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This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with Dr. Brooke Hudspeth with the UK College of Pharmacy about the university's role in getting the COVID-19 vaccine to vulnerable populations in our area.


Karyn Czar / WUKY

Gov. Andy Beshear is urging all schools return to or expand some form of in-person learning starting March 1.

Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams is praising legislation that would make early in-person voting a fixture in Kentucky’s elections. The bills have been introduced in the House and Senate.

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Kentucky is receiving a large shipment of COVID-19 vaccine this week after winter weather delayed last week’s batch. Gov. Andy Beshear said Tuesday the state is receiving about 152,000 doses. Last week just 6,800 doses arrived.

Sherman Fracher

Kentucky lawmakers are considering a bill that Republican sponsors say will help replenish the state's unemployment trust fund and set rules for waiving overpayments made to claimants.

Advanced D&D Episode 9

Feb 23, 2021

Advanced D&D is a brand new podcast hosted by Dan Wu and DeBraun Thomas!

In this epsiode, Dan & DeBraun react to the US hitting 500,000 deaths from COVID 19 & the ice storms in Texas, talk WandaVision, and more! Not to mention, Dan shares his experience playing a real game of D&D (yes, actual dungeons and dragons) for charity!

*Views expressed on this podcast do not represent those of WUKY*

 

Ashland The Henry Clay Estate

For years, people from all over the world have been coming to Ashland the Henry Clay Estate to learn more about the 19th century politician known to history as the Great Compromiser. But starting in 2020 they’ve also been exposed to the not so virtuous side of this famous Kentuckian. Henry Clay – Popular Statesman AND Slaveholder.  Traces is the only known guided Slavery tour in the entire state. WUKY's Alan Lytle recently took the tour and he files this report.

  

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It remains a waiting game for those watching a Kentucky House committee's deliberations on impeachment petitions against Gov. Andy Beshear and Attorney General Daniel Cameron.

The state is expanding the list of who can be vaccinated against COVID-19. On Monday, Governor Andy Beshear announced that regional COVID-19 vaccinations centers will move to 1C on March 1st.  That group includes:

  • All essential workers as designated by CDC (including grocery store employees, postal workers, media and public safety)
  • All 60 and older
  • All 16 and older with underlying conditions

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The Kentucky High School Athletics Association is facing a legal challenge over its return-to-play policy for students who test positive for the coronavirus.

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