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Police Investigating Man Shot In Car

Posted: 08/03/2008 - ... the man was driving his car, had just crossed the Clark Memorial Bridge when gunshots were heard about 3:15 a.m.

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McConnell Focuses On Energy Issue To Ky. GOP Crowd

Posted: 08/02/2008 - Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell and Democratic challenger Bruce Lunsford took aim at different targets in their first campaign showdown amid the political frenzy of the annual Fancy Farm Picnic on Saturday in far western Kentucky.

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UK Announces 2008-09 Basketball Schedule

Updated: 08/18/2008 - Kentucky announced its 2008-09 men’s basketball schedule, which includes as many as 13 games, with the possibility of a 14th, televised on CBS, or the ESPN Family of Networks. The schedule features a trip to Las Vegas, 18 regular-season games at Rupp Arena and matchups with traditional foes North Carolina, Indiana and Louisville.

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Police Offer Tips To Avoid Copper Thefts

Updated: 08/01/2008 - Richmond Police say copper and aluminum thefts are on the rise, and now they are trying to help people prevent becoming victims.

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Comair Civil Trial Canceled

Updated: 08/01/2008 - Victims' families who sued the airline were scheduled to go to trial Monday, but late Friday afternoon, the judge called off the trial after a wave of last minute settlements.

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Young Burn Victim Soon To Leave Hospital

Updated: 08/01/2008 - Close to three months after a 16-year-old Clark County boy was burned in a house fire, he may soon leave UK Hospital, but the road to recovery is still long and challenging for Timothy Desjadon.

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New Leads in 1975 Murder Case

Posted: 08/01/2008 - A cold murder case in southern Ohio is heating up in eastern Kentucky after more than 30 years.

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