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Republican Rudy Giuliani Hospitalized

Posted: 12/20/2007 - Republican Rudy Giuliani planned to head home to New York City on Thursday after spending the night in a St. Louis hospital getting checked out for flu-like symptoms, his campaign said.

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Crack Cocaine Delivery Intercepted

Posted: 12/19/2007 - A large quantity of crack cocaine destined for distribution in Harlan County was intercepted Tuesday, December 19.

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Fallen Trooper Remembered

Updated: 12/20/2007 - Family members say Trooper Jonathan Leonard wanted to be a police officer since he was a little boy. Wednesday night, family, friends, and fellow officers helped make sure Leonard's memory will live on one year after his tragic death.

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Rogers Announces $3.6 Million Going to PRIDE

Posted: 12/19/2007 - U.S. Rep. Harold “Hal” Rogers announced today that $3.6 million in funds has been approved by the House of Representatives to continue PRIDE’s proven results in cleaning up the environment in southern and eastern Kentucky.

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CPSC Announces Recalls

Posted: 12/19/2007 - American Honda Motor Corporation Recalls Lawn Mowers Due to Laceration Hazard and AAFES Recalls "Soldier Bear" Toys Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard.

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1964 CBS News Special: "Christmas in Appalachia"

Updated: 12/20/2007 - President Lyndon Johnson declared a war on poverty in 1964. That same year, a crew from CBS News came to Letcher County for a special called "Christmas in Appalachia."

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33 Sought In Clay County Drug Roundup

Posted: 12/19/2007 - A lengthy investigation of illegal drug trafficking in Clay County has led to arrest warrants being issued for 34 people – including one person who was peddling pills from his downtown business.

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Rogers Secures Over $23 Million to Fight Drugs

Posted: 12/19/2007 - U.S. Rep. Harold “Hal” Rogers announced today that the House of Representatives approved $23.3 million for various drug-fighting tools in the federal budget.

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Corps Considers Raising Water Level On Lake Cumberland Next Year

Posted: 12/19/2007 - Lake Cumberland's diminished water levels could start rising slightly next year as workers continue repairing a leaking dam, lifting hopes for an economic resurgence during next summer's tourism season at the massive reservoir in southern Kentucky.

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