JCPS moves to non-traditional instruction until classes resume Tuesday, Mar 24 2020 

Students will be able to learn remotely beginning on April 7 until classes are scheduled to resume on April 20.


Oldham County family says goodbye as coronavirus suddenly sends exchange student home Tuesday, Mar 24 2020 

As governments around the world are urging travelers to return home amid the COVID-19 outbreak, a foreign exchange student's time in Kentucky is cut short.


Some in recovery readjust to ‘stay at home’ order Tuesday, Mar 24 2020 

The Breakaway is a halfway house in New Albany that’s home to 14 women, whose daily patterns are bring disrupted by the pandemic.


Gov. Beshear confirms 39 new COVID-19 cases, including 1 contracted at a ‘coronavirus party’ Tuesday, Mar 24 2020 

In total, the state now has 163 cases.

Man dies after being struck by vehicle on Preston Highway Tuesday, Mar 24 2020 

Police say they responded to reports of a man in a wheelchair struck by a vehicle on Preston Highway near Indian Trail around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday.


Gov. Beshear: ‘Non-life-sustaining’ KY businesses will be closing to in-person traffic Thursday Tuesday, Mar 24 2020 

Gov. Andy Beshear said the businesses impacted by the latest order will be spelled out in an executive order Wednesday.

JCPS’ emergency food program needs strong paper bags Tuesday, Mar 24 2020 

The emergency food program says they need strong, large, thick paper bags with handles to pack up breakfasts and lunches at their food distribution sites.


Man in wheelchair hit and killed on Preston Highway Tuesday, Mar 24 2020 

Police said the driver remained at the scene while the victim was taken to University Hospital in critical condition, where he was pronounced dead.

Other states make competing offers for Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear, but he’s ours Tuesday, Mar 24 2020 

Y'all can calm down and stop trying to trade us for him.


City playgrounds, basketball courts, ball fields and free-roaming dog parks closed due to coronavirus Tuesday, Mar 24 2020 

Mayor Fischer's emergency order has been extended until May 10. He believes the next few weeks will be critical as the city tries to curb the spread of coronavirus.


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