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UPDATE: Dozen urge state to hold KU accountable on Herrington Lake

Environmental groups, utility disagree on pollution, solutions.

Volunteers install energy-efficient porch lights during annual Day of Caring

Volunteers effort to install energy-efficient porch lights to help increase safety and help customers save energy.

Upgrades to LG&E and KU’s online outage map

Upgrades to LG&E and KU's online outage map

UPDATE: Most power restored to Lexington KU customers

More than 750 KU customers without power in Lexington

Fayette Co. officials install light bulbs on porches

FAYETTE COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - KU and the Fayette County Sheriff's Office lit up neighborhoods for safety on Tuesday afternoon for the 14th annual...

KU scam in Woodford Co.

The Woodford Sun says multiple sources are reporting a scam in Woodford County.

KU restores power in Woodford Co.

Kentucky Utilities has restored power in Woodford County.

Kentucky Utilities to celebrate ahead of Earth Day with seedling giveaways

In honor of Earth Day, April 22, Kentucky Utilities will support the environment by giving away approximately 4,500 eastern red bud seedlings at eight locations in Kentucky and Virginia.

KU and LG&E crews due back from Puerto Rico Friday

Kentucky Utilities and Louisville Gas & Electric crews are scheduled to arrive back in Kentucky Friday afternoon after helping restore power in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.

LG&E and KU giving campaign generates $2 million

Employees of LG&E and KU raise $2 million during "giving" campaign.

Tax savings settlement reached by LG&E and KU

Customers await approval of settlement between LG&E and KU that will result in tax savings.

Power outage affects 2,000 customers in Pimlico Parkway area

Kentucky Untilities says the outage is from a tree limb on power line.

PSC Revises Settlement in KU, LG&E Rate Cases

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has granted base rate increases sought by Louisville Gas & Electric Co. and Kentucky Utilities Co. , but reduced them below the levels agreed to earlier by the utilities and other parties to the cases.

Settlement reached in LG&E, KU rate increase proposal

Louisville Gas and Electric Co. and Kentucky Utilities have agreed to reduce their rate increase proposal, a move that Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear's office said will save ratepayers $90 million annually.

Beshear recommends $142 Million decrease in LG&E, KU rate proposal

The AG's Office of Rate Intervention recommends the Public Service Commission (PSC) hold LG&E and KU to approximately one-third of the increase requested in recently filed rate cases.

SCAM ALERT: Don’t Fall for Bogus Kentucky Utilities Caller

Lexington police are warning the public about a scam involving a person who will claim to be from Kentucky Utilities.

LG&E, KU Take Top Two Spots for Highest Customer Satisfaction

On Wednesday, Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company were named the top two ranking utilities in the Midwest/Midsize segment when it comes to electric business customer satisfaction.

As Cold Approaches, KU Provides Winter Safety Tips

With temperatures dropping and winter weather preparing to move into the area, Kentucky Utilities Company is offering a few simple steps to help area residents prepare to stay safe and comfortable in their homes.

LG&E and KU ramp up efforts to protect customers from utility scams

Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company are joining forces with gas and electric utilities across the U.S. and Canada to educate customers about scams.

KU and LG&E sending crews to Florida ahead of hurricane

KU and LG&E are sending crews to Florida ahead of Hurricane Matthew's arrival.

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UK hosts virtual career fairs

The first of two career fairs took place on Tuesday at the University of Kentucky. Due to COVID-19 restrictions it was a bit different for students.
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UPDATE: Businesses boarding up, Mayor provides update, Beshear has not signed Guard order yet

Regardless decision, fear is groups on either side will react

Central KY Salvation Army needs help to meet holiday need

The Salvation Army says it's worried it'll be harder to raise money this winter for people who need help even more right now because of coronavirus.