Daily Archive: January 23, 2013

Jan 23

Gradual Warming And Snow On The Way

Update: A relatively weak cold front has now entered Kentucky and will push south and east through the region tonight. It will bring a slightly cooler afternoon for Thursday. Wednesday, we made it to 33° in Lexington, but Thursday will be about 5° cooler. At 11:30 Wednesday evening, we are sitting at 26°… much better …

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Jan 23

Kentucky’s Auto Industry Output Best Since 2007

Kentucky’s industry is bouncing back big, as the auto manufacturers produce more than one million vehicles in 2012. The Cabinet of Economic Development said this is the best output since 2007. Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky President Wil James said they were hoping for a good year because of the Toyota Camry’s popularity. However, they didn’t …

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Jan 23

Southern Kentuckians Report Hearing Loud Booming Sound

People in Southern Kentucky say they’re hearing a booming sound. Corbin dispatch says it received 50 to 60 phone calls about the unknown noises. Some people want to know if there’s been an earthquake, like the one in Letcher County in November. Seth Carpenter is a Seismologist from UK. He says his data from Southern …

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Jan 23

Rockcastle Co. Schools Cancelled Thursday & Friday

Rockcastle County Schools will be cancelled Thursday and Friday due to a water line bursting. David Pensol, the Superintendent of the district said a waterline broke in the foyer of one of the schools. The pipe is said to have burst due to age. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Jan 23

Group Fights To Unchain KY Pets In Cold Weather

If you’re trying to stay out of the bitter cold weather, animal control officers say you also need to protect your pets. Under Kentucky law, a pet can be chained up outside as long as it has shelter. "How they’re surviving, I don’t know–I’m amazed," said Tracy Miller, founder and president of non-profit group Speak …

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Jan 23

Volunteers donate coats to shelter dogs braving cold

Volunteers donated 60 coats to the Franklin County Humane Society for dogs who have outside kennels. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Jan 23

Panetta opens combat roles to women

Senior defense officials say Pentagon chief Leon Panetta is removing the military’s ban on women serving in combat, opening hundreds of thousands of front-line positions and potentially elite commando jobs after more than a decade at war. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Jan 23

State trooper killed in crash on I-64 in Clark County

The crash happened just after 7 p.m. Tuesday at mile marker 99, east of Winchester. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Jan 23

Consumer Alert: Gift card scam using stolen credit card numbers

One more reason you need to do everything you can to protect your credit card numbers. con artists are finding new ways to make a fortune on cardholders who don’t bother checking their statements. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Jan 23

Ex-Humana Employee Pleads Guilty In Bribery Case

LOUISVILLE (AP) – A former Humana sales manager has pleaded guilty to taking bribes from a South Carolina company to steer insurance brokers to the company. U.S. District Judge Charles Simpson on Wednesday accepted the plea from 48-year-old James Albert Wegner Jr. of New Port Richey, Fla., to a charge of traveling to aide racketeering …

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