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UK Police: Power Restored to North Side of Campus

Students moving to UK ran into an unexpected obstacle as the electricity went out on the campus' north side Friday morning, according to UK Police.

UPDATE: New Details On Accident During Ice Bucket Challenge

A statement released by the Campbellsville Police Department detailed what went wrong during Thursday morning's "Cold Water Plunge" at Campbellsville University.

Storm Barrels Through Southeastern Kentucky

A strong storm barreling through southeastern Kentucky has damaged homes and businesses and left power customers in the dark, but no injuries have been reported.

Staying Safe and Warm when the Storm Hits

As a late winter storm inches closer to the Bluegrass, the Kentucky Public Service Commission is offering advice to those who lose power or who attempt to clear away debris from the storm.

How Crews Restore Power In Menifee County

The day began with 400 people on their fourth day without electricity.

Temporary Shelter Open in Elliott County

Elliott County High School is being transferred into a shelter, at least for tonight.

Could Be Days Before Some In Menifee Co Get Power Back

Hundreds of people were still without power Thursday in Menifee County

Crews Report Power Slowly Returning to Homes

Following Tuesday night's freezing rains, utility workers have been working all of Wednesday to return power throughout the region.

Fayette Mall Experiences Power Outage

Fayette Mall customers and employees were left in the dark earlier today.

Another Day, Another Record for Energy Consumption

After Monday's record-breaking power usage of 5,035 megawatts seemed set in history, KU reported its consumers surpassed it Tuesday night by using 5,070 megawatts of power.

KU Urges Energy Conservation

Kentucky Utilities is urging people to cut back on electricity use because of the high demand.

KU Urges Energy Conservation

Kentucky Utilities is urging people to cut back on electricity use because of the high demand.

Update: Transformer Leaves Parts Of Frankfort In The Dark Again

Parts of Frankfort went dark again Saturday night as crews worked on repairing the transformer.

Storms Left Parts Of Berea In The Dark

The storms Thursday night left parts of Berea in the dark.

Storms Left Parts Of Berea In The Dark

The storms Thursday night left parts of Berea in the dark.

Electric Cooperatives’ Cybersecurity To Be Evaluated

A federal grant will pay for 6 of Kentucky's electricity distribution cooperatives to have their cybersecurity measures evaluated by a consulting firm.

Electric Cooperatives’ Cybersecurity To Be Evaluated

A federal grant will pay for 6 of Kentucky's electricity distribution cooperatives to have their cybersecurity measures evaluated by a consulting firm.

Power Restored To Most Of Corbin After Storms

Police say most of Corbin has power again after storms Tuesday knocked out electricity to the majority of the city.

More Kentucky Utilities Workers Headed East In Storm Relief

More workers from Kentucky Utilities are headed east to help storm ravaged areas hit by Sandy.

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