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Campus Safety Task Force Issues Report

Posted: 09/07/2007 - After eight months, a committee formed to look into the safety on Kentucky's college and university campuses has finished its work.

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Darius Miller Verbally Commits To Play At Kentucky

Updated: 09/07/2007 - Billy Gillispie has won another recruiting battle, this one is his biggest to date so far within the commonwealth. Darius Miller from Mason County said this morning that he will play his college basketball at Kentucky.

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Officer And Former Officer Charged With Assault

Posted: 09/07/2007 - One police officer and one former police officer, both from central Kentucky, have been indicted on misdemeanor charges stemming from a July Fourth vehicle pursuit.

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UK Retirement Site Chosen

Posted: 09/07/2007 - The University of Kentucky has announced the location of the retirement community it plans to sponsor.

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Record High Foreclosures In KY

Posted: 09/07/2007 - Kentucky is tied for 11th in a national ranking based on the percentage of loans going into foreclosure during the April-June quarter.

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McConnell Targeted In Anti-War Ads

Posted: 09/07/2007 - A coalition of anti-war groups is airing about half a million dollars in ads against Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell and others.

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Tired Of I-75 Delays? Get Used To It.

Updated: 09/07/2007 - If you've driven into Lexington recently from the North or the West you've probably run into backups on the interstate.

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Fall From Bridge Kills Teen

Updated: 09/07/2007 - An 18-year-old is dead after falling off of High Bridge in Jessamine County.

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Plant's Opening Restores Hope To KY Community

Updated: 09/06/2007 - More than one hundred people lost their jobs when Alcoa closed its plant in Rockcastle County. Now, there's hope for the community after a major announcement made by Governor Fletcher on Thursday afternoon.

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No Change In Water Restrictions

Updated: 09/06/2007 - There's no change, but that's a good thing. The water advisory board met Thursday morning to talk about the ongoing water shortage in Fayette County, and for now, the water restrictions will not be getting any more strict.

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