Regional & State

The International Center of Kentucky is seeking monetary donations, gently used clothing and furniture, as well as new mattresses, box springs, and other bedding items for the refugees' apartments. 
By WKYU
The researchers note that the decline in the number of people experiencing symptoms of anxiety and depression coincides with a decline in the number of coronavirus cases and the easing of lockdown restrictions.
By Kentucky Health News
The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture members addressed issues ranging from farmworker visa reform to funding for hemp research.
By WKMS
Cattle would be trucked to the site near the CSX rail line between Hopkinsville and Pembroke and slaughtered in a 500,000-square-foot facility. Other details are being kept secret, in part because the company secured non-disclosure agreements with local elected officials and industrial recruiters.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Hopkinsville currently has a committee that is considering a move to nonpartisan local elections.
By WKMS
One program involves a handshake, a coin and a pledge made by the person accepting the coin to reach out to someone if they are depressed or have suicidal ideation.
By Kentucky Health News
Solar farms owned by Kentucky’s electric utilities only account for about 0.07% of the state’s total electricity generation, according to the cabinet. The main sources are coal and natural gas.
By Kentucky Public Radio
The agency change product usage labels following the review, an EPA spokesman said.
By The Rural Blog
Louisville Rep. Attica Scott’s bill would require schools to teach about a list of subjects including the slave trade, the Civil War, Jim Crow laws, residential segregation and the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
By Kentucky Public Radio
The largest randomized controlled study of masks, led by researchers from Stanford and Yale universities, is the latest that clearly supports the value of wearing surgical masks for reducing infection.
By Kentucky Health News
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