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FBI investigating Unabomber in 1982 Tylenol deaths

Updated: 05/19/2011 - Seven people died in the Chicago area after taking Tylenol that had been tampered with. The Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, is serving a life sentence for setting 16 explosions that killed three people.

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DNA testing granted for death row inmate

Updated: 05/19/2011 - John Roscoe Garland was convicted of killing three people in McCreary County in 1997. The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled Garland could have hair taken from the crime scene tested.

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Fire destroys well-known restaurant

Updated: 05/19/2011 - The fire broke out Thursday morning at Jean's Restaurant in Mount Vernon. Employees and customers were able to escape safely.

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Power restored following power outage

Posted: 05/19/2011 - According to KU's website, more than 2,400 customers were without power for about two hours early Thursday morning.

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Ambulance theft shocked paramedics

Updated: 05/19/2011 - An ambulance stolen from outside a Lexington emergency room was found abandoned late Wednesday night, hours after it was reported stolen.

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Organizers HIV/ AIDS fundraiser hope to raise awareness

Updated: 05/19/2011 - Budget cuts in Washington have had an impact on countless philanthropic organizations. For HIV/ AIDS activists, the squeeze comes right at a time when many are celebrating a turning point in policy.

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Bin Laden audio praises Arab protests

Posted: 05/18/2011 - Shortly before his death, Osama bin Laden recorded a message praising the Middle East protest movements and predicting that revolutions would spread across the region.

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Ky. mine hit with 10 withdrawal orders in May

Posted: 05/18/2011 - A southeastern Kentucky coal mine has been issued 10 withdrawal orders a month after federal regulators hit the mine's operator with a first-ever pattern of violations notice.

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Man accused of poisoning Auburn trees indicted

Updated: 05/18/2011 - A grand jury has indicted the man accused of poisoning the oak trees at Auburn's Toomer's Corner, where fans have long celebrated big wins and hundreds gathered after the Tigers won the football national championship on Jan. 10.

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Police: "School bandit" strikes again

Updated: 05/18/2011 - Police in Whitley County say someone is getting into schools, and stealing from purses belonging to teachers or staff members.

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Officer injured in violent crash speaks out

Updated: 05/18/2011 - He says the shock of it all still hasn't worn off. Now, the police officer who lost control of his cruiser and ended up in a violent crash is speaking out.

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Father of murder victim honored

Updated: 05/18/2011 - A state trooper who died in the line of duty back in 1971 was honored, while police continue to search for the man accused of murdering his daughter this year.

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Churches finding ways to stop youth violence

Updated: 05/18/2011 - A shooting victim remains in the hospital fighting for life, and while police do not think there's a growing problem, members of the community say they will step up to confront the violence.

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Rain slows down Habitat projects

Updated: 05/18/2011 - The soggy weather has slowed down many out door projects recently including the building of a few Habitat for Humanity houses. The Women Build group is hammering it out despite the downpours.

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