2017 Solar Eclipse

Local eye doctors report no complaints so far after eclipse

Visitors take Aviation Heritage Park for unique eclipse viewing opportunities

People from around the world brought together, cheering as totality fell on Franklin

Thousands gather at Chaney's Dairy Barn to view the eclipse

Out-of-towners coming to Kentucky for Monday's eclipse

Emergency rooms prepare for eclipse day

Hoptown kicks off eclipse weekend and officials address plan

EMS works to prepare for medical emergencies during eclipse

SKYCTC helps students, staff prepare for total solar eclipse

Barren County Schools excusing absences on Eclipse Day

NASA astrophysicist says Americans should be excited yet cautious with total solar eclipse on horizon

A business is partnering with the Hardin Planetarium to provide eclipse merchandise

Simpson County plans to celebrate the eclipse with pre-eclipse weekend events

Emergency Management pushing preparedness leading up to eclipse day

WATCH: Where to See the Eclipse

More than spectacle: Eclipses create science and so can you

Hardin Planetarium adds show times due to increased interest in eclipse

Animals could be impacted by eclipse

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Countdown to Totality

The Great American Solar Eclipse arrives Monday, August 21st and WBKO 13 News will be there with LIVE coverage from all over South Central Kentucky. With the use of multi-pack live units, our AAASystems WeatherCam Network, live national feeds from ABCNews, and in-studio and on-site eclipse experts, we will be able to safely bring you this once in a lifetime event.

Leading up to the total solar eclipse, 13 News and Weather is offering exclusive content here at WBKO.com for you to learn everything you need to know about the eclipse - its history, how to view it safely and how local skywatchers, businesses, hotels and government agencies are preparing.