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C1 3 weeks before starting in- person classes.

Why the long wait.

Fs img center: catherine young.png l3: coming up white accused of stealing hospice patient's drugs and...a lexington hospice nurse accused of stealing pills from a patient who died the next day.

L3: coming up white lottery winner plus....winner winner!

Someone is much richer after winning the lottery in the bluegrass.

Where they bought their ticket.

### welcome in.

I'm tom kenny.

We thank you for joining us this evening.

And i'm veronica jean seltzer.

Calling it a tough... but necessary step.... governor andy beshear says he's recommending all schools in the state push back the in-person start date.

That's our top story at five.

L3: top story white gov.

Wants schools' in-person start date pushed back recommended september 28 the governor is recommending all schools postponing in-person classes until september 28th.

He says he is making the recommendation over concerns about the number of coronavirus cases and the positivity rate in the state.

Last friday... the kentucky education association said schools should only resume in-person learning when the state's positivity rate remained below four-percent.

Several school districts have already announced the first few weeks of school would be online learning only... including fayette county.

The governor released new coronavirus numbers today... but he says they come with an asterick.

According to the governor... a software glitch encountered over the weekend has thrown the numbers off slightly... and the numbers released today may be "artificially low."

Fs img txt bullets:no coronavirus in kentucky source: office of the governor coronavirus 6.jpg new case ... he says.... as of right now.... the numbers show 275 new cases of the virus.... with a total of 35,254 cases overall.

There are also two new deaths from the virus.

Since the pandemic began in march.... 775 kentuckians have died from the virus.

As for the positivity rate.... the governor says it is now at 5-point-7-1 percent... slightly down from the weekend.

C1 3 fs vo bullets:no lexington coronavirus cases source: lexington-fayette county health department ..

New ca ... we want to check the current numbers in lexington.

According to the lexington-fayette county health department... there were 138 new cases over the weekend... that's 69 on saturday.... and 69 more on sunday.

There were no deaths reported.

That means the total number of deaths in the city remains at 47.

Ots image:right selling during pandemic housing sales.jpg if you're trying to buy a house right now during the pandemic...good luck.

An already stressful process...is even more nerve wracking now.

But... abc 36's christy bollinger found out...it's not so bad if you're trying to sell.

Christy"guide realty says buyers are facing some unique challenges during this pandemic, like the fact there's a lot more buyers than sellers right now."

And ohhh does first time home buyer marcellus barksdale know that.

Buyer-marcellus"the hardest part about the whole process was actually finding a house just with it being so competitive and with it being a sellers market."

Expecting their first child...he and his girlfriend started looking for a home this summer.

Buyer"we thought we found the perfect house and we put an offer in, the house became available that morning we saw it later that morning put an offer in first thing that afternoon and there was already 5 or 6 offers so kind of got discouraged."

His realtor and mom, ivy barksdale, says she's working with more buyers than ever before... but the number of houses for sale is at a record low.

Realtor-ivy"i mean houses are selling same day certainly within three days."

A positive..

Interest rates are historically low..

Sometimes under three-percent.

But the high demand is driving up the price.

Owner/realtor- raquel"we already struggle with an affordability issue and now we have our median pricepoint here in lexington that's 234,000 dollars."

Owner of guide realty, raquel carter, says buyers have it the hardest, but often, sellers are also buying.

Raquel"they may have to write 5 or 6 offers on properties before they can get one and each of those offers can be over asking price, can be as is and they may still not get the house they selected."

Barskdale also had to go above his original price range.

Buyer"really we're super blessed to finally be able to get an offer even accepted."

He closes on the house at the end of the month, around the same time his baby is due.

An exciting new beginning...after a long journey...home.

Christy bollinger, abc 36 news.

Ots image:left spending questioned coronavirus 5.jpg questions expected tonight at a meeting in frankfort about how the mayor is spending money earmarked for covid-19 expenses.

Fs img txt bullets:no spending of covid-19 funds questions source: state-journal <none> - pr firm hired ... according to the state-journal newspaper.... mayor bill may hired a public relations firm out of louisville for the city.... at a cost of $5,000 a month.

According to the state-journal... may says the emergency declaration gives him the power to hire boxcar public relations.... and that he hired the firm in case a crisis occurred during the pandemic, as well protests about shutdowns due to covid-19 and racial injustice.

But one city commissioner tells the newspaper she plans to question the mayor about the contract tonight.... saying she has no idea what the firm has done for the city over the past two months.

:adlibon: traffic cameras here's a live look at traffic conditions.

Forcht bank sky view here's a live look at the forcht bank skyview with current temperatures from across central and eastern kentucky.

Hour-by-hour forecast here's what you can expect, hour-by- hour.

Jason wraps :adliboff: a hospice patient died monday morning and lexington police arrested the traffic cameras here's a live look at traffic conditions.

Forcht bank sky view here's a live look at the forcht bank skyview with current temperatures from across central and eastern kentucky.

Hour-by-hour forecast here's what you can expect, hour-by- hour.

Jason wraps :adliboff: a hospice patient died monday morning and lexington police arrested the woman's nurse for traffic cameras here's a live look at traffic conditions.

Forcht bank sky view here's a live look at the forcht bank skyview with current temperatures from across central and eastern kentucky.

Hour-by-hour forecast here's what you can expect, hour-by- hour.

