Daily Archive: January 14, 2013

Jan 14

Tuesday Could See a Replay

The wintry mix is pretty much done for the night, but there may still be a few slick spots out there even into the morning…especially south and east. Tuesday will see a cloudy day and the next wave will be moving in during the afternoon. It will bring mainly rain, but it may also have …

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Jan 14

Volkswagen Floats Idea Of New Midsize SUV

DETROIT (AP) – Volkswagen is getting into the midsize SUV market dominated by Ford and Jeep. The German company unveiled the CrossBlue concept SUV Monday at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Volkswagen wouldn’t say whether the vehicle will be built, or when it might go on sale, but called it a “realistic …

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Jan 14

Two Attempted Abductions In Two Days In Nelson Co.

There have been two attempted abductions in two days in Nelson County. Both of them happened near the Cracker Barrel just off the Bluegrass Parkway in Bardstown. The first attempted abduction happened friday. Police say a Cracker Barrel employee was walking to work, when a white van pulled pulled up, and the driver offered her …

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Jan 14

Some Of The Stories You’ll See Tonight On LEX 18 News At 11… January 14, 2013

Tonight on LEX 18 News at 11… We’ll show you which counties are dealing with some wintry weather and what it might mean for your morning commute. Also, how deputies are trying to track down the men responsible for two attempted abductions near a Cracker Barrel restaurant… and in the Big Story, you’ll hear the …

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Jan 14

Cauley-Stein Says The Cats Still Haven’t Bought In All The Way

If you think you’re frustrated, imagine what the players are feeling. They entered the season thinking they were the defending national champs. Lose one game, maybe they thought that, but they never thought it would be like this. “When I first came here? No. It’s kentucky. They lost one game and I wasn’t expecting to …

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Jan 14

Some Lingering Ice South and East

The Winter Weather Advisory continues until 10:00 for eastern and southeastern Kentucky, but the threat is winding down. There is still an area of sleet, freezing drizzle and drizzle in the east, but it is beginning to clear out. There are likely still some slick roads and bridges across not only eastern Kentucky but areas …

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Jan 14

Obama: Voters Would Blame Both Parties

President Barack Obama makes congressional Republicans the villains in the government’s drama of lurching from crisis to crisis. But he also suggests Americans would “blame all of Washington” if there’s a government shutdown or delays in Social Security benefits and other payments. In his first news conference of the year and last of his first …

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Jan 14

Kentucky Student Charged With Threatening Judges

LEXINGTON. (AP) – A student at an eastern Kentucky school for dropouts has been charged in a complaint with threatening to kill two federal judges and a federal prosecutor. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports a deputy U.S. marshal said in a sworn statement the student told a counselor he planned to shoot everyone involved in the …

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Jan 14

Randy Sanders Is New Assistant Coach At Florida State

Former UK offensive coordinator Randy Sanders has a new job, and it’s where Mark Stoops’ came from. Sanders is the new running backs coach at Florida State. The 47-year-old spent seven seasons in Lexington with Rich Brooks and Joker Phillips, who is also now coaching in the state of Florida. Sanders was named the offensive …

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Jan 14

Conway Serious About Governor’s Race

FRANKFORT. (AP) – One of Kentucky’s most recognizable political figures is letting a bevy of would-be candidates know they may have to get past him if they want to be the state’s next governor. Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway told The Associated Press he’s taking “a very, very serious look” at running in the 2015 …

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