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  Veterans sickened, killed by coronavirus

  Landlord offers free rent to residents as COVID-19 measures damage economy

“We thought it was more important to take care of the people who live there than to worry about the bottom line,” the president of Hagan Properties said.

  Louisville GE technician: ’They’re putting money over safety’ during coronavirus outbreak

GE is pre-screening all service calls asking the customer if they’re sick, but a technician told WAVE 3 News some people aren’t honest.

  Pop-up coronavirus testing booths: Legitimate or roadside scams?

You might have seen some tents pop up across Louisville the last few days.

  UofL looking into tobacco plant playing a role in fighting COVID-19

A lab at the University of Louisville has been responding to national emergencies studying highly infectious diseases.

  Judge orders quarantine, or contempt, as corrections officers raise concerns about the use of HIP

A Jefferson County judge has ordered two people to follow quarantine orders after testing positive for the coronavirus, or face contempt of court.

  Statistical model predicts coronavirus peaks and deaths by state

The IHME model predicts neither Kentucky nor Indiana is expected to have a shortage of hospital beds.

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  SuperATV in Southern Indiana switches gears to help in fight against COVID-19

SuperATV is creating shields that they call ‘Clearly Safer Shields.’

  Coronavirus impacts budget as Kentucky lawmakers prepare to vote

The budget focuses on fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, but would make cuts to programs compared to the budget Governor Andy Beshear submitted earlier this year.

  Threat of cyber attacks broadened during pandemic

With everyone working from home and students out of school using the internet for studies, no one and no place is exempt from cyber attacks.

  Are you using masks and gloves appropriately?

If you’re asymptomatic, you should be wearing a mask. However, a local health professional told WAVE 3 News the basics will always be the best form of defense.

  Social worker offers coronavirus advice for cancer patients

The constant news about the coronavirus can be overwhelming. Cancer patients might feel even more worried about the virus, because cancer and its treatment can

  Players, coaches react to NCAA eligibility ruling

The NCAA has granted eligibility to college athletes whose spring seasons were completely canceled, according to the Associated Press.

  Mayor warns against large gatherings that create added strain for LMPD

First responders are facing enough challenges during the coronavirus crisis, but groups of people gathering around Louisville are only making things worse.

  Beshear planning statewide drive-thu testing for coronavirus

Beshear said the plan is expected to be a model for other states when it is operational.

  Indiana woman pens coronavirus song to tune of 'Yesterday' by The Beatles

Pam Edwards has fun with her quarantine song.

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  'Goodnight with Dolly' premiers April 2

The Facebook event will feature Dolly Parton reading a series of Imagination Library books.

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  UK goats roam streets in Wales

Local folks in the coastal town west of Liverpool are finding the critters pretty much everywhere.