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27 Investigates: What's inside synthetic drugs?

Updated: 02/02/2012 - Many specialty shops throughout the state of Kentucky are selling products marketed as bath salts, potpourri, and even plant food. But, as forensic chemist says, most are not what they claim to be.

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Former Wildcat reaching out to young readers

Updated: 02/02/2012 - The all time leading scorer and rebounder in UK history remains to be Valerie Still. While Still made a name for herself on the basketball court, she doesn't want that to be her only legacy. Recently she was in Lexington promoting her new book, one that took her on her own personal journey of finding out who she really was even though some of the history wasn't always pleasant.

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Driver arrested, charged with deputy's death

Updated: 01/27/2012 - On the same day of the funeral for the Pike County sheriff's deputy killed in a three-vehicle crash, investigators announced one of the drivers involved has been arrested in the case.

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Moms supporting moms by donating milk

Updated: 01/26/2012 - We've all heard the health benefits breast milk has for babies. In Kentucky health numbers show only 56% of babies are breast fed, but now a Lexington business is offering a way moms can help support other moms by donating their extra milk. A new Milk Depot opened in Lexington Thursday that will help make donation easier for moms, it is only second one of its kind to open in the state.

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Coyotes spotted in Lexington neighborhood

Updated: 01/25/2012 - A coyote has been spotted roaming around the Tuscany neighborhood in Lexington. Now, officials plan to set up traps to stop the coyote from moving in permanently.

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Occupy Lexington protesters say they have a new plan

Updated: 01/25/2012 - Lexington Police cleaned up the Occupy Lexington site today and removed tents and signs while protesters were away. Tonight, protesters gathered to figure out their next move.

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UK Police Department makes the most of a bad situation

Posted: 01/24/2012 - The UK Police Department is hoping to make the situation right with the Georgetown YMCA after one of their officers left a loaded gun in a bathroom which forced officials to cancel a fundraising tournament for the Scott Co. YMCA.

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Senator Rand Paul speaks out about security controversy

Updated: 01/23/2012 - He says this proves his point. Senator Rand Paul is speaking out about an airport security controversy involving him Monday at the Nashville Airport. He says he was detained after refusing a TSA pat down. It came after a body scan found an "anomaly" in his leg. Now Paul says he's concerned incidents like this one will lead to the real enemy getting by.

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