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Lexington woman killed after stabbing

Updated: 09/14/2009 - A woman is found stabbed several times in her Lexington backyard and now police are on the hunt for the suspect.

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WHLN Radio Legend Dies

Posted: 09/12/2009 - An evening to honor heroes in Harlan County takes a more somber tone after one of the people set to be recognized died.

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Charitable organization holds walk-a-thon

Posted: 09/11/2009 - Volunteers with the Pike County charity "Hope" say recent coal layoffs have increased the demand for people needing their help.

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EPA identifies 79 coal mine permits for review

Posted: 09/11/2009 - CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - The Obama administration on Friday stepped up its efforts to curb environmental damage from surface coal mining, announcing plans to give 79 permit applications in four states additional scrutiny.

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Kentuckians remember the 9-11 attacks

Posted: 09/11/2009 - People across the nation, including many here in Kentucky, spent part of the day remembering the 9-11 attack on America.

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Radio legend dies at 84

Updated: 09/11/2009 - Jim Morgan died Friday at a Lexington hospital after years of failing health.

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Deputy coroner testifies in player death trial

Posted: 09/11/2009 - A teen football player's death appeared to be accidental, but that conclusion could change depending upon the outcome of a trial stemming from his collapse and demise, a deputy coroner testified Friday.

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Coroner: Man drowned in KY lake

Updated: 09/11/2009 - Months after being found in a car, submerged in a Kentucky lake, a southern Kentucky coroner now knows the victims cause of death.

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Local ceremonies commemorating Sept. 11th

Updated: 09/11/2009 - In Lexington, there are a number of ceremonies being held to commemorate the 9/11 anniversary today, one involving the UK ROTC and veterans groups, being held over at UK.

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On 9/11, day of mourning becomes day of service

Updated: 09/11/2009 - Drawing on the spirit that spurred volunteers to rush to the burning World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, Americans looked for ways to help each other on a day better known for mourning the thousands of people killed in the nation's worst terrorist attack.

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Man biking cross country for Parkinson's Disease stops in Hazard

Updated: 09/11/2009 - Friends say Skip Bailey always wanted to ride his bike from coast to coast. When his father was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease a few years ago, Bailey decided to make his cross country adventure and dedicate it to his dad with a mission to find a cure.

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House speaker proposes lease of private prison

Updated: 09/10/2009 - FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - House Speaker Greg Stumbo is calling for the Kentucky Justice Cabinet to consider a proposal to lease a private women's prison and operate it with state corrections officers.

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