Daily Archive: December 12, 2012

Dec 12

Lawrenceburg dad helping soldiers travel home for the holidays

A Lawrenceburg father is looking to bring his son home for Christmas, but he’s taking things a step further and trying to raise funds for all of his fellow troops to travel this holiday season. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 12

Bond lowered for mother accused of leaving kids alone

A judge has reduced bond for a pregnant woman jailed since July on charges she left 19 children alone in a Warren County house. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 12

Family of murdered woman receives special award

They’ve turned a tragic loss into something that can encourage others. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 12

Rash of car break-ins reported around Corbin

Police are now looking for a green Chevrolet Avalanche they think could be connected to the crimes. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 12

UK police officer fired after run-in with student on YouTube

A University of Kentucky police officer has been fired, after a run-in with a student that was caught on tape and posted online. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 12

10 Things to know for Thursday

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

Dec 12

Couple arrested for murder of elderly Clay County man

The victim, 74-year-old Earl Woods, was found dead at his home last Thursday. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 12

Sunny & Milder

It’s a cold night with lows going down to the mid 20′s. If you are heading out to watch the meteor shower, bundle up! If you are doing that, you’ll get better results away from city lights and look northeast. Sunshine on Thursday will give us a nice warm up (by December standards) with a …

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Dec 12

Mason County Woman Searches For Owner Of Mysterious Picture

A Mason County woman is asking for help in finding the owner of a mysterious picture. The picture turned up in her first grade son’s backpack before Thanksgiving but they have no idea who it belongs too. Natalie Downs, of Mayslick, said the picture is from April of 2001, and shows a small child’s burial …

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Dec 12

Letter To Group Of Woodford County High School Students Stirs Controversy

It’s a letter that went home with African American students at Woodford County High School and it has caused quite a controversy. Many parents say it’s offensive. But the superintendent says the letter was meant to help students. LEX 18 has heard from hundreds of you: from the emails, to the phone calls, to the …

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