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Gov. Andy Beshear has touted inmates in state prisons making masks to help overcome the PPE shortage in the state. Woodford County is doing it, too.
A glimpse inside the front lines of the coronavirus battle through the eyes of a UK nursing student.
A proposal was introduced at Monday night's Board of Education meeting that would increase starting pay for school bus drivers across the district.
According to The State Journal, Franklin County Schools is having problems finding substitute teachers to cover for absent teachers.
Fayette County Public Schools is experiencing a shortage of bus drivers.
The American Red Cross is adding an incentive for donors as a way to encourage people to give blood during an emergency shortage of all blood types.
Wednesday was the last day to register to become a precinct officer for next week's Kentucky primary.
Christmas is getting closer and if you're thinking of buying a live tree, you might want to do it soon.
Kentucky State Police is facing a manpower shortage, according to officials.
A spokesperson for the Fayette Co. school district says they are weathering a shortage of school bus drivers.
While thousands of people from across the country responded to the emergency request for blood and platelet donations issued by the American Red Cross in early July, a critical blood shortage remains.
Kentucky's major employers say they can't find enough qualified workers as the state climbs out of a national recession.
Too much rain but not enough water in Estill County where there is a critical water shortage.
Emergency managers in Estill County say they've lifted the critical water shortage the region was facing but would still like residents to boil their water.
Progress is being made to refill the Estill County water system, but thousands are still without water for a third day.
The Estill Water District and Irvine Municipal Utilities company are asking all residents to please conserve water, only using it for the necessities.
Kentucky State Police is about 100 troopers short of its authorized staffing level, due in part to retirements and challenges in finding recruits.
Some Lexington pharmacies are running out of Tamiflu, the medicine used to fight the flu and keep it from spreading.
Kentucky and the propane industry are asking families who use propane for heat to fill up their tanks before it's too late.
The harsh winter has taken a toll on the Kentucky Blood Center's blood supply. Donors are desperately needed to give blood.
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