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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, and everyone is eager to go out and have as much fun...
Memorial Day weekend is here and to the delight of some, Governor Andy Beshear has lifted some travel restrictions.
With record low travel volume expected Memorial Day weekend, gas prices are forecast to be the lowest since 2003 going into the holiday, according to AAA.
Second resident may have positive test after traveling to California
Kentucky has added another location to issue Real ID licenses.
It's the weekend before the holidays and AAA is expecting millions of people to be traveling on the roads and in the sky.
55 million people are expected to travel this holiday weekend by plane, train, and cars according to AAA.
Frigid air and high winds are causing dangerous travel conditions throughout the eastern U.S. after a powerful winter storm pummeled the region over the weekend.
The winter weather has caused a lot of headaches for people trying to get home after this holiday weekend.
Holiday travel can be a real headache whether you're flying or driving. This year, AAA says, could be the busiest in years.
Several people have decided to ride out Hurricane Florence, including one Kentucky woman.
AAA expects this to be the highest year-end travel volume on record, with over 107 million people traveling.
The roads could be filled with tired drivers as millions travel for Thanksgiving.
There are multiple events happening in downtown Lexington on Saturday that will impact parking and traffic, so people are advised to plan ahead.
Officials with AAA say Kentucky has seen one of the largest spikes in gas prices of any state in the U.S. in the week since Hurricane Harvey hit Texas.
Today we're going to be talking about tire pressure and how weather effects it. An underinflated tire will wear away on the sides of the tires and the overinflated tires will wear away at the middle
Gatlinburg offers outdoor adventures, kid-friendly attractions, and laid-back scenic charms that keep families, friends and couples coming back, year after year.
The mayors of Kentucky's two largest cities are asking California's attorney general to consider exempting Louisville and Lexington from a travel ban.