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Almost every county in the region is reporting flooding of some kind, from localized flooding on streets to creeks and rivers over flowing their banks.
The tens of thousands of gallons of hand sanitizer made b y the state's distilleries to fill a void caused by the coronavirus outbreak is beginning to hit the streets.
Road in Catlettsburg is closed near 20th Street as the city installs flood gates due to the rising Ohio River, according to KYTC.
Lexington mayor Linda Gorton held a news conference Friday morning to update the public on some of the impacts the weather's having on residents.
There will be limited lane and street closures at two separate locations in downtown Lexington this weekend.
Paducah officials are preparing to ask state officials for permission to use a special financing tool to pay for infrastructure in the city's downtown area.
The Streets and Roads Department is gearing up for winter weather.
Lexington spending $2,852,926 to increase the capacity of the stormwater system in the Joyland neighborhood.
On Monday morning in Lexington as the streets were being cleaned by the city; the community was working hard to do their part.
Emergency management says Lexington will be using its emergency notification system to ask some residents to move vehicles to off-street parking lots and parking areas. It says the calls will focus on people who live on snow emergency routes.
An Urban County Council committee on Tuesday tentatively approved a snow removal plan that would use private contractors to plow major streets and roads to supplement the city's efforts.
The debate over whether some one-way streets in downtown Lexington should be made two-way has been going on for years. The public had its chance Wednesday night to talk traffic.
Snow, ice and rain are all predicted for the weekend. Add that to single digit temperatures and Saturday could be a disaster on the roads and for power lines.
Officials from Lexington's division of Streets and Roads say they are now clearing streets ranked second, third and fourth priorities in their Snow Plan.
A Safe Kids study showed kids are at risk while crossing the street because of distractions.
Heavy rainfall on Thursday led to flooding on Lincoln County streets. Road crews said Highways 698 was closed down because high waters cracked the pavement and made the road impassable.
Lexington Road Crews said they’re not waiting around for this storm to hit before they start clearing the streets – they’re getting to work now.
After weeks of plowing and salting, potholes are covering many roads in Lexington. The streets department is now asking for the public's help in finding the holes that need to be replaced.
After weeks of putting down salt on the streets, road crews said they’re running out of rock salt. Scott County Road Maintenance Director J.R. Brandenberg said the shortage is nationwide.
The ice, snow and cold temperatures are affecting travel throughout Central Kentucky.
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