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Lawmakers hear update on student participation in the last academic year

Lawmakers, educators discuss issues, lessons learned; look to future.

Commissioner tours Kentucky area technology center

These ATCs are state-operated and serve local districts throughout the state.

You can now sign up for the Bluegrass 10,000 in-person or virtual

Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton's office says you can now sign up for the 2021 Bluegrass 10,000, which will be offered in-person and virtually. 

Central Kentucky Heart Walk takes steps to end heart disease from home

The American Heart Association’s Central Kentucky Heart Walk will be virtual again this year. 

Easter Sunday might look different this year

The pandemic's impact can't be ignored, not even in church.

KCTCS offering virtual transfer fair next week

One part of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System’s (KCTCS) mission is preparing students to transfer to universities.

Leaders kickoff the 8th annual Live United Days

Advocates from across the commonwealth are gathering virtually to celebrate the 8th annual Live United Days.

Kentucky State Police offers virtual option for ‘Read Across America Day’

The Kentucky State Police (KSP) is breaking out the books to participate in 'Read Across America Day’, a nationwide reading celebration honoring Dr. Seuss’s birthday.

Teacher of the Week: Kari Broughton, Jessamine Co. Early Learning Village

Jessamine Co., Ky (WTVQ)-- Kari Broughton teaches Pre-k at the Jessamine County Early Learning Village. "If you ever get the time to come to our...

Fayette schools extend online education through Feb. 5

COVID rate remains in high levels

Fayette County continuing online instruction through end of January

Students, staff case numbers jump in last 11 days.

Support and concerns about students returning to in-person learning

Some students went back to school Monday, in-person, that includes children in Estill County schools but not all students were there.

Campbellsville graduates 1,027 in virtual event; recognizes first Ph.D. graduates

Speakers challenge graduates to make most of lessons.

Free holiday STEM virtual family night coming up

Event is fun intro to Christmas season.

MUST WATCH: sweet reunion between two Georgetown first graders

A lot of us have, sadly, felt lonelier than ever before during the pandemic, but there's hope and two Georgetown kids have the proof.

Schools confront ‘off the rails’ numbers of failing grades

Virtual learning part of the cause in nationwide trend, experts say.

LISTEN: Frederick Douglass High School’s first virtual choir production

Frederick Douglass High School's choir held its first-ever virtual choir, video production. 

UK graduates ending 2020 in a positive way

How are you closing out this crazy year? Some students at the University of Kentucky are kissing 2020 goodbye by graduating virtually.  

Red Kettle campaign needs bell ringers

Campaign runs through Dec. 24, Salvation Army is seeking bell ringers, virtual kettle teams

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More closures scheduled for Sulphur Well Pike/KY 39 bridge project

The closures are a result of the progression of the Bridging Kentucky Program's bridge replacement project.

Kentucky Humanities awards over $800,000 to COVID-impacted organizations

Kentucky Humanities ARP Grants provide funding to museums, archives, historic sites, and other nonprofit cultural agencies impacted by the pandemic.

Eddy Montgomery to serve as Director of the Office of Special Prosecutions

Montgomery most recently served as Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 28th Judicial Circuit until his retirement.

Morgan County Sheriff’s K9 unit receives body armor donation

The vest was donated by Vested Interest in K9s, Inc., a non-profit organization.