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Transportation officials say a highway safety project is planned to upgrade a section of U.S. Highway 60 in eastern Kentucky.
Deputies say the 4-year-old child was seen walking down a highway near railroad tracks and high water.
Officials announced the start of a two-week enforcement blitz targeting aggressive driving behaviors.
Highway improvement ideas needed in Lewis County
A stretch of KY 613 in Powell County is closed indefinitely due to a pavement break.
Kentucky State Police responded to a report of a baby crawling along a Floyd County highway Wednesday.
A highway safety improvement project will soon begin in the U.S. 62 in Harrison County.
Nicholasville Police confirm a serious collision took place on US 27 in Jessamine County that shutdown the roadway.
Officials say five people including three children have been killed in a head-on crash on a two-lane highway in northern Kentucky.
Part of a highway in Lawrence County is shut down because of a landslide.
A Vanceburg man died Wednesday morning after a car crash, according to KSP.
Motorists in the state Kentucky will now find highway and traffic information online at Goky.ky.gov, replacing the traditional 511 travel and weather phone system.
Kentucky is participating in this year's national Click It or Ticket campaign aimed at ensuring motorists are using seatbelts.
Kentucky's Transportation Cabinet says it has hired a woman to serve as state highway engineer for the second time in the cabinet's history.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says crews are about to begin construction along a section of the AA Highway in northeast Kentucky.
Nine people were injured in a pileup on a Kentucky highway after a tractor-trailer crashed with a car and caught fire.
KYTC District 7 highway crews and contractors in Central KY will report at 4:00 and 5:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. Both contractors and state forces will be ready, mobilized and present at their routes prior to the snow falling.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has closed U.S. 51 at two locations in western Kentucky in response to rising floodwaters.
Kentucky's Transportation Cabinet is offering rewards as part of efforts to crack down on theft of copper wire from highway lighting systems.
Dozens of law enforcement officers across Kentucky have been honored for their work to keep impaired drivers off the road.