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The Kentucky Department of Education reported Tuesday that its Education Continuation Task Force has discussed options about how high school graduation requirements would be met for this year’s seniors, considering how instruction has changed with COVID-19.
Gov. Andy Beshear declared a statewide emergency March 6 in response to the COVID-19 crisis. A week later, President Donald Trump declared a national state of emergency.
While child care centers in Kentucky are closed to the general public, some are still operating to care for the children of essential employees, like health care workers, first responders, pharmacists and grocery workers.
A local food program has seen a 300% increase in demand for meals after thousands of unemployed people are struggling to make ends meet after losing their jobs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Small Business Administration is running into major problems processing billion of dollars worth of loans for its Paycheck Protection Program.
Speaking in Knoxville on Friday, Gov. Bill Lee said the state is working to expand patient capacity by creating alternative health care facilities in Nashville and Knoxville.
Grease is the word, is the word that you've heard.It might be under normal circumstances, but viral is the word, about a video created by the theater students at McCracken County High School.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson says he is issuing a stay at home order that will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. Monday in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
They were able to secure some tests from the state and others from a private company to test nearly all residents and workers in the assisted living wing.
Walmart has announced it will start limiting the number of customers who are allowed in its stores at one time because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Donald Trump announced new guidance from the White House on Friday afternoon, saying the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were advising the use of "non-medical cloth based" face coverings.
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Friday gave his daily COVID-19 briefing from McCormick Place convention center in Chicago, the state's largest alternative care site for novel coronavirus patients.
The Supreme Court said on Friday that it will postpone the remaining two weeks of oral arguments that were set to begin on April 20 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Walt Wexler, the interim executive director, says the associate who tested positive has not worked in the building for six days.
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area officials have announced the temporary shutdown of facilities, campgrounds, and developed camping areas effective immediately for the safety of visitors and staff.
A lot of you are doing your part to help others in the community. Now, the ones who need our help are medical professionals. Murray State University’s Institute of Engineering are making face shields for medical staff around our region.