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The cabinet says there will be no lane or road blockages while the work is being done but does say people driving or living in the area could notice an odor of natural gas.
K9 Ozzy has also become "Insta-famous," according to the department, with more than 1,100 followers on his Instagram account.
Administrative, non-emergency phone lines for the Lexington Police and Fire departments are not working consistently, according to city officials.
The farm says Kentucky Monument has donated three new markers for graves in the farm's horse cemetery.
The department announced on Thursday Thomasena Grider became its first African-American female sergeant.
The hospital says, to help protect the health and well-being of patients and healthcare workers during this flu season, it is placing temporary restriction on visitations.
Kentucky launches first interactive workforce dashboard
The Crime Victims Information Guide is part of the inaugural Survivor's Council’s final annual report.
Kentucky highway deaths declined in 2018.
Scott Lanter, the director of Public Safety and Operations at the Blue Grass Airport, set up a community food pantry at the airport.
Governor Bevin says he will visit Hyden on Thursday to have a dialogue about economic development and other issues impacting the state.
State Police say it's designed to help inform the public about the devastating effects of substance abuse.
Morehead Student University president Dr. Jay Morgan says university officials made the decision because they understand the needs of their service region and the students and communities within it.
CHI Saint Joseph Health announced Tuesday it will replace the KentuckyOne Health name as part of the health care system's new strategic plan.
Documentary and film screening, panel discussion and reception planned at the Ali Center for Black History Month.
Any full-time public school teacher in the state with at least three years of experience is eligible.
The organization announced Bill Farmer's retirement on Thursday.
Kentucky State Parks said in a statement that the hearing would be held at the park on January 24 at 6 p.m.
Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.
According to the Department of Tourism, the guide gives visitors insider information to help them plan their trip.