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After two weeks under 200, new Fayette COVID cases close to 300 again

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - After more than two weeks of new daily coronavirus cases under 200, Fayette County now has had two straight days...

State’s COVID positivity rate continues slow decline, nears 8%

Hospitalizations, related numbers also continue slow decline.

State’s new coronavirus numbers remain high but stable

Governor urges caution during Christmas gatherings.

Moore announces uterine cancer diagnosis, urges all to get tested

Moore spreads message during governor's daily briefing.

University of Louisville reports 215 coronavirus cases

University pushing safety issues.

As Phase II testing begins, UK positive numbers remain low

No word from university on any special measures.

UK positivity rate, COVID cases up again; state to report all colleges

Numbers rising as classes starting, more students on campus.

UK student positivity test rate increases slightly

Test numbers still remain relatively low.

State coronavirus numbers remain flat, positivity still high

Impact of the computer issue from the weekend remains unclear.

Positive tests among UK students remain relatively low

Tests continue daily for another two weeks.

Cases still show decline; ‘Survivor’ celebrates after 70 days (WATCH)

Numbers down, masks and testing pushed, former bailiff is an inspiration (watch)

Walgreen’s planning drive-through tests

Walgreens has announced it's opening 15 new drive-thru testing sites in seven states in areas with escalating rates of COVID-19 cases.

Rand Paul tests negative for coronavirus

Two weeks after testing positive, Kentucky Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says he has recovered from the coronavirus.

Waivers remove roadblocks to graduation this year

Two potential roadblocks to high school graduation for seniors in the class of 2020 have been removed after Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman waived the requirements.

Waiver of fee linked to spike in GED signups

Lower costs linked to increase in signups, tests and completions.

UK Healthcare officials: There will be enough coronavirus tests available

Doctors at UK Healthcare say there will be enough coronavirus tests available to test everyone who needs to be tested.

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Covid victims honored outside Kentucky State Capitol

FRANKFORT, Ky (WTVQ) - Since the start of the global pandemic, there's been over 3,000 Kentuckians who have lost their lives from COVID-19. On Friday...

Kentucky Right for Life announces new director

The Kentucky Right to Life announced a new executive director.