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Relative: Spat began rampage that killed six

Updated: 09/11/2010 - A gunman enraged over how his wife cooked his eggs in rural eastern Kentucky shot five people dead with a shotgun before killing himself, a relative of two of the victims said.

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Thieves target tailgates

Updated: 09/10/2010 - Truck owners in Bracken, Lewis and Mason Counties have all reported having tailgates stolen.

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State struggles with Medicaid shortage

Posted: 09/10/2010 - Kentucky is grappling with a $470 million deficit in its Medicaid budget, a problem that Gov. Steve Beshear blames on state lawmakers who believed the federal government would offer financial help.

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City seeks Christmas tree donation

Posted: 09/10/2010 - Lexington city leaders say it's time for the yearly hunt for this year's Christmas trees. They're seeking several donated trees to decorate downtown.

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Judge halts execution

Updated: 09/10/2010 - A judge has halted the execution of a man that was set for next week.

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Judge stabbed at restaurant

Updated: 09/10/2010 - A judge has been rushed to the hospital after being attacked while eating at an Eastern Kentucky restaurant.

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Drivers warned to get ready for WEG traffic

Posted: 09/10/2010 - With just days to go before the start of the World Equestrian Games, officials announced Friday what they're doing to deal with the heavy traffic expected.

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Kentucky communities honor 9-11 victims

Updated: 09/10/2010 - The names of all the 9-11 victims were read aloud as part of a memorial ceremony on UKs campus Friday. A service was also held at MSU in Rowan County.

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Man dubbed 'Granddad Bandit' says he's not guilty

Updated: 09/10/2010 - The man suspected in bank robberies across the U.S. and in Kentucky, who was nicknamed the "Granddad Bandit" by the FBI, appeared in federal court today to enter a not guilty plea.

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President says economy is improving

Posted: 09/10/2010 - President Barack Obama insisted Friday that the U.S. economy is showing improvement from the deepest recession in decades but conceded the "progress has been painfully slow."

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