Daily Archive: November 23, 2012

Nov 23

Cats Cage Blackbirds

Archie Goodwin nearly had a triple-double and Alex Poythress had his fourth consecutive 20-point outing to lead Kentucky over LIU-Brooklyn 104-75 on Friday night. From Associated PressLEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) – If Archie Goodwin gets close to a triple-double again, the Kentucky freshman doesn’t want to know. At the rate he’s going right now, that milestone …

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Nov 23

Neighborhood shaken after shooting at Richmond home

People who live near the shooting scene on Meadowlark Drive say it’s normally a quiet area. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 23

High school football scores

Scores from Friday’s high school football semifinals Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 23

Police: 2 shot at Florida Walmart over parking space

Authorities believe a disagreement over a parking space led to two people being shot and wounded outside a Walmart in Tallahassee, Fla. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 23

Madison County Home Invasion Investigation

A woman was choked during a home invasion in Madison County, Monday November 19th. Now a neighborhood is on close watch hoping it won’t happen again. It all happened in the 300 block of Tates Creek Avenue in Richmond. Just after dusk, Carol Lane was watching TV when she heard someone banging on her front …

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Nov 23

Cold Saturday

Thanksgiving day saw a high in the mid 60′s…on Saturday we’ll be lucky to hit 40 in our warmest places and most of us will just see a high in the upper 30′s. At least we’ll see a partly to mostly sunny sky, but just be ready for the cold. Brought to you by Automated …

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Nov 23

Cold To Start the Weekend

It’s going to be a very cold beginning to your Saturday with our lows heading down into the mid 20′s for many of us (considering we were in the mid 60′s on Thanksgiving that’s cold!). We’ll see a partly to mostly sunny day with the wind dying down in the afternoon, but our high will …

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Nov 23

Town Branch Could Resurface in Lexington

     Not many may know that underneath Downtown Lexington’s Vine Street flows the first source of water Lexington was founded on, Town Branch Creek.      City developers are planning a major project that would make major changes to some of downtown’s biggest attractions, including a project that would bring Town Branch back to the surface. …

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Nov 23

Cold Mornings and Cool Afternoons

After a cold morning in the mid 20s, afternoon temperatures will struggle in the upper 30s to around 40 degrees. Mostly sunny skies are expected, but a chilly north wind at 3 to 10 mph, will help keep temperatures below normal. Sunday morning low temperatures will again dip into the mid 20s, but as high …

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Nov 23

UN Criticizes Russia Over Torture Allegations

UNITED NATIONS (AP) – The U.N. Committee Against Torture strongly criticized Russia in a report for failing to investigate widespread allegations of torture and stepping up intimidation and reprisals against human rights advocates and journalists. The panel of 10 independent experts expressed concern at the discrepancy between the high number of complaints of torture and …

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