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Stumbo Leaves Office With 'No Regrets'

Posted: 01/05/2008 - Attorney General Greg Stumbo says he's leaving office with "no regrets" after serving the past four years as the state's top law enforcement official.

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Former Teacher's Aide Facing Charges

Posted: 01/05/2008 - A former Tennessee teacher's aide charged with taking two boys to Bell County for sex faces new charges tonight.

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Possible Serial Robber Strikes Again

Updated: 01/05/2008 - Police say the US Bank on Nicholasville road was getting ready to close for the weekend when a man with a mask came in and demanded money.

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Missing Man Back Home

Updated: 01/05/2008 - Police were looking for George Washington White, also known as Jig, along Route 292.

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City of Corbin Could Undergo Facelift

Posted: 01/04/2008 - Corbin officials are asking businesses to apply for grants that would pay for renovations to the outside of the city's downtown buildings.

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Floyd County Fire Suspicious

Posted: 01/04/2008 - Floyd County firefighters battled a suspicious house fire at an abandoned building Friday morning.

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Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Child Abuse Charges

Updated: 01/04/2008 - Shaunna Childers pleaded not guilty to charges related to the alleged abuse of her baby. The Johnson County woman's boyfriend is accused of stuffing baby wipes down her son's throat.

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Murder Trial Expected To Begin In July

Posted: 01/04/2008 - A man accused of killing a former Johnson County constable is expected to go to trial after undergoing psychiatric tests.

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Corbin Woman Victim Of Fraud

Updated: 01/04/2008 - She relies on child support to help pay her bills and hoped to get Christmas gifts for her children. Now a Southeastern Kentucky woman is just trying to get by after she says somebody else cashed her child support check.

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Beshear Outlines Plans To Cut State Spending

Updated: 01/04/2008 - Gov. Steve Beshear outlined his plan to rein in state spending Friday, including restrictions on state hiring and travel, attrition of state employees and a reduction in travel expenses.

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Obama, Huckabee Win Iowa Caucuses, Off To Running Start In 2008

Updated: 01/04/2008 - Sen. Barack Obama, bidding to become the nation's first black president, captured the Iowa caucuses Thursday night along with Republican, Mike Huckabee, a preacher turned politician, handily defeated Mitt Romney despite being outspent by tens of millions of dollars.

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