PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Winter could have at least one more blast for much of the U.S. after the late-season snow stops falling: Record low temperatures are in the forecast for dozens of cities.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) crews across the Commonwealth labored through the night and into Thursday to keep main routes passable in the face of a fierce winter storm that brought rain, sleet and a prodigious snowfall.
Heavy rain in the county contributed to a mudslide just outside the city limits of Evarts on Wednesday evening causing Mayor Eddie Manning to put an emergency plan into action.
Experiencing snow, sleet and rain, the county has been fortunate to have had only brief power outages during this recent winter event.A short-lived outage in the city of Harlan on Wednesday was quickly restored.
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The boil-water advisory for all Cawood Water District customers has been lifted. This includes Pathfork. Cawood Water District asks that water conservation efforts continue.
NEW YORK (AP) — Health officials say people should eat less sugar. But that's easier said than done.
Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park will host its First Saturday Community Coffee House on March 7, from 7 to 9 p.m. The UVa-Wise Bluegrass Band will serve as the featured hosts for this month's Coffee House.
FRANKFORT — Gov. Steve Beshear and First Lady Jane Beshear are joining with the Kentucky Commission on Women to host four premiere showings across the Commonwealth of the documentary “Dreamers & Doers: VOICES of Kentucky...
Classes canceled in Ky., Tenn. as winter storm hitMEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Schools were closed and flights cancelled as a winter storm dropped frozen precipitation in Kentucky and Tennessee Thursday.
State forces in District 11 continue to monitor routes for high water and/or flooding. Maintenance crews place signage in areas that are determined to be unsafe and impassable. When the water recedes and roads are deemed safe, “Road...
The Harlan County High School JROTC program has been very active this year and is busy preparing for its most prestigious event. The HCHS Color Guard will participate in the Kentucky Mr. and Miss Basketball ceremony at Rupp Arena on March...
As the county road department began addressing issues with flooding from across the area on Wednesday, residents received a winter storm warning effective through Thursday.
Harlan County Sheriff's Deputies arrested two men who were allegedly in the act of transporting a large amount of illegal prescription pills on Tuesday.
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Prosecutors on Tuesday charged five St. Paul residents in what authorities allege was a multistate sex-trafficking ring whose victims included minors.
Cumberland Mayor Carolyn Elliott asks that residents conserve and boil water for the next several days. The water plant had to be shut down for approximately six hours on Tuesday when a coal truck spilled fuel into the Poor Fork of the Cumberland...
Gearing up to offer their assistance to those residents who may need help with flooding issues expected to arise in the region, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife (KDFW) Officer Steve Combs said they are trained and have equipment to help if...
Chris Jones | Daily EnterpriseAn ominous pile of snow and ice proved to be a good place to explore Tuesday afternoon for Braxton Pugh and his sister Brianna as they played near their home on Mound Street in Harlan.
LOUISVILLE – More than 7,000 Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers were placed on alert Tuesday afternoon as another major winter storm heads toward Kentucky.
During a meeting on Friday, the Harlan Fiscal Court approved a resolution showing support of Kentucky Senate Bill 29. The bill is designed to ensure funding and stabilization of the state's road fund.
Black Mountain Utility District (BMUD) water storage tanks are now being filled in the Clover Fork area for residents in Louellen, Closplint and Holmes Mill, who continued to be out of water on Monday.
As residents begin surveying storm damage from almost two feet of snow being dumped on the county and subzero temperatures during the past two weeks, the Martins Fork Volunteer Fire Department (MFVFD) is looking at a collapsed roof and damage to five...
A Loyall man is facing a charge of receiving stolen property after allegedly selling battery cells that didn't belong to him to a recycling company.