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 / Andy Beshear/Youtube

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced on Tuesday the most daily confirmed COVID-19 cases ever, along with the most deaths reported in a single day.

Bridget Johnson (Richards Group)

Due to COVID-19 safety restrictions The Salvation Army has operated differently this year. But in Kentucky the organization has continued to provide food, shelter, emergency financial relief, and utilizing mobile feeding units to practice social distancing.

Screenshot from Gov. Andy Beshear Thanksgiving Announcement

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear in lieu of a statewide, live COVID-19 update released a statement issuing a warning ahead of tomorrow’s holiday.

Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureau

Restaurant owners say they’re facing a financial struggle in adapting to Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s executive order mandating new restrictions to limit COVID-19 spread, which orders all bars and restaurants to close indoor services.

KCTCS Logo

A new awareness campaign by the state of Kentucky aims to highlight a scholarship program to help Kentuckians get an education and increase their employability.

Purchase Area Development District

An annual program that helps buy Christmas presents for those in western Kentucky personal care homes and nursing homes is gearing up again, this time amid the unusual circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Screenshot from Gov. Andy Beshear - Media Briefing 11.17.2020

During today’s press conference, Gov. Andy Beshear announced this is the deadliest day Kentucky has faced in the fight against the coronavirus, with 33 new deaths. It is the third highest day of positive cases, totaling 2,931, with 354 currently in the ICU (intensive care unit) and 50 individuals on a ventilator. 

Screenshot from Gov. Beshear's COVID-19 Update: Nov. 13, 2020

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear on Friday announced the highest number of daily COVID-19 cases in the state since the pandemic began, with 3,173 newly reported cases. Beshear also reported 25 new deaths, another record daily high. Beshear said that there’s a continuous surge of cases in the commonwealth “that is concerning and deadly” and the “power to stop it is in our hands.”