Jason wraps :adliboff: a hospice patient died monday morning and lexington police arrested the woman's nurse for stealing drugs fr the woman.

According to court documents, 50-year- old catherine young was arrested sunday night when the family of doris grant noticed the nurse take grant's pills into the bathroom.

When police arrived and searched young's car.... officers say they found 77 pills.

According to the arrest citation...young also tried to flush 87 pills down the toilet.

She is charged with drug possession and evidence tampering.

Young's employer bluegrass care navigators says it can't specifically comment because of privacy laws.

Fs txt quote:nurse accused of stealing drugs lexington "bluegrass care navigators has a zero-tolerance poli ... ...but it released a statement saying in part "bluegrass care navigators has a zero-tolerance policy for issues such as substance abuse or theft...additionally, we can share that we have strict protocols and training in place regarding medication management, medication waste and medication diversion, and take these issues with the utmost seriousness."

Coming up tonight on abc 36 at 11...hear from the patients family.

### an eastern kentucky doctor and his wife have pleaded guilty to illegally distributing opioids.

Full mug:guilty pleas in illegal <none> <none> the u-s department of justice says 48- year-old scotty akers and his wife... 33-year-old serissa akers.... who was also his office assistant.... did not have a legitimate medical practice when the presciptions were written.

Prosecutors say they admitted to using facebook to sell unncessary prescriptions for opioid.

They also say serissa akers admitted to exchanging prescriptions written by her husband for cash in parking lots around pikeville.

The two are scheduled to be sentenced in november.

We have two golden alerts to tell you about.

The first is out of whitley county.... where deputies are searching for matthew nichols.

The 63-year-old was last seen around 8 sunday night when he left his residence in the rockholds area..

Nichols has dementia and needs his medications.... according to the laurel county sheriff's office.

He was last seen wearing a olive green t-shirt..

Blue jeans..

And brown hiking boots.

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The whitley county sheriff's office is looking for keyshawna walker..

Deputies say the 16- year-old went missing from the rockholds community and may be headed to richmond.

She's 5-1, around 130-pounds.

Investigators are trying to determin what caused a fire overnight in lexington.

L3: abc 36 news white home destroyed by fire e.

Second street - lexington it happened just after 12-30 this morning..

In the 500 block of east second street.

Crews say when they got there..

The building was completly on fire..and had partially collapsed.

No one was hurt.

### l3: abc 36 news white one trapped following 2-vehicle accident laurel county at least one person was injured in a wreck this morning in laurel county.

The london-laurel county rescue squad says it responded to an accident involving two vehicles around 9-50 at the intersections of highway 3-12 and highway 7-70.

Crews say one person had to be pulled from their vehicle after being trapped.

No word on the extent of the person's injuries.

More than $200,000 is going to prevent child sexual abuse in the state.

Fs img txt bullets:no grants to prevent child sexual abuse source: office of the attorney general child s ... the attorney general's office says eight organizations that provide child sexual abuse prevention programs and assist survivors of abuse will receive grants from the child victims trust fund.

The a-g's office says that includes more than $65,000 to the 15 children's advocacy centers around the state to help offset the cost of child sexual abuse medical exams. new housing for seniors has opened in lexington.

L3: abc 36 news white ribbon cut on new senior housing meadowthorpe landing mayor linda gorton cut a ribbon to officially open meadowthorpe landing.

The mayor says meadowthorpe landing provides affordable housing for seniors.

There are 71 apartments in the building..

Lexington's affordable housing fund is one of the sponsors on the project.

Gorton calls the meadowthorpe project a step in the right direction.... but adds the city needs more affordable housing.

Boxes:2x1 abc 36 studio lexington location three location four sports director bryan kennedy taking a break from the kennedy compound...making a rare appearance here with us in the studio...from a distance.

Bryan...last night, social media started blowing up with this big debate over whether college football should happen...and there's reason for that debate.

L3 bryan:live white the last several days have been an absolute roller coaster for college football.

Friday the sec releases their schedule and then not even 24 hours later...the mac cancels their season.

That was only the first domino.

Later in the day, through multiple reports, the big 10 was set to cancel their season as well.

The vote had been done...12 to 2.

Nebraska and iowa the two schools opting to have a season.

Yahoo sports pat forde and sports illustrated's ross dellenger announcing that.

Huge news because just earlier in the week the big 10 had released their schedule.

And then came sunday.

Reports that not only was the big 10 going to cancel its season by tuesday, but they were trying to get the other power five conferences on board.

Prominent members of institutions telling pat forde by the end of the week...college football would be done.

Late sunday night the word was the big 10 and pac 12 were done, the acc and big 12 were undecided and the sec was not only trying to play but trying to sell exclusive t-v rights.

That reported by well-known sports radio host and former sports center anchor dan patrick.

Late sunday and into monday the next big development.

Clemson quarterback trevor lawrence who with or without a season is likely the number one overall pick in next year'sn-f-l draft...is the driving force behind what looks to be trying to get college players to unionize.

Lawrence and multiple other players making "we want to play" become a trending topic on social media.

Several kentucky players also joining in...linebacker deandre square and defensive lineman quinton bohanna.

And then mid-day monday college players getting support from the highest power in the country...president trump tweeting out that the players should play.

Boxes:2x1 abc 36 studio lexington location three location four we are down to the wire in our st.

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But tickets are running out, so here's what to do so you don't miss out.

