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Fire Kills Two People

Updated: 01/28/2007 - A 95 year old woman and her care-taker are killed when a home catches fire in Prestonsburg.

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Chase Ends With Man Arrested

Updated: 01/27/2007 - A man is in custody after doing thousands of dollars in damage during a police chase last night in Somerset.

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Several Police Cruisers Rammed During Chase

Updated: 01/27/2007 - A police chase turns violent Friday night in southern Kentucky. Officers in Somerset tried to stop a man wanted out of Indiana when he took off down the 914 by-pass. Police say the chase reached speeds of close to 100 miles per hour.

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Several Horses Are Abused

Updated: 01/26/2007 - A Pike County Sheriff's Deputy calls it the worst case of animal abuse he's ever seen.

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Feds Meet With State Officials Over Wolf Creek Dam Leak

Updated: 01/26/2007 - For first time since they released how far the levels on Lake Cumberland were going to be lowered in the wake of a leak at the dam, U.S. Army Corps officials met with state leaders in talking about how they're going to address concerns.

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Memorial Held For Man Killed In Car Accident

Updated: 01/25/2007 - He was a son, a husband, a basketball coach, and a soon-to-be father, but on New Year's Day, 27 year old Michael Alex died in a Breathitt County car accident.

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Jury Finds Former Oakwood Workers Innocent

Updated: 01/25/2007 - Since 2005 lawyers from the Attorney General's office have investigated several cases of alleged abuse and or neglect at the hands of Oakwood workers in Somerset. In five cases, a jury is yet to return a guilty verdict.

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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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