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Gas Prices Jump Around 30 Cents In Lexington Area

Updated: 01/25/2007 - If you had to fill up your car Wednesday night, you may have seen a jump at the pump. In a matter of hours, prices at some gas stations skyrocketed 20 cents or higher.

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People Sound Off Over Concerns of Lake Cumberland's Level

Updated: 01/24/2007 - Lake Cumberland is being lowered because of problems at Wolf Creek Dam, which is leaking. Now, state officials are offering some help to those who worry about the impact on tourism and the local economy.

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Neace In Court

Updated: 01/24/2007 - Michael Neace is charged with arson from the December 29th fire at his Mt. Sterling home. His 16-year-old stepdaughter's body was found dead inside. He has not been charged with murder. Today he appeared on a completely different case stemming from a conviction against him from three years ago.

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Jessamine Man Accused Of Sexually Abusing Child

Updated: 01/24/2007 - A Jessamine County man is in jail accused of taping himself having sex with a young child and police want to know if the man posted the dirty videos on the Internet.

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Former Band Director's Trial Begins

Updated: 01/24/2007 - A former band director at several eastern Kentucky schools is accused of having sex with one of his students.

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Woman Says She Was Held Hostage & Beaten

Updated: 01/24/2007 - She told police the abuse was bad enough she thought he killed her, now the man she says held her hostage for more than five hours is in jail.

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Schools Warn Students Of Child Predator In The Area

Updated: 01/23/2007 - Police in Winchester are hunting for a sexual predator. They say he lurks at bus stops and exposes himself to girls. Now school officials are working on ways to keep your kids safe.

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