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Vandals target couple's home

Updated: 06/26/2010 - A Winchester couple was shocked to see that vandals had destroyed their landscaped yard overnight.

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Friends of man killed by drunk driver host fundraisers across Central Kentucky

Updated: 06/25/2010 - They're trying to turn a friend's tragic death into a lesson for others. Glen Bussell died in a car crash in Scott County last April. Police say a drunk driver caused the crash. Those who knew Bussell have formed an organization called Glen's Angels to spread awareness about driving drunk.

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Former Vice President Hospitalized

Posted: 06/25/2010 - Former Vice President Dick Cheney is hospitalized in Washington, D.C., for more tests after going to his doctors because of discomfort.

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"The Very Worst Thing" returns to the MAC

Updated: 06/25/2010 - Four months after a sold-out crowd saw the debut of a documentary about the 1958 Floyd County school bus crash, it returns to the Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg.

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Former VP Cheney hospitalized

Posted: 06/25/2010 - WASHINGTON (AP) - Former Vice President Dick Cheney was admitted to the hospital Friday after experiencing discomfort, the latest health scare for the 69-year-old Republican leader who has a long history of heart disease.

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Sheriff is under investigation

Posted: 06/25/2010 - A special grand jury is now investigating a Kentucky sheriff because of allegations of criminal wrongdoing.

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Boats, business down at the Lake

Updated: 06/25/2010 - For reasons they're not really sure about, many say traffic on Lake Cumberland is really down this summer.

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A year after a deadly crash, family still seeks justice

Updated: 06/25/2010 - Ronald Zavitz's family members say after a year, they want their case to go to the grand jury. They want to see Brock Standifer charged after court documents show he admitted to smoking marijuana 24 hours before the accident.

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Ky facing more budget woes if federal aid defeated

Posted: 06/25/2010 - LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Gov. Steve Beshear says the state could come up nearly $240 million short early next year if a federal spending bill defeated by a Senate Republican filibuster doesn't pass.

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