"I'm not confident that every bar can survive the next two weeks," said Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, whose state is one of six to continue closing bar service.
Agricultural departments in Kentucky, Virginia, Washington, Louisiana and Kansas have issued alert notices after residents received unsolicited packages containing seeds by mail. Residents of Utah, Ohio and Arizona have reportedly received packages as well.
Mississippi saw the largest jump in the country over the last 14 days.
The group's leader, The Real Grandmaster Jay, said they have been left with "no choice" but to hold armed formations in Louisville.
The Senate majority leader previously called for a pause on another bill but is now pushing for a fresh package, which is set to include further stimulus checks.
According to the poll, 65 percent of respondents said they support the proposal to distribute $1 trillion to state and local governments, a number the McConnell has opposed.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris refused to answer questions from the media Monday, using his time to instead demand that Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron charge police in the March 13 death of Breonna Taylor.
Local law enforcement officers instructed a Hardin County couple to wear ankle monitors to ensure they comply with self-isolation orders.
The state's attorney general and lower courts argued that the governor had violated his constitutional powers and harmed businesses with his orders.
Police dispatch logs show that officers neither rendered nor called for medical attention after shooting Taylor five times.
Kentucky has seen several spikes in coronavirus cases throughout most of the outbreak.
Curtis Zimmerman had an eight-hour standoff with police following incident at Florence home.
A lot of people have a tattoo of the Confederate flag that they want covered up. We've had people message who have tattoos of SS bolts, Iron Crosses and Iron Eagles, and we've heard from a ton of people who have swastikas. There are so many people willing to change, it's incredible.
The House majority leader faces dire polling ratings in the run up to November, when Democratic rival Amy McGrath will be hoping to take his Kentucky seat.
McGrath secured her spot as the Democratic candidate slated to campaign against McConnell in Kentucky's senatorial race on Tuesday.
Amy McGrath has more than $19 million in the bank to take on Mitch McConnell in November.
A man was killed and another person was injured in a shooting at Jefferson Square Park in Louisville.
As of Thursday afternoon, Booker was ahead of McGrath by a few thousand votes.
Democratic candidates lodged accusations of "voter suppression" over ballot issues.
State leaders allowed every resident to request an absentee ballot in an effort to maintain public health during the pandemic.
The Kentucky Exposition Center was the only polling place available for registered voters in the county which encompasses Louisville, a city with 600,000 residents.
There will only be one polling station in most Kentucky counties as state leaders push residents to vote by mail amid the coronavirus crisis.
"Based on the experience we've seen this primary season, cities that have dramatically reduced the number of places where people can go for in-person voting have had disastrous outcomes on Election Day," said Kristen Clarke, the president of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
A new Civiqs poll found Charles Booker, the state's youngest Black lawmaker, surging past former fighter pilot Amy McGrath.
"There is a lot about this moment that none of us have seen in our lifetimes," one activist said.
Protesters have demanded that criminal charges be brought against the officers involved in Taylor's fatal shooting on March 13.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron said his office would not provide a specific timeline regarding the conclusion of its investigation into the police-involved shooting.
It is a change from a previous poll that showed Democrat Amy McGrath, a former Marine fighter pilot, narrowly ahead of the Republican Senate majority leader.
Several individuals called in to a county council's virtual public forum on police accountability to deliver racial, homophobic and anti-Semitic slurs.
According to the political ad tracker Medium Buying, McGrath has spent $3 million on television and radio advertising in the final week leading up to the June 23 primary. Booker, meanwhile, has run a 30-second ad that shows McGrath admitting that she wasn't present at recent demonstrations.