Ky. Gov.: 'A long haul' ahead as state defrosts
CANEYVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Kentucky's governor warned it will be "a long haul" before life returns to normal after last week's deadly ice storm that cut power to hundreds of thousands and blocked roads with fallen trees and other debris.
Officials in the state's two largest cities, Lexington and Louisville, reported progress. Lexington Mayor Jim Newberry deactivated the city's Emergency Operations Center on Sunday evening after a sharp drop in the number of homes without electricity.
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