Content Tagged 'Line'

Straight-line Winds Caused Damage in Harlan County
The National Weather Service has determined that injuries and damage in Harlan County were caused by 90 mph straight-line winds.
As Cell Phone Use Increases, 911 Call Center Funding Decreases
911 call centers across the state are starting to feel the pinch of decreased funding as more Kentuckians drop their land lines in favor of cell phones. Video Video
KU Customers Back with Power
KU said 5,300 customers lost power Saturday morning in Fayette County because of a transmission line outage.
800 Line Set Up For Volunteer Firefighter Recruits
The Kentucky Fire Commission has set up an 800 phone line to provide information to prospective volunteer firefighters.
Crews Hope to Keep Customers with Power
Power crews are hoping to avoid a repeat of 2003 and 2009 by boosting resources early. Video Video
KU Learning From Past Storms
Mayor Gray said Lexington is more prepared. He said these storms don’t happen often but when they do, he said the city learns from the experience. Video Video
Winter Winds Blow Roof Off Of Carlisle Building
Frigid temperatures weren't the only outdoor element Central Kentuckians dealt with overnight. Strong winds were also a big problem.
UK Offensive Line Focused on Details
Mike Summers pleased with direction of young guys so far. Video Video
Kentucky Sheriff's Association Creates Tip Line
The Kentucky Sheriff's Association has created a tip line on their website. Users can alert Police to illegal activities online.
UK Football: Depth at Line
Joker says D-Line could be strength of not only the defense, but team as whole. Video Video
UPDATE: Lancaster Water Line Has Been Fixed
Officials in Garrard County have said a water main break at Buckeye Street and Hamilton Street has been repaired.
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