Call 1-800-382- 7512...or visit dream home dot org for your chance at winning the home.

The drawing takes place thursday... live.... right here on abc 36.

Are efforts to stop drug overdoses in kentucky working?

We have new numbers from the state on deadly overdoses.

And.... there's a lucky powerball ticket holder out there.

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Full mug:sheriff: man bloody, running around yard knox county kenneth rice kenneth rice.jpg <none> <none> <none> according to the knox county sheriff's office.... they arrested 40- year-old kenneth rice after someone called about a man... covered in blood.... running around a backyard in corbin.

The caller then told dispatchers the man jumped into a pond.... got out and started running down the road.

Deputies caught up with rice a half- hour later and say he became combative when they tried to arrest him.

They say rice was bloody because of a large cut on his arm.

A new report out shows more than 1,000 people died of drug overdoses in the state last year.

Fs img txt bullets:no drug overdoses in kentucky source: ky office of drug control policy opioids2.jpg ... the report... released today by the kentucky office of drug control policy.... says there were 1,316 deaths in the state due to lethal overdoses.

That's a five- percent increase over the year before... when there were 1,247 drug- related deaths.... according to the office.

It says the increase is driven mostly by a rise in opioid and fentanyl abuse.

Someone is a million dollars richer... after buying a powerball ticket in nicholasville.

L3: abc 36 news white $1 million powerball winner ticket sold in nicholasville the winner of saturday's drawing matched all five white balls.

The kentucky lottery says the winning ticket was bought at the circle k store on bellerive boulevard.

The store will get $10,000 for selling the winning ticket.

The winner has not come forward yet, according to lottery officials.

Rain and thunderstorms to start off the week.

How long will it stick around.... and can we expect the storms to get severe?

Chief meteorologist jason lindsey lets us know when we come back.

And later.... what inspired one michigan grandmother to cross two daring items off her bucket c1 3 jason lindsey >> right now ther are four think skyview is a rea spray foam insulation camera overlooking ... the hamburg area here in lexington i got your way so you can see and lots of clouds that ... in the story all day long in ou area ... to be the story all week long not saying you're not in a season ... sunshine bedard ... chances for showers and storms while they're out there let's switch cameras and take you to another location here in our area ... this one here the kentucky horse park and you'll notice some of the horses out grazing but stil lots ... of clouds ... there at the kentucky horse park ... here's what's going on at the bluegrass airports ... reported the last hour 5 o'cloc 760 ... and peaks of sunshine obviously ... peeking through there at ... the excel station ... we all know it's mostly cloudy for the majority of us ... 76 is what it feels like 87% humidity ... temperatures right now it ... 810 and more had it ... 800 and jackson are friends and neighbors in somerset right around ... the need to ... danville you coming in at 70 by ... when compared to 24 hours ago ... it's a lot colder outside this is the temperature change ... thanks to the clowns it's about 130 colder in london 110 colder in danville in 180 colder in richmond ... i'm using the power of five liv radar's ... track a little bit of rain especially over toward monticello and just west of our viewing area but here's the track over the past three hours you'll notice some intense rain pushing through here ... from somerset ... south toward williams ... bird now into northeastern portions ... casino severe weather but ... for those of you dealing with the lightning and the intense rain you got a dumping of rain ... any more than an inch for some of you ... over the past few hours the bigger picture across kentucky shows you all the ... action from bowling green to c1 3 down toward knoxville just east of the nashville area help you and your family prepare for the rest of this evening and tomorrow with my future cast will stop at a 10 o'clock radar and satellite could look like this here's a look at tomorrow morning at 6 o'clock rain movin in and by the time you wake up tomorrow morning ... more scattered showers and storms here's a lunch time ... here's a look at supper time ... scattered showers and storms ... for less than 30 seconds always you look at this this is our seven day forecast and you'll notice the better chance of rai on when they ... and will go to the rest of this week with a good chance of rain knock on wood by monday ... dryer and a lot cooler ... will be ready to dry out by the they can serve time for the frankford toyota live traffic report on this monday right now there is a ... for vehicle wreck on the inner loop of man-of-war ... at ... darby creek not far here from the television station ... in the right lane is impacted there and the fire department i on the scene as well because a lot of fluids were spilled ... and so those emergency vehicles also blocking traffic ... future of college all ... answer seems to change by the day our right when a coach is ... sounding off here from global i'm amy mcgrath, and i approve this message.

Mitch mcconnell is attacking amy mcgrath on crime?

While amy mcgrath was bombing terrorists, the ultimate law enforcement, mitch mcconnell was sitting in washington behind a desk.

The ultimate law enforcement, and why is he smiling?

His trade deals made china richer, their military stronger.

They're spying on us, and they didn't stop the coronavirus.

Oh, and mitch made millions from china.

And they didn't stop the coronavirus.

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C1 3 back and forth ... that's what it's been like for college football players coaches ... in the course fans over the last several days one many are playing ... the next are not just last week daisy seen the sec releasing their schedules ... after losing the gov.'s cup the card adding west or kentucky to their schedule ... will balk at hitting the road to take on bama ... and oc ole miss at home ... than in term of the sacc goes from ... putting on a schedule to reportedly mulling ... even play ... if you hate and decision in the flip-flopping ... imagine being a head coach player ... as well almost head coach scott scatter filled ... is sounding up on acc in their c1 3 on monday qualifying rounds in the top seed open out in nicholasville beginning on monday most away ... for that woman) serena williams to take ... the court sadly because of the pandemic ... you don't expect to see our gametes is the greatest player ... ever ... around town players are locked out ... on the tennis facility in the hotel that's it ... before they arrived here though there were also in quarantine just like everybody else williams ... was icy coming off an injury ... but unlike usual ... everyone was also step away from the core so ... now that she's coming back ... is not exactly at a c1 3 dr. non-bryan kennedy a b c 36 c1 3 :adliboff: what is the future of college football?

