Daily Archive: November 26, 2012

Nov 26

UK students find home ransacked during holiday break

It was supposed to be a happy holiday away from school, but for five UK students that just meant thieves had time to clean their house out of everything, and they mean EVERYTHING. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 26

Child battling brain tumor helping homeless for Christmas

Nine-year-old Destiny Bevins, of Pike County, wants to donate at least 30 blankets to the Pikeville Homeless Shelter. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 26

Clerk injured while trying to stop thief from stealing tip jar

Police say a man injured a restaurant employee while trying to steal some money. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 26

Petition Could Spell Doom for Pulaski Libraries

      A group in Pulaski County wants to change how taxes for local libraries are determined, but some say it could end up forcing the county libraries to close.   Right now, a library board has the power to raise taxes without having to answer to any other government body.    That been the case …

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Nov 26

Cold Case Reopens After LEX 18 Questions Investigators About Possible Suspect Mix-Up

Versailles police are taking a closer look at the unsolved murder case of 22 year old Valeri Brooks. A documentary recently aired that linked serial killer Glen Rogers to Brooks’ murder in 1990. Versailles police thought DNA evidence had cleared Rogers. It had actually cleared serial killer William Glen Rogers. Now police are revisiting the …

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Nov 26

Capito To Run For Rockefeller’s US Senate Seat

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – On the heels of winning a seventh term, U.S. Rep. Shelley Moore Capito vowed Monday to run in 2014 for the seat now held by U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, a Democrat and West Virginia’s senior senator. Joined on her 59th birthday by several dozen supporters and family members, with several holding …

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Nov 26

Coroner Rules Lexington Child Death In Beanbag Was Accident

LEXINGTON. (AP) – Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn says the death of a 3-year-old girl who apparently crawled inside a beanbag chair was an accident. Ginn had said after Mia Kylee Mills Simmerman was found inside the beanbag in September that she died of asphyxia or suffocation. The Lexington Herald-Leader (http://bit.ly/Wsor4s ) says Ginn said …

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Nov 26

Stories You’ll See Tonight On LEX 18 News At 11:00 – November 26, 2012

Police take a second look at a 22 year old murder case. Hear from the victim’s mother. A local restaurant is pitching in to help the family of one of their workers hurt in a serious crash. And a woman tries to track down a cabbie who helped save her life.   Brought to you …

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Nov 26

Still Just Rain…and Most Will Stay That Way

As we roll past 10:30 temperatures are still well above freezing. The cold air that’s coming is going to build down from aloft rather than move in from the north. We still have rain over most of the area and that will continue for several more hours. It’s still possible that some snow may mix …

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Nov 26

Richmond Centre Chick-fil-A Set To Hold Fundraiser Tuesday

Nearly a month after a serious car accident a young woman is still fighting for her life in the ICU at UK Hospital. On Tuesday, Chick-fil-A in Richmond, where 23-year old Naomi Hetrick worked, is holding a fundraiser. Naomi Hetrick was involved in a crash along Athens-Boonesboro Road on Halloween morning. Police said Hetrick turned …

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