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Sections Of Highway 267 Back Open

Updated: 06/24/2008 - An eastern Kentucky highway is back open after being closed due to an accident early Tuesday morning.

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Mayor's Business Is Vandalized

Posted: 06/23/2008 - One eastern Kentucky mayor is cleaning up after a brick was thrown through the window of her business.

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BBB Warns About DTV Converter Boxes

Posted: 06/23/2008 - A BBB investigation found that Universal TechTronics is peddling "five-year warranties for $59 that must be purchased with their "free" digital TV converter boxes With shipping and handling fees rolled in, the total cost per box is nearly $100.

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Applications At A Law School Climb

Posted: 06/23/2008 - Applications from prospective students are on a record pace at the Appalachian School of Law and could top 1,800 this year.

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Rural Voters Impact Presidential Election

Updated: 06/24/2008 - You may have more of an impact on the presidential election than you think. Rural voters make up 60 million or one-fifth of the population.

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Special Session Kicks Off In Frankfort

Updated: 06/24/2008 - Governor Beshear called the session last week so lawmakers could address the state pension system. See The Transcript Of Governor Beshear's Address To The General Assembly Inside

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George Carlin Mourned As A Counterculture Hero

Posted: 06/23/2008 - George Carlin, the frenzied performer whose routine "Seven Words You Can Never Say On Television" led to a key Supreme Court ruling on obscenity, has died.

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Mountain Cold Case - Walter Cropper - 1992

Updated: 06/23/2008 - He was set to become a job corp graduate within days and hoped to make Eastern Kentucky his permanent home, but 20 year old Walter Cropper's life was cut short in 1992. Police still have no idea how Cropper's body ended up in Georgia, hundreds of miles away from the Job Corp Center in Prestonsburg.

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New Problems For Oakwood

Posted: 06/22/2008 - A Lexington Herald Leader report says even though a Lexington firm took over a Southern Kentucky facility for mentally handicapped adults, there are still new charges of abuse and neglect.

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UK Researchers Explore Causes Of ATV Crashes

Posted: 06/22/2008 - The rolling bluegrass hills of Kentucky make it a haven for ATV lovers. The state's rugged terrain and relaxed laws surrounding the popular off-road vehicles make it easy for anyone capable of operating the machines to hit the trail.

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