Daily Archive: January 30, 2013

Jan 30

Man killed, officer injured, in Hardin County shooting

Police say officers in Radcliff were trying to interview a burglary suspect at his home when he started firing shots at them. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Jan 30

Local documentary trailer on deadliest DUI crash pulls at heart strings

It’s about to hit the big screens. A documentary right here in Kentucky featuring the nation’s deadliest DUI crash is set to premiere on its anniversary date. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Jan 30

Winter Returns After Wed. Morning Storms

Flood Warnings continue for much of SE Kentucky through Thursday. Update: Strong, gusty winds out of the west are now bringing in much colder air to the region. As we approach midnight, Lexington has already dropped down to 34°. By morning, many areas will be in the mid 20s, so watch for some icy spots …

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Jan 30

Police: Teen shot after drug deal goes bad

A shooting in a Lexington neighborhood sent one teen to the hospital after his friends rushed him there. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Jan 30

Study Says Kentuckians Financially Unprepared For Natural Disaster

About half of Kentuckians don’t have enough money to cover basic expenses in a disaster, according to a recent study. The Corporation for Enterprise Development says Kentuckians are 34th among the 50 states in terms of having the savings to be prepared for a financial emergency. Financial Planning Advisor John Bryant said people should save …

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Jan 30

Keeneland Sale Graduates Top Experimental Free Handicap

Eclipse Award winners Shanghai Bobby and Beholder, both graduates of Keeneland’s 2011 September Yearling Sale, were assigned high weight in the male and filly divisions, respectively, of the 2012 Experimental Free Handicap, announced Wednesday by The Jockey Club. Each of the nine high-weighted colts, and five of the top eight fillies, on the Experimental were …

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Jan 30

Blood Donors Must Rally For Kentucky To Beat Florida

More than 300 generous Kentucky donors showed they bleed blue on Wednesday, but it just wasn’t enough to overtake the Gators, who lead Big Blue Slam, 1,156 – 973. “With only two days left, we’re in danger of fouling out of this competition, but there’s still time to pull out a win,” said Martha Osborne, …

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Jan 30

Time Inc. Cuts 500 people, 6 Pct Of Workforce

NEW YORK (AP) – Time Inc., the magazine unit of Time Warner Inc., says it is cutting 6 percent of its global staff of 8,000, or about 500 people. The cuts began Wednesday and will affect domestic and international workers. In a memo to staff, Time CEO Laura Lang said the company must become leaner, …

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Jan 30

AP Source: Rudy Gay Headed To Toronto, Ex-Cat Prince Part Of Deal

Rudy Gay is on his way to Toronto in the latest and most dramatic move in the Memphis Grizzlies makeover, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press. The Grizzlies agreed to trade their star swingman to the Raptors on Wednesday, parting with the leading scorer on a team that has aspirations …

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Jan 30

Spokesman: Ex-NYC Mayor Koch Improving In Hospital

NEW YORK (AP) – The spokesman for Ed Koch says the former New York City mayor is improving but doesn’t know when he’ll be leaving the hospital. The 88-year-old Koch was readmitted to NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia hospital on Monday. He’d been released two days earlier after being treated for water in his lungs and legs. Spokesman George …

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