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Coach Cal to wear red this season in honor of R.J. Corman

Updated: 08/26/2013 - While red is a color loathed by Kentucky Wildcat fans, Coach John Calipari says he will wear the color for one or more basketball games this season in honor of the late railroad magnate R.J. Corman.

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Homes evacuated after gas leak

Updated: 08/24/2013 - Emergency crews in Lexington had to evacuate two homes Saturday morning after someone accidentally hit a natural gas line.

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Funeral services now set for R.J. Corman

Updated: 08/25/2013 - The R.J. Corman Railroad Group has announced when services will be held for the Nicholasville company's founder. Mr. Corman died Friday after a long battle with multiple myeloma.

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Lightning victim's family will hold vigil

Updated: 08/23/2013 - Scotty Elam's family says they plan to remember him as a loving father of several young children when they gather at Triangle Park next Saturday evening. They say they also hope this vigil will serve as a reminder to his children about just how special he was.

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Railroad company founder R.J. Corman dies

Updated: 08/23/2013 - Kentucky-based R.J. Corman Railroad Group's founder and namesake lost his decade-long battle with cancer Friday. He was 58 years old.

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UK bans backpacks and large bags from Commonwealth Stadium

Updated: 08/22/2013 - When filled to capacity, Commonwealth Stadium, the home of the Kentucky football team, becomes the third largest city in the state of Kentucky with nearly 70,000 fans that make their way into the facility. And although a UK win is on everyone's mind, student-athlete, staff and guests' safety is of utmost importance.

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CIFL Welcomes Bluegrass Warhorses

Posted: 08/21/2013 - CIFL Commissioner Rob Licht will be traveling to Lexington to officially welcome the Bluegrass Warhorses to the Continental Indoor Football League.

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ACLU issues warning on Bible distribution

Updated: 08/21/2013 - The American Civil Liberties Union has sent a letter to superintendents in Kentucky advising them to start following federal guidelines on distributing Bibles at public schools.

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Police: Secretary embezzled thousands

Updated: 08/20/2013 - Police said Deborah Lancaster was doing temporary work as a secretary and over the course of about a month, she'd made upwards of $40,000, but they say that money was made through embezzling.

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