Kentucky saw its deadliest day since the COVID-19 pandemic began, with thirty-three new deaths reported.
The state recorded 2,931 newly confirmed coronavirus cases.
Two organizations representing Kentucky’s cities and counties want lawmakers to make increasing the gas tax to improve roadways and bridges a legislative priority during the upcoming legislative se
Kentucky colleges and universities will avoid state budget cuts this fiscal year while also receiving $20 million in federal relief to help cover costs related to COVID-19.
Kentucky recorded an additional 1,514 COVID-19 cases on Monday, including 173 in the Northern Kentucky Independent Health District counties, according to the state, though the local health departme
The Brent Spence Bridge could reopen by December 23, Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Secretary Jim Gray said Monday afternoon.
Kentucky recorded its highest weekly total of COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began, Governor Andy Beshear said on Sunday, which brought the highest-single day total for a Sunday.
For the second consecutive day, Kentucky set a record for the number of COVID-19 cases recorded in a single day.
Governor Andy Beshear announced 3,303 cases statewide.
Water traffic along the Ohio River is closed again on Friday evening following a visual inspection of the Brent Spence Bridge.
Kentucky recorded its highest number of COVID-19 cases in a single day on Friday as well as the highest number of deaths.
Ninety-four of Kentucky's 120 counties are now considered "red zone", meaning they are averaging 25 or more daily COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people.
It could be weeks or, perhaps, more than a month before repairs to the Brent Spence Bridge are completed, Kentucky Secretary of Transportation Jim Gray said Thursday in a virtual news conference al
Kentucky set another single-day record for confirmed COVID-19 cases with 2,700 statewide, Governor Andy Beshear announced.
Governor Andy Beshear warned Monday of "significant danger" from COVID-19, as another 1,745 confirmed coronavirus cases were announced statewide.
A new campaign launched in Kentucky with the mantra, Never Underestimate You!