MADISONVILLE -- In the final moments of the Second Region semifinal contest between University Heights Academy and Madisonville-North Hopkins, Will Bryan had the ball on his foot and was in prime position to take a shot. Most Fayette students will learn from home until winter break. Jim Beam is launching a new premium Kentucky bourbon. Real-time updates and all local stories you want right in the palm of your hand. Judicial economy or politics? A childcare provider in Lexington is accused of abusing a baby back in 2013. USAF Col. Brent Thompson, age 90 of Cadiz, KY, died on Oc…, Jesse Lee Lane, age 90 of Hopkinsville, passed away on Oct. 14…, Jewell Hayden “J.B.” Bealmear, age 63, of Cadiz, passed away W…, John “Junie” Shumate, age 98 of Elkton, passed away 5:41 a.m.,…. A Friday cold front brings changes for the weekend. Board scraps hybrid plan. State leaders were on hand Wednesday morning for the ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new 2.76 million square foot greenhouse in Rowan County. Here’s where you can buy the luxury bottle. Lexington police tighten policies on off-duty employment, require uniforms, cameras, College football on television this weekend (Oct. 22-24), The John Clay Podcast: Kentucky-Missouri football preview, Poll shows McConnell with single-digit lead over McGrath in KY with two weeks to go, Investigation underway after Kentucky woman dies in train accident, police say, See Kentucky fall splendor on the fly with zip-line through tree canopy. Jennifer Frazier died Tuesday morning after being hit by a train. To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. 2020 will go down as one of the most challenging years in history for our country, our state, and of course our educators. ‘They’re a championship team.’, Trump, COVID-19 and rematches highlight Kentucky state House races. Winners announced in inaugural 4-H bale trail, By Michele Vowell HENDERSON — Henderson County and University Heights Academy have been in this exact scenario in each of the last five years. As we head into the holidays, Governor Andy Beshear is cracking down on large gatherings. A few passing clouds. Manager of the McDonald’s in Hazard, Jennifer Hammond, won a Ray Kroc Award. Governor Andy Beshear has provided a virtual update on COVID-19 cases in Kentucky.

Kentucky Treasurer Alison Ball says Governor Andy Beshear violated the constitution when he made some of his executive orders in the early days of the pandemic, specifically regarding church attendance. The next few days will give you flashbacks of September. Read local news from Lexington Kentucky and its surrounding counties. The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department reported 118 new COVID-19 cases for its update for Wednesday.

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It has been 15 years since Lisa Phelps lost her ring. By WKYT News Staff. Employees at Sayre have switched gears from preventing the virus from entering the doors to stopping the spread from the inside. The shooting happened Wednesday afternoon in the area of West Fifth and Smith St. Our run of very warm air continues today! ‘She would forgive them.’ Former UK nurse, 82, killed in Lexington cross fire, Lexington is ‘likely exiting’ its COVID-19 plateau.

The Lexington Police Department has changed its policy for officers working off-duty. Read more, For a scary good time, Hopkinsville-Christian County offers several haunting experiences for the entire family this Halloween season. It hasn't always been that way. 804 talking about this.

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department reported 84 new COVID-19 cases for its update for Tuesday. Could it change again? Kentucky Gov. Sign up for the PM Newsletter and get the day’s biggest stories in your inbox. Find headlines on state level events, protests, KY businesses and more. Can Kentucky voters in COVID-19 isolation or quarantine still cast a ballot?

Joel Pett: Why steal the election when it can be bought? Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph.. A few passing clouds. The education budget is being called a major obstacle by state leaders. 1,330 new KY coronavirus cases and 17 deaths. Bluegrass, red state.

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Read more, By Robert Augsdorfer Our Friday cold front looks to bring active weather to the region. Legal fight brewing over Kentucky court seat. Slight chance of a rain shower. Ret. But as always, they rose to the occasion. Andy Beshear reported Wednesday the second highest daily increase in COVID-19 cases. Slight chance of a rain shower. Low 66F. Browse Newsweek archives of photos, videos and articles on Kentucky. The concern over COVID-19 concern is one reason the Fayette County School Board voted Monday night to stick with virtual learning for the rest of 2020. A new Mason-Dixon poll shows positive approval ratings of Governor Andy Beshear and Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s job performances. Even in elections, people are never our true enemies; the big battles are spiritual. So he walks to school, Why a Democratic landslide could crush the GOP for years to come, Trump falsely claims best economy in history in '60 Minutes' interview, Lady Blazers advance to district finals in five-set thriller, UHA advances, Colonels fall in region quarterfinals, Lady Cols fall, Trigg wins in region tourney, Second Region Tournament continues tonight, Setting Sisters: Beth and Sarah sharing setting experience together, Boys Soccer second region tournament postponed, Local teams set to begin Second Region Tournament tonight, Steven M. Sipple: A legitimate concern about Martinez; and heading off heated Chinander talk, Watch now: Don't call them turnovers, the Illinois football team comes up with takeaways, Two-Minute Drill: Breaking down the highlights from Scott Frost's Thursday availability, Red Report: Frost says it's unclear if juco WR Manning will make trip; Culp wins kicking job, The rise of QAnon isn’t surprising. Low 66F.