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High winds brought town trees and power lines Sunday afternoon as a thin line of storms moved across central and eastern Kentucky.
Kentucky Power released new estimates Thursday night when the utility expects to get all the power back on in eastern Kentucky.
If an outdated system trying to handle an unimaginable number of claims wasn't enough, the state's unemployment insurance system in eastern Kentucky has a new problem - storm damage.
Thousands of people were without power Wednesday night in Lexington after a piece of equipment failed.
A hungry beaver is blamed for a Thanksgiving morning power outage in Letcher County.
A power outage in the Chevy Chase area Wednesday temporarily affected homes and crippled some businesses.
Lexington Emergency Management says the power outage is in parts of downtown and along the Versailles Road corridor.
A power outage in Lexington caused traffic tie-ups and forced some schools to dismiss early.
People trying to spend time at the Northside Branch of Lexington's public library Tuesday evening were in the dark.
According to the university, the transformer in Bowman Hall caught fire around 10 a.m. Thursday.
A snake made its way into a transformer on Rice Lane in Stanford and knocked out power.
Customers can now report an outage by scanning the bar code on their meters with their phone’s camera feature once the app is downloaded. It is free at both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
More than 750 KU customers without power in Lexington
A contract worker for Kentucky Utilities was shocked while working in the Arjay community of Bell County Tuesday.
Bluegrass Community & Technical College (BCTC) Leestown Campus in Lexington closed Tuesday afternoon due to a power outage.
Outage caused by an equipment issue at a substation.
Kentucky Utilities has restored power in Woodford County.
God's Pantry and Lexington plan to help people restock their refrigerator after the power outage from Friday's storms.
Strong storms in eastern Kentucky have left over 2,000 customers without power Monday.
A dump truck driver unloading debris at a demolition site hit power lines and was electrocuted Friday, according to the Fayette County coroner.