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Spotlighting cold weather preparedness efforts to remind Kentuckians of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning, hypothermia and food-borne illness from possible power outages and cold weather conditions.
With winter weather on the way, Kentucky State Police are asking drivers to use extra caution when on the roads.
Salt supplies, trained maintenance crews and 1,400 plow trucks are ready to respond during this snow and ice season.
Student reporters at the Kentucky Kernel told ABC 36 the bogus threat still has their classmates asking a lot of questions about their safety.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - People who live along Lexington's Liberty Road say it's not just busy, it's dangerous. Last Friday, a man was hit...
The Kentucky State Police, Post 10, Harlan, which provides coverage for Harlan, Bell and Knox counties, will be conducting periodic traffic safety checkpoints at locations approved by the Kentucky State Police Policy and Procedures Manual.
Madison County Schools are ready for a safe school year and so is school resource officer Whitney Maupin.
LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ)- There's a new rule taking effect today that protects health and safety in public housing by providing a smoke-free environment for...
Dump truck drivers in Georgetown say they got a safety reminder Thursday after two trucks crashed outside a quarry. The crash left a line of other drivers stuck, waiting to get to work.
Wednesday night, the Fayette County School Board is meeting to vote on a tax hike that would fund a school safety plan.
Several new laws are set to go in effect Saturday. Among those is one focusing on road safety, specifically for bicyclists.
A bridge that connects Scott and Woodford counties has been closed for nearly two years, for safety reasons. Some people don't like the delay in fixing it.
A new law was passed in 2016 directing the department to regulate aerial recreational devices. The deadline to register is quickly approaching.
A fatal crash in Clark County serves as a reminder to stay safe during this busy holiday weekend.
Fayette County Schools are working on ways to make their classrooms safer. This week, some of their plans are going into action.
The Fayette County Board of Education has approved fixed metal detectors inside schools, starting with Frederick Douglass High School.
Street closures announced ahead of possible post game gatherings in Lexington as Kentucky advances in the NCAA Tournament.
A highway safety improvement project will soon begin in the U.S. 62 in Harrison County.
A meeting was held at Henry Clay High School, opening the floor for discussion over an incident last Thursday.
Legislation aimed at increasing roadway safety for both motor vehicles and bicyclists passed the Senate Transportation committee today.