Only one new death was reported, raising the state's death toll to 773.
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Negotiations over the next stimulus package have stalled on Capitol Hill with Democrats and Trump administration officials walking away after talks broke down on Friday.
"I think it's important for us to recognize that all of us did individual things these four years that are super important and special to us. It's a big milestone, so it's important that we still get the recognition," one graduate said.
It appears the Cardinals may have been the only one of 30 teams that had positive tests during the seven-day period that ended Thursday.
Because of a recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the area, a southern Illinois school district is opting to begin the school year with all students learning from home.
As many schools across the state prepare to reopen in the coming weeks, Kentucky's teachers union says the state's public schools should not resume in-person classes yet.
DeWine was tested as part of the "standard protocol" to greet Trump on the tarmac at Burke Lakefront Airport, the governor's office said in a statement. He returned to Columbus, where he and his wife Fran were both to be tested.
The Purchase District Health Department reports 21 new COVID-19 cases in its five-county district Thursday, nearly half of which are from McCracken County.
Landing in Cleveland shortly after the news broke, Trump wished DeWine well in light of his diagnosis and told the crowd gathered at the airport that DeWine is a "great guy" who has "done a fantastic job."
From protocols for screening, to cleaning, to keeping students and staff safe in class, Calloway County Schools has completed its back-to-school plan.
The health department offered free testing in advance of lawmakers returning to work for an ongoing special session on crime.
Gov. Andy Beshear reports 546 new cases of COVID-19 in Kentucky Wednesday, including 21 kids ages 5 and under.
Multiple west Kentucky communities in the Local 6 area will receive CARES Act funding, as millions of dollars in aid for Kentucky were announced Wednesday.
In the current COVID-19 era, birthday wishes can be hard to fulfill when you can’t see family in person. But a Bay Area family recently figured out a way to make a grandmother’s birthday dream come true.
Two West Tennessee school districts have been working diligently to come with plans to send students back to school safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Purchase District Health Department reports 10 new cases of COVID-19 in Fulton County, as well as a newly confirmed virus-related death.
Doctors in Calloway County, Kentucky, say they're concerned with the growing number of COVID-19 cases and deaths in their county.
Despite rising cases in west Kentucky, people are still out and about. We looked at traffic data to get a better picture of just how many people.
The non-denominational Christian school released a statement Tuesday, saying a survey of students' found that the majority of parents want their children to go back to school and "strive toward a school year as normal as practicable."
Lee said Monday that the special legislative session will convene Aug. 10 to address not only COVID-19 liability but also “telehealth services and laws governing the Capitol grounds.”
Two Southern Illinois school districts say the past few months have been incredibly challenging, and they're still finalizing their back to school plans.
Landlords can now remove their tenants for late payments, but must give them 30 days notice before eviction.
There are two big reasons schools should go back to in-person learning, Fauci said Monday. Students need the psychological and nutritional benefits of being in school, and parents may have to "dramatically modify their work schedule."
Hedy Harden, chairwoman of Missouri CURE, a St. Louis-based prisoner advocacy organization, says people who work at prisons are those most likely to introduce the virus to the facilities.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn presented a year's worth of PPE and cleaning supplies to the teachers at Obion County Central High School.
Another day will go by with out an extra $600 in federal unemployment benefits for those out of work. That bonus expired last week. More benefits are tied to a new stimulus package that both parties are still negotiating in Congress.
Titled "It Only Works If You Wear It," the campaign includes TV and streaming audio and radio ads, as well as billboards, digital display and video and social media ads.
Researchers wrote that cases and hospitalizations appear to be stable in large urban areas, while many small metro areas continue to see growth.