Daily Archive: December 18, 2012

Dec 18

Madison Co. man healing after being shot in the heel

A Madison County man is shot in the foot while scouting out an area to hunt with his friend. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 18

Kentucky man inspired by personal tragedy to honor Connecticut shooting victims

A Kentucky man is inspired by his own family tragedy to honor the families impacted by the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 18

Police: Fake auditor steals from Ohio Waffle House

Authorities say a woman posing as an auditor for Waffle House stole money from one of the chain’s restaurants in southwest Ohio. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 18

Incentives approved for hotel in downtown Lexington

New updates in the plan for a hotel planned for downtown Lexington. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 18

Toyota Faces Fine Over Floor Mats

  The company with big Kentucky ties faces another fine.   Toyota will pay 17-point-four million dollars to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.   Toyota is accused of ‘not’ immediately reporting a safety problem involving floor mats in certain Lexus cars.   The mats could have become trapped under the car’s accelerator pedals.   …

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Dec 18

Best Day of the Week

We’ll get to enjoy a lot of sun early on Wednesday and also a pretty quick warm up during the morning with our highs topping out in the upper 50′s Wednesday afternoon. There are big time changes coming not only during the day on Thursday, but to the overall pattern with much colder air becoming …

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Dec 18

Charity asks for help for annual ‘Christmas Store’

The annual Faith and Community Christmas Store will be open this weekend in Lexington. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 18

Should Government Ban Assault Rifles?

        Anti-gun groups and even some of the nation’s leaders are starting to call for more gun restrictions following the school shooting in Connecticut last Friday.        Some are proposing a ban of all assault rifles, like the one the shooter used in Sandy Hook Elementary.       Chuck Bradley who owns the ‘Shooters Connection,’ a …

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Dec 18

Operation Dustin Gross Needs Your Help To Ship Packages

After months of hard work collecting donations, Operation Dustin Gross is facing a setback. They need help to make sure care packages get to troops overseas by the start of the new year. The organization is focused around Dustin Gross, a Montgomery county native who died in May while serving in Afghanistan. Just seven days …

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Dec 18

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

Get the latest from Connecticut as more funerals are held for the young victims of Friday’s school shooting. Extra precautions are being taken in many schools in Kentucky, but not everyone agrees with what’s being done in Nicholas County. And police say they’ve found the man who shot a hunter in Madison Count   Brought …

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