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UPDATE: Multiagency recovery center to help Nicholas County residents recover from historic flooding

Gov. Andy Beshear issued a state of emergency following a severe storm on July 30 in Nicholas County.

Gov. Beshear requests major disaster declaration from federal government

After 30-day assessment period, Kentucky seeks help for damage from massive ice storm.

Kentucky Power Ice Storms Response update

Kentucky Power will continue to work through the weekend to address power outages.

Kentucky Power continues ice storms response

Two destructive ice storms moved through Kentucky Power’s territory in the past week.

Gov. Beshear update on state’s preparations, response to winter storms

On Wednesday, Gov. Andy Beshear said the state is taking necessary steps to clear roads and respond to the state of emergency brought on by winter storms.

Nursing home staff spends night with residents due to winter storm

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - It’s one big sleepover at Sayre Christian Village in Lexington as 25 staff members decided to stay Wednesday night ahead...

State offers updates on winter safety, especially for rural areas

Safety, tips, alternative heat, ice, power outage

Power outages reported Christmas Eve in eastern Kentucky

Thousands of people in eastern Kentucky didn't have any power on Christmas Eve.

Nashville storm turns deadly, thousands still without power

NWS reports wind gusts reached 72 miles per hour.

Bad weather moves into Eastern states; 5 dead in South

Extreme wind gusts, blowing snow and widespread flooding is making traveling treacherous as a storm system moves into the northeastern United States.

National weather service surveying damage in Kentucky

Madison County Emergency Management confirms the National Weather Service is investigating damages following storms Sunday afternoon.

Prestonsburg is recovering after deadly storm

Storms in eastern Kentucky on Wednesday turned deadly when a man was killed as he was driving his car.

Dealing with 23 dead challenges tiny Alabama community

With nearly two dozen people killed in a tornado outbreak that shattered a rural community in east Alabama, notifying the families of the dead was a huge, gut-wrenching task done in the privacy of a country church.

Record-breaking cold coming to Midwest after snowstorm

Extremely cold, record-breaking temperatures are settling across parts of the Midwest after a powerful snowstorm pounded the region overnight Monday, and forecasters are describing the subzero weather on the way as potentially life-threatening.

Frigid air, high winds cause dangerous travel conditions

Frigid air and high winds are causing dangerous travel conditions throughout the eastern U.S. after a powerful winter storm pummeled the region over the weekend.

High winds bring down trees in Lexington area

Several trees were reported blown down by high winds Monday afternoon in the Lexington-area, causing travel problems.

Michael charges into Southeast after slamming north Florida

The most powerful hurricane on record to hit Florida’s Panhandle left wide destruction and at least two people dead and wasn’t nearly finished Thursday as it crossed Georgia, now as a tropical storm, toward the Carolinas, that are still reeling from epic flooding by Hurricane Florence.

Florida Panhandle braces for Michael, now a Category 4 storm

Michael roared down on the Florida Panhandle strengthening into a Category 4 hurricane early Wednesday before it crashes against the region’s white-sand beaches, fishing villages and coastal communities later in the day.

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.

Wilmington Isle: Food, water handouts set in isolated city

With one of North Carolina’s largest cities still mostly cut off by floodwaters from Hurricane Florence, officials prepared to begin distributing food, water and tarps to Wilmington residents as yet more people were rescued from submerged inland neighborhoods.

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Bluegrass Community College will require masks starting Friday

Masks requirements come as Delta variant causes surge

St. Claire Healthcare, ARH join others across state in requiring vaccinations

Decisions apply to thousands of workers as health care industry takes the lead against surge

Baptist Health to require vaccine for all employees by Oct. 31

Requirement applies across all Baptist facilities

UK cyber inspection detects breach, initiates more security steps

The incident did not involve other university or college systems.