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Thursday, October 22, 2020
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UPDATE: 40-year-old identified as motorcycle crash victim

Police say the man crashed at 8:15 p.m. near the off-ramp of the North Broadway Southbound exit, closing the exit while crews investigate the crash.

Flood waters damage Morgan County church property

Weekend floods damaged some of the property around a Morgan County Church. 

UPDATE: Stretch of KY 8 closed again due to second mudslide

A stretch of KY 8 between Foster and Augusta in Bracken County, is temporarily closed due to a second mudslide in two days, according to the state.

Bad weather moves into Eastern states; 5 dead in South

Extreme wind gusts, blowing snow and widespread flooding is making traveling treacherous.

Roads already flooded in southeastern Kentucky

A number of roads in southeastern Kentucky are flooded from persistent rain and mudslides are being reported in the region.

Anderson County fire crews prepare for flooding emergencies

With the potential for flooding from persistent rain this week, the Anderson County Fire Department is prepared for water emergencies.

Flipped home among damage following afternoon storms

Wind and rain caused major problems Saturday afternoon for many people in Lexington and the surrounding area, according to several social media posts.

Mount Vernon responds to 7 weather related crashes Saturday

Mount Vernon Fire Department said it responded to seven weather related crashes on Saturday.

Kentucky drought declarations removed

Officials have removed drought declarations for all 120 counties in the Commonwealth.

Div. of forestry: more rain means more mushrooms

The Division of Forestry is warning people not to eat mushrooms they can't identify.

Heat just fine for Lexington flower business

If humans feel like wilting during this stretch of high temperatures, wouldn't flowers? 

A rainy Patriotic Music Concert at Transylvania University

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Rain, rain, go away. Despite all of the rain, the lawn in Gratz Park was filled with people holding on to...

Business feeling the rainy day blues this summer

The rain keeps on coming and businesses like Fairway to Heaven miniature golf course are feeling the effect.

Action in the infield at 145th Kentucky Oaks

Some folks attending the Kentucky Oaks don't always get the nicest seats in the house.

Road crews to patrol and treat routes

Road crews with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet have reported to patrol and spot treat routes as necessary.

Rain is causing problems on roads

Rain is causing problems on roads

KYTC crews ready for weekend snow duty across Kentucky

State snow plow and salt truck crews are prepared for another weekend of winter weather duty across northeast Kentucky.

City prepared for winter weather, residents urged to use caution on morning commute

With the mixture of rain and freezing precipitation that is expected to arrive, the city is urging commuters to use extra caution while driving Thursday morning.

Still haven’t picked a pumpkin? Frost shouldn’t get in the way

The threat of first frost has some people worried pumpkins will die before they can even pick them. That's actually the least of your concerns at the patch.

Hurricane Michael gains strength on course for north Florida

Michael gained new strength over warm tropical waters amid fears it would swiftly intensify into a major hurricane before striking Florida’s northeast Gulf Coast, where frantic coastal dwellers are boarding up homes and seeking evacuation routes away from the dangerous storm heading their way.

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Area agencies get help, set up ‘Drug Take Back Day’ locations

Deterra drug deactivation packets help law enforcement, residents dispose of opioids safely.

Possible drowning death investigated in Laurel County

Body found in pond off Hatcher Road early Thursday morning.

McDonald’s, Bluegrass CTC partnership helps kids go to college

Local McDonald’s owner/operators aim to hire more than 2,000 students in Lexington area