‘While COVID-19 remains a threat, we are no longer in crisis’ | Gov. Beshear holds final COVID-19 briefing Friday, Jun 11 2021 

Gov. Beshear signed a new executive order officially rescinding Kentucky's mask mandate in most settings and capacity restrictions.


Kentucky’s high court reviews case testing executive powers Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

The Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in a lawsuit challenging new laws aimed at limiting Gov. Beshear’s authority to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Kentucky’s mask mandate, capacity restrictions end tomorrow. Here’s what you need to know Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

The state's mask mandate will be lifted and capacity can return to 100% June 11.


Louisville-area YMCA branches offering free childcare to allow parents, caregivers to get vaccinated Tuesday, Jun 8 2021 

“The YMCA is committed to equitable access to the vaccine and childcare should not be a barrier to receiving the vaccine," Jennifer Flower of the YMCA said.


Kentucky introduces ‘Shot at a Million’ COVID-19 vaccine lottery with $1 million jackpot Friday, Jun 4 2021 

Three Kentuckians, who have been vaccinated or get the vaccine, can win $1 million. Additionally, 15 people aged 12-17 will be entered to win free college tuition.


Yes, vaccine lotteries can increase vaccinations Friday, Jun 4 2021 

In the race towards herd immunity, cold hard cash seems to be a convincing factor - but it hasn't worked for everyone.


New lab in Louisville identifying cancers and treatments faster Thursday, Jun 3 2021 

The Norton Cancer Institute Genomics Lab in St. Matthews is home to our area's first on-site genomic testing, known as next generation sequencing (NGS).


Commissioners vote to end Scott County needle exchange Wednesday, Jun 2 2021 

On Wednesday evening, Scott County commissioners voted 2-1 to end the program which provides access to sterile needles.


‘Such an exciting time for us’ | Norton Children’s Hospital to begin COVID-19 vaccine trial for children 11 and younger Wednesday, Jun 2 2021 

Norton Children's is planning to enroll 100 local volunteers aged six months to 11-years-old to participate in a Pfizer vaccine trial.


Sacred Heart graduate battling rare illness that causes paralysis Friday, May 28 2021 

Paige Enyhart and her family are now hoping the community can help them make necessary changes to her home so it's ready when she leaves the hospital in July.


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