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New legislation to improve dementia care

Two recently passed bills aim to improve care for Alzheimer's and dementia patients.

KDE moves ahead with state plans after USED announces testing requirement

Instead of canceling the test, USED advises states to pursue other assessment flexibilities.

State’s COVID data declines for 6th straight week

Governor Beshear reporting Sunday there were 21 new deaths, bringing the state's death toll to 4,447 lives.

‘Soup for the Soul’ wins state’s Strategic Priority Award

Program going on five years, even more critical during pandemic.

8-year-old Frankfort boy wants to help shelter animals

An 8-year-old Frankfort boy is determined to make shelter pets, the official pets of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

16,000th Interment  at Kentucky’s State Veterans Cemeteries

Veterans and dependents interred at all five state veterans cemeteries since first one opened in 2004.

State’s positivity rate lowest since Jan. 2, three dozen deaths recorded

Number of hospitalizations, related statistics also continue to fall

State releases county unemployment data for November 2020

According to the Kentucky Center for Statistics, unemployment rates rose in 104 Kentucky.

State’s Christmas COVID numbers marred by near-record deaths

Positivity rate continues slow decline

Clark County Fair, others get grants

Grants help pay for improvements, repairs to facilities.

State revenues hold their own against estimates

General Fund receipts up 4.8%, Year-to-Date up 5.8%, Road Fund receipts unchanged, Year-to-Date up 1.9%

Beshear: State in escalation, not plateau; highest monthly death total, worst week

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - On the verge of its deadliest month on record and having just seen its highest single week of new coronavirus...

Danville, Versailles, Lexington residents among those named to state boards

Residents named to everything from the arts to unemployment.

State: Jump in coronavirus cases a ‘serious concern’

Big jump has state expresing worries.

Kentucky House Republicans unveil state spending plan

House Republicans have modified a proposed pay raise for Kentucky teachers.

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Beshear challenges law shifting fair board appointment power

Gov. Beshear has asked a judge to strike down a Republican-backed law that eroded his appointment authority over the state fair board.

Elkhorn City man killed in crash in Pike County

42-year old Jason Spangler died Saturday when the pickup truck he was driving went off the road and over an embankment, according to KSP.

Report: UK professor dies from accidental fall in her home

Dr. Susan Odom was found in her home by a co-worker on Sunday, according to the Kentucky Kernel.

101st Airborne deploying soldiers to Fort Knox as part of exercise

The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) will deploy approximately 160 Soldiers to Fort Knox, Kentucky, in support of an Emergency Deployment Readiness Exercise to be held there.