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Six Arrested After Series Of Church Burglaries

Updated: 01/06/2007 - Six central Kentucky men have been arrested and charged with third-degree burglary after allegedly robbing nearly a dozen Richmond-area churches late last year.

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Rape Suspect Turns Himself In To Police

Updated: 01/05/2007 - A Lexington woman claims she was robbed, kidnapped and then raped. Today, one of the men wanted in connection to the incident turned himself in.

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Carbon Monoxide Detector Saves Woman's Life

Updated: 01/08/2007 - In your home, carbon monoxide is used in furnaces and water heaters, but if your home isn't vented properly the carbon monoxide can be trapped, posing a danger to you and your family. That's what happened to one Lexington woman this morning.

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Small Explosion At Lexington JIF Plant

Updated: 01/04/2007 - There doesn't appear to be much damage after a small explosion in a silo Thursday morning at Lexington's JIF peanut butter plant.

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Emergency Call Changes

Updated: 01/04/2007 - Changes have been made in Perry County concerning who responds to emergency calls.

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Police Say John Michael Keen Reached For Air Pistol

Updated: 01/04/2007 - Police now say the gun Keen had in his car and allegedly reached for was an air pistol. Officers say they had no way of knowing it wasn't a real gun when the entire incident happened.

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New School Opens In Lexington

Updated: 01/03/2007 - Students at Lexington's Bryan Station High School will be busy Wednesday moving into a new school.

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New Year's Day Accident Is Still Being Felt

Updated: 01/02/2007 - Traffic continued to flow along Highway 15 in Breathitt County Tuesday, But the remnants of a New Year's Day accident that took two lives still lies by the roadside.

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