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On a day when five former Kentucky governors and 11 members of the current General Assembly leadership publicly received COVID-19 vaccines, Gov. Andy Beshear expressed his frustration with how quickly those vaccines are being rolled out in the state.

Proclaiming the “beginning of the end of COVID-19,” Gov. Andy Beshear on Monday announced the arrival of the first vaccines proven effective against the disease even as the country passed a grim milestone – reaching a total of 300,000 lives lost.

In what he called an encouraging sign of slowing the growth in coronavirus cases statewide, Gov. Andy Beshear announced 3,114 new cases Tuesday, which is more than 1,000 cases fewer than the same day one week earlier. The state’s positivity rate fell to 9.56%.

After the state reached a grim milestone Sunday – surpassing 200,000 reported cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic started – Gov. Andy Beshear on Monday aimed to buoy Kentuckians’ resolve by sharing an update on vaccine distribution.

After announcing nine Warren County virus deaths over the weekend, Gov. Andy Beshear on Monday promised a “light at the end of the tunnel” for Kentuckians – the state could get its first vaccine doses by mid-December.

In 2018, Bowling Green native Scott Cleveland was diagnosed with the beginnings of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. However, his diagnosis would only be the beginning of his problems.

Whether it’s the $2.2 trillion bill pushed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., or the $500 billion plan put forward by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Kentucky’s junior senator doesn’t have to think twice before deciding where he stands on more pandemic relief from the fe…

March sadness has set in for Bowling Green’s hotel industry, mirroring a national trend spurred by a coronavirus pandemic that has turned the usually busy spring season from robust to bust.

As preschoolers strolled into The Foundry Christian Community Center on Thursday wearing brightly colored backpacks and cloth face masks, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., surveyed the scene and welcomed students to school, afterward speaking to reporters about the prospects of another federal sti…

Last spring, when the coronavirus pandemic prompted governors across the country to issue stay-at-home orders, leaving millions in quarantine and searching for productive ways to spend their time, language learning apps like Duolingo reported all-time highs in use.