Daily Archive: December 17, 2012

Dec 17

Facilities plan approved by Fayette County Schools

It looks like some new schools are on the way for Fayette County, including a new high school. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 17

Improving Weather Tuesday

We’re looking at improving weather as we go through Tuesday.  The day will begin with clouds and a few scattered showers in the backlash from yesterday’s big storms.  As we go through the day we’ll see increasing sunshine, especially in the afternoon, with a cooler, but still mild day as our highs end up around …

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Dec 17

Kentucky gun sales spiking after Connecticut massacre

In the wake of the Connecticut school shooting, some lawmakers across the country, and here in Kentucky, say it’s time to look at gun control. Gun store owners across Central Kentucky say that has buyers rushing to their shops. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 17

Parents and Lawmakers Call For More School Security

    Rep. Richard Henderson from Mt. Sterling says it’s time lawmakers start talking about ways to increase security at schools in the Commonwealth.     Henderson says the tragedy in Connecticut last Friday has he and many of his constituents calling for ways to make schools safer, including metal detectors, identification systems, and even stronger doors …

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Dec 17

Stories You’ll See Tonight On LEX 18 News At 11:00 – December 17, 2012

The latest from Connecticut as a broken community begins to lay to rest victims of Friday tragedy. Here in Lexington, police make an arrest after rumors of threats prompt hundreds of parents to remove their kids from school. And what’s attacking animals in one Kentucky county? Tonight, we may be closer to an answer.   …

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Dec 17

Newtown Victim’s Mom Delivers Moving Remembrance

The mother and uncle of 6-year-old Noah Pozner delivered messages at his funeral reflecting on the life of the little boy killed in Friday’s school shooting, and lessons to draw from his loss. People identifying themselves as reporters were not allowed into the service, but the family made transcripts available to The Associated Press. Here …

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Dec 17

What Is Attacking Animals In Shelby County?

Farmers in Shelby County said they think they know what has been attacking their animals. More than 100 people came together on Monday evening at a meeting in Waddy to discuss what they can do to stop the vicious attacks. November 30th is still a vivid image in Teresa Parker’s mind. It was the day …

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Dec 17

Fla. Woman Gets Life In Prison In Family Killings

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) – A woman from Florida, convicted of orchestrating the fatal beatings of her millionaire husband and his elderly mother, was sentenced to life in prison on Monday. Narcy Novack, 56, of Fort Lauderdale was not in the federal courtroom to hear the sentence. She waived her right to appear, just as …

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Dec 17

Police Arrest High Schooler Who Made Threat

Police have arrested the high school student they say made threats about violence at Henry Clay High School Monday afternoon. Nothing happened at the school, but in the wake of the Connecticut tragedy, hundreds of scared parents picked up their kids, telling us they didn’t want to take any chances. Here’s what we know: police …

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Dec 17

HBO, Scorsese Making Film On Clinton

NEW YORK (AP) – Filmmaker Martin Scorsese is making a documentary on Bill Clinton for HBO. HBO announced Monday that Scorsese is producing and directing the film, with Clinton’s cooperation. The network did not announce an anticipated air date for the show on the nation’s 42nd president, who was in office from 1993 to 2001. …

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