Coronavirus in Indiana: What to do if you can’t pay your rent or mortgage Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Evictions and foreclosures are on hold in Indiana, but you still owe your rent and mortgage in full. Here's what you need to know.

       

Will Kentucky schools be closed through summer? Beshear talking with superintendents today Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Kentucky's public schools have been closed since mid-March to halt the spread of the coronavirus.

       

Indiana coronavirus updates: Cases eclipse 3,000 as 146,000 Hoosiers file for unemployment Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Get the latest news and updates on the novel coronavirus outbreak for Indiana on Thursday, April 2, 2020.

       

Nearly 113,000 Kentuckians filed for unemployment last week, breaking record Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Some 113,000 Kentuckians filed for unemployment last week, shattering the record set a week earlier.

       

Kentucky court proceedings to be held remotely through May 1 Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

The court said the changes strengthen the court's order of a couple of weeks ago and restrict dockets, jury trials and jury service during the coronavirus pandemic.

        

Kentucky GOP legislators try to block abortion clinics from operating amid coronavirus pandemic Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron is asking that abortions be considered elective procedures, which the governor called to stop during this state of emergency.

        

Opinion: In this coronavirus scourge, is there healing for our brokenness? Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

I am prone to think the experiences of this day, as bad as they are and likely will become, will somehow move us toward the healing of our differences

       

‘Beshear Gear’ merchandise collection helps raise money for Team Kentucky Fund Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

The merchandise includes t-shirts and mugs with some of the Kentucky governor's most popular phrases.

        

Opinion: To fight the coronavirus, Kentucky needs more hospital-grade hand sanitizers Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

In this pandemic, hand hygiene and use of sanitizing products for infection prevention and control will continue to be a lifesaving tool

       

Opinion: With increased testing, Louisville can lead the fight against the coronavirus Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

If smaller cities can use randomized testing to quantify transmission and mortality rates, they could inform the global community about the epidemic

       

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