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Some state roads in northeast counties still have downed power lines

Debris removal, other clearing next phase of work.

From Bath and Rowan to Carter and Boyd, crews still at work on roads

Lesser traveled roads may take days to clear

Paint by Nature: Trees exhibit offers online experience 

Because county in "Red" zone, exhibit virtual only for now.

Woman ordered to pay Corps more than $40,000 for cutting trees

Corps argued she had the trees cut to improve view of Lake Cumberland from her property.

Fall season is going to look different this year at local orchards

Few things say fall like a family outing to apple orchards or pumpkin patches. Those trips will look a little different this year because of the Coronavirus but that's not the only thing causing problems.

Floyd schools change meal service, more than 42,000 still without power

As of late Monday night, more than 42,000 Kentucky Power customers in eastern Kentucky still were without electricity after Sunday's wind damage.

Kentuckians can donate used Christmas trees to help wildlife

Find out how you can help aquatic life across the state by donating your Christmas tree to the state.

City of Lexington celebrates anniversary of Reforest the Bluegrass

The city of Lexington celebrated the 20th anniversary of Reforest the Bluegrass this year.

25 downtown trees find a new home in Lexington

Twenty five trees that were located along Vine Street now have new homes outside of the downtown business district. All are doing fine.

Challenge offers chance to learn about trees and win prizes

The Citizens’ Environmental Academy says Lexington has a wide diversity of tree species so they have started a new Go See Trees initiative.

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.

Tornado touched down in Hardin Co. Wednesday night

The National Weather Service was in Hardin County Thursday surveying damage from Wednesday night's storm.

Woman says crews “butchered” her trees while working to restore power after storm

Kentucky Utilities says all power knocked out in Friday's storm is back on but one woman says crews did more harm than good.

Lexington PD respond to over 200 weather-related calls

Lexington Police were hard at work once the storms rolled in.

Truck fire, fallen trees strands hundreds of drivers on I-75 for hours

It was a crazy morning for drivers on Interstate 75 southbound in Fayette County after a combination of trees falling onto the road and a tractor trailer catching fire closed down all lanes.

Crews responding to trees, power lines down on Armstrong Mill

Crews are responding to reports of power lines down on Armstrong Mill at Delong Road.

UofL named Tree Campus USA, 8th year in a row

The Arbor Day Foundation has named the University of Louisville a Tree Campus USA for the eighth consecutive year, according to UofL. 

Cornell researchers to study tree pollution reduction in Ky

Cornell University students will be in Kentucky studying how trees near highways can mitigate pollution and improve human health.

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