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KU LG&E sends crews to assist with Hurricane Ian power outages. "We know with the forecast, we’re in a situation where we can respond."
A total of $411,920 in emergency road aid funds so far have been awarded to Eastern Kentucky counties and cities for infrastructure repairs caused by flooding.
The Georgetown-Scott County Emergency Medical Services will create and service a new district, which should significantly reduce response times for emergency services.
AMAZING! 😍 A new mural is officially complete in Nicholasville, thanks to Jay and Jarrod Becker and Kinetic by Windstream. Their goal is to celebrate the unique places and aspects of Nicholasville. You can see the mural yourself at 127 South Main Street!
A national equestrian heartbroken after she says two of her horses were nearly starved to death while staying with a trainer while she was abroad. Read more about how the horses are doing at the link below.
The Cats are 4-0 (2-0 in the SEC) after beating Miss State 28-7...and has a message for the crew (especially Lee Corso):
University of Kentucky linebacker DeAndre Square announces he's returning in 2022 for his Super Senior season. He's the third UK senior linebacker in the last two days to announce he's coming back for another season with the Wildcats, joining Jacquez Jones and Jordan Wright.
AMBER ALERT! Christopher Lee Gordon Sr, abducted 2-year-old Caesen Gordon out of Louisville, after shooting and killing the boy’s mother, according to the Louisville Police and the Amber Alert. Gordon is in a maroon red Ford F-150 with front end damage and is armed and dangerous.
PUPPY PIANIST: A dog wearing a purple bowtie sang his heart out as he hit the keys and howled the high notes much to the delight of his owner.