Daily Archive: January 2, 2013

Jan 02

Chilly with a Side of Sunshine Continues Thursday

Update: Temperatures are already dropping into the mid and upper 20s across central and southern Kentucky this evening at the 11 o’clock hour. We’ve seen more cloud cover develop than expected, but temps will likely still make it down into the low 20s by morning. You’ll want to break out those heavy coats for the …

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Jan 02

Cats Crush Eagles 90-38

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Point guard Ryan Harrow finished with 15 points and a season-high eight assists, and Kentucky rolled Eastern Michigan for a 90-38 win Wednesday night in the Wildcats’ final nonconference game of the season. Harrow scored in double figures for his fourth straight game after tallying a total of 14 points in his …

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Jan 02

Man In Critical Condition After Bicycle & Car Collide In Berea

Police in Berea say someone was hurt in the crash of a car and bicycle. Police say the two collided Wednesday on Highway 595 near some railroad tracks. The man on the bike ended up at UK Hospital. Police say he’s 20-year-old Shon Webster. The hospital says Webster was listed in critical condition Wednesday afternoon. …

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Jan 02

Update: Two Men Arrested In Marion County Home Invasion

Two men are now accused of attacking a woman, and her cat, in Marion County. The Sheriff says Steven Bartley and Lawrence Inman went to a woman’s house in Loretto on New Year’s Eve and asked for help before pushing their way into the home. Investigators told ABC 36 that the men pretended to be …

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Jan 02

Troopers: No KY Traffic Deaths During New Year’s Holiday

The State Police crackdown on bad holiday drivers seems to have paid off. Troopers say there were no traffic deaths in Kentucky during the New Year’s holiday period from 6:00pm Friday to 11:59pm Tuesday. A year ago three people died during the holiday. Troopers say 737 people died in all of 2012 compared to 720 …

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Jan 02

2013 Auto Sales Will Be Strong, Firm Predicts

DETROIT (AP) – A healthier economy and more model introductions should push U.S. auto sales above the 15 million mark this year, predicts an auto industry research firm. The Polk research firm says auto sales should continue to lead the country’s economic recovery, rising nearly 7 percent over 2012 to 15.3 million new vehicle registrations. …

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Jan 02

Game Notes Of UK’s 52 Point Win Over EMU

FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 90, Eastern Michigan 38 Team Records and Series Notes · Playing its final regular-season non-conference game, Kentucky is 9-4 on the season. Eastern Michigan is 7-6. · This was the first men’s basketball meeting between Kentucky and Eastern Michigan. o UK is now 46-6 all-time against teams from the current alignment of …

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Jan 02

Bengals’ Dalton Gets 2nd Chance In Hometown

CINCINNATI (AP) – Andy Dalton is getting a second chance to shine in a hometown playoff game. The first one didn’t turn out very well. Last year in the wild-card round, the Bengals quarterback had one of the worst games of his rookie season. He threw three interceptions, including one that J.J. Watt returned for …

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Jan 02

UK downs E. Michigan 90-38

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Jan 02

Moody’s, S&P Urge Congress To Focus On US Deficit

WASHINGTON (AP) – The nation’s two largest credit rating agencies urged Congress on Wednesday to go beyond its deal and come up with a plan to shrink the budget deficit. Moody’s Investors Services said in a statement that it expects lawmakers in the coming months will take additional steps needed to lower the deficit, which …

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