A water crisis is gripping Kentucky.
The problem is a drought and there is no relief in sight.
In the US, there are roughly 7.5 million people who depend on drinking water, but the state has only 3 million.
So, the state is struggling to find money for the people who need it.
The crisis is being exacerbated by a massive wildfire in eastern Kentucky, which has left hundreds of thousands of homes without drinking water.
The state is also trying to keep water off of people’s homes by having it delivered to a handful of small cities that are often near water shortages.
But that’s just one of many problems facing the state.