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Students play in dirt while learning

Posted: 09/23/2011 - Some elementary students are getting a chance to play in the dirt while learning. Several schools are adding gardening classes to the carriculum as a way to teach children the importance of sustainable living and nature. Meteorologist Kari Hall shows us how students at Ashland Elementary turned a small concrete slab into a thriving garden.

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Babysitter sentenced for killing toddler

Updated: 09/23/2011 - A judge sentenced a Lexington woman Friday morning on a second-degree manslaughter charge. Robin Waddy pleaded guilty in the death of 2-year-old Donisha Lewis.

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Man robbed outside home

Updated: 09/23/2011 - The man living on Newbury Way, not far from Winthrop Drive in south Lexington, says he had just gotten home from work when two men approached him.

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Driver indicted in death of 12-year-old girl

Updated: 09/22/2011 - Sierra Hubbard died in June after being run over by a van in Lexington. A grand jury indicted Julie Reese, the victim's godmother, on a reckless homicide charge.

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Copper thieves leave $30,000 in damage

Updated: 09/20/2011 - It's a crime trend that is on the rise and a Lexington insurance company is the latest target. Copper thieves hit the company's nine air conditioning units Monday, leaving thousands in damage.

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Jail escapee now back in custody

Posted: 09/20/2011 - Trina Hurst was arrested in Lexington Monday night. Investigators say she escaped September 6 while out on a court-ordered pass.

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Car lands in front yard of home

Updated: 09/20/2011 - The crash happened after police say someone fired shots at the car in Lexington late Monday night.

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Assault charge against Steve Nunn dismissed

Updated: 09/19/2011 - The charge stemmed from a February 2009 incident where Amanda Ross, Nunn's former fiancee, claimed he hit her. Nunn later pleaded guilty to murdering Ross.

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Thieves damage church while trying to steal AC unit

Updated: 09/18/2011 - Copper thieves have struck yet another church. The latest crime happened at Berea Christian Church, at Iron Works Pike and Berea Road in Lexington. Not only did the crooks try to take off with the church's AC units, they also managed to cause damage inside the building.

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