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Man claiming to be animal control officer arrested

Updated: 02/01/2012 - Police say he came to an animal shelter claiming to be a Fort Knox Animal Control officer. But, investigators say the man had actually been barred from the military base. The Taylor County Sheriff's Office says 31-year-old Lee Otto also had guns, knives, a list of employee names, and aerial photos of the county's shelter when he showed up there. We talked to Otto's wife, who says there's an explanation for this bizarre incident.

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Former Wildcat reaching out to young readers

Updated: 02/02/2012 - The all time leading scorer and rebounder in UK history remains to be Valerie Still. While Still made a name for herself on the basketball court, she doesn't want that to be her only legacy. Recently she was in Lexington promoting her new book, one that took her on her own personal journey of finding out who she really was even though some of the history wasn't always pleasant.

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Clerk chases off would-be robber

Posted: 02/01/2012 - There were certainly some frightening moments both inside and around the Corner Pharmacy at Alexandria Drive and Cross Keys Road. Police say a man showed up here with a knife trying to rob the store, but he came face-to-face with a clerk who didn't plan on becoming a victim.

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Mummified body found in Lexington

Updated: 02/01/2012 - Lexington Police say they discovered a body Wednesday afternoon after receiving a tip on a missing person's case they've been working since late December.

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Lawmakers reject Cooper's Law

Updated: 02/02/2012 - Lawmakers have rejected a measure that could have helped a Lexington toddler with cerebral palsy in a fight with a homeowners association to keep a therapeutic playhouse in his backyard.

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'Soul Train' host found dead in home

Updated: 02/01/2012 - Don Cornelius, creator of the long-running TV dance show "Soul Train," shot himself to death Wednesday morning at his home, police said.

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Severe, rapid memory loss linked to future, fatal strokes

Posted: 02/01/2012 - People who died from stroke had the most severe and rapid memory loss prior to their stroke. Memory loss, commonly considered a part of aging, may help gauge a patient’s risk for future fatal strokes.

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Lawmakers to review issue over child's playhouse

Posted: 02/01/2012 - The House Local Government Committee is scheduled to vote on legislation Wednesday that would allow 3-year-old Cooper Veloudis to keep the playhouse that was recommended by his physical therapist to refine motor skills.

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Judge to pass sentence in 1991 slaying

Posted: 02/01/2012 - A jury on Jan. 23 convicted Michael Dale St. Clair of capital kidnapping in the death of Francis "Frank" Brady and recommended a death sentence.

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