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Boaters advised to check restrictions, licenses for start of summer boating

Pent-up demand and summer-like temperatures have arrived in Kentucky and many families will be headed to their favorite lake during this Memorial Day weekend.

In case you forgot: Tips for being safe at home, on road this holiday weekend

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, and everyone is eager to go out and have as much fun...

Water Safety Day – Dollywood’s Splash Country 6-20

Meteorologist Eric Burke knows that summertime means fun at the pool for the kids, but safety is important.

Boil Water Advisory Extended

Kentucky American Water announced that the June 25 Boil Water advisory will be extended for an additional 24 hours.

Boil Water Advisory Extended

Kentucky American Water announced that the June 25 Boil Water advisory will be extended for an additional 24 hours.

Boil Water Advisory Extended

Kentucky American Water announced that the June 25 Boil Water advisory will be extended for an additional 24 hours.

Millersburg boil water advisory

Kentucky American Water customers in Millersburg have been issued a boil water advisory, as of 4:15 p.m. Thursday.

Safety City Reopening

Safety City is reopening, says Police Chief Barnard at a press conference today, and is having its first Summer Safety Fair.

Bodies of 2 missing boaters found in Trigg County

The bodies of two missing boaters in Trigg County have been found.

Website lets Kentuckians check on condition of waterways

State officials say Kentuckians can now click on a website to find out if their favorite spot on the water is safe to swim or if the fish there are healthy enough to eat.

Water Safety Tips For Memorial Day Weekend

Before you make a splash in the water this Memorial Day weekend, safety experts warn of the potential danger above and below the surface.

Reviewing Water Safety Tips

With this heat wave many folks are heading for the water, but drowning is the second leading cause of accidental deaths for people 15 - 44 years old, and most people drown within 10 - 30 feet of safety.

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