating safety requirements

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposes regulation changes

Beshear, other governors ask residents to practice COVID safety during holidays

Governors urge everyone to mask up, follow medical experts' advice, do their part to eradicate COVID-19

Christmas tree safety tips

Christmas trees went up earlier this year, extending the trees' inside display time.

Fayette Mall expecting a successful Black Friday

The doors at Fayette Mall opened at 7:00 A.M. on Black Friday. Senior Marketing Director Sarah Robinson says staff was still expecting a decent crowd to come in for their traditional shopping.

BBB offers tips, guidance for making the most of shopping, avoiding scams

Pandemic makes for some different challenges this year.

Live events — basketball, concerts — return this month to Rupp Arena

New Event Protocols Will Be Strictly Enforced

Federal inspectors fine school district over COVID cases

Fine started with district self-reporting cases in March.

Even traffic school, DL course is going virtual

State traffic school, graduated driver license course virtual until February

State issues snow, ice tips as season nears

Gov. Andy Beshear Calls on Kentuckians to Keep Each Other Safe This Snow and Ice Season

Time change, Halloween make traffic triple threat, dangers

Distracted, Drunk and Drowsy Drivers Pose Dangers to Trick-or-Treaters and Other Road Users This Weekend

Area businesses receive Governors Safety and Health Award

Industries logged thousands of injury-free work hours.

State urges caution as wildfire hazard season begins October 1

Active season is forecast; Kentucky outdoor burning law in place

Deputies to run safety checkpoints Aug. 29

Law requires agencies to advise of upcoming checkpoints.

127 Yard Sale will go on, organizers say

COVID health guidelines stressed

Safety tips to follow this Fourth of July

Fourth of July is this weekend, and with that of course comes the yearly reminder of being mindful and staying safe.

AA Highway-Grayson Spur improvements almost completed

Road could be opened as early as Friday.

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Biden/Harris inauguration is like no other

Pandemic, previous violence are among reasons for very different plans.

Inauguration Day: How to watch Biden take oath of office

President-elect Joe Biden to be inaugurated at 12 P.M. Wednesday

UPDATE: UK student charged in U.S. Capitol riot out on bond

Gracyn Courtright's probation officer must approve her travel to attend the University of Kentucky, according to the Kentucky Kernel.