Chloe Moore

Student Reporter

Chloe Moore is an undergraduate student majoring in political science who recently transferred from Louisville.

Chloe is a Paducah, Kentucky native who says she values the familiarity of her town. She's an active member of the community she loves, volunteering her time with community service projects and hosting blood drives.

She's also active with the campus community, currently serving as Assistant Group Coordinator of the MSU Amnesty International Group.

Chloe says she looks forward to continuing service to her community through WKMS News.

Screenshot from Gov. Andy Beshear

Governor Andy Beshear in a Tuesday press conference on the coronavirus announced Kentucky hospitals will receive an additional $800 million to $1 billion annually to help advance the quality of care of Medicaid members and to provide a stable financial base for hospitals that plans to extend beyond the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Current data suggests the number of active coronavirus cases in Hickman County is declining and, simultaneously, the health department has begun distributing vaccines throughout the community.

Screenshot from Gov. Andy Beshear

During Thursday’s coronavirus update, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced the commonwealth and its Department of Emergency Management will coordinate with partners including Kroger to establish regional vaccination hubs.

Screenshot from Gov. Andy Beshear

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced 3,053 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, the fourth highest Tuesday for confirmed cases in the state since the beginning of the pandemic.

Screenshot from Gov. Andy Beshear

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear on Friday in a news conference reported an alarming rise in COVID-19 cases in the state, along with new vaccine updates. 

McCracken County Public Library Director Susan Baier

McCracken County Public Library Director Susan Baier has resigned to accept a position leading a library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

comer.house.gov

  Congressman James Comer in a statement Wednesday said he and his staff are safe at the U.S. Capitol following pro-Trump extremists breaching and overrunning federal complex, resulting in violence. 

Screenshot from Andy Beshear / Facebook

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear provided updates on the COVID-19 vaccines in the state and said “2021 is going to be the year where we defeat the coronavirus."

Christa Dubrock

A western Kentucky woman is turning 100 years old and is sharing her memories of life in the region. Evelyn George Wilson, who turned 100 on Dec. 30, and her late husband, Tommy J. Wilson, a former Carlisle County judge-executive, had 11 children, eight of whom are still living. She is referred to as “G-mama” by her grandchildren and has kept a diary since the 1950s. 

Screenshot from Gov. Andy Beshear / Facebook

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear announced Monday 1,455 new coronavirus cases and 8 new deaths in Kentucky. The positivity rate has also declined, currently at 7.97%.

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