From the Kentucky Department of Education
There were 105 newly confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in five Northern Kentucky counties over the past two days.
Unemployment rates rose in 69 Kentucky counties between February 2020 and February 2021, fell in 43, and stayed the same in eight counties, according to the Kentucky Center for Statistics (KYSTATS)
From the Kentucky Department of Transportation
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Vaccine eligibility in Kentucky will extend to all residents 16 and older starting April 5.
The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2021 regular session was gaveled to a close this evening, ending a session in which lawmakers approved a state budget for the coming fiscal year and approved numerou
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Kentucky recorded an additional 751 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, including 51 across five Northern Kentucky counties.
The Kentucky General Assembly earmarked money for full-day kindergarten during the final hours of its regular session Tuesday.
The Kentucky General Assembly spent its second to final day of the 2021 legislative session overriding gubernatorial vetoes related to the state budget on Monday.
The COVID-19 testing site established in Covington when positive cases were spiking in the state after the holidays was dismantled Monday.
The federal eviction moratorium was extended Monday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Ralph Drees, the Northern Kentucky businessman and former Kenton County Judge/Executive, died Saturday.
He was 86.
The Covington city commission meeting on Tuesday night was more welcoming to the redevelopment of the former Kenton County Government Building at 303 Court Street than the previous one a week prior