Daily Archive: November 22, 2012

Nov 22

Police searching for missing 16-year-old

Eric Kelly Taylor went missing from his foster mother’s home in Wolfe County earlier this month. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 22

The ‘new’ homeless on Lexington streets

Some people who are college educated, career driven, and with children to support are ending up without a home. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 22

The Queen And Comedian of Black Friday

On Black Friday, you expect to see the long lines of bargain shoppers, but there’s one person you might not expect to meet. Friends and strangers in line were calling her the “Queen of Black Friday.” Sheri Mayberry has been shopping with her cousin, Carla Lowe, on Thanksgiving night for many years. But Mayberry said …

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Nov 22

10 things to know for Friday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about Friday. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 22

Armed robbery targets two men in Lexington park

Police say they’ve made one arrest so far in the case. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 22

Some Of The Stories You’ll See On LEX 18 News After The Game… November 22, 2012

Tonight On LEX 18 News After The Game… A family gives thanks, despite learning of the death of their teenage son. We’ll take you to Lexington’s Black Friday midnight madness, and we hope someone watching may know who stole a $150,00 van equipped for disabled people right off a Lexington lot. Brought to you by …

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Nov 22

Cold Air For the Holiday Weekend

The invasion of cold air is pretty easy to see. As of 10:30 the cold front stretches from just west of Chicago and St. Louis and it is pushing eastward. Friday will be the transition day with our highs in the 50′s (although we’ll spend most of the afternoon in the 40′s). Friday will begin …

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Nov 22

Kentucky Advocates Tout Hemp’s Economic Potential

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – For a century, G.F. Vaughan Tobacco Inc. has been in the business of processing tobacco – a once-lucrative operation whose heyday is long past, like the rest of Kentucky’s burley sector. So the company is looking for something new. One possibility is industrial hemp, an outlawed cousin of marijuana that once …

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Nov 22

Fans React To Sean Woods’ ‘Shoving’ Incident

Basketball fans on Thursday had mixed reactions to Morehead State Head Coach Sean Woods ‘shoving’ incident involving one of his player’s during Wednesday’s loss at Kentucky. Some fans said a coach should never shove, hit or get physical with players.  Other fans said they didn’t think Woods did anything wrong. Other fans were critical of …

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Nov 22

Former Somerset City Parks Employee Charged With Child Porn

Former Somerset Assistant City Parks Director, Eric Whitson, 35, of Somerset, faces federal child pornography charges, according to a report in the Commonwealth Journal Newspaper. The paper reported Whitson was arrested at his home on Wednesday following a two-week joint investigation by the FBI and the Somerset Police Department. The paper reported that the investigation …

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