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Remote Starters, Are They Against the Law?

Updated: 02/06/2007 - Remote starters allow people to have their cars thawed out, heated and running. Yet the problem is it may be against the law in Kentucky.

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Low Temps Mean More Business For Some

Updated: 02/05/2007 - It was so busy at one Somerset business that the owner says from past experience, some people simply panic when it comes to worries about heating systems.

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Suspect Arrested In Year's First Murder

Updated: 02/05/2007 - A man is in jail charged with killing his roommate in Lexington's first murder of the year. It happened late Saturday night at 217 Rugby Road.

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Sweet 16 Draws Announced

Updated: 02/02/2007 - The draws for both the boys and girls sweet 16 were announced Friday live on WKYT. Here are the pairings.

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Armed Robbery At Lexington Cell Phone Store

Updated: 02/02/2007 - Two men came into the Cricket store on East Main Street just after Seven P.M. The men showed a gun to the clerk and demanded all her belongings and the money from the store.

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Five Year Murder Mystery In Lincoln County

Updated: 02/01/2007 - It was five years ago today that Ryan Shangraw and Bo Upton were found murdered in Shangraw's Lincoln County home. Two Families still don't know who killed their sons.

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Smoking Ban Goes Into Effect

Updated: 01/06/2010 - Smoking or non-smoking, those are words people in one eastern Kentucky town won't hear anymore when they go out to dinner.

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Be Prepared If You Get Stranded In Your Vehicle

Updated: 01/31/2007 - We've all seen the stories on the news about people who get stranded in their vehicles during winter storms, which can have deadly results. However, a few simple things may keep you safe and even save your life.

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