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Lexington is among several Kentucky cities that will take part Wednesday in a statewide tornado drill as part of severe weather awareness week.
Lexington Emergency Management will test its network of outdoor warning sirens tomorrow, Wednesday, October 3, 2018, at 10am.
Lexington Emergency Management says it will test its network of outdoor warning signs Wednesday morning.
Attorney General Andy Beshear announced Thursday a Lee County man has been indicted for assaulting a patient in his care.
Regularly scheduled siren testing Saturday in Richmond canceled due to event at EKU.
Three people were hurt in a collision involving a Fleming County sheriff's deputy who was responding to a call Tuesday night.
Emergency Management is alerting Lexington residents to emergency siren testing scheduled to take place on Wednesday.
The Division of emergency Management says that, with the possibility of severe weather on Thursday, and recent installation of new equipment, they will be conducting outdoor siren tests from 4:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Wednesday evening.
Lexington Emergency Management says they will be testing the outdoor siren/warning system in the city parks and golf courses at noon today.
Officials at Eastern Kentucky University are alerting residents that they will be testing the sirens on campus Saturday.
Nearby neighborhoods can expect additional sirens and messages when Eastern Kentucky University conducts a test of its own alert and notification system on Saturday, Aug. 6, at 12:20 p.m.
Lexington Emergency Management says that they will be testing warning sirens at Jacobson Park on Wednesday.
Sirens located at the Blue Grass Army Depot will be activated November 18 for an exercise.
The Army Depot will sound its sirens on Wednesday for an emergency preparedness drill.