Staff at River's Bend will continue to follow safety measures put into place by the Centers for Disease Control.
The Illinois Department of Public Health has filed emergency rules mandating long-term care facilities to comply with infection control practices, including testing all residents and staff for COVID-19.
Since March, Paducah road department workers have been delivering food from local food pantries to local families, and while it's a different addition to their schedule, it's also a great one.
He likes to create art. He likes to interact with friends. And although his life has been turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic, he remains positive.
The House voted on Thursday to pass bipartisan legislation to make changes to the Paycheck Protection Program set up to help struggling small businesses with emergency loans during the pandemic, the latest effort on Capitol Hill to address economic fallout from the Covid-19 crisis.
A vulnerability with Kentucky's online portal for unemployment benefits was discovered in April, officials announced Thursday.
From funding concerns, to what the school year will look like, the extent of the COVID-19 pandemic's impact is still unknown.
Carbondale Park District will begin lessening restrictions at Hickory Ridge Public Golf Course as the state moves into Phase 3 of the Restore Illinois public health approach to reopening the economy.
Roughly 2.1 million people applied for U.S. unemployment benefits last week. About 41 million people have now applied for aid since the virus outbreak intensified in March, though not all of them are still unemployed.
Breathing is what keeps our hearts pumping, our organs working, and our brains healthy. You already know how important it is, so you can probably imagine how important the medical experts who keep us breathing are.
A shift to mail voting is increasing the chances that Americans will not know the winner of November’s presidential race on election night, which is fueling worries that the President will use the delay to sow doubts about the results.
The four new cases include a man in his 40s who is in isolation in the hospital, as well as two preteen boys and a woman in her 50s who are in isolation in their respective homes.
Four-hundred Kentuckians have died in the COVID-19 pandemic, after Gov. Andy Beshear reported six new coronavirus-related deaths in the state Wednesday.
JEFFERSON CITY, MO— The first phase of Missouri's Show-Me Strong Recovery plan is set to expire Sunday, and the next steps will be announced Thursday.
Starfish Orphan Ministry in Paducah will reopen to the public on Monday. The nonprofit is looking for volunteers to help serve families in need across the Local 6 area.
The Marshall County Public Library has recently been awarded a $10,000 programming grant from the Kentucky Humanities Council, which will allow the library to provide programming to people of all ages throughout the summer.
There will be drive through testing for COVID-19 in Cape Girardeau County on June 5th. The tests are open to all residents of Missouri who register online. You do not have to have COVID-19 symptoms to be eligible for testing.
Walt Disney World is presenting its plans for reopening after being shuttered along with Florida’s other theme parks since mid-March because of the new coronavirus.
French lawmakers were set to vote Wednesday on whether to endorse a contact-tracing app designed to contain the spread of the coronavirus amid sharp debate over privacy concerns.
When you need that helping hand or advice, it's comforting to know there are people in our community, like hardware store employees, who have the answers and are always there to help.
Only about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
For the first time, Twitter has flagged some of President Donald Trump’s tweets with a fact-check warning after he tweeted that mail-in ballots are "fraudulent" and predicted that "mail boxes will be robbed," among other things.
The city of Paducah is facing some tough financial decisions as it works to balance the budget for the next fiscal year.
In Illinois, the week that ended on May 16 was first week in which fewer COVID-19 deaths were recorded than the previous week since the outbreak began, the state's public health director said.
The Murray Independent School District says families of all students who receive free or reduced meals are eligible for funding through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer program.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Tuesday addressed a video recorded Saturday that shows a large crowd flouting the state's social distancing guidelines at a bar at Lake of the Ozarks.
"I will not be afraid. I will not be bullied. And I will not back down," Gov. Andy Beshear said Tuesday, responding after an incident over the Memorial Day weekend in which protestors hung an effigy of him outside the Kentucky State Capitol.