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Madison countywide burn ban that was put into effect by Executive Order on August 9 has been lifted.
On Monday, Somerset/Pulaski County Special Response team posted on Facebook a series of photos depicting a wildfire.
Firefighters are working on putting out a wildfire at Red River Gorge in Daniel Boone National Forest.
October 1 is the beginning of the Fall Wildfire Hazard Season.
Franklin County Judge/Executive Huston Wells has issued a Burn Ban in Franklin County on the advice of Fire Chief Kevin Hutcherson.
East Bernstadt Fire and Rescue posted a video of a grass fire Sunday as dry conditions continue.
A London man was charged Friday with being under influence while starting a fire to burn leaves in violation of a local burn ban, according to deputies.
The Burn Ban list in Kentucky continues to grow as the hot, dry weather persists.
The list of communities enacting local burn bans continues to grow as the dry, hot weather conditions persist.
The hot dry conditions has some counties under a burn ban.
The Mercer County Fire Department issued a burn ban Saturday in effect until further notice.
Madison County is under a burn ban until further notice due to dry conditions.
A burn ban in Madison County that had been in effect since November 17th was lifted Thursday morning, on the recommendation of the Madison Co. Fire Chief.
Burn bans have been lifted in Clark and Metcalfe Counties, according to the Clark County Fire Department, and Metcalfe County Emergency Management, respectively.
The University of Kentucky is reminding Solid Blue fans that the Fayette County burn ban will affect tailgating Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium.
The Lexington Fire Department has issued an open burning ban for Fayette County until 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 23.
The Lexington Fire Department has issued an open burning ban for Fayette County until 12 p.m. on Saturday, March19.
The Whitley County Judge-Executive said windy conditions are making it easy for fires to get out of control.
Bath County is now under an outdoor burning ban.
Clark County has set the date for their rescheduled 4th of July fireworks. The original show was cancelled due to a burn ban and dry conditions in the area.
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