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Facebook is down in many places across the nation

Users may have noticed that they aren't able to post a Thanksgiving update on Facebook.

Delta expects mostly normal schedule on Tuesday

A spokesman for Delta Air Lines says the majority of passengers stranded at the Atlanta airport that lost power have been booked on other flights that will leave Monday.

UPDATE: Lexington Police & Fire non-emergency numbers working again

The non-emergency numbers for Lexington Police and Lexington Fire began operating again around 10:15 p.m. Friday after being down for about four hours, according to E-911 officials.

Water outage planned in Gallatin Co. Tuesday

Officials at Kentucky American Water say there will be a planned water outage on Tuesday in Gallatin County.

Widespread power outages in Frankfort

A Facebook post from the Frankfort Plant Board says that customers in Frankfort are experiencing widespread power outages.

UPDATE: After Polo Club outage restored, power lost along Alexandria Drive

Following a power outage that left nearly 3,000 residents without electricity in the Polo Club area of Lexington Thursday morning, a second outage along Versailles Road and Alexandria Drive has been reported.

UPDATE: AT&T outage issue resolved, customers can call 911 again

Lexington Police say AT&T wireless customers can resume calling 911 in an emergency after outage issues resolved.

Major Power Outage on UK Campus

The University of Kentucky campus is experiencing a major power outage Monday morning.

UPDATE: Lexington City Phones Back in Service

All Lexington City phones were back in service as of 2:45 p.m. Tuesday following a partial outage earlier in the day due to a technical problem.

KU Officials: Squirrel Caused Lexington Power Outage

Officials at Kentucky Utilities say a transformer malfunction at a substation off of Harrodsburg Road has left over 5,000 people without power Wednesday morning.

Delta cancelling nearly 250 flights Tuesday morning

Delta's travails, and those of its customers, move into day two with the airline canceling nearly 250 flights.

BGE: Power outage affects 1400 Franklin County customers

Blue Grass Energy says more than 1,400 customers in Franklin County were without electricity Thursday night. The company says a substation went out.

Thousands without power in Lexington

Thousands of Central Kentuckians were in the dark Wednesday night.

UPDATE: Georgetown Community Hospital’s phone number working again

A Windstream outage that affected Georgetown Community Hospital's phone system on Monday, has been fixed, according to the hospital.

Phone system problems at Georgetown Community Hospital

Georgetown Community Hospital says a Wind Stream outage is affecting its phone system.

Kentucky Utilities: What to do if your power goes out

Many across Kentucky may be staying home during the snow storm on Friday. Power companies say some people will probably lose power for a while.

Berea plans for temporary outage next week for substation project

BEREA, Ky. (WTVQ)- The City of Berea says it's preparing for a temporary outage that will happen as the city switches transformers. Municipal utilities...

Wireless, landline phone outages reported in Southeast

Phone carriers say some customers in the Southeast are experiencing outages with wireless and wired service.

Widespread AT&T outages across Kentucky

Lexington, Louisville, and Bowling Green are only three cities in the state experiencing a massive AT&T outage.

Estill County back under Boil Water Advisory

Some people in Estill County are under another boil water advisory. It affects people on Millers Creek Road, Pryse Road, Driftwood Drive, John Campbell Road, Beatyville Road and Fitchburg Road.

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Keeneland catalogs 4,272 Yearlings for 2020 September Sale

The prestigious auction will offer online bidding and expanded phone bidding for those buyers participating remotely.