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Woman injured in violent home invasion

Updated: 02/14/2010 - Kentucky State Police are searching for suspects in an Eastern Kentucky home invasion. Investigators say Patricia Hall reports two unknown men forced their way into her residence in the Topmost community of Knott County on Saturday.

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No. 3 Kentucky beats No. 12 Tennessee 73-62

Posted: 02/13/2010 - John Wall had 24 points - one short of his career high - and Eric Bledsoe added 16 as No. 3 Kentucky fought off No. 12 Tennessee for a 73-62 victory Saturday night.

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Group pledges to help returning soldiers

Updated: 02/13/2010 - A group made up of numerous community leaders has pledged to help troops returning from deployment find resources they need to be successful in civilian life.

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Update on University of Alabama Huntsville Shootings

Posted: 02/13/2010 - - A biology professor at the University of Alabama in Huntsville accused of gunning down three of her colleagues during a faculty meeting in an apparent tenure dispute was known as a bright woman who some students said had difficulty explaining complicated topics.

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UK basketball documentary screening

Updated: 02/15/2010 - Former UK and NBA player Derek Anderson's documentary on the 95-96 championship team was unveiled Friday night in Lexington.

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Mt. Vernon left with no leader

Updated: 02/13/2010 - A Mt. Vernon city council member is very concerned about his town's future now that the mayor has been sentenced to jail time and is no longer in office.

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Toyota recalls Tacoma trucks over propeller shaft

Posted: 02/12/2010 - Toyota is recalling about 8,000 Tacoma pickup trucks from the 2010 model year to fix a problem with the front propeller shaft that could cause the vehicle to lose control.

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Airlines cancel flights as winter storm hits South

Posted: 02/12/2010 - - Airlines canceled nearly 1,900 flights Friday as snow pounded parts of the South and dumped several inches of white on Atlanta, home to the world's busiest airport.

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Shock, grief for an already troubled Winter Games

Posted: 02/12/2010 - VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) - A luger hurtling at nearly 90 mph down a track that athletes had warned was dangerously fast was killed when he lost control of his sled on a training run Friday, casting a shadow of grief over what was already a troubled Olympics even before the games could begin.

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