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Kentucky electric co-ops deploy over 80 lineworkers to aid in Hurricane Michael

Crews from 11 Kentucky electric cooperatives are on their way to Georgia to help with power restoration efforts.

Kentucky nurses heading to hurricane zone

A group of nurses here in central Kentucky will be heading out to North Carolina this weekend to help with hurricane relief.

Fort Campbell soldiers deploy to Puerto Rico

Fort Campbell soldiers have deployed to Puerto Rico to help with relief efforts after Hurricane Maria tore up the island, killing at least 16 people and leaving millions without power and water.
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Proposal offers property tax relief in gentrifying areas

A Kentucky city is exploring a program to assist longtime homeowners in gentrifying neighborhoods with property tax bills.

Lexington First Responders Planning Relief Trip in Tennessee

First responders in Lexington are collecting supplies to help with relief efforts in the Gatlinburg, Tennessee area.

Lexington law enforcement helping first responders in Baton Rouge

First responders from Lexington will soon be heading to Louisiana to help with flood relief. They plan to give law enforcement officers who have been working around the clock a break.
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KY Div. of Surplus Property sends supplies to Louisiana

As soon as Keith McNeil saw the news about the flood ravaged areas in Louisiana, he knew the Kentucky Division of Surplus Properties (DSP) had items that would be useful for helping flood victims and cleanup efforts.
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KY Red Cross workers headed to Louisiana

Members of the Bluegrass Area Chapter of the American Red Cross headed to Louisiana early Tuesday morning.

Bluegrass Chapter of American Red Cross heading to Louisiana

The Bluegrass Area Chapter of the American Red Cross is preparing to head south on Tuesday, to assist with relief efforts in Louisiana.

Some relief only days away…

Don’t expect much change in our overall weather pattern today as our skies will remain partly cloudy with just a few showers and thunderstorms. Any given thunderstorm could produce a brief heavy downpour. Some relieve is only a few days away as a cold front will sweep though by Saturday morning dropping our temperatures to around normal but more importantly, drying us out.

Hot & muggy again, some late rain showers Tuesday

Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy today with high temps near 90 degrees, late rain showers are expected this afternoon and early evening
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Red Cross making calls to help families affected by WV flooding

Officials at the Red Cross say people in Central Kentucky may be receiving a call from the organization.

Fog to start your Tuesday, but finally relief from the heat

Skies will be mostly sunny today with lower levels of humidity, finally, and high temps will be in the middle to upper 80's

Kentucky Baptist volunteers headed to Louisiana to help with flood relief

Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief is sending a group of flood recovery and Chaplain teams to help those affected by flooding in Louisiana.
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Ky. Disaster Relief teams heading to Flint to help in water crisis

Teams of Kentucky Baptists with expertise in providing clean drinking water to villagers in Third World countries are on their way to Michigan to install water purification systems for Flint-area families dealing with lead contamination.
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Relief following July storms available in expanded area

Small businesses and most private nonprofit organizations in Bell County are now eligible to apply for U.S. Small Business Administration economic injury disaster loans following storms and flooding that occurred July 11 to July 20.

UPDATE: Congress readies debate on Iran deal

Lawmakers in Washington are getting ready for what could be the most consequential foreign policy vote of their careers - over the Iran nuclear deal.
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3 counties added to July disaster declaration in Kentucky

Three more counties have been added to a disaster declaration stemming from severe storms in July.

Equine Rescue Relief Fund breaks $1,200

A "gofundme" page raising money for the care of three rescued horses has reached $1,200 of its $2,000 dollar goal.

After coal win, states seek similar relief for farms

They beat the EPA on coal, and now a group of state attorneys general hopes to score a similar victory on farming.

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