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Dog Abuse Trial Set For Today

Posted: 12/14/2007 - A Pulaski County man is scheduled to go on trial today on a cruelty to animals charge.

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Controversy Over Coins

Posted: 12/13/2007 - An email is circulating claiming the coins do not have the words "In God We Trust" printed on them. However, bank officials say that's not quite the case.

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CPSC Announces Recalls

Posted: 12/13/2007 - CPSC Warns Winter Storm Victims: Use Portable Generators Outdoors Only, Stokke Announces Recall of Certain Xplory(r) Strollers Due to Front Wheel Detachment, Hairstyling Irons Recalled by Farouk Systems Inc. Due to Fire and Burn Hazards, Fitness Quest Recalls Eclipse Elliptical Trainers Due to Fall Hazard, and ROMI Recalls SCUBA Regulators Due to Drowning Hazard.

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Clemens, Bonds, Tejada Named In Mitchell Report

Updated: 12/14/2007 - Roger Clemens, Miguel Tejada and Andy Pettitte were named in the long-awaited Mitchell Report on Thursday, an All-Star roster linked to steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs that put a question mark - if not an asterisk - next to some of baseball's biggest moments.

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Winning Powerball Ticket Sold In Kentucky

Posted: 12/13/2007 - The Powerball jackpot will drop back to 15 million dollars after a ticket sold in Kentucky matched all five numbers in Wednesday night's drawing for a 33.6 million dollar jackpot.

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Lawmakers Say They Will Block Health Care Benefits

Posted: 12/13/2007 - Two Democratic state legislators say they will try to stop public universities in Kentucky from providing health care benefits to unmarried, live-in partners of employees.

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State Settles With Fired Transportation Worker

Posted: 12/13/2007 - The state has agreed to pay more than $360,000 to settle with a Transportation Cabinet worker who helped ring a merit investigation that crippled former Gov. Ernie Fletcher's administration.

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Appalachian School Of Law President Retires

Posted: 12/13/2007 - Appalachian School of Law President Lu Ellsworth has retired from the school. He helped to establish with a goal of increasing legal assistance to the region's under served clients.

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Talks Continue To End Strike

Updated: 12/13/2007 - Emotions run high as nurses' union negotiators meet once again with Appalachian Regional Healthcare officials in Lexington. Union officials say the talks are progressive. Tonight we hear from striking nurses who wait anxiously outside the closed door talks.

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