Kentucky residents can now go online to report suspected cases of epizootic hemorrhagic disease in dead or dying deer. The digital form is available at fw.ky.gov under the “Important Info” tab. Gabe Jenkins, big game coordinator for Kentucky Fish and Wildlife, said the information will be used to create up-to-date maps so the public can see the extent of the disease’s spread. The department has received more than 240 reports of dead or dying deer suspected of contracting epizootic hemorrhagic disease in 34 counties since mid-July. Most of the reports have been from eastern Kentucky.