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Sickness Hits The Bluegrass Hard

Updated: 03/02/2009 - First it was the stomach virus now it seems more and more are coming in with flu symptoms.

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Flu Cases Increasing In Kentucky

Updated: 03/02/2009 - Health officials say flu cases are increasing across Kentucky. At least 75 cases are confirmed statewide, putting Kentucky in the CDC's second-highest category for flu activity.

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Man May Face Arson Charge

Posted: 03/02/2009 - Police in Winchester have arrested a man on charges he set a "camp fire" inside an apartment building.

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Guilty Plea Expected

Posted: 03/02/2009 - A guilty plea is expected from a former southern Kentucky college student, who's accused of trying to coerce a young woman into making a sexually graphic video for him.

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Pulaski Family of Five Hurt When Train Hits SUV

Updated: 03/02/2009 - Police say they don't know why the truck carring John and Tabitha Morrison and three children collided with the train. The accident happened at the Stanford Street crossing in Science Hill.

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Police Investigate Baby's Death

Posted: 03/02/2009 - Kentucky State Police say the three-month-old was pronounced dead on Friday in Lawrence County

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White House: AIG Help Critical, More Aid Possible

Posted: 03/02/2009 - WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House says the administration's latest aid to American International Group is critical as the insurer restructures. And, a spokesman isn't ruling out future help for the insurance giant.

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Federal Bid-Rigging Trial Being Moved To Covington

Posted: 03/02/2009 - FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - U.S. District Judge Danny Reeves on Monday ordered a federal bid-rigging trial moved from Frankfort to Covington, citing pre-trial publicity surrounding the high-profile case.

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