Daily Archive: January 12, 2013

Jan 12

Colder Weather Arriving Soon

Update: Most rain has come to an end this evening, but a few locations could still see some light rain overnight. Temperatures are still in the 60s across Central Kentucky and will only fall into the upper 50s by Sunday morning. Remember, winter is returning soon! ______________________________________________________________________________ Scattered showers will come to an end this …

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Jan 12

Brooklyn Native Wins Miss America Crown

LAS VEGAS (AP) – A 23-year-old contestant from Brooklyn, N.Y., has won the title of Miss America. Mallory Hagan won the Las Vegas beauty pageant Saturday night after tap dancing to James Brown’s “Get Up Off of That Thing” and answering a question about whether armed guards belong in grade schools by saying we should …

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Jan 12

Kentucky Sheriff: No Unconstitutional Gun Laws In My County

An Eastern Kentucky Sheriff is taking a strong stance on gun regulation by saying he wont enforce any new federal gun laws in his county that he deems unconstitutional. Jackson Co. Sheriff Denny Peyman said he is not defying President Obama but an executive order that might arise in which guns of any sort would …

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Jan 12

LEX 18 News At 11:00 – Saturday, January 12th, 2013

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Jan 12

EKU Rallies Then Holds Off MSU, 59-52

For the first time in 34 years, the Eastern Kentucky University’s men’s basketball team is 4-0 in Ohio Valley Conference play. The Colonels used a big mid-game run to take control in a 59-52 victory over rival Morehead State on Saturday at McBrayer Arena. The last time EKU won four straight to start the conference …

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Jan 12

Kentucky Boy Who Set World Record Dies

Dalton Dingus, the Kentucky boy who set the world record for getting the most Christmas cards has passed away. Dalton suffered from Cystic Fibrosis. He died Saturday evening. The Magoffin County boy said he wanted to be in the Guiness Book of World Records for getting the most Christmas cards. He far surpassed that goal …

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Jan 12

Golden Alert – Franklin County Woman Missing

The Sheriff’s Department in Franklin County has issued a Golden Alert for a 78-year-old Franklin County woman. Edith May Johnson was last seen around 11:00 Saturday morning. Police say she may be driving a baby blue Toyota Solara. Edith is a white woman, about 5’9″ weighing between 140 and 160 pounds with blonde hair. Police …

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Jan 12

Three Wildcats Claim Titles at Kentucky Invitational

Bradley Szypka, Cally Macumber and Darryl Bradshaw dazzled the home crowd in Nutter Field House as all three took event titles on Saturday at the Kentucky Invitational. Szypka won the shot put for the second consecutive meet with a personal record of 18:36m/60-03.00, which came on his final throw to give the Big Blue Nation …

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Jan 12

Jury Acquits Father In Drain Cleaner Death

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) – A jury has acquitted a southern Kentucky man of murder and other charges in the death of his toddler son, who drank drain cleaner. The Lexington Herald Leader (http://bit.ly/VSubaX) reports the jury returned the verdict for 22-year-old Bryan Daniels Friday after deliberating for nearly seven hours. He was charged in …

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Jan 12

Popular Louisville restaurant abruptly closes

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – A well-known Louisville restaurant has abruptly closed its doors after 22 years in business. Louisville media reported Lynn’s Paradise Cafe closed Friday in the wake a dispute over new policies that some workers claimed amounted to mistreatment. In a statement on Saturday, owner Lynn Winter confirmed the closing, saying it was …

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