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Tuesday, August 3, 2021
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UPDATE: Services set for family killed in I-75 crash

Shock is turning into grief for families following an accident over the weekend in Lexington where police say a woman was driving the wrong way on I-75.

As COVID-19 restrictions ease, “100 Deadliest Days” begin for nation’s teens

AAA finds that 126 teen drivers were involved in fatal crashes in Kentucky over 10-year period ending in 2019

COVID keeping many people home during Thanksgiving

85% of Kentucky Residents Say They Are Not Traveling for Thanksgiving

Ky. 12-year-old urges safety on rural roads as harvest season begins

Cyrus Bivens hopes his plea will plant a seed in the minds of those flying through the backroads this fall.

Memorial Day weekend travel safety during COVID-19 pandemic

Memorial Day weekend is here and to the delight of some, Governor Andy Beshear has lifted some travel restrictions.

Driving Easter Egg hunts the next new thing

Like Teddy bear searches, Campton, other towns encouraging egg hunts.

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet: Tips for driving in snow & ice

Salt truck drivers continue to try to prepare for any slick spots on the roads for your morning commute as the winter weather continues.

KSP targeting high crash zones for aggressive drivers

Officials announced the start of a two-week enforcement blitz targeting aggressive driving behaviors.

Lexington Police Department: Holiday safety tips

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.

Burglary suspect jumps out of moving truck during chase

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.

Injured sheriff’s deputy Jamie Morales able to drive again

Georgetown Sheriff's Deputy, Jamie Morales, who was injured in the line of duty says he has reached another milestone in his recovery.

Just how busy will roads be this holiday weekend?

Holiday travel can be a real headache whether you're flying or driving. This year, AAA says, could be the busiest in years.

Lexington to close part of Waveland Museum Lane

According to the city, part of Waveland Museum Lane will be permanently closed starting Thursday.

State transportation crews ready for winter weather

Salt supplies, trained maintenance crews and 1,400 plow trucks are ready to respond during this snow and ice season.

Police: Man arrested after pulling gun after argument

Police have arrested a man they say pulled out a gun on a group of people after an argument about his driving speed.

LPD: Man arrested after swerving towards officers in car

Lexington Police have arrested a man for wanton endangerment, after they say he swerved his car towards officers while they conducted a traffic stop.

New “three-foot” bike law to go in effect Saturday

Several new laws are set to go in effect Saturday. Among those is one focusing on road safety, specifically for bicyclists.

Be on the lookout for black ice tonight

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.

Crews treated Lexington roads overnight

Lexington’s Division of Streets & Roads and Water Quality treated roads overnight.

AAA: Weekend holiday travel expected to break record

AAA expects this to be the highest year-end travel volume on record, with over 107 million people traveling.

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Lexington Police stop wrong-way driver having medical emergency

Officers say they were able to stop an elderly woman going the wrong-way on the outer loop of New Circle Road before any people or property were hurt.

Two people cut during fight in Lexington

Lexington Police say the assault happened near the corner of Citation Boulevard and McGranthiana Parkway.
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Madison County Public Schools not requiring masks to begin school year

Masks will be required to be worn on regular bus routes to and from school, according to the district's Return to School Plan.