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State acquires 2,500 acres in Scott Co. for wildlife recreation area

Posted: 12/09/2011 - Kentucky has acquired about 2,500 acres in Scott County that officials say will be used for public hunting, fishing and wildlife recreation. The land purchased by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is known as Rogers Gap and lies east of Interstate 75.

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Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Now Shop Local Saturday

Updated: 11/25/2011 - For holiday shoppers there is Black Friday and Cyber Monday, with stores offering big promotions and deep discounts. Now tucked in the middle is a national movement urging you to shop local this coming Saturday. This is the second year for Shop Small Business Saturday, created by American Express to get folks shopping their local downtowns.

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Tackling Concussions

Posted: 11/23/2011 - Concussions they have been in the headlines more than ever recently after several high profile incidents in the NFL. Each year the Centers for Disease Control say there are nearly two million traumatic brain injuries, 75% are concussions. The CDC also says 300,000 of those are sports related and its the second leading cause for brain injury in those 15 to 24 after car accidents. In recent years the numbers of concussions in young people have doubled, and some doctors call it a growing epidemic

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Most ticketed areas of 2011 in Lexington

Updated: 11/17/2011 - Each day many of us get in our cars and hit the road, but before you put the pedal to the metal, check out these top spots where police are watching out for reckless drivers.

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Businesses hit by check fraud scam

Updated: 11/17/2011 - It's something we all do, cash and write checks. However, a business in Madison County is out hundreds of dollars becasue of a fake check written on an account that doesn't exist.

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Grandmothers Secret Weapons in 2011 Campaign

Updated: 11/16/2011 - She burst onto the political scene, receiving more votes than 'any' other Democrat running in the November general election. Voters chose Alison Lundergan Grimes as Kentucky's 76th Secretary of State and she had a little help from her grandmothers! A week after winning her first election WKYT's Amber Philpott sits down with Grimes to talk about those feisty little ladies and why she is committed to getting Kentuckians moving in the right direction through jobs.

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Woman left looking for answers after theft

Updated: 11/15/2011 - A Pulaski County woman just wanted to help someone who was "down on his luck," but now she believes the man she hired to work at her business took advantage of her.

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Central Kentucky woman baking up Sweet Blessings

Updated: 11/04/2011 - A birthday, each of us have one and its our special day, but for some children a birthday party isn't always possible. A Central Kentucky woman decided that was unacceptable and left her job to make sure children who are less fortunate have a cake for blowing out candles. Ashley Boyd Gann started a non profit called Sweet Blessings that provides birthday cakes to less fortunate children.

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Kentucky welcomes home troops

Updated: 11/02/2011 - This morning 50 men and women from with the 149th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade returned to the Bluegrass after serving in Iraq since August.

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