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Nine more counties to join driver licensing by Transportation Cabinet in April

New regional offices offer ‘next-level’ services for Kentucky drivers

Driver licensing shifting from circuit clerks to Transportation Cabinet for Franklin, Woodford

Regional offices offer next level licensing services as part of statewide transition from circuit court clerks to Transportation Cabinet

Water washes away part of Casey County road

According to the state, one lane of KY 70 between mile markers five and six was washed away. 

Bill to allow off-road vehicles on highways headed to Senate

A bill that would allow off-highway vehicles to operate on state and county roads passed a Senate committee Tuesday.

Highway safety project planned for U.S. 60 in east Kentucky

Transportation officials say a highway safety project is planned to upgrade a section of U.S. Highway 60 in eastern Kentucky.

State transportation department says to be cautious of black ice

The state warns as the cold weather continues, including light snow, to be cautious of black ice. 

Annual Adopt-a-Highway art contest theme announced

The Transportation Cabinet announced its 2019/2020 Adopt-a-Highway student art contest theme: Keeping Kentucky Beautiful.

REAL ID’s available for Henry County

Voluntary travel ID's are now available in Frankfort for people who live in Henry County.

Regional offices in Kentucky to issue Real ID licenses

The state faces an Oct. 1, 2020, federal deadline to start issuing Real ID driver’s licenses.

Bridge replacement project starting this month in Kentucky

Contractors are set to begin work on a bridge replacement project in Kentucky.

Kentucky scraps plan to distribute Real ID licenses

The Transportation Cabinet says the program resulted in unsustainable increases in staffing and workload in those offices.

Lane closures continue on I-75 in Fayette Co.

Lane closures on northbound I-75 in Fayette County will continue through early July, according to the Transportation Cabinet. 

City of Middlesboro awarded $125,000 for pothole work

Changes are coming to 15th Street in Middlesboro. 

KYTC announces plan to build more than 100 bridges

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says it will build more than 100 bridges in eastern and southeastern Kentucky under a new plan. 

Rain is causing problems on roads

Rain is causing problems on roads

Travel safety tips for frigid weekend

Temperatures are going to drop tonight, but before that drivers need to be cautious on the roads.

Changes coming to renew personalized plates in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky officials say a change is coming for people looking to renew personalized license plates. The Transportation Cabinet says personalized plates...

Changes coming to renew personalized plates in Kentucky

Officials say the change brings personalized plates in line with standard-issue plates.

Scott County road closed while traffic moves onto new bridge

Switzer Road/ KY 1689 at milepoint 1.81 in Scott County will temporarily be closed this week while the transportation cabinet moves traffic onto a new bridge. 

Road closures scheduled for two major Fayette Co. roads

Newtown Pike and New Circle Road are scheduled to close as part of the current road-widening project.

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Juvenile shot, vehicles also hit by bullets in Lexington

The shooting happened in the 600 block of Woodchuck Way just after 8:30 p.m., according to Lexington Police.

Two people killed, three injured in Todd County crash

The deadly accident happened on US 79 early Friday afternoon, according to KSP.

Grayson Chamber of Commerce warns of counterfeit money in circulation

Counterfeit detection pens won't turn the bogus $100 bills black, but will discolor them, according to officials.

Lexington firefighter accused of stealing money from youth softball team he coaches

Michael Garrett is accused of stealing money from the account of the youth softball team he coaches, according to Nicholasville Police.