I cover a range of stories for WDRB, but really enjoy tracking what's going on at our State Capitol. I grew up on military bases all over the world, but am a Kentuckian at heart. I'm an EKU alum, and have lived in Louisville for 30 years.
Community health centers in Kentucky are getting more than $21.7 million from the federal government to help fight the coronavirus, part of the relief package passed by Congress.
The coronavirus has caused almost everyone to change the way they live, and that includes how they pay last respects to those who have died.
The online work is required, just like in a typical classroom setting.
Beshear issued an order Thursday to convert the Expo Center, normally the home of the Kentucky State Fair, into a 2,000-bed field hospital.
Roger Eckart cut hair and swapped stories for decades at what is now the Big Four barbershop in downtown Jeffersonville.
With businesses across the state shut down because of the pandemic, no one knows how much revenue to expect.
With storefronts closed and streets nearly empty, District 19 Councilman Anthony Piagentini wants Beshear to begin laying out a specific plan for what happens after the virus.
At 5 p.m., thousands of people welcome Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear into their homes for his daily briefing on the coronavirus. But some are paying more attention to the person standing next to the governor.
With the Capitol building closed to the public, about a dozen demonstrators circled the Capitol in their cars, blowing horns and displaying signs.
Face masks are now in short supply because of the coronavirus pandemic, but there is a grassroots effort to try and meet the demand.