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KU and LG&E offer safety tips for those dealing with flooding

Utility companies offer safety tips to flood victims.

Gas prices continue to fall

Gas prices in Lexington are nearly 28-cents cheaper a gallon than one year ago, according to a survey by GasBuddy.

Police: Vehicle damaged outside daycare in Berea

BEREA,Ky. (WTVQ) - Someone found a hole drilled in the gas tank of a van owned by a daycare in Berea, according to police. Officials...

Tree hits gas meter in Woodford Co.

According to Columbia Gas, a tree hit a gas meter in Woodford County after the storms Friday.

People head north through Kentucky to escape Irma

Interstate 75 in Kentucky is busier than usual as people from Florida are driving through to escape Hurricane Irma.

Gas prices spike in Kentucky

Officials with AAA say Kentucky has seen one of the largest spikes in gas prices of any state in the U.S. in the week since Hurricane Harvey hit Texas.

One lane closed on Winchester Rd. as crews repair gas leak

One lane remains closed on Winchester Road as Columbia Gas crews work to repair a gas leak.

National Radon Action Month – American Lung Association

Doug High welcomes Heather Wehrheim from the American Lung Association, who talks about National Radon Action Month, and how you can protect yourself and your family from the deadly gas.

4 Arrested After Shot Fired During Fight

Four men have been arrested after police say they got into a fight, and one of them shot another in the hand.

Good deed turns into roadside robbery on I-64

Frankfort Police say two men posing as stranded motorists along I-64 assaulted a good Samaritan with a knife and robbed him after the man pulled over to help.

PSC to hold public meeting on Columbia gas rate

The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) will hold a public meeting Wednesday in Lexington to receive public comments on a rate increase requested by Columbia Gas of Kentucky.

Residents voice their concerns about oily mist release in Powell County

After they say they were getting the runaround from officials with Kinder Morgan, who owns the Tennessee Gas Pipeline plant near Clay City, the people of Powell County are demanding an explanation from the company at a meeting at the Clay City Municipal Center. Many are looking for answers after a thick mist of natural gas condensate fell across the area when lightning struck the plant Monday afternoon.

Kentucky Power converts coal plant to natural gas

Kentucky Power says it has converted a coal plant in eastern Kentucky into one that uses natural gas.

Hundreds of gallons of gas stolen from FAA radar tower

Authorities are investigating the theft of thousands of dollars of diesel fuel, including some believed to have been stolen from a Federal Aviation Administration radar tower in eastern Kentucky.

Kentucky Utilities, LG&E closing several coal ash ponds

Prompted by new federal regulations, the state's two largest utility companies are closing several storage ponds that collect the coal ash burned by power plants.

State agency approves acquisition of Public Gas Co.

Kentucky Frontier Gas LLC is expanding again with the purchase of Public Gas Co.

Gas prices down for Thanksgiving travel

Gas prices are the lowest they’ve been in seven years for the Thanksgiving holiday, helpful for all the people who will be hitting the road to travel, according to AAA.

Columbia Gas: Prepare for Winter heating season

Columbia Gas of Kentucky is encouraging customers to takes steps now to prepare for winter heating season.

Toyota to power plant with energy from landfill

Toyota has announced a partnership with the Central Kentucky Landfill that will generate electricity from landfill gas starting November 23.

UPDATE: Natural gas leak in Jessamine Co. contained

Jessamine Co. Emergency Management has announced that a natural gas leak in the area of HWY 27 and Shun Pike has been contained.

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Lincoln investigators seek theft, burglary suspects

Investigators hope someone recognizes person in video.

Diverse group of college students to advice state on policies

Students come from diverse backgrounds, interests

Agencies get $220,000 to help fight child abuse

Grants go to groups in every part of the state

Drugs may have been cause of injury, late-night swim

Man seen running through neighborhood, taking swim.