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KYTC: Advertising, non-official signs prohibited on state highway rights of way

With spring mowing season here, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet reminds candidates and property owners that private signs and advertising are not allowed on state highway rights of way.

Western KY’s Natcher Parkway officially an interstate

Crews have begun installing signs that say Interstate 165 along the Natcher Parkway in western Kentucky.
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Man puts pro-gentrification signs in his front yard

Gentrification has been an issue in Lexington for years.

New sign honoring African-American Heritage Trail unveiled

This was the first of twelve signs designed help residents and visitors discover Lexington’s African-American history through a self-guided tour.
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Beshear, partners seek to raise human trafficking awareness through logo initiative

Attorney General Andy Beshear says part of combating human trafficking is helping Kentuckians understand how to identify trafficking victims and report the crime.

Outdoor warning siren testing scheduled Wednesday

Lexington Emergency Management says it will test its network of outdoor warning signs Wednesday morning.
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Sign campaign looks to keep people prepared

Over the past month we have seen one after another major natural disaster devastate parts of our world.

Signs seeking information about boy’s killing taken down

Signs seeking information about the fatal shooting of a 7-year-old boy have been taken down in a Kentucky community, prompting concern from the victim's family.
Anne Mason Elementary, First Responders

Georgetown PD treated to breakfast by elementary students

Police in Georgetown started off their Friday with a good breakfast, thanks to the students at Anne Mason Elementary School.
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$500 reward offered in London sign vandalism

London Laurel Co. Crime Stoppers is offering a $500 dollar reward for information leading to an arrest in the case of several "Vote Yes for London" signs that have been removed from a private property.

CCPS chairman to give resignation decision Tuesday

Michael Kuduk, the chairman of the Clark County Public Schools board, is expected to announce whether he will resign his position Tuesday.
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New red, white, and blue highway signs for 42 Miles of I-69

Governor Steve Beshear unveiled a new red, white and blue highway sign marking the designation of Interstate 69 for a section of the Edward T. Breathitt Pennyrile Parkway on Monday.

“Blue P” installed to help find parking

The Lexington Parking Authority (LPA) announced they are installing signs to help direct visitors toward public parking areas.
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New signs highlight fitness, Lexington sights

New pedestrian signs around downtown Lexington direct bicyclists and joggers to downtown landmarks.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

New signs aimed at helping with safety on highway curves

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is installing some new signs in northeastern Kentucky on highways that have a history of crashes in areas with curves.
NCAA bracket at 'Instant Signs'

Business displays huge NCAA bracket

An up-to-date banner bracket hanging on the of 'Instant Signs' has Lexington drivers seeing Solid Blue.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

KY Transportation: “No Campaign Signs of Highway Rights of Way”

Political candidates and their supporters are getting a reminder from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet: campaigns signs are illegal on state highway rights of way.
Handicap parking

Violators Who Park In Handicap Parking Will Now Pay More

Illegally parking in a handicap spot in Lexington will cost you big money starting Monday.
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Obama Signs Order On Response To Climate Change

A year after Superstorm Sandy devastated the East Coast, President Barack Obama signed an executive order Friday to make it easier for states and local governments to respond to weather disasters.
President Obama

Obama Signs Order On Response To Climate Change

A year after Superstorm Sandy devastated the East Coast, President Barack Obama signed an executive order Friday to make it easier for states and local governments to respond to weather disasters.

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