Kentucky has over 750 coronavirus cases according to an update Thursday from Governor Andy Beshear, who also signed an executive order that day commuting the sentences of nearly 200 state inmates deemed "medically vulnerable" to the new virus.
The Atmos Energy/Robert W. Best Charitable Giving Fund has donated more than $1 million to food banks throughout the United States in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Governor Andy Beshear announced there are at least 687 confirmed coronavirus cases in Kentucky on Wednesday, nearly 40 of which are reportedly in the south central region.
Kentucky's biggest day-to-day spike in coronavirus cases came Tuesday, when Gov. Andy Beshear announced at least 114 new confirmations, bringing the state's total to at least 594.
The first person to pass away from the novel coronavirus in southcentral Kentucky was a 90-year-old woman from Simpson County, according to an announcement Monday by Governor Andy Beshear, who also signed an executive order that day limiting out-of-state travel for Kentuckians.
Governor Andy Beshear reported an additional 92 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Kentucky on Saturday, bringing the state total to 394.
Kentucky reportedly has over 300 coronavirus cases according to an update Friday by Governor Andy Beshear.
A fifth person has died of the novel coronavirus in Kentucky as the state's total amount of confirmed cases rose to 198 on Wednesday, according to Governor Andy Beshear.
Terry Stice was indicted by a Warren County grand jury in the shooting incident at O'Charley's that left two people dead.
Kentucky's largest spike in cases came Tuesday after Governor Andy Beshear reported an additional 39 cases, bringing the state's total up to 163. He also said one person tested positive after attending a so-called "coronavirus party."
Warren County Sheriff's Deputies arrested Robert Windham, 42, of Bowling Green, after responding to his residence on a report of shots fired.
Cumberland Trace Elementary staff paraded through local neighborhoods honking, waving and sharing words of encouragement with students on Monday.
The amount of coronavirus cases in Warren County has risen to four, and a third Kentuckian diagnosed with the virus passed away, according to updates from officials on Saturday.