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Update on Matthew Mitchell’s recovery from brain surgery

Kentucky women’s basketball head coach Matthew Mitchell gives an update on his condition after recovering from brain surgery. … Click to Continue »

Company trying to build Kentucky aluminum mill in talks to sell key asset cheap

The company trying to raise money to build an aluminum mill touted as an economic lifeline for northeastern Kentucky is considering selling a key asset at a fraction of what … Click to Continue »

Wook-O-Ween returns to The Burl with revitalized lineup, sound

A lot of area events and traditions have had to be canceled or postponed this year due to COVID-19, but Wook-O-Ween, the annual Halloween gathering by local bluegrass music troupe … Click to Continue »

Lexington enters ‘red zone’ with sixth-highest day of new COVID-19 cases

After the sixth highest day of new COVID-19 cases, Fayette County has returned to the state’s “red zone,” indicating a high incidence rate, according to the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department. … Click to Continue »

Kentucky based bluegrass band to give sneak peek of new album at Wook-O-Ween

The Wooks are preparing for their annual Halloween gathering, Wook-O-Ween, at The Burl. This year’s event will be outdoors because of COVID-19. … Click to Continue »

Jury acquits Kentucky police officer accused of using excessive force

A federal jury acquitted the assistant police chief of a small Eastern Kentucky city on a charge of using excessive force during an arrest last year. Kenny Ray Raleigh was … Click to Continue »

Sen. Mitch McConnell and Amy McGrath make stops on the campaign trail in Central Kentucky

Sen. Mitch McConnell and Amy McGrath make stops on the campaign trail in Central Kentucky. … Click to Continue »

Where do Trump, Biden stand in battleground states? What polls show 5 days out

Democratic nominee Joe Biden is leading Republican President Donald Trump in all six battleground states with Election Day less than a week away. But he’s ahead by razor-thin margins in … Click to Continue »

United to test all passengers on some flights for COVID-19 in new transatlantic trial

United Airlines will soon test all passengers for COVID-19 on some flights to London, the airline announced Thursday. Starting Nov. 16, all crew members and passengers over the age of … Click to Continue »

Fauci says COVID-19 mask mandate is needed. ‘We are on a very difficult trajectory’

Dr. Anthony Fauci gave a strong recommendation Wednesday toward a national mask mandate as COVID-19 cases continue to climb across the United States. Asked by CNBC’s Shepard Smith if the … Click to Continue »

Campaigning in COVID-19 hot spots? McGrath, McConnell weigh safety as election ends.

There’s an old rule for political staffers planning campaign events: never book a room you can’t fill. At least, that was the rule before social distancing. Before masks. Before Kentucky … Click to Continue »

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