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Voter Turnout Expected To Be Low

Posted: 11/06/2007 - One of the biggest challenges candidates face is low voter turnout. Officials in Frankfort predicted that 42 percent of voters would turn out to vote statewide. However the numbers we're seeing here in Eastern Kentucky are showing that turnout was actually much less.

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New Developments In ARH Nurses Strike

Updated: 11/05/2007 - A big development in the nurse’s strike against Appalachian Regional Healthcare as nurses at one ARH hospital are asking to dissolve their local chapter of the Kentucky Nurses Association.

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Fletcher, Beshear Nearing Finish Line

Updated: 11/05/2007 - Tuesday morning, Kentuckians will head to the polls to decide who will be our next governor. Monday, both candidates did some last minute campaigning.

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Toddler Dies In House Fire

Updated: 11/05/2007 - Neighbors in a north Corbin subdivision are joining their friends in grieving over 2 year old McKinzie Robinson, who died Monday morning in his bedroom.

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Kentucky National Guard Honored With Anthem

Posted: 11/05/2007 - It may never be as well known as the Marine Corps' anthem "Semper Fidelis," but after more than two centuries helping protect the state's borders, the Kentucky National Guard has been honored with a song all its own.

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Operation UNITE Holds Unity Prayer March

Updated: 11/05/2007 - People in one Southern Kentucky community say they're tired of the drug problem and say they have a sure plan to fight it. They're hoping through prayer, they'll be able to turn their community's drug problem around.

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Forest Fire Threatens Homes

Posted: 11/04/2007 - A brush fire ignited in the Bonnyman area of Perry County after residents there say someone was burning their trash. Firefighters say flames threatened several homes there.

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Work On New Women’s Rehabilitation Center Underway

Updated: 11/05/2007 - Westcare Substance Abuse opened a male rehabilitation center in Eastern Kentucky in 2005 and is now working on a regional facility for women. The new facility will allow pregnant women and mothers to bring their children to the residential facility while they receive their treatment and care.

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Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery

Updated: 11/05/2007 - Time fell back a little later this year after Congress decided to extend Daylight Savings Time until the first weekend in November. Most of you have probably already set your clocks back, but it’s also recommended that when you adjust your clocks, you should change the batteries in your smoke and fire alarms, something that could save your life.

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UK Back In Polls

Posted: 11/04/2007 - A week off seems to have given the U-K football team some life in the eyes of college football pollsters.

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Fletcher, Beshear Nearing Finish Line

Updated: 11/04/2007 - Surrounded by placards and cheering supporters, Gov. Ernie Fletcher rallied an army of volunteers Sunday at a Republican Party field office here before hitting the streets for an afternoon of door-to-door campaigning.

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Benefit Concert Held In Memory of Jessica Lunsford

Updated: 11/04/2007 - In 2005, he lost his nine year old daughter after she was abducted, raped, and killed. Now, Mark Lunsford is putting up the fight of his life against sex offenders. As WYMT's Peter O'Connor reports, the Jackson County native came back to Kentucky to talk about how he's pushing for change.

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