Kentucky COVID-19 numbers declining

Kentucky COVID-19 numbers declining Kentucky is reporting less than one-thousand new cases of COVID-19 and the state’s positive test rate is less than four-percent. Governor Beshear says the declining numbers are encouraging, but we need to remain committed to public health measures. Source: MG News Return to News

UK plans return to in-person learning

UK plans return to in-person learning The University of Kentucky is planning to return to normal operations for the 2021 semester. University officials are planning on in-person instruction, and class sizes returning to similar numbers to the fall of 2019. Virtual learning will remain in place, if needed. Source: MG News …

Taunting a police officer could become a crime

Taunting a police officer could become a crime The Kentucky State Senate passed a bill that would make it a crime to taunt a police officer. Under the legislation, anyone who “accosts, insults, taunts, or challenges” a law enforcement officer would be charged with a misdemeanor and face up to ninety days in jail.…