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Governor expands travel ban, state camprounds closed

During his daily briefing Thursday afternoon, Gov. Andy Beshear announced he has expanded the travel restriction so that people coming to Kentucky from out of state and staying will have to quarantine for 14 days.

Horse farms offer ‘peaceful’ online tours

At this time of year, horse farm tours usually are cranking up. Farms still offering the peace and tranquility through social media.

Baptist Health Lexington restricts visitors in response to coronavirus

Baptist Health Lexington says each patient can only choose two people to provide support during their hospital stay.

UK Healthcare restricts visitors during flu season

Some visitors might be turned away from UK Hospital if they don't meet temporary flu restrictions.

Total Solar Eclipse expected to bring thousands to western Kentucky

A Total Solar Eclipse in August is expected to bring thousands of visitors to western Kentucky.

Museum’s mine tours draw thousands of visitors yearly

Tours of a replica coal mine at a museum in western Kentucky are attracting thousands of visitors each year.

Bevin to rededicate center in honor of military families

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin will rededicate the Capitol Education Center to honor Kentucky families who have lost loved ones in the military.

Ark park attracts 400K visitors in first few months

Kentucky's $100 million Ark Encounter biblical theme park has drawn more than 400,000 visitors since its opening.

Daniel Boone visitors asked to complete survey

The U.S. Forest Service says it will be conducting surveys over the next year at the Daniel Boone Nation Forest to determine recreational trends and the interests of national forest visitors.

Visitors to national parks in Kentucky spent $113.5 million

A National Park Service report shows that more than 1.7 million visitors to national parks in Kentucky spent $113.5 million in the state last year.

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Lexington Library now has 10 more ‘wi-fi hotspots’ to help customers

Traditional Bank donation helps the cause, libraries now have 40 to check out

Drug complaints spark searches, seven arrests in Carter

Two homes searched, cash, drugs seized.

Transy students from Lexington, Georgetown earn Fulbright honors

Two Transylvania University seniors have won extremely competitive Fulbright grants to serve as English teaching assistants abroad.

State gets waiver of accountability requirements for 2020-2021 school year

The U.S. Department of Education has granted Kentucky a waiver of some accountability, school identification and reporting requirements in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act for the 2020-2021 school year.