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Search for bear threatens local tourism

Posted: 06/29/2010 - Sections of the Red River Gorge remain closed while search teams continue looking for the bear responsible for the first human attack in modern times. Several sightings have prompted Fish and Wildlife officials to set traps, but the bear still hasn't been captured, and forest officials fear it may attack again.

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New bourbon unveiled

Updated: 06/29/2010 - A Kentucky tradition is changing things up a bit.

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New mine safety legislation

Posted: 06/29/2010 - Democrats are set to announce sweeping new mine safety legislation that would make it easier to shut down mines with a pattern of serious safety violations.

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Dozens arrested in morning drug roundup

Updated: 06/29/2010 - Williamsburg Police arrested more than two dozen people Tuesday morning in an early morning drug roundup that resulted from a four month police investigation.

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Customers line up for iPhone 4

Posted: 06/29/2010 - Lexington Police were called to at least one AT&T store location as the newest version of Apple's iPhone went on sale.

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Man killed in head-on crash

Posted: 06/29/2010 - The woman driving the other car went to the hospital after the wreck in Clark County.

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Bear attack victim tells NEWSFIRST about ordeal

Updated: 06/29/2010 - Kentucky wildlife officials say it's the only known bear attack in Kentucky in modern times. A man is recovering after a bear attacked him while hiking in the Red River Gorge. The attack happened in Wolfe County. Part of the Gorge remains closed, and search crews are still looking for the animal.

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Kagan vows to be unbiased, deferential to Congress

Posted: 06/28/2010 - Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan pledged at her Senate confirmation hearing Monday to show the "evenhandedness and impartiality" the Constitution demands if she is confirmed, and to offer proper deference to Congress and the laws it makes.

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Biden touts stimulus in speech at GE plant

Updated: 06/28/2010 - Vice President Joe Biden took a swipe at government critics during a speech in an appliance factory Monday, crediting the massive federal stimulus program with helping jumpstart the economy through tax credits aimed at spurring private investment and job creation.

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