Ally Blake, ABC2NEWS

Ally Blake


Lexington, KY, United States

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Ally Blake

Born in New York, but raised almost her entire life in North Carolina, Ally considers herself a southern girl and is excited to call Baltimore and Maryland her home. Growing up Ally has lots of extended family in Maryland and would visit often. Spending many Black Fridays the Columbia Mall and going to Ocean City with her family and playing mini golf. She is also enthusiastic to experience all… → Read More

Lexington homeless shelter gets ready for cold weather

The Catholic Action Center is ready to welcome those experiencing homelessness to their warm shelters with hot meals. → Read More

Carefully & confidently: Winter driving tips from AAA of the Bluegrass

As temps continue to fall, inclement weather can lead to messy conditions on the roadways. → Read More

Tips to save money as energy prices increase, temps drop

As energy prices increase and temperatures drop, many people will do anything to save a buck. → Read More

Ally Blake’s Forecast | Some heavy and much needed rain

Good Friday morning! It is a very wet morning as we get some much-needed rainfall. This will come with a transition to frigid temps and even the chance for some flakes! Also a big thank you to all of our veterans out there, mother nature is “showering” you today. → Read More

Crews working to control Estill County wildfire

The Kentucky Division of Forestry says around 30 acres are still burning. → Read More

How changing the clocks can affect for your health

Daylight saving time is over; for physicians, it can be a time of concern. → Read More

Annual 5k honoring fallen officer returns to Richmond

In 2015, Officer Daniel Ellis of the Richmond Police Department was shot in the line of duty. 7 years later, and the community still honors his memory with a 5K. → Read More

Toyota gives a preview of what the engineering HQ in Georgetown is working on

Toyota opened up its North American engineering headquarters in Georgetown on Tuesday. → Read More

160th anniversary of the battle of Perryville

This weekend marks the 160th anniversary of the battle of Perryville. → Read More

160th anniversary of the battle of Perryville

This weekend marks the 160th anniversary of the battle of Perryville. → Read More

State officials urge Kentuckians to be fire-wise as wildfire season begins

As the forecast looks dry, it’s important to prepare in the instance of a nearby fire. Kentucky wildfire season lasts until December 15. As the season begins, new restrictions will be in place for burning to keep everyone safe. → Read More

Some Kentuckians stuck in Florida as Hurricane Ian makes landfall

All eyes are on Hurricane Ian as it pounds Florida’s gulf coast. It made landfall Wednesday afternoon as the storm flirted with Category 5 status. → Read More

‘Let’s be safe’: Watch for farm equipment on the roads during harvest season

We are in the heart of harvest season in Kentucky. For many, that could mean seeing more farm equipment on the roads. In order to keep everyone safe, it’s important to be mindful and drive carefully. → Read More

Breathitt Co. tech center receives big donation to help recover from flooding

The principal said losses, including the building and supplies, total over a million dollars. → Read More

Lightning strikes Lexington home, leaves holes in roof

Earlier Saturday morning, the Lexington Fire Department responded to a call of lightning striking a home. → Read More

Kentucky girls hear ‘dream big’ message at women’s empowerment event

From self-confidence, mental health, respect, and working hard, the Rotary Club of Lexington After Hours partnered with BCTC and Fayette County Public Schools to empower young girls to dream big. → Read More

Book donations needed for EKY schools damaged by flooding

he Kentucky Educational Development Corporation continues to help with flood relief efforts. They’re now focusing their attention on books. → Read More

Lyme disease still a risk in Ky. as tick season winds down

As we near the end of tick season in Kentucky, it’s important to know that Lyme disease can still affect you. → Read More

Mobile health clinic helping people affected by flooding in Breathitt County

Juniper Health’s “mobile base camp” is at Marie Roberts Elementary where they are helping those in need. → Read More