Daily Archive: November 18, 2012

Nov 18

Dry And Mild Holiday Week

Clear skies and light winds will allow for another chilly overnight.Morning lows will run just a few degrees warmer than the freezing mark.Sunshine and southerly winds will make for a warm afternoon, as temps soar into the low 60s.A few clouds will begin to slide in by Monday evening, keeping the overnight a tad milder, …

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Nov 18

Wiggins Likes Harrison Twins

Coach Cal can recruit.  That’s obvious. On Sunday, Cal had an opportunity to see the top prospect in the class of 2013 just up the road in Scott County. 6’7", 205-pound Andrew Wiggins, a small forward from Huntington Prep, was in town to play a team from North Carolina. Wiggins ended his night with 17 …

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Nov 18

Coming Up On LEX 18 News After The Game – Sunday, November 18th, 2012

Coming up on LEX 18 News after the game – The search continues for a teenager who has been missing now for more than 24-hours. But his community, is not giving up hope. We’ll take you to a prayer vigil in Ricky Dean Hamilton’s home town. Plus, a Laurel County mother is in jail after …

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Nov 18

Man Arrested After Four Underaged, Naked Girls Found In His Home

Police say a man was arrested Friday after police found four intoxicated, naked and underaged girls in his home. Police say the incident was reported by people calling 911 after seeing the naked girls in the middle of a road in Corbin. When police got to the scene at Hanes Baker Road, they found four …

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Nov 18

Public Nudity Ban Eyed In Fed-Up San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – San Francisco may be getting ready to shed its image as a city where anything goes, including clothing. City lawmakers are scheduled to vote Tuesday on an ordinance that would prohibit nudity in most public places, a blanket ban that represents an escalation of a two-year tiff between a devoted group …

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Nov 18

Parade Where Vets Killed Used Route For 3 Years

MIDLAND, Texas (AP) – Organizers of a parade in West Texas in which four U.S. military veterans were killed when a train plowed into a truck had been using the same route for three years, investigators said Sunday. National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Mark Rosekind also announced that oilfield services company Smith Industries was the …

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Nov 18

Company Continues Search; 1 Hospitalized Man Fair

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – As crews searched Sunday for a worker still missing after an oil platform explosion and fire, doctors said one of four men burned in the blaze is improving and is now in fair condition. Two remained in critical condition and one in serious condition, doctors say. The company that owned the …

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Nov 18

Louisville Man Selected As Rhodes Scholar

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – A Louisville man studying at Harvard University has been selected as a 2013 Rhodes scholar. Allan Hsiao is a senior is majoring in economics and east Asian studies. In an interview, Hsiao said he hopes eventually to teach economics with a focus on migration. He has done field work in China …

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Nov 18

Wii U: New Console Launches In A Sea Of Gadgets

NEW YORK (AP) – In the six years since the last major video game system launched, Apple unveiled the iPhone and the iPad, “Angry Birds” invaded smartphones and Facebook reached a billion users. In the process, scores of video game consoles were left to languish in living rooms alongside dusty VCRs and disc players. On …

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Nov 18

6-Minute Stretches Killing Cats

After a 52-point win, Solid Blue fans might think John Calipari is pleased with where his team is at for this point in the season. But then Cal points out that his defense is only playing for 6-minute stretches.  That’s not going to win another national title…and Cal knows it. Check out the video to …

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