More than 2,200 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Kentucky Friday through Sunday.
A new kind of Kentucky license plate has begun appearing on motor vehicles in the Commonwealth.
Kentucky recorded another 805 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the state's total to 54,772 since the pandemic began.
Governor Andy Beshear announced that he will "speak directly to Kentuckians" on Thursday afternoon, after the state surpassed 1,000 COVID-19-related deaths.
Kentucky recorded 273 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, and the Northern Kentucky Health Department reported 71 in the four-county region.
A statewide eviction relief fund was announced Tuesday in Kentucky.
Kentucky saw an additional 291 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Monday, including fifty-two involving children aged eighteen and under.
In his daily update on COVID-19 in Kentucky on Sunday, Governor Andy Beshear noted that the state set a record for the number of weekly new cases for the second straight week.
A voter registration campaign launched in Kentucky with a special focus on registering people who had their voting rights restored through executive action by Gov.
There were 906 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Kentucky, Governor Andy Beshear reported on Thursday, bringing the state's total over the 50,000 mark to 50,885 since the pandemic began.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) updated its guidance this week to say that faculty, staff, and students should wear face masks at all times when in school and on buses, except when activ
Governor Andy Beshear on Tuesday identified four Northern Kentucky deaths announced by the local health department on Monday as two women, ages 71 and 85, and two men, ages 87 and 88, from Campbell
Voter registration in Kentucky increased slightly following the June primary election, Secretary of State Michael G. Adams announced on Monday.
Kenton County Family Court Judge Dawn Gentry was removed from the bench following a unanimous vote by the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission.
The past week has seen the largest number of COVID-19 cases in Kentucky over a seven-day period since the pandemic began here in March.