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Officials say $2.9 million to purchase equipment to protect communities from threats of terrorism and $2.3 million to fund enhancements of Kentucky’s 911 system statewide.
Lexington's 911 dispatchers say they need help keeping the city safe.
A new service in Anderson County will allow people who live in the area to text 911 during an emergency.
State Police say all phone line issues have been resolved and are working after being down at Post 1 in Mayfield/Graves County.
Police say an AT&T outage could make it harder to reach 911.
LEXINGTON/RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ/AP)- It has been 17 years since that tragic day in history, where thousands died from a terrorist attack. On Tuesday morning the...
Residents on Simpson Lane called 911 Wednesday to report orange water in Galloway Creek in Madison County.
The emergency operations center in Lexington lost power Monday, leaving people unable to report emergencies for a few minutes.
A 911 call from a child in Whitley County Saturday led to the arrest of two grandparents.
Lexington Emergency Management says it will test its network of outdoor warning signs Wednesday morning.
One of four Boyd County jail escapees was caught several hours after the escape Thursday, according to a post on Boyd County's 911 Facebook page.
officials say a service interruption has affected non-emergency calls to Lexington’s E-911 Center.
Ceremonies are taking place across the nation to commemorate the 16th anniversary of 9-11.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Monday is the anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks and this weekend, the people who died in the tragedy...
The Lexington Fire Department is sponsoring a 4.03 mile run to honor the 403 public safety workers who were killed during the 9/11 attacks.
A woman hiking in the Red River Gorge on Labor Day was rescued after calling 911 for help, according to Powell County Search & Rescue.
A two-year old girl overdosed on pills and her father, who was caring for her at the time, didn't call 911 or try to help his daughter in any way, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.
Lexington Police say AT&T wireless customers can resume calling 911 in an emergency after outage issues resolved.
Lexington Police are telling AT&T customers to call 859-258-3600 if they can't reach 911 due to nationwide outage.
It's every parent's nightmare - having a child go missing, but a new smartphone app aims to give parents every chance to give that scenario a happy ending. Jim Howell comes by the studio to talk with Katie Solove about the 911 SafeChild app, and tell her how it works.