Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting
Ky. Still Can’t Waive Unemployment Overpayment Debt
The most recent federal coronavirus relief package finally grants states that option, but it will have no effect in Kentucky. That’s because debt forgiveness still isn’t allowed under state law. The post Ky. Still Can’t Waive Unemployment Overpayment Debt appeared first on Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting.
While Women Make Gains In Police Jobs, Ky. Agencies Are Increasingly Male
Women are making strides in police forces across the country. But in Kentucky, progress remains distant. The post While Women Make Gains In Police Jobs, Ky. Agencies Are Increasingly Male appeared first on Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting.
Our COVID-19 Tracker Gives You County-Level Data On The Coronavirus
Since Kentucky’s first COVID-19 patient was confirmed nearly a month ago, cases of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus have continued to increase in the state. Along with that increase in cases comes an increase in questions: How many cases are there around me? How many people in my community have died? How do The post Our COVID-19 Tracker Gives You County-Level Data On The Coronavirus appeared first on Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting.
The key environmental policy priorities for the South, according to experts
Community leaders, lawyers, and advocates throughout the region discuss what they see as the most urgent economic, environmental, and racial justice issues to tackle in the new administration.
Northern Kentucky Tribune
Jason Glass: Time of new beginnings for high school seniors and for planning the what’s-next in your lives
January is a time for new beginnings, perhaps this year more so than most. With a COVID-19 vaccine already being distributed in Kentucky, we can look forward to a time when we all can return to a more normal life. It soon will be a time of new beginnings for this year’s high school seniors.
Thanks to Dolly and an amazing collaboration of Campbell Public Library and schools, kids get books
By Judy Clabes NKyTribune editor Imagine this – a most perfect collaboration across multiple districts in Campbell County that pays off in the most amazing ways. It makes for a great story if it were put into a book, but the best part is, it’s real – a fairy tale come to life, as a
Beshear reports 4,084 cases, 51 deaths, plan to increase speed of vaccines, unemployment update
Gov. Andy Beshear, state officials and Kroger leadership announced a new partnership to significantly increase the speed of COVID-19 vaccinations across the Commonwealth. Beshear reported 4,084 new cases and 51 deaths. The first Kroger regional, drive-through vaccination sites will open the week of Feb. 1 for Kentuckians in Phase 1A, 1B and 1C. The Governor
Ohio Valley ReSource
Driven Off The Road And Assaulted: Animal Rights Group Confronts Alleged Cockfighting In Southeastern Ohio
Members of an Illinois-based animal protection group say one of their members was assaulted and another was driven off the road recently after confronting a suspected cockfighting event in southeastern Ohio. Animal rights activist Steve Hindi said his group Showing Animals Respect & Kindness, or SHARK, received a tip from the group’s hotline about a The post Driven Off The Road And Assaulted: Animal Rights Group Confronts Alleged Cockfighting In Southeastern Ohio appeared first on Ohio Valley ReSource.
After ‘Dark Day’ In Washington, Ohio Valley Lawmakers And Residents Who Were There Take Stock
Owensboro, Kentucky, pastor Brian Gibson spoke at an event in Washington, D.C., Tuesday that combined religion with support for President Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn the results of the election. “How many of you all believe that the people we elected are going to do what’s right tomorrow?” Gibson asked the crowd at Washington’s Freedom The post After ‘Dark Day’ In Washington, Ohio Valley Lawmakers And Residents Who Were There Take Stock appeared first on Ohio Valley ReSource.
U.S. Says Rioters At Capitol Aimed ‘To Capture And Assassinate Elected Officials’
Federal prosecutors say members of the pro-Trump mob intended "to capture and assassinate elected officials."
NPR’s ‘Throughline’ Debuts On WFPL
The past is never past. Every headline has a history. Tune in every week as we go back in time to understand the present.
Ky. Plans Expanded Coronavirus Vaccinations Next Month; COVID Deaths Top 3,000
The state is partnering with Kroger to set up regional drive-thru vaccination sites.
WATCH: President-Elect Biden Speaks On COVID Plan
President-elect Biden is set to deliver remarks in which he will "outline his vaccination and economic rescue legislative package."
Lexington’s Rupp Arena Hosts First Live Concert Since Pandemic-Related Shutdown
About 2,800 tickets were available for the “Acoustic Concert,” headlined by Brantley Gilbert, roughly 15% of the indoor venue’s capacity.