Photo ID Voting In KY Vetoed

Photo ID Voting In KY Vetoed Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear on Friday vetoed a bill pushed by Republican lawmakers to require Kentucky residents to show a government-issued photo ID in order to vote.In his veto message, the governor said the measure would create an obstacle to voting, resulting in fewer people casting ballots and…

KY Churches Defy Order

KY Churches Defy Order Some Kentucky churches held Palm Sunday services in defiance of Gov. Andy Beshear’s warning against in-person worship.Dozens of people were at Maryville Baptist Church in Louisville on Sunday, news outlets reported. A video showed a pianist playing and choir members singing during the late morning service.Beshear warned during his daily…

KY Schools Update

KY Schools Update The Kentucky Department of Education is asking the public for comment on the request and approval to bypass standardized testing this school year.The state applied for a waiver last month after the federal government announced that students affected by schools closures due to the coronavirus pandemic can bypass the testing. The…

Preparing For The Worst

Preparing For The Worst The United States and Britain are bracing for one of their darkest weeks in living memory as the social and financial toll of the coronavirus pandemic deepened. Italy, Spain and France saw signs that they are flattening the pandemic curve, but are still reporting hundreds of people dying each day.…

COVID-19 Update From Governor Beshear

COVID-19 Update From Governor Beshear Governor Andy Beshear gave his daily update on COVID-19.Beshear announced 38 new cases and 5 new deaths. This brings the state totals to 955 and 45.The Governor also confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in Leslie County.The Leslie County patient is a 76-year-old woman who is currently in self-isolation…