Grace Finerman, WKYT

Grace Finerman


Lexington, KY, United States

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Past articles by Grace:

Lexington health expert gives tips for safe trick-or-treating

Excitement is at a high ahead of the first “normal” Halloween in two years. But is it safe to trick or treat this year given the pandemic? Yes, according to Baptist Health Lexington nursing director Whitney Heet. → Read More

Potential engineering mistake halts work on Georgetown’s new wastewater plant

The pause affects construction on developments, as the city’s running out of sewer capacity. Now, continued growth for the city could be delayed. → Read More

Kentucky hospitals reviewing visitation policies as COVID-19 cases decrease

COVID-19 cases are declining statewide and some hospitals are now reviewing their visitation policies. → Read More

National Prescription Take Back Day aims to prevent drug abuse

October 23rd is National Prescription Take Back Day. In Lexington, many dropped off unused, unwanted, or expired medications. → Read More

Ky. pharmacies preparing for increased demand for COVID-19 boosters

The FDA and the CDC have given the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster shots the go-ahead. They also said people can mix and match doses from any of the three vaccines currently approved in the U.S. → Read More

UK’s J. David Rosenberg College of Law hosts second daylong Breonna Taylor Symposium

Over a year and a half ago, the killing of Breonna Taylor spurred protests nationwide. Professors and scholars put the killing under a microscope, focusing on the search warrant. → Read More

Kentucky’s state-based health insurance exchange, kynect, relaunches

Governor Andy Beshear says he is trying to ensure all Kentuckians have access to health care. Friday, Kentucky’s state-based health insurance exchange, kynect, was relaunched: → Read More

Is the supply chain crisis impacting Halloween shopping?

Economists say slower shipping and difficulty keeping items on the shelves is a side effect of the pandemic and one that could now affect how Halloween lovers are getting into the spooky spirit. → Read More

Kentucky Children’s Hospital seeing surge in COVID-19 patients

Doctors with Kentucky Children’s Hospital in Lexington say they’re in the middle of a big surge, seeing six times more critically ill patients than they have during any time of the pandemic. → Read More

Vaccination clinics continue at Centro de San Juan Diego in Lexington

Sunday morning, Centro de San Juan Diego held a COVID-19 vaccination clinic with a targeted approach. It focused on the Hispanic community, ensuring they have equal opportunities to get the shot. → Read More

SEC Nation broadcasts from Lexington ahead of LSU showdown

Time is ticking before the sold-out showdown between Kentucky and LSU at Kroger Field. The last time UK beat the tigers was back in 2007. Now, SEC Nation is shining bright lights upon Big Blue Nation. → Read More

Winchester, Clark County declare state of emergency after flash flooding

Police say Winchester Mayor Ed Burtner and Clark County Judge-Executive Chris Pace have both declared a state of emergency. → Read More

Chain businesses in Kentucky struggling to find employees

In the Commonwealth, and nationwide, businesses are struggling to find employees. This hiring crisis is affecting chains. One local organization is doing what it can to help. → Read More

Chain businesses in Kentucky struggling to find employees

In the Commonwealth, and nationwide, businesses are struggling to find employees. This hiring crisis is affecting chains. One local organization is doing what it can to help. → Read More

Lexington recovery center renovated due to help from community

The Alano Club, opened in 1986 on East 2nd Street in Lexington, helps people in recovery from addiction. After three decades, the space dedicated to assisting others needed a renovation. But, the community of Lexington came together, making this project one coming from the heart. → Read More

Georgetown veterans remember those killed on Mogadishu Mile

In October of 1993, 19 soldiers were killed in Mogadishu, Somalia. → Read More

Scott County to honor ‘hero’ who helped students during bus fire

After a Scott County school bus carrying the football team caught on fire Friday northbound on I-75, a truck driver made sure everyone got off safely. Now, parents and school district officials are giving Alvin Edwards the thank you he deserves. → Read More

St. Claire Regional Medical Center overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients

As the debate on covid booster shots continue, hospitals across the Commonwealth are still reporting overwhelming numbers. St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Morehead is having trouble finding space and staff to take care of patients. → Read More

Lexington survivor makes a difference during Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month

September is Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month in the Commonwealth. The proclamation was made by Governor Beshear in 2020 after a survivor reached out to his office. → Read More

UK holds COVID-19 vaccine clinic before football game

UK officials said he hoped the clinic would encourage football fans. → Read More