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Beshear wants schools not reopen to in-person classes until Sept. 28

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Gov. Andy Beshear announced on Monday that he is recommending Kentucky’s public and private schools not reopen to in-person classes until September 28 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Cuomo, Beshear say Trump’s order with unemployment won't work

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, two Democrats, both say President Donald Trump’s executive order requiring the states to pay 25 percent of an unemployment supplement of $400 per week is unworkable.

Beshear wants schools not reopen to in-person classes until Sept. 28

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Gov. Andy Beshear announced on Monday that he is recommending Kentucky’s public and private schools not reopen to in-person classes until September 28 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Trump abruptly escorted from White House briefing

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump was abruptly escorted by a U.S. Secret Service agent out of the White House briefing room as he was beginning a coronavirus briefing Monday afternoon. He …
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Trump, coaches push for college football as cracks emerge

President Donald Trump joined a U.S. senator and a number of coaches Monday in the push to save the college football season from a pandemic-forced shutdown.
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The Latest: Kentucky gov urges schools do delay reopening

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Saying “we shouldn’t want our kids to be the canaries in the coal mine,” Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear urged schools in the state to delay reopening in-person classes until …
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Money offered for info on former 'Tiger King' star husband

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The family of a Florida man who disappeared in 1997 and who appeared on the hit TV series "Tiger King," has hired a lawyer and is offering $100,000 in exchange for …
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Health officials are quitting or getting fired amid outbreak

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Vilified, threatened with violence and in some cases suffering from burnout, dozens of state and local public health leaders around the U.S. have resigned or have been …

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