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Kentucky now has 72 coronavirus testing sites across the state.
More reopening stages, including restaurants and government, eyed, state continues to push restraint: Beshear
Calling the reopening process in the state and across the country a "large social experiment" and we will "see the results," Kentucky leaders Monday continued to push restraint as the economic reopening nears on several fronts.
Beshear announced there will be a drive-thru testing location opening in a predominantly Black community in Lexington.
Somerset and Pikeville join Paducah and Madisonville with coronavirus testing sites next week as the state's partnership with Kroger and Gravity Testing expands to grow testing in the state.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – During Governor Andy Beshear’s daily coronavirus update on Sunday, he announced 134 new cases, bringing the total to 1,963 in...
The Lexington VA Health Care System is one of only eight VA medical centers in the country analyzing COVID-19 tests for Veterans.
The Kentucky Department of Education is asking the public for comment on the request and approval to bypass standardized testing this school year.
During his daily coronavirus update on Sunday, Beshear said there are five new deaths and 38 new cases, including two from Fayette County.
Bluegrass Extended Care says it expects to administer more than a 100 coronavirus tests and could do close to 200 at its drive-up testing day.
Governor chastises a 'coronavirus' party, talks new cases, more testing, unemployment updates, other changes from daily briefing.
He stresses need for widespread access to testing, more emphasis on compassion.
London City Fire Department says it's heard reports of at home COVID-19 testing scam.
Lexington Emergency Management will test its network of outdoor warning sirens on Wednesday at 10 am.
The Kentucky Transportation says it is in the end stages of testing the states new drivers license system to introduce new, more secure card versions that meet federal standards in the coming months.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System in Madison County.
Outdoor warning sirens will be going off in Lexington Wednesday morning.
Attorney General Andy Beshear said his office will give an additional $10,000 to the KSP crime lab to continue the testing of sexual assault forensic exam (SAFE) kits.
More Kentucky students graduated from high school and earned qualifying scores on Advanced Placement tests according to newly released state assessment data.
Regularly scheduled siren testing Saturday in Richmond canceled due to event at EKU.
Lexington Emergency Management will be testing its network of outdoor warning sirens next week between 10am and 2pm.
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