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Attack Victim Laid To Rest

Updated: 02/18/2008 - Family and friends say good-bye to a 91 year-old man who died after being attacked in his own home.

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Benefit Held For Young Cancer Patient

Updated: 02/17/2008 - She's a little girl with a very serious illness and Saturday a Central Kentucky community pulled together to help her get better.

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Moon Mystery Solved

Updated: 02/17/2008 - If you happened to look up into the sky Saturday night you might have noticed something a little different.

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Kentucky Downs LSU 67-63

Posted: 02/16/2008 - Joe Crawford scored 21 points to lead Kentucky over LSU on Saturday, 67-63.

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Vandals Target Two Churches

Updated: 02/15/2008 - Two Grayson County churches are cleaning up after vandals used spray paint to write offensive messages and also tipped over gravestones.

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Baby Wipes Abuse Case Returns To Court

Posted: 02/15/2008 - A couple charged after a baby was taken to the hospital with baby wipes shoved down his throat went back before a judge on Friday.

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Could Deadly New Circle Crash Have Been Prevented?

Updated: 02/15/2008 - TA deadly crash happened Thursday night on a section of New Circle Road that doesn't have the cable barriers in the median, leading some to question if the deadly crash could have been avoided.

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Emotions Run High In Casino Debate

Updated: 02/15/2008 - Sen. Williams says the fact that only three Senators stood in support of gaming shows that the issue has little chance of passage.

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Lexington Skyline Could Soon Be Changing

Updated: 02/15/2008 - A hotel and condominium tower is planned for downtown Lexington, with conceptual drawings showing a 40-story building that would be the tallest structure in the city.

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