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Kentucky Tuition Increases Approved

Updated: 05/09/2008 - The Council on Postsecondary Education approved increases ranging from 6 percent to nearly 10 percent at a meeting on Friday.

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Fire At Coalfields Industrial Park

Updated: 05/09/2008 - A half dozen fire departments received an early morning call to a Perry County lumber plant. A fire broke out at the Trus Joist plant around two Friday morning.

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Animal Shelter Is Facing Financial Problems

Updated: 05/09/2008 - It's an animal shelter that serves three counties in southern Kentucky but officials say they can't continue to operate without more help from city and county governments.

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Tin Foil Thief Strikes Again At Lexington Gas Station

Posted: 05/08/2008 - Overnight on Thursday, Lexington police responded to another possible, bizarre gas theft. It's just the latest in a series of similar crimes as gas prices hit another record high.

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Facebook Agrees To New Safety Measures

Posted: 05/08/2008 - Officials from several states say Facebook has agreed to implement more than 40 safeguards to protect younger users.

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Accused Child Killer Returns To Court

Posted: 05/08/2008 - Lewis "Buck" Ballard is charged with the murder of Wesley Mullins. His body was found last summer in his grandfather's garage.

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Wait for It

Posted: 05/08/2008 - Hundreds of people waited in long lines for the cheapest gas around.

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Evidence Scant That Wright Hurt Obama Much In Ind., N.C.

Posted: 05/08/2008 - The reaction - or lack of it - by Indiana and North Carolina voters to the Rev. Jeremiah Wright's incendiary comments emphasizes how deeply entrenched the racial lines of support are for the two Democratic presidential rivals.

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Proposed Community College Tuition Hikes Halved

Updated: 05/08/2008 - Members of Kentucky's Council on Postsecondary Education has said five of the state's universities, including the community and technical college system, should not be allowed to raise tuition and fees as much as the schools proposed.

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Army OKs $248M In Barracks Repairs, But Housing Still Aging

Posted: 05/08/2008 - Thousands of soldiers at Fort McCoy, Fort Campbell and elsewhere are assigned to barracks built for the GIs who fought World War II and the Korean War. The buildings are showing their age, and the soldiers are getting fed up.

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Abused Horses Returned To Owners

Updated: 05/08/2008 - For more than a month Kim Hurst helped nurse dozens of malnourished horses back to health. But now, the Jessamine County Humane Society president is frustrated some of those animals are back with their owners.

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