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A state road in Nicholas County is scheduled to be closed for four days in late April for construction.
Bridge deck repairs are planned for Stratton Road in Mercer County, according to the state.
No rest areas have been closed by coronavirus, temporary repairs closed a couple but they are reopened
A bridge over the Green River in Kentucky will be closed for several days starting Friday.
Salt truck drivers continue to try to prepare for any slick spots on the roads for your morning commute as the winter weather continues.
The number of people killed in crashes in Kentucky went up in 2019 compared to the year before, according to preliminary numbers from the state.
Regional offices will open in Somerset and Paducah for people to get Real ID licenses.
A state highway in Lincoln County has reopened after being closed temporarily Tuesday following a propane spill from a tanker accident.
A rockslide in Knott County damaged a water line, leaving an estimated 15,000 people without water on Thursday, according to Knott County Water and Sewer.
Someone hacked into a road sign on Highway 92 East and changed it to say "Send Nudes."
The KY Transportation Cabinet says Fayette County residents can visit the driver's license headquarters in Frankfort to get a REAL ID.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet say the Simpson County Welcome Center closed Thursday for reconstruction.
A man is dead following a crash in Jessamine County.
Kentucky will get new, modernized license plates starting next year.
U.S. 25E southbound bridge will have lane closures from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. while the U.S. 25E northbound bridge will have lane closures from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The intersection of KY 2432 and Webb Street to the intersection of KY 2432 and Jones Street will be closed from November 25 at 8 a.m. to November 27 at 6 p.m.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says Clay County will be given $73,300 to be used for a repair on Beech Creek Road
After three years of construction, the new four-lane segment of the Mountain Parkway Expansion running through Salyersville’s Restaurant Row is now fully open to traffic.
The grants can help improve safety, access and mobility for motorists and freight movement.
To avoid carbon monoxide poisoning if trapped in snow, keep the exhaust pipe clear.