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Judge Rules Sex Offender Law Unconstitutional

Updated: 07/25/2007 - When Kentucky's new sex offender law went into effect last October, Lexington police officers went door-to-door looking for convicted sex offenders. The law ruled that they could no longer live within 1,000 feet of a church, school, day care or a park with a pool. But now a Kentucky judge has ruled the law is unconstitutional.

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Lindsay Lohan Arrested Again

Posted: 07/24/2007 - The actress is facing drug and alcohol-related charges after being arrested early Tuesday morning.

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Murder Trial Continues With Dramatic Testimony

Updated: 07/24/2007 - William Oliver, the Bourbon County man who confessed to killing Jennifer Toadvine, testified Tuesday during the murder trial for the other defendant, Kristopher Carter.

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Students At Several Fayette County Public Schools Have The Option To Transfer To A Different School.....But The Deadline is Looming

Updated: 07/24/2007 - It's all part of the No Child Left Behind Initiative. If a school is failing to meet goals set by the state the parents can switch schools. While the CATS test scores, which this is primarily based, on won’t be in until September the district is predicting that 10 schools won't make the grade.

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Department Of Public Health Working To Contain Botulism Outbreak

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Public health scientists and food safety experts in Kentucky are working with federal officials to reduce the risk of possible foodborne illness in association with an outbreak of botulism affecting consumers in Texas and Indiana who ate canned hot dog chili sauce.

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Profits Decline For Lexmark

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Printer maker Lexmark International Incorporated announced today its second-quarter profit declined 16 percent on lower consumer segment sales and higher costs. But a release says its results managed to top Wall Street's forecast.

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Cumulus Media To Be Bought Out

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Cumulus Media, the second-largest US radio company, says it has agreed to be bought by an investor group led by Chief Executive Lewis Dickey and Merrill Lynch Private Equity for more than 507 million dollars.

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911: What's Your Emergency

Updated: 02/03/2009 - When most people dial 9-1-1 there's usually an emergency. But a 27 NEWSFIRST Investigation found many of the calls coming into 911 call centers across Central Kentucky have nothing to due with a true emergencies and it's costing you money.

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