That answer changes by the day or even the hour.

One college football coach is not happy and he is sounding off.

Hear from louisville scott satterfield after the break.

Back and forth...that's what it's been like for the college football players, coaches and fans the last several days.

One minute you're playing and the next...you're not.

Just last week, the a-c-c and the s-e-c released their schedules.

After losing the governors cup, the cards adding western kentucky to their schedule.

The football cats hitting the road to take on bama and also hosting ole miss.

Then a turn of events....the a-c-c goes from putting out a schedule to reportedly mulling over not even playing.

If you hate the indecision and the flip flopping..imagine a head coach or players.

That's why louisville's head football coach scott satterfield sounded off on the a-c-c and their decision making on monday.

On monday, qualifying rounds in the top seed open out in nicholasville beginning on monday.

Most await for the woman right there...serena williams to take the court.

Sadly because the pandemic...don't expect to see arguably tennis' greatest player ever around town.

Players are on lockdown...only the tennis facility and the hotel.

Before they arrived here though...they were also in yone else.

Williams was actually cstepping away from the court so disadvan.

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The grandmother got a tshe loves more than beer and burgers.

The tattoo artist says she took the needle like a champ and he didn't see her flinch once.

Pollack says she absoultely loves her new ink.

And get this.... after the tattoo, pollack crossed something else off her list.... riding on a motorcycle.

Coming up.... see why the coronavirus pandemic is.

Creating a mixed bag when it comes to buying and selling homes in the state.

And... planning on doing your holiday shopping online?

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C1 3 governor andy beshear says he wants schools to postpone the start date for in-person classes l3: top story white gov.

Wants schools' in-person start date pushed back recommended september 28 the governor announced today he is recommending all schools postpone in-person classes until september 28th.

He says he is making the recommendation over concerns about the number of coronavirus cases and the positivity rate in the state.

Several school districts have already announced the first few weeks of school would be online learning including fayette county.

The governor released new coronavirus numbers today... but he says they aren't completely accurate.

That's because of a software glitch encountered over the weekend the he says may make the numbers released today "artificially low."

Fs img txt bullets:no coronavirus in kentucky source: office of the governor coronavirus 6.jpg new case ... he says.... as of right now.... the numbers show 275 new cases of the virus.... with a total of 35,254 cases overall.

There are also two new deaths from the virus.

Since the pandemic began in march.... 775 kentuckians have died from the virus.

As for the positivity rate.... the governor says it is now at 5-point-7-1 percent... slightly down from the weekend.

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According to the lexington-fayette county health department... there were 138 new cases over the weekend... that's 69 on saturday.... and 69 more on sunday.

There were no deaths reported.

That means the total number of deaths in the city remains at 47.

Ots image:right selling during pandemic housing sales.jpg if you're trying to buy a house right now during the pandemic...good luck.

An already stressful process...is even more nerve wracking now.... the market is hot but houses are selling quick... according to guide realty in lexington.

There's more buyers than sellers right now.

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But the number of houses for sale is at a record low.

A positive..

Interest rates are historically low..

Sometimes under three-percent.

But the high demand is driving up the price.

Bidding wars are causing buyers to have to offer more than the asking price.

"working with the largest number of buyers i've worked with ever active buyers that are we see a house we have to go see it and one at a time kind of thing so it's keeping me pretty busy right now."

Guide realty says buyers have it the hardest, but often the sellers are also buying.

The agency expects the market to be like this for the next few months.

While the united states is now reporting more than 5-million coronavirus cases, many states are running a risk of shortages in health-care workers.

Deirdre bolton has more.

L3: coronavirus outbreak white concerns about healthcare worker shortage the us is facing a health-care staff shortage as the demand for icu space grows.

Last week, 5 states were projected to be at risk of a staff shortage; this week, that number has risen to 26 according to new analysis from george washington university.

Sot: desantis: "how do you balance that against, not zero risk, but i would say would be low risk."

9-year-old zane wampler's case is proof that children are not immune to multi-system inflammatory syndrome which has been linked to children who tested positive for covid-19.

He spent 19 days in a miami hospital recovering from it.

His mother says her son's case is a reminder that risks need to be measured.

Sot: leah wampler: "kids need to be at school.

They need the interaction.

But also the decision needs to not be made on the falsehood that children are not affected by this because they are affected by this."

New york state -- once the epicenter of the pandemic -- is saying "yes" to in- person learning this fall.

If infection rates stay low.

Sot - gov.

Andrew cuomo : good news all schools can reopen / again we have the best infection situation in the country / if any state can do it, this state can do it.

The mayor of new york city, the biggest public school system in the us, is optimistic -- sot de blasio: "new york city is different.

In nyc we have proven we can beat back this disease, now for two months and we're going to keep doing it.

Kids are planning on coming back as soon as school begins.

We're different and we're ready."

