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Past articles by Grace:

GE and labor union back at the bargaining table for a third try on contract

GE and its labor union have tried twice to forge a deal its 4,000 hourly workers will ratify, and they're back at the table now for more bargaining. → Read More

COVID Watch: Prospect and Shively are the newest Louisville hotspots for COVID-19 infections

The Co-Immunity Project delivered results from a third round of random community coronavirus tests. Researchers were shocked by how fast it's spread. → Read More

COVID Watch: Vaccines 'revolutionary stuff' says U of L doctor who participated in trial

Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, now thought to be about 95% effective, are administered through two injections several weeks apart. → Read More

Gov. Andy Beshear unveils new coronavirus restrictions for Kentucky

With virus cases breaking new records, the governor ordered new restrictions aimed at slowing the spread. → Read More

How will Beshear control Kentucky's COVID-19 surge? Bars, eateries may be in crosshairs

Amid rising case counts and questions about new measures he might impose, the governor said "asking nicely" hasn't done the job in the pandemic. → Read More

COVID Watch: Infections among children are rising, right along with adults in Louisville

Kids weren't tested much early in the pandemic, but as health systems like Norton check youngsters for infections, they're finding more of them. → Read More

University of Kentucky leading COVID-19 vaccine trial with Norton, Baptist Lexington

The University of Kentucky is teaming with local health systems to take part in a coronavirus vaccine trial on 2,000 Kentuckians. → Read More

COVID Watch: Coronavirus vaccine could hit Kentucky as soon as next month, Dr. Stack says

While Dr. Steven Stack said a COVID-19 vaccine could reach Kentucky in December, it would take all of 2021 to distribute it to everyone. → Read More

COVID Watch: Cancer and the coronavirus are twin risks during this pandemic

The coronavirus and cancer pose risks together and separately, but U of L researchers have targeted a therapy that might help block the virus. → Read More

Beshear announces 456 new coronavirus cases, 5 deaths; warns of new era in pandemic

The governor continued to warn Kentuckians about high numbers of new cases and deaths from COVID-19. The state hit a record of nearly 5,000 new cases. → Read More

COVID Watch: Blood thinners, steroids showing promise to save lives in COVID-19 crisis

A look at two things doctors are doing for coronavirus patients since the pandemic has lingered. And it doesn't involve pricy drugs or new therapies. → Read More

Gov. Andy Beshear: 745 new coronavirus cases, 13 additional deaths in Kentucky

Gov. Andy Beshear's update on the coronavirus had new cases top 64,100 with 13 more deaths. The virus "is very, very real, and it's still out there." → Read More

GE Appliance union members overwhelmingly reject proposed contract

Some 87% of workers who voted said 'no' to a proposed back that would have given some modest pay hikes and frozen health insurance costs. → Read More

Beshear marks COVID-19's 'devastating' toll as Kentucky records deadliest day yet

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear scolded his critics, including GOP state legislators who questioned whether the COVID-19 death toll was being inflated → Read More

'Too many have been lost': Kentucky's coronavirus death toll surpasses 1,000

With the deaths of 16 more Kentuckians announced Wednesday, the coronavirus toll surpassed 1,000. Many worry the crisis is far from over. → Read More

COVID Watch: Car wrecks, death rates, immunity and other questions about the coronavirus

If someone is involved in a car crash and taken to the hospital, the hospital likely will test for COVID-19 as a precaution. → Read More

COVID Watch: Mixed messages coming from Louisville mayor, Gov. Andy Beshear on testing

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear are relaying conflicting info on COVID-19 testing for people without symptoms. → Read More

COVID Watch: White House steps were embraced in Kentucky, but not so much in Tennessee

Dr. Deborah Birx didn't fare as well when she stopped in Tennessee, after her Kentucky visit, to meet with Gov. Bill Lee, a Republican. → Read More

U of L Health and Baptist Health get $42.5 million in new round of COVID-19 relief money

Kentucky hospitals hit hard by the pandemic got $150 million in federal relief money. U of L Health and Baptist system got a combined $42.5 million. → Read More

Churchill Downs lost $149 million by delaying the 146th Kentucky Derby during pandemic

The gaming giant said its net revenue declined $162.9 million overall when compared with last year's second quarter at Churchill Downs. → Read More