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Public Smoking Ban Being Considered In Pikeville

Updated: 08/31/2007 - Last year, Pike County officials adopted an ordinance that banned smoking in all enclosed areas within the Pike County Courthouse and Hall of Justice. Now Pikeville city officials say a public smoking ban could be possible.

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Kentucky Blood Center Looking For Donors

Updated: 08/30/2007 - The amount of blood it takes to do live saving procedures is quickly lowering the region's blood supply, but you can help. Mobile blood centers across the state are making it easier for people to donate.

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Two Dozen Sought In Lawrence Drug Roundup

Updated: 08/31/2007 - Indictment warrants for individuals selling Morphine, OxyContin and Hydrocodone in and around Lawrence County were served during an Operation UNITE drug roundup conducted Thursday, August 30.

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UNITE Clubs, Counselors Honored For Efforts

Updated: 01/06/2010 - Regional winners for the elementary, middle and high school UNITE Club of the Year and UNITE substance abuse counselor of the year awards, were recognized Thursday, August 30, during a "Uniting To Serve" youth summit held at The Mountain Arts Center.

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Beshear Campaign To Begin Airing New Ad

Posted: 08/30/2007 - Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Beshear talks about faith in his latest television ad, his second of the general election campaign.

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Governor Signs Measure That Promotes Clean Coal Technology

Posted: 08/30/2007 - Political leaders in Kentucky, worried about the future of coal amid ever-increasing environmental demands, have taken action that they say is critical to protecting a mainstay of the state's economy.

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Virginia Tech Report Criticizes University

Posted: 08/30/2007 - An investigative panel appointed by Virginia's governor finds a number of faults in the way Virginia Tech officials responded to the April massacre that left 33 dead, including the shooter.

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Water Shortage Worsens In Clay County

Updated: 08/30/2007 - A water shortage continues to get worse in Clay County where officials say water levels haven't been as low as they are now since 1999. With little relief in sight, many people are turning to a higher power in hopes of ending the extreme drought.

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Police Looking For Jail Escapee

Posted: 08/29/2007 - Jail officials say Gerald Anderson ran out of his cell and out an unlocked door Tuesday.

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Road Being Repaired After April Floods

Updated: 08/30/2007 - The flash flooding we saw back in April probably seems like a distant memory now, but some people in Leslie County are still dealing with the problems a mudslide left behind. The slide shut down Preachers Fork Road.

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School Bus Driver Suspended After Child Left On Bus

Updated: 08/30/2007 - A child is left behind on a school bus and the driver is now suspended. It happened in Knox County where a five year old was found alone on a bus after officials say he apparently missed his stop.

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