CINCINNATI -- Duke Energy reports about 500 power outages in neighborhoods around the Tri-State Friday morning.
Areas with the most outages include Batavia and Williamsburg, and Northern Kentucky's Park Hills.
Officials were unsure when power would be restored, but crews are working in various areas.
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