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Saturday, July 24, 2021
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Feds release investigative docs on Lincoln County pipeline blast

Federal investigators say the heat from a deadly gas pipeline explosion melted the siding on a home 1,100 feet away.

Heat may have sparked railroad ties fire

Fire along tracks on Angliana Avenue

Heat and dry conditions blamed for fire at construction site along I-75

Several departments responded to a construction site fire along I-75 near the Fayette-Madison County line on Sunday.

Low-income Kentuckians can keep the heat on with this annual program

Enrollment for the Crisis Component of the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program will begin Jan. 6 and run through March 31, or until funds run out.

Heat prompts change in waste collection schedule

The city’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its regular waste collection window next week.

Dry weather causes more communities to enact burn bans

The list of communities enacting local burn bans continues to grow as the dry, hot weather conditions persist.

Heat prompts change in Lexington waste collection schedule

In Lexington the city’s Division of Waste Management will be adjusting its regular waste collection window.

Heat just fine for Lexington flower business

If humans feel like wilting during this stretch of high temperatures, wouldn't flowers? 

How firefighters beat the heat

Imagine fighting a fire in heavy gear in this dangerous heat and humidity. Find out how Lexington firefighters do to stay hydrated and safe.

UPDATE: KSU restores heat in dorms

Kentucky State University has announced that heat has been restored.

LEM declared heat emergency

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Lexington Emergency Management has declared a phase 1 heat emergency for Lexington until midnight Thursday. High temperatures and humidity will combine...

Lexington opens cooling centers, discounting pool admission for July 4th

Lexington is opening cooling centers and cutting admission prices to pool and aquatic center for the Fourth of July.

Cooling stations available for those struggling in heat

The heat is so oppressive this week Lexington has a plan to keep people safe and cool.

Kentucky State Police: Don’t leave children in cars

As temperatures rise, Kentucky State Police are reminding people not to leave children inside vehicles.

Community action council kicks off LIHEAP

Some people can't afford to stay warm in the winter, so the community action council steps in.

Keeping your pets safe in the heat

Tips on how to protect your pet from the heat that could save its life.

Local organizations help to keep people safe during this heat wave

When temperatures start creeping up into the 90's like this it can become dangerous to people who have to be outside or don't have air conditioning.

Trash to be picked up earlier in Lexington due to the heat

Trash will be picked up earlier than usual at the end of this week in Lexington due to the heat.

CAC’s Begins 2017 LIHEAP Program

The Community Action Council's Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Crisis Program (LIHEAP) begins Monday, January 9, 2017.

Lexington Girl Collects Almost 200 Blankets for her Birthday

As we head into a rainy final weekend of winter break, advocates for the homeless in Lexington are scrambling to get together enough blankets and warm clothes for the people they care for, but volunteers are thankful for some help from a young woman who consistently puts the needs of others before her own material interests.

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Saint Peter Claver Church prays for choir director injured in car crash

Police say they don't know how or why Leny crashed. Leny's friends are in disbelief as he had just left choir practice right before the accident.

UPDATE: All roads reopen following freak car crash in Lexington

All roads reopened shortly after 9:00 p.m.

Traffic Update: NB I-75 in Scott County reopens after truck hits bridge overpass

The truck hit the Frogtown Road/KY 608 overpass. The bridge has been inspected and evaluated by state engineers.
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UPDATE: Two members of Kentucky State University board resign

Candace McGraw and Paul Harnice resigned days before the abrupt departure of the KSU president.