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Road closed due to high water in Scott Co.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Transportation Cabinet officials say portions of routes maybe closed due to high waters in Scott County. They say Ky 620 is...

WATCH: Flooding closes Cynthiana businesses

Flood waters took over a shopping center along U.S. 27 South in Cynthiana, closing several businesses.

Bath County Schools closed Tuesday

Bath County Schools and Gateway Head Start in Bath County will be closed Tuesday.

Prestonsburg area schools closed Wednesday

Floyd County Schools Superintendent Danny Adkin says schools in the Prestonsburg area will be closed Wednesday, September 5.

KY 2996 to be closed in Whitley Co. on Thursday and Friday

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that KY 2996 (Wolf Creek River Road) in Whitley County will be closed at milepoint3.7 from 7 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 2 through 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3.

UPDATE: U.S. 460 re-opened after being closed all night due to semi crash

US-460 is blocked off in both directions west of Paris between US-27 and Centerville because of an overturned semi that was fully loaded.

Starbucks to close over 8,000 stores for anti-bias training

Starbucks will close more than 8,000 stores nationwide on Tuesday to conduct anti-bias training, the next of many steps the company is taking to try to restore its tarnished image as a hangout where all are welcome.

Valley View Ferry closed

The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River from the weekend rain.

Fatal crash closes portions of I-275 in Campbell County

A fatal crash involving at least to commercial vehicles continues to block I-275 in Campbell County

I-75 welcome center in Whitley County closed for maintenance

Motorists will need to plan pit stops elsewhere Wednesday.

Animal shelter closes adoption center due to understaffing

The Clark County Animal Shelter has closed its adoption center while it looks for more employees.

UPDATE: Crash is cleared at Clays Ferry Bridge

The crash at Clays Ferry Bridge has been cleared.

Valley View Ferry closed due to high water conditions

The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Valley View Ferry remains closed due to high water

The Valley View Ferry remains closed indefinitely due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Valley View Ferry remains closed due to high water conditions

The Valley View Ferry remains closed due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Valley View Ferry remains closed due to high water

The Valley View Ferry remains closed due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Accident closes one lane of Nicholasville Rd.

One lane is closed on Nicholasville Road at Arcadia Park in Lexington in front of the Baptist Health Hospital. 

Valley View Ferry closed until further notice

The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to high water conditions.

US 27 in Jessamine Co. reopens after serious crash

Nicholasville Police confirm a serious collision took place on US 27 in Jessamine County that shutdown the roadway.

Jenny Wiley State Resort Park amphitheater temporarily closed

The Kentucky Department of Parks announced the temporary closure of the amphitheater at Jenny Wiley State Resort Park in Prestonbur

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