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Boyle County defeats Lexington Catholic 60-59 in Sweet 16

Posted: 03/19/2015 - Jeremiah Bell drove for a layup with four seconds remaining to give Boyle County a 60-59 victory over Lexington Catholic in the first round of the Kentucky boys' Sweet 16 tournament Thursday in Lexington.

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Boyle Co. fire leaves man fighting for his life

Updated: 03/02/2015 - Two people will have to find a new place to live after a fire destroyed their home. One of the homeowners is now in the hospital fighting for his life after he somehow managed to walk a great distance to get help.

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Centre College announces $20 million gift

Posted: 02/02/2015 - The nearly 1,400-student college in Danville, Kentucky, said Monday that the $20 million gift given by an anonymous donor will help create a new full-ride-plus scholarship program. It's the lead gift for the $40 million scholarship program that will support 40 students by the fall of 2019.

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Boy, 17, killed in Boyle County crash

Updated: 01/30/2015 - Boyle County deputies are investigating a crash that killed one teenager and injured another. Police say Daniel Neal, 17, was a a passenger in a car and was killed. Relative say Neal's 17 year old girlfriend was hurt but was treated and released from a hospital.

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Republican Harmon to file for Kentucky auditor

Updated: 01/23/2015 - Kentucky state Rep. Mike Harmon is filing to run for state auditor. Harmon's campaign says the Danville Republican will file on Friday morning at the state Capitol.

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Woman charged with wanton endangerment in shoplifting case

Updated: 01/15/2015 - A shoplifting case, quickly escalates. A Central Kentucky woman is in jail and charged with wanton endangerment, after police say a security guard was thrown to the ground when he tried to stop her from driving away.

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Bah! Humbug! Rain prompts Ky. cities to delay Christmas parades

Updated: 12/04/2014 - When the weather outside is frightful, it's turning out to be not so delightful for Christmas parades as the forecast for rain prompted numerous cities in the Bluegrass to reschedule events to celebrate the season.

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