Daily Archive: December 9, 2012

Dec 09

Hoosier fans highlight last year’s win against UK through Christmas lights

You might have seen the video on Facebook and YouTube. A family in Fort Wayne, Indiana, who are also die hard Hoosier fans, are highlighting UK’s last second loss last year against IU. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 09

Wet Followed By Cold

Scattered showers and thunderstorms accompany a much advertised cold front Monday.We’ll start off with a mild morning but temps will fall throughout the day into the 40s by the evening commute.Northwest winds will also be blustery around 5-15 mph.By late Monday evening, some lingering light rain combined with the colder air, a few flurries may mix in. Tuesday will …

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Dec 09

Building Collapses Forcing The Evacuation Of Surrounding Areas

A Lincoln County building that had been home to a haunted house for years collapsed Sunday night. The building on Main Street in Hustonville partially collapsed a few months ago but Sunday night the rest of the building went down. Fire officials also say there is a gas leak and they have evacuated the area. …

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Dec 09

Coming Up On LEX 18 News After The Game: Sunday, December 9th, 2012

Coming up on LEX 18 News after the game – Plus, an exclusive story to tell you about: A building in Lincoln County collapses, forcing the evacuation of people from nearby homes. We’ll tell you why. And, a man is shot after an argument started on Facebook escalates. We’ll tell you what happened. We hope …

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Dec 09

Child’s Last Wish: To Get The Most Christmas Cards Ever

It’s always great to hear about athletes using their platform for good, which is exactly what Morehead State’s softball team did this past week. The girls made and collected more than 1,000 Christmas cards for 9-year-old Dalton Dingus. Dalton has stage 4 Cystic Fibrosis. Before what could be his last Christmas, he had one request: …

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Dec 09

Cold Front Producing A Few Strong Storms

A cold front pushing into our region tonight is producing some isolated but strong t-storms. These storms have a history of producing heavy rainfall, occasional lightning and wind gusts up to 45 mph. We’ll have the latest on these storms as well as the full forecast coming up on the LEX 18 News after Sunday …

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Dec 09

Hope And Fear In Gay Marriage Cases At High Court

WASHINGTON (AP) – Gay marriage supporters see 41 reasons to fret over the Supreme Court’s decision to take up the case of California’s ban on same-sex unions. While nine states allow same-sex partners to marry, or will soon, 41 states do not. Of those, 30 have written gay marriage bans into their state constitutions. That …

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Dec 09

Lexington girl donates birthday presents to Angel Tree Program

A nine-year-old Lexington girl donates her birthday presents to help children in need. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 09

Woman Found Guilty Of Manslaughter

A Marshall County jury finds a 19-year-old woman guilty of manslaughter more than a year after being involved in a fatal crash. According to the Marshall County Tribune Courier, Tiffany Pittman had been charged with murder in the death of Jimmy Harper. She admitted to drinking before getting into the accident back in August of …

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Dec 09

LEX 18 News At 6:00 – Sunday, December 9th, 2012

Did you miss LEX 18 News at 6:00? Get caught up here. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

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