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DirecTV and AT&T customers may not be able to get UK-Florida game

THe SEC commissioner is warning DirecTV, AT&T U-Verse and AT&T TVNow subscribers that they may not be able to view games this weekend due to a feud between the two companies and Disney.

AT&T workers go on strike in nine states, including Kentucky

More than 20,000 At&T working across the southeast are on strike Saturday, including some in Kentucky. The workers say they’re protesting over unfair labor practices.

Police search for AT&T burglary suspect

Several items were taken from the store, according to police.

US appeals court blesses AT&T’s $81B merger with Time Warner

Defeats Trump administration by affirming merger won’t harm consumers or competition

AT&T store burglarized in Lexington

Police say someone broke out glass at the AT&T store on South Broadway and stole iPhones.

US 150 closed after cattle truck hits downed phone line

Lincoln County EMS says a cattle truck hit a phone line causing two of the three lanes on US 150 at Lee Drive to be blocked.

Lawsuit accuses AT&T Mobility of pregnancy discrimination

AT&T facing pregnancy discrimination lawsuit.

Judge dismisses AT&T lawsuit over utility pole access

The Federal Communications Commission had sided with the city, saying regulations on pole attachments don't apply in Kentucky.

Police seeking 2 after Lexington AT&T store robbed

Police are searching for two men they say robbed the AT&T store on South Broadway near Burley Avenue.

UPDATE: AT&T outage issue resolved, customers can call 911 again

Lexington Police say AT&T wireless customers can resume calling 911 in an emergency after outage issues resolved.

AT&T nationwide outage could affect 911 calls

Lexington Police are telling AT&T customers to call 859-258-3600 if they can't reach 911 due to nationwide outage.

Car plows into AT&T store, hitting a woman inside

Firefighters say a car plowed through an AT&T store in Lexington Thursday, hitting a woman inside.

AT&T files lawsuit over utility pole access in Louisville

AT&T has filed a federal lawsuit over action taken in Louisville that will let Google Fiber install equipment on AT&T's utility poles.

Federal fund will pay $30M per year for Kentucky broadband internet

A fund created by the Federal Communications Commission will pay AT&T $30 million a year for the next six years to make high-speed Internet available to more than 84,000 rural Kentucky homes and businesses.

Wireless, landline phone outages reported in Southeast

Phone carriers say some customers in the Southeast are experiencing outages with wireless and wired service.

UPDATE: AT&T says outages affect cellular & landline customers

Phone carriers say some customers in the Southeast are experiencing outages with wireless and wired service. AT&T spokesman Jim Greer said in an email Tuesday afternoon the outages affect cellular and landline servic

UPDATE: Multiple carriers experiencing outages

AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, And T-Mobile customers are experiencing service outages across the state.

Widespread AT&T outages across Kentucky

Lexington, Louisville, and Bowling Green are only three cities in the state experiencing a massive AT&T outage.

AT&T hiring 120 people in Kentucky

AT&T wants to hire 120 people in Kentucky.

Georgetown Police Catch A Break in Copper Thefts

Police in Scott County have arrested one person they believe is partly responsible for a string of copper thefts at an AT&T facility in Georgetown.

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New program encourages hiring people with criminal records, Lexington restaurant already on it

A new program is encouraging businesses to hire people with a criminal record, but for one Lexington restaurant, that’s nothing new.

McConnell: Congress working on funding to get children back in class

Senator Mitch McConnell says he knows it will be expensive to get children back in the classroom this fall amidst the pandemic.