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UPDATE: More than 6,400 start utility, rent assistance applications

Program goes back to April 2020 and can go three months forward.

State COVID cases lowest since Oct. 12, child care workers now vaccine eligible

Governor critical of bill limiting senate appointments; eviction, utility assistance opens.

Rural KY counties prepare for possible ice storm

WTVQ checked in with some rural counties where the damage is often felt the most and for the longest time.

State has up to $38 million available for utility help

Federal Funding will help Kentuckians offset the financial impact of COVID-19

Utility assistance available in Clark, Estill, Madison and Powell counties

KRFDC is encouraging homeowners and renters to apply

Some Morgan County residents to get water utility credits

Customer's complaint led to investigation

LG&E, KU vow to help customers, follow guidance on cutoffs

Utilities reassure customers; offer important information about ongoing assistance efforts

Water line replacement part of downtown utility work

Project in conjunction with city sewer project

15,000 still without power, most in Knott, Leslie, Letcher, Perry, Pike

Almost 26,000 Kentucky Power customers are in their third day without electricity, the utility said Wednesday.

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.

Ky American Water reminds customers be aware of scams

Be wary of individuals posing as water company employees trying to gain access to customers’ homes.

Can’t pay your heating costs? This program could help

The Community Action Council's Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) Crisis program starts Monday.

Kentucky American Water reminds customers to be aware of scams by imposters

Kentucky American Water wants to remind customers to be wary of individuals posing as water company employees trying to gain access to customers’ homes.

Kentucky temporarily waives restrictions for utility crews involved in power restoration efforts

As residents recover from damage caused by recent severe weather, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Secretary Greg Thomas issued an official order waiving hours of service regulations for utility vehicles involved in power restoration and debris removal efforts in Kentucky.

Public meeting scheduled to review utility rate case

Kentucky utility regulators have scheduled a meeting to receive public comments on a proposal by Atmos Energy Corp. to increase natural gas base rates.

Accident closes one lane of Nicholasville Rd.

One lane is closed on Nicholasville Road at Arcadia Park in Lexington in front of the Baptist Health Hospital. 

Natural gas costs expected to be higher in Kentucky

Utility regulators say Kentuckians who heat their homes with natural gas will see somewhat higher prices compared to a year ago.

Kentucky sending hurricane-relief workers South

Kentucky is sending National Guard soldiers and utility workers to help in areas affected by Hurricane Irma.

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Local activist calls for community help on Facebook

Devine Carama of One Lexington asks for community activists like himself to help prevent youth violence in Lexington.

More closures scheduled for Sulphur Well Pike/KY 39 bridge project

The closures are a result of the progression of the Bridging Kentucky Program's bridge replacement project.

Kentucky Humanities awards over $800,000 to COVID-impacted organizations

Kentucky Humanities ARP Grants provide funding to museums, archives, historic sites, and other nonprofit cultural agencies impacted by the pandemic.

Eddy Montgomery to serve as Director of the Office of Special Prosecutions

Montgomery most recently served as Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 28th Judicial Circuit until his retirement.