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UPDATE: Missing Therapy Dog Returned to Lexington Man

Updated: 08/13/2012 - A Lexington man credits WKYT with the safe return of his therapy dog. We aired a story about the missing dog at 6 p.m. Sunday and minutes later, he got a call from the family who'd found him.

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Romney, Ryan appear together as running mates

Updated: 08/11/2012 - Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney is appearing alongside his running mate, Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan. Romney says Ryan is a man of what he calls "great steadiness" and "unquestioned integrity."

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UK resident doctor facing his own medical challenge

Updated: 08/10/2012 - Doctors take an oath to save lives, but what if as a doctor you didn't know if you were going to live to see another patient? As Amber Philpott reports a University of Kentucky doctor is living that reality right now and hoping for a call that will mean breathing will soon be easier.

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Experts: Kentucky bear population rapidly growing

Updated: 07/30/2012 - Once again wildlife experts are warning folks to be on the lookout for bears. Sunday night we told you about Holly Bay campground in Laurel County being closed because of black bears and now we've learned Great Meadows Campground in McCreary County has done the same thing.

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UK police: 8 charged over Olympic ticket scalping

Posted: 07/29/2012 - British police say eight people have been charged with attempts to illegally resell London Olympics tickets, including seats at Friday's showpiece opening ceremony.

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Kentucky farmers face paltry yields, hay shortages

Posted: 07/29/2012 - Kentucky agriculture is reeling from a one-two punch of heat and dry conditions. And farmers are feeling the pain from the prospects of shrinking income and inflated expenses caused by weather-related setbacks.

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Volunteers lend a hand to get school back open

Updated: 07/27/2012 - In two weeks students and teachers in Magoffin County will return to class. This school year isn't as easy to prepare for because of the March tornado. Friday WKYT was in Salyersville as teacher helped teacher look past devastation and to the future. Amber Philpott has more on the extreme makeover to get a school back open.

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