New york city mayor bill de blasio says face coverings for all kids and adults, social distancing at all times - and -- constant cleaning will make the difference.

Deirdre bolton, abc news, new york.

:adlibon: forcht bank sky view here's a live look at the forcht bank skyview with current temperatures from across central and eastern kentucky.

Hour-by-hour forecast here's what you can expect, hour-by- c1 3 jason wraps :adliboff: working skyview onto richmond a mostly cloudy sky out there right ... now ... temperatures at 76 in lexington over jackson at about 800 right now london you're coming in at 75 at 77 in monticello ... some of you may be doing this walking your dog here's my dog walking forecasts a grab the pick ... my dog mia ... cute dog ... years is to ... you can always submit your picture of your dog does go to the a b c 36 facebook ... page and post that there you might see here on a b c 36 at 4 pm 740 6 pm 74 and by 8 o'clock 730 ... on a detailed look at your 70 forecast a little bit later it does include more rain also ... know how much rent you might get ... right there in your backyard rain gauge while ... attached inside your house wherever it is a let you know i the meantime back of the ... former ceo now ... and again ... plus your holiday shopping coul be a little bit more expensive this year if you're going to do it online which ... was people do anymore ... to tell you what's going to is this the world's best sandwich?

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C1 3 former c- e-o.

Why the company has decided to sue him after firing him last year.

Plus.... your holiday shopping could be a little more expensive this year if you do it online.

We'll tell you what could drive up the price.

A federal investigation is launched into complaints about fires involving some chrysler vehicles.

Fs img txt bullets:no minivan fire investigation source: road and safety agency chysler minivans.jpg - ... the u.s. government's road safety agency is looking complaints of fires in a power and charging port in some chrysler town and country minivans.

There has been three reports of fires and one injury in minivans from the 20-14 model year.... according to the agency.

About 150,000 vans are covered.

Fiat chrysler, which makes the minivans, says it's cooperating with the investigation.

Owners with problems are being told to contact their dealers.

L3: consumer news white mcdonald's sues former ceo accused of having inappropriate relationships with e ... mcdonald's is suing its former c-e-o.... steve easterbrook.

Easterbrook was fired last year for having an inappropriate relationship with an employee.

At the time, the company says easterbrook said he wasn't involved with any other employees.

Mcdonald's says it has learned easterbrook had relationships with three other employees and removed evidence of the relationships from his cell phone to prevent investigators from finding out.

You may be paying more for delivery if you shop online this holiday season.

U-p-s says it will add at one-to-four- dollar surcharge for delivery on big items. the cost can also vary depending on whether delivery is via ground or air.

U-p-s says there will be no surcharge on small goods.

More rounds of thunderstorms rolling into our area.

Chief meteorologist jason lindsey lets us know if we can expect the storms to be severe.

And later.... details on a fire that broke out at chef rachael ray's home.... while she was there.

C1 3 ash cloud three miles into the sky.

Authorities have warned local residents and tourists about possible lava flows, and advised them to stay outside a two- mile radius of the volcano and to wear masks.

Today's eruption follows a smaller one on saturday.

The volcano had been inactive for more than a year before this weekend's eruption.

Jason wraps :adliboff: almost 45 years ago now...a northern kentucky fire killed c1 3 the year is 86 normal low as 66 the record high of 99 setback i 1911 ... it stays intact ... today ... more than a ... half of an inch of rain the bluegrass airport this month nearing an inch ... this year more than ... 31 ... the of rain bottom line a lot of ring all across central and eastern kentucky ... here's a look at what's going on when it comes to current temperatures and we are looking live right now ... tar fork bank skyview onto richmond ... here's a look at what was going on at the kentucky horse park a we look at current temperatures you'll notice the ring there ... behind those current temperatures is going back abou four hours 840 right now in frankfurt 79 and ... danville ... friends and neighbors in morehead right around 820 jackson you're coming in at 80 london right around 780 a few breaks in the rain there and that's overseeing right now ... is a use of the most ... powerful doppler radars in our region ... to track a little bit of rain is ... freshly after south and west just west of you there in the monticello area other than that you'll notice ... the rain ... ... going on all across our region ... here's a look when it comes to the past few hours and you'll notice some clouds out there right now but the majority of the rain intense at times continues ... to push across the kentucky tennessee border right now clos to places like knoxville ... evaluates you can see my rain chances over the next a few hours and beyond all the way through tuesday ... notice that yellow line higher on monday and tuesday, levels out from there ... here's how much rain i'm expecting by sunday at about supper time ... more than 2 inches in morehead at this forecasting model holds true ... we all know things could change ... richmond more than an inch ... about an inch and a quarter ... in somerset about an inch and a half ... in williamsburg ... over the next seven days i'll wrap it up for you and show you what you can expect to get a good chance of showers and storms is coming out as the hours of sunshine and doesn't mean you can see hours upon hours of rain ... just got showers and storms over the next six days by monday ... a mix of selling clouds a smaller chance of rain and beyond monday ... tracking some cooler temperatures like ... low normal for this time of year overnight lows right around 70 ... you're watching ... a b c 36 ... will c1 3 jason wraps :adliboff: almost 45 years ago now...a northern kentucky fire killed 165 people...and changed fire safety rules in kentucky and across the country.

The beverly hills supper club fire is the third largest nightclub fire in u-s history.

Doug high takes us back to that tragic evening in kentucky history treasures.

