There were 731 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Kentucky on Friday, including 50 in five Northern Kentucky counties.
Hundreds of additional COVID-related deaths were reported in Kentucky on Thursday following a death certificate audit, Governor Andy Beshear said.
Kentucky recorded 963 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, including 67 in five Northern Kentucky counties.
Lawmakers raced to approve bills in the figurative and literal 11th hour Tuesday evening.
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This article has been corrected to reflect that eleven people are being monitored for Ebola symptoms.
The Kentucky General Assembly approved the second half of the state’s 24-month spending plan Monday after uncertainties from COVID-19 cut budget negotiation short nearly a year ago.
Monday brought news of the one millionth vaccine administered in Kentucky, plans for a permanent memorial to the more than 5,000 lives lost in the state (including 23 on Monday, a 47-y
Kentucky continues to see lower daily COVID-19 case counts compared to where the state was at the beginning of the year.
Almost everyone Rep. Rachel Roberts (D-Newport) spoke to about Senate Bill 52 asked: “How is this not already law in Kentucky?”
The Kentucky Senate and House of Representatives convened only two days this week.
Legislation that would primarily increase the punishment for crimes committed during a riot passed the Kentucky Senate Thursday by a 22-11 vote.
Grade school students in Kentucky may soon have access to funds to allow them more choices in where they go to school.
Northern Kentucky saw an uptick in confirmed positive COVID-19 cases on Thursday, more than it had seen in the previous three days combined.
Beechwood Independent Schools Superintendent Dr.