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PSC utility rate decision helps safeguard many electric customers

Attorney General Cameron’s Office of Rate Intervention Saves Kentuckians Nearly $18 million in Proposed Electrical Rate Increases

More than 900 still without power in six counties

Crews working through the day, hope to have most restored by Sunday night.

Power outages reported Christmas Eve in eastern Kentucky

Thousands of people in eastern Kentucky didn't have any power on Christmas Eve.

Kentucky Power and AEP Foundation provide grant to The Salvation Army

The grant will support the Salvation Army’s Pathway of Hope Program .

Kentucky Power, Big Sandy CC form training partnership

Partnership will help develop work force pipeline.

Kentucky Power proceeding with Pike, Floyd upgrades

Work to begin in Fall of 2021.

Kentucky Power makes donations to more groups

$36,000 goes to help with coronavirus relief

Some people in eastern Kentucky still without power one week after storm

Many Leslie County are still without power a week after a powerful storm hit eastern Kentucky.

UPDATE: Numbers down to 4,000 without power, estimates given

Kentucky Power released new estimates Thursday night when the utility expects to get all the power back on in eastern Kentucky.

15,000 still without power, most in Knott, Leslie, Letcher, Perry, Pike

Almost 26,000 Kentucky Power customers are in their third day without electricity, the utility said Wednesday.

Thousands of people in Eastern Kentucky still without power 48 hours after strong winds

As of Tuesday, April 14th at 8 p.m. Kentucky Power says approximately 32,000 customers are still without power after strong winds late Sunday night, April 12th. 

More than 39,000 still without power as of 10 a.m. Tuesday

More than 39,000 Kentucky Power customers remain without power in counties east and southeast of Lexington, even with more than 500 personnel working on repairs, the utility said during its 10:30 a.m. update Tuesday.

Floyd schools change meal service, more than 42,000 still without power

As of late Monday night, more than 42,000 Kentucky Power customers in eastern Kentucky still were without electricity after Sunday's wind damage.

Red Cross, Kentucky Power install free smoke alarms on MLK Day of Service

It is the second smoke detector install event in eastern Kentucky.

Kentucky Power to provide grant for children’s theater in Ashland

Kentucky Power's grant to pay for a children's theater in a museum in Ashland, marks the company's 100th Act of Appreciation this year.

Eager beaver blamed for power outage in Letcher County

A hungry beaver is blamed for a Thanksgiving morning power outage in Letcher County.

Wind blamed for thousands of power outages in eastern Kentucky

About 250 Kentucky Power crews and contractors worked Wednesday to restore power to thousands of customers in eastern Kentucky.

Jobs opportunities being funded for Perry County

Kentucky Power awarded a 300,000 dollar grant to Perry County to support jobs.

Kentucky Power gives STEM grant money to Lawrence Co. schools

Friday's fifth installment is Kentucky Power's last payment to Lawrence County Schools for its multi-year grant.

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More than 200 new COVID cases pushes Fayette above 28,000

Even with numbers remaining above 200, Fayette not seeing more increases

Lexington Police investigating assault, shots fired into air

Lexington Police are investigating after someone reportedly fired a gun during a fight Friday night on Dakota Street. 
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Covid victims honored outside Kentucky State Capitol

FRANKFORT, Ky (WTVQ) - Since the start of the global pandemic, there's been over 3,000 Kentuckians who have lost their lives from COVID-19. On Friday...