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Officials announced the start of a two-week enforcement blitz targeting aggressive driving behaviors.
It's a three day weekend for a lot of people for Labor Day. As many people know, this means more traffic, and more police patrolling.
A man accused of stealing tools from a Pike County home led police on a chase that ended along the Big Sandy River, according to the Appalachian-News Express.
Georgetown Sheriff's Deputy, Jamie Morales, who was injured in the line of duty says he has reached another milestone in his recovery.
Holiday travel can be a real headache whether you're flying or driving. This year, AAA says, could be the busiest in years.
According to the city, part of Waveland Museum Lane will be permanently closed starting Thursday.
Salt supplies, trained maintenance crews and 1,400 plow trucks are ready to respond during this snow and ice season.
Police have arrested a man they say pulled out a gun on a group of people after an argument about his driving speed.
Lexington Police have arrested a man for wanton endangerment, after they say he swerved his car towards officers while they conducted a traffic stop.
Several new laws are set to go in effect Saturday. Among those is one focusing on road safety, specifically for bicyclists.
Despite seeing all the snow melt away on the roads Saturday morning, the Division of Streets and Roads sends a warning as wet spots can freeze into black ice.
Lexington’s Division of Streets & Roads and Water Quality treated roads overnight.
AAA expects this to be the highest year-end travel volume on record, with over 107 million people traveling.
According to Transportation Cabinet Officials, I-75 northbound is closed near mile 121 for a crash.
KSP is asking drivers to be vigilant during the Kentucky National Guard's Memorial Ruck March.
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office says the driver of a car was under the influence when he rear-ended another car Monday night.
Police in West Virginia say a drunken motorist from Kentucky drove the wrong way on Interstate 64 at high speeds for at least 20 miles (32.2 kilometers) before his vehicle was stopped
Basketball fans from across Kentucky are making the drive to Indianapolis for opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament to see their teams in action, and for many drivers, it will be their first trip across new and improved tolled bridges.
With weather conditions worsening and roads becoming slick, multiple crashes are being reported in the Central Kentucky area
A circuit judge has ruled that two district judges committed a "great injustice" when they refused to let motorists participate in a traffic school run by the Jefferson County Attorney's office.