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Man thrown from car during crash

Posted: 04/02/2010 - The driver was airlifted to UK Hospital as a precaution, following the crash Friday morning on U.S. 27 in Lincoln County.

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EPA: New mining policy would protect water quality

Posted: 04/01/2010 - CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - The Obama administration Thursday spelled out tighter water quality standards for surface coal mines in Appalachia in a move that could curtail mountaintop removal mining.

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Father & son rescued in Red River Gorge

Posted: 04/01/2010 - It was supposed to be a fun hiking trip, but a father and son had to be rescued after getting lost in the Red River Gorge.

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Former police officer is indicted

Posted: 04/01/2010 - The son of former transportation secretary Bill Nighbert and a former police officer is indicted in connection with a pharmacy burglary in 2006.

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No Kentucky budget possible until later this month

Posted: 04/01/2010 - Kentucky lawmakers left town Thursday amid a budget impasse that clouded prospects for a spending plan, which could come up in a wrap-up session later this month if House and Senate negotiators can surmount their differences.

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Talks to continue on 'Amanda's Bill'

Posted: 04/01/2010 - A bill aimed at keeping electronic tabs on domestic abusers, spurred by the death of a former lawmaker's ex-fiance, appeared back on track Thursday after seeming in danger of being derailed in the waning days of Kentucky's legislative session.

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Ala. truck firm gets federal review in fatal crash

Posted: 04/01/2010 - An Alabama trucking firm will undergo a federal compliance review after one of its drivers was involved in a head-on crash that killed 11 people in Kentucky, officials said Thursday.

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Switchgrass being used as fuel at power plant

Updated: 04/01/2010 - The University of Kentucky, and East Kentucky Power Cooperative, are working together in a pilot project to grow switchgrass for energy purposes.

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Abortion doc's killer lashes out at court

Posted: 04/01/2010 - WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - A man who murdered one of the few U.S. doctors who performed late-term abortions lashed out at the court during his sentencing hearing Thursday and took the opportunity to describe abortion procedures in detail, which he was previously forbidden from doing during the trial.

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