### doug high: the year was 1977 a popular and overcrowded nightclub in northern kentucky suffered a catastrophic fire that took the lives of 165 people.

We remember this tragedy and lessons learned through a collection of artifacts at the kentucky historical society.

Beth carter: the beverly hills supper club fire is, it is a kentucky story.

It is important to kentucky history.

The number of people that i've met who maybe knew somebody at the club that night or maybe they were supposed to be there, this is a personal connection to them.

So the beverly hills supper club was an attraction, it was a hot spot, it was a nightclub.

Just about two, two and a half miles south of cincinnati across the ohio river, it was in southgate, kentucky.

It started as a nightclub, a dinner spot.

There was some illicit gambling.

It was a great place to be seen, to go and see some incredible acts.

So it starts in the 1930s and then runs through 1977.

Doug high: years of adding onto the nightclub and inadequate fire safety precautions along the way collided with the overcrowded venue that fateful evening and led to disaster.

Beth carter: so the beverly hills supper club fire resulted in 165 deaths and over 200 injuries.

It's the third largest nightclub fire in us history.

Doug high: items from the nightclub have found their way to the kentucky historical society's collection and they provide a touchstone to the past.

Beth carter: objects in the beverly hills supper club collection can connect people to this tragedy who, first of all, if they knew somebody or remembered the tragedy, that's a very personal connection and there's a power in artifact that people can connect with there.

Having this collection allows us to continue to have that conversation and then also not to forget about what happened there and the lives that were lost or affected.

Doug high: the commonwealth and the country responded.

The fire code would strengthened, new rules and regulations put in place, and the artifacts remain to help tell the story of those lives lost.

To learn more about the kentucky beverly hills supper club fire of 1977, visit our online archive at history.ky.gov.

From the thomas d.

Clark center for kentucky history in downtown frankfort, i'm doug high.

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They're spying on us, and they didn't stop the coronavirus.

Oh, and mitch made millions from china.

And they didn't stop the coronavirus.

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C1 3 l3: entertainment news white simon cowell breaks back the 60-year-old entertainment mogul broke it after falling while testing a new electric bike in the courtyard of his malibu home.

Cowell had to undergo surgery over the weekend.

According to his spokesman, cowell is doing fine.

Rachael ray is said to be okay... following a fire at her home in new york.

The celebrity chef, her husband and their dog were all in the home at the time and were able to get out.

A representative for ray says the house suffered damage, although no word yet on the extent.

Hours prior to the fire ray shared pictures of the meal she and friends were having at the home.

L3: entertainment news white antonio banderas spending 60th birthday in quarantine announces he's teste ... the big 6-0 wasn't the birthday celebration antonio banderas was expecting.

The spanish actor announced he has covid-19.

The oscar nominated star says he will spend his birthday in quarantine.... reading, writing, ree says he's feeling okay and he hopes to recover soon.

L3: entertainment news white chris pratt & wife welcome baby girl actor chris pratt and his wife katherine schwarzenegger have welcomed a baby girl.

It's their first child together.

The couple got married in june of last year.

Schwarzenegger's brother confirmed the news.

Pratt also has a son with his former wife, actress anna faris.

Stay with us.... coming up after the break.... it's your top stories of the day.

L3: coming up white new school recommendations nowovers schools wait six weeks before starting in- person classes.

Why the long wait.

Fs img center: catherine young.png l3: coming up white accused of stealing hospice patient's drugs and...a lexington hospice nurse accused of stealing pills from a patient who died the next day.

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Calling it a tough... but necessary step.... governor andy beshear says he's recommending all schools in the state push back the in-person start date.

That's our top story at five.

L3: top story white gov.

Wants schools' in-person start date pushed back recommended september 28 the governor is recommending all schools postponing in-person classes until september 28th.

He says he is making the recommendation over concerns about the number of coronavirus cases and the positivity rate in the state.

Last friday... the kentucky education association said schools should only resume in-person learning when the state's positivity rate remained below four-percent.

Several school districts have already announced the first few weeks of school would be online learning only... including fayette county.

Fs vo bullets:no new guidelines for bars & restaurants source: office of the governor 50% capacity inside ... the governor also announced today that....starting tomorrow.... bars and restaurants across the state would be allowed to reopen at 50-percent capacity... inside.

Bars and restaurant must stop serving food and drinks at 10 p-m and close at 11 p-m.

He says outdoor seating is preferable and people must wear masks.

The governor released new coronavirus numbers today... but he says they come with an asterick.

According to the governor... a software glitch encountered over the weekend has thrown the numbers off slightly... and the numbers released today may be "artificially low."

Fs img txt bullets:no coronavirus in kentucky source: office of the governor coronavirus 6.jpg new case ... he says.... as of right now.... the numbers show 275 new cases of the virus.... with a total of 35,254 cases overall.

There are also two new deaths from the virus.

Since the pandemic began in march.... 775 kentuckians have died from the virus.

As for the positivity rate.... the governor says it is now at 5-point-7-1 percent... slightly down from the weekend.

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New ca ... we want to check the current numbers in lexington.

According to the lexington-fayette county health department... there were 138 new cases over the weekend... that's 69 on saturday.... and 69 more on sunday.

There were no deaths reported.

That means the total number of deaths in the city remains at 47.

Ots image:right selling during pandemic housing sales.jpg if you're trying to buy a house right now during the pandemic...good luck.

