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Sunday, September 27, 2020
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City of Lexington activating its emergency winter plan

The city of Lexington is responding to the cold weather by activating its emergency winter plan.

UPDATE: Two separate deaths in Madison County ruled accidental

The deaths of two people who were found in Madison County in February, after being reported missing, were accidental, according to a report in the Richmond Register.

Catholic Action Center asking for donations

The center is asking for donations of soups, sandwiches, orange juice, milk, and luncheon meats.

University of Iowa student found dead amid cold

The body of a University of Iowa student has been found on the campus in Iowa City, and officials say they believe his death was weather-related.

Cold weather brings warning for pet owners

As temperatures drop, Lexington-Fayette Animal Care and Control is issuing a warning to pet owners to bring their pets indoors.

6-year-old collecting items for Lexington’s homeless

A little girl in Lexington is teaching everyone a big lesson about giving back to those in need.

First 72 on You campaign to help you stay safe and healthy in cold weather

Spotlighting cold weather preparedness efforts to remind Kentuckians of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning, hypothermia and food-borne illness from possible power outages and cold weather conditions.

Cold weather tips to keep you safe and warm

There are some simple things you can do to stay safe and warm in your home during cold weather.

Community action council kicks off LIHEAP

Some people can't afford to stay warm in the winter, so the community action council steps in.

Fayette County Public Schools cancel classes Friday

Due to the cold weather, Fayette County Public Schools cancelled classes for Friday, January 5, 2018.

Health threats posed by the cold weather

What you need to know about hypothermia, carbon monoxide poisoning and infant safe sleep in this cold weather.

City crews preparing for possible snow over upcoming weekend

City crews are pre-treating bridges and overpasses in advance of possible snow over the weekend.

Hope Center in need of cold weather donations

The Hope Center in Lexington is helping people get through this cold snap, and now you can help the center.

Weather plan in place for Lexington’s homeless

The Office of Homelessness Prevention & Intervention Weather Plan has been activated due to the forecast of extreme cold temperatures in Lexington.

Fire safety tips among cooler temps

Before you reach for a space heater, the Lexington fire department wants you to think safety first.

Emergency Weather Plan activated for Lexington’s homeless

Emergency Weather Plan activated in Lexington for the city's homeless with the return of cold weather.

Lexington center packed because of the cold

Lexington's emergency weather plan for homelessness is activated through at least tomorrow, which means the shelters are open 24-hours and transportation to those shelters is being provided.

Laurel County woman dies from hypothermia

An elderly woman suffering from dementia wandered away from her assisted living home and was found dead nearby hours later, a victim of hypothermia, according to the Laurel County coroner.

Magoffin County Schools closed Tuesday

Magoffin County Schools are closed Tuesday due to no heat.

Warming Center open at Morehead Gateway House

Gateway House announced that their Warming Center will be open today, and ask that anyone interested check in by 9pm.

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