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  • January is Radon Awareness Month
    The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is joining the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services in urging residents to learn more about the dangers of radon, particularly in the home. Radon is an invisible, odorless, radioactive gas that is found naturally in rocks and soil. It enters homes through […]
  • Special Weather Statement for Wed., Jan. 17
    Occasional light snow will continue into the early afternoon. Significant accumulations are not expected, but some areas may see an additional dusting to a few tenths of an inch of snow. Use caution if traveling. State and Lexington city road crews will continue clearing streets today. Please give these trucks plenty of room to work. Don’t […]
  • Special Weather Statement-Cold Temps & Flurries
    Temperatures will fall back into the single digits tonight. Though winds will be lighter than they were last night, wind chills will still fall into the 0 to -10 degree range. Dress warmly if you venture out, and keep a winter travel kit in your vehicle. Flurries and light snow showers are forecast to develop […]

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