Kentucky had a record number of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in the past week. According to Gov. Andy Beshear, 9,335 Kentuckians tested positive for the virus — far surpassing the previous record of 7,675 reported from Oct. 5-11.
The governor said Saturday's COVID-19 report is, “in a word, frightening” as Kentucky recorded its single highest day of newly reported cases, except for the one day when a backlog of cases from Fayette County were added.
Frankin County's COVID-19 case count jumped by 16 cases Friday, bringing the total number of local residents diagnosed with the virus to 831 since the pandemic began.
Dominion Senior Living wanted to let frontline workers and medical professionals in the community know how important they are, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
Since mid-August, 15 local establishments have been cited by the Franklin County Health Department for violating Gov. Andy Beshear’s COVID-19 face covering order.
Lyell Castonguay and Carand Burnet, co-owners of BIG INK Prints in New Hampshire, travel around the country with their press, named the Big Tuna, so artists can produce prints of their large scale, hand-carved woodblocks.
Gov. Andy Beshear announced 812 newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in the state Sunday, raising the total number of Kentuckians diagnosed with the virus to at 87,607.
1,295 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported by Gov. Andy Beshear on Saturday, raising the total number of Kentuckians ever diagnosed with the virus to 86,797.
Franklin County Schools released a video on its Facebook page Thursday announcing that the district will stay with virtual learning through at least next week.
The Franklin County Health Department reported seven new confirmed cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, bringing the county’s total to 761 cases since the pandemic began.
Earlier this year, staff with Franklin County Schools was anticipating good news when the Kentucky Department of Education released its School Report Card.
Gov. Andy Beshear reported 852 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state Sunday. This brings the total number of Kentuckians diagnosed with the virus to 80,292.
Gov. Andy Beshear issued a video statement Sunday informing Kentuckians that he and his family were potentially exposed to a person who tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday afternoon.
To help ensure the safety of voters and polling site workers throughout the election process, Anheuser-Busch produced and donated 83,000 ounces of hand sanitizer to polling locations across Kentucky for this November’s general election.
The Franklin County Health Department reported six new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the county's total to 729 since the pandemic began.
The Franklin County Health Department reported four new confirmed cases of COVID-19 Tuesday, bringing the county's total to 723 since the pandemic began.
In response to an escalation in coronavirus case numbers, Gov. Andy Beshear and his health commissioner escalated their pleas for Kentuckians to stop it.
With 20 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported Monday by the Franklin County Health Department, the county now has had 719 total cases since the pandemic began.
Frankfort Mayor Bill May focused on the city’s small businesses and how they can help themselves in the midst of economic uncertainty at Frankfort-Franklin County’s weekly COVID-19 press conference Monday.
State officials reported 616 new cases of the novel coronavirus Sunday, sending the seven-day rolling average over 900 for the first time and prompting Gov. Andy Beshear to weigh in with another plea in a news release.
Gov. Andy Beshear reported 616 new COVID-19 cases Sunday bringing the state total to 72,617. Seventy-six of the newly reported cases were from children ages 18 and younger, of which 16 were ages 5 and under. The youngest was just 5 months old.
“I know it's been a tough couple of days, seeing the President, the First Lady, U.S. Senators, Cam Newton and others test positive for COVID-19. But right here in the commonwealth, we now have 1,275 new cases announced today, meaning 1,275 Kentuckians have just tested positive,” said Gov. An…
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said early Friday that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus, a stunning announcement that plunges the country deeper into uncertainty just a month before the presidential election.
With eight new COVID-19 cases reported Thursday by the Franklin County Health Department, Franklin County has over 40 new cases this week, and the week isn’t over.