An already stressful process...is even more nerve wracking now.

But... abc 36's christy bollinger found out...it's not so bad if you're trying to sell.

Christy"guide realty says buyers are facing some unique challenges during this pandemic, like the fact there's a lot more buyers than sellers right now."

And ohhh does first time home buyer marcellus barksdale know that.

Buyer-marcellus"the hardest part about the whole process was actually finding a house just with it being so competitive and with it being a sellers market."

Expecting their first child...he and his girlfriend started looking for a home this summer.

Buyer"we thought we found the perfect house and we put an offer in, the house became available that morning we saw it later that morning put an offer in first thing that afternoon and there was already 5 or 6 offers so kind of got discouraged."

His realtor and mom, ivy barksdale, says she's working with more buyers than ever before... but the number of houses for sale is at a record low.

Realtor-ivy"i mean houses are selling same day certainly within three days."

A positive..

Interest rates are historically low..

Sometimes under three-percent.

But the high demand is driving up the price.

Owner/realtor- raquel"we already struggle with an affordability issue and now we have our median pricepoint here in lexington that's 234,000 dollars."

Owner of guide realty, raquel carter, says buyers have it the hardest, but often, sellers are also buying.

Raquel"they may have to write 5 or 6 offers on properties before they can get one and each of those offers can be over asking price, can be as is and they may still not get the house they selected."

Barskdale also had to go above his original price range.

Buyer"really we're super blessed to finally be able to get an offer even accepted."

He closes on the house at the end of the month, around the same time his baby is due.

An exciting new beginning...after a long journey...home.

Christy bollinger, abc 36 news.

:adlibon: traffic cameras here's a live look at traffic conditions.

Forcht bank sky view here's a live look at the forcht bank skyview with current temperatures from across central and eastern kentucky.

Hour-by-hour forecast here's what you can expect, hour-by- hour.

Jason wraps :adliboff: a hospice patient died monday morning traffic cameras here's a live look at traffic conditions.

Forcht bank sky view here's a live look at the forcht bank skyview with current temperatures from across central and eastern kentucky.

Hour-by-hour forecast here's what you can expect, hour-by- hour.

Jason wraps :adliboff: a hospice patient died monday morning and lexington police traffic cameras here's a live look at traffic conditions.

Forcht bank sky view here's a live look at the forcht bank skyview with current temperatures from across central and eastern kentucky.

Hour-by-hour forecast here's what you can expect, hour-by- hour.

Jason wraps :adliboff: a hospice patient died monday morning and lexington police arrested the woman's nurse for stealing drugs from the woman.

According to court documents, 50-year- old catherine young was arrested sunday night when the family of doris grant noticed the nurse take grant's pills into the bathroom.

When police arrived and searched young's car.... officers say they found 77 pills.

According to the arrest citation...young also tried to flush 87 pills down the toilet.

She is charged with drug possession and evidence tampering.

Young's employer bluegrass care navigators says they can't specifically comment because of privacy laws.

Fs txt quote:nurse accused of stealing drugs lexington "bluegrass care navigators has a zero-tolerance poli ... ...but it released a statement saying in part "bluegrass care navigators has a zero-tolerance policy for issues such as substance abuse or theft...additionally, we can share that we have strict protocols and training in place regarding medication management, medication waste and medication diversion, and take these issues with the utmost seriousness."

Coming up tonight on abc 36 at 11...hear from the patients family.

### an eastern kentucky doctor and his wife have pleaded guilty to illegally distributing opioids.

Full mug:guilty pleas in illegal <none> <none> the u-s department of justice says 48- year-old scotty akers and his wife... 33-year-old serissa akers.... who was also his office assistant.... did not have a legitimate medical practice when the presciptions were written.

Prosecutors say they admitted to using facebook to sell unncessary prescriptions for opioid.

They also say serissa akers admitted to exchanging prescriptions written by her husband for cash in parking lots around pikeville.

The two are scheduled to be sentenced in november.

We have two golden alerts to tell you about.

The first is out of whitley county.... where deputies are searching for matthew nichols.

The 63-year-old was last seen around 8 sunday night when he left his residence in the rockholds area..

Nichols has dementia and needs his medications.... according to the laurel county sheriff's office.

He was last seen wearing a olive green t-shirt..

Blue jeans..

And brown hiking boots.

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The whitley county sheriff's office is looking for keyshawna walker..

Deputies say the 16- year-old went missing from the rockholds community and may be headed to richmond.

She's 5-1, around 130-pounds.

Investigators are trying to determin what caused a fire overnight in lexington.

L3: abc 36 news white home destroyed by fire e.

Second street - lexington it happened just after 12-30 this morning..

In the 500 block of east second street.

Crews say when they got there..

The building was completly on fire..and had partially collapsed.

No one was hurt.

### l3: abc 36 news white one trapped following 2-vehicle accident laurel county at least one person was injured in a wreck this morning in laurel county.

The london-laurel county rescue squad says it responded to an accident involving two vehicles around 9-50 at the intersections of highway 3-12 and highway 7-70.

Crews say one person had to be pulled from their vehicle after being trapped.

No word on the extent of the person's injuries.

More than $200,000 is going to prevent child sexual abuse in the state.

Fs img txt bullets:no grants to prevent child sexual abuse source: office of the attorney general child s ... the attorney general's office says eight organizations that provide child sexual abuse prevention programs and assist survivors of abuse will receive grants from the child victims trust fund.

