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Missing man found safe

Updated: 09/13/2010 - Ernest Gilliland had been missing since September 1. Somerset Police he told them he had been in Lincoln County working in tobacco during his disappearance.

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School honors teacher killed in crash

Updated: 09/13/2010 - Lisa Watkins died over the weekend in a crash on Highway 1047. She was a teacher at Powell County Middle School.

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Man behind mass murder had criminal record

Updated: 09/13/2010 - 47-year-old Stanley Neace killed five people, then himself, in Breathitt County over the weekend. Court records show Neace pleaded guilty to a sexual abuse charge in 1998.

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Programming changes Monday on WKYT due to U.S. Open

Posted: 09/13/2010 - The men's final of the U.S. Open was postponed until 4 p.m. Monday due to rain in New York Sunday. "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and 27 NEWSFIRST at 5, 5:30, and 6 will air on the CWKYT.

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Masked man robs restaurant

Updated: 09/13/2010 - The robber wore a Richard Nixon masked while forcing employees into a freezer at the Captain D's on East Reynolds Road in Lexington. Police are investigating if this robbery is connected to others.

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Teen saves brothers from house fire

Updated: 09/13/2010 - A teenager is being called a hero after saving two of his siblings from the family's burning home. The fire broke out Sunday night in the Burgin community of Mercer county, next door to the fire station.

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Road reopens after dump truck crash

Updated: 09/13/2010 - U.S. 127 in Mercer County reopened around 9 a.m. Monday. It had been closed for hours after the crash.

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Truck crashes into home

Updated: 09/12/2010 - A central Kentucky couple got a frightening wake up call after a truck came crashing through their home.

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