The a-g's office says that includes more than $65,000 to the 15 children's advocacy centers around the state to help offset the cost of child sexual abuse medical exams. new housing for seniors has opened in lexington.

L3: abc 36 news white ribbon cut on new senior housing meadowthorpe landing mayor linda gorton cut a ribbon to officially open meadowthorpe landing.

The mayor says meadowthorpe landing provides affordable housing for seniors.

There are 71 apartments in the building..

Lexington's affordable housing fund is one of the sponsors on the project.

Gorton calls the meadowthorpe project a step in the right direction.... but adds the city needs more affordable housing.

The last several days have been an absolute roller coaster for college football.

Friday the sec releases their schedule and then not even 24 hours later...the mac cancels their season.

That was only the first domino.

Later in the day, through multiple reports, the big 10 was set to cancel their season as well.

The vote had been done...12 to 2.

Nebraska and iowa the two schools wanting to have a season.

Yahoo sports pat forde and sports illustrated's ross dellenger announcing that.

Huge news because just earlier in the week the big 10 had released their schedule.

And then came sunday.

Reports that not only was the big 10 going to cancel its season by tuesday, but they were trying to get the other power five conferences on board.

Prominent members of institutions telling pat forde by the end of the week...college football would be done.

Late sunday night the word was the big 10 and pac 12 were done, the acc and big 12 were undecided and the sec was not only trying to play but trying to sell exclusive t-v rights.

That reported by well-known sports radio host and former sports center anchor dan patrick.

Late sunday and into monday the next big development.

Clemson quarterback trevor lawrence....who with or without a season....is likely the number one overall pick in next year's n-f-l draft...is the driving force behind what looks to be college players trying nize.

Lawrence and multiple other players making "we want to play" become a trending topic on social media.

Several kentucky players also joining in...linebacker deandre square and defensive lineman quinton bohanna.

And then mid-day monday college players getting support from the highest power in the country...president trump tweeting out that the players should play.

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The caller then told dispatchers the man jumped into a pond.... got out and started running down the road.

Deputies caught up with rice a half- hour later and say he became combative when they tried to arrest him.

They say rice was bloody because of a large cut on his arm.

A new report out shows more than 1,000 people died of drug overdoses in the state last year.

Fs img txt bullets:no drug overdoses in kentucky source: ky office of drug control policy opioids2.jpg ... the report... released today by the kentucky office of drug control policy.... says there were 1,316 deaths in the state due to lethal overdoses.

That's a five- percent increase over the year before... when there were 1,247 drug- related deaths.... according to the office.

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Someone is a million dollars richer... after buying a powerball ticket in nicholasville.

L3: abc 36 news white $1 million powerball winner ticket sold in nicholasville the winner of saturday's drawing matched all five white balls.

The kentucky lottery says the winning ticket was bought at the circle k store on bellerive boulevard.

The store will get $10,000 for selling the winning ticket.

The winner has not come forward yet, according to lottery officials.

Rain and thunderstorms to start off the week.

How long will it stick around.... and can we expect the storms to get severe?

Chief meteorologist jason lindsey lets us know when we come back.

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Just last week, the a-c-c and the s-e-c released their schedules.

After losing the governors cup, the cards adding western kentucky to their schedule.

The football cats hitting the road to take on bama and also hosting ole miss.

Then a turn of events....the a-c-c goes from putting out a schedule to reportedly mulling over not even playing.

If you hate the indecision and the flip flopping..imagine a head coach or players.

That's why louisville's head football coach scott satterfield sounded off on the a-c-c and their decision making on monday.

On monday, qualifying rounds in the top seed open out in nicholasville beginning.

Most await for the woman right there...serena williams to take the court.

Sadly because of the pandemic...don't expect to see arguably tennis' greatest player ever around town.

Players are on lockdown...only the tennis facility and the hotel.

Before they arrived here though...they were also in quarantine just like everyone else.

Williams was actually coming off an injury, but unlike usual...everyone was stepping away from the court so now that she's coming back...she's not exactly at a disadvantage.

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A michigan woman just crossed something off her bucket list - c1 3 she got a tattoo.

Oh... we should mention... she's 103- years-old.

L3: abc 36 news white 103-year-old woman gets first tattoo muskegon, michigan and that boys and girls...is life goals.

Dorothy pollack decided to get inked after spending months in isolation during a coronavirus lockdown at a nursing home.

The grandmother got a tattoo of a frog - the one thing she loves more than beer and burgers.

The tattoo artist says she took the needle like a champ and he didn't see her flinch once.

Pollack says she absoultely loves her new ink.

And get this.... after the tattoo, pollack crossed something else off her list.... >>> tonight breaking news as we come on the air, president trump just moments ago pulled from the white house briefing room in the middle of his live press conference.

The president then later saying it was because of a shooting outside the white house.

This was the moment you could see the message delivered to the president.

He walks away from the podium halting his remarks on the virus and the markets.

Tonight with what the president just revealed what he said played out in front of the white house.

What the secret service told him.

Mary bruce standing by.

>>> also, just as millions of american schoolchildren head back to school the american academy of pediatrics reporting nearly 100,000 children have tested positive for coronavirus in just the past two weeks.

Tonight, our one-on-one with dr. anthony fauci.

Is he comfortable with america's children going back to school?

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