Monthly Archive: February 2013

Feb 12

Lexington shopping center robbed twice in three days

For the second time this week, Lexington Police were called to a shopping center near the intersection of Clays Mill Road and Keithshire Way for a robbery. Police say someone went inside the Parent-Teacher Store and demanded cash from a clerk. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Feb 12

Third-graders caught with weapons at Campbellsville school

Police said both students brought the weapons from home, but don’t believe they intended to hurt anyone at their school. They told officials they needed the weapons to protect themselves. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Feb 12

Frankfort Bicyclist Hurt In Weekend Wreck Dies From His Injuries

A Frankfort bicyclist who was critically injured after falling off his bike on Louisville Road over the weekend has died, officials said Monday. Louisville Road in Frankfort has the reputation of being dangerous among drivers, but when you’re a bike rider trying to make it down the hills on the road, that can give dangerous …

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Feb 12

Adults In Kentucky Score Higher On GED Test In 2012

After one year of successful computer-based GED testing in Kentucky, GED Testing Service has found that adults are passing at higher rates and finishing faster. Key data from GED Testing Service’s analysis: •In 2012, the national pass rate for adults taking the GED test on computer was 88 percent compared with 71 percent for those …

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Feb 12

Tracking a blast of winter for Wednesday

Old man winter begins to move back into the bluegrass state. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Feb 12

Stoops Gets 4-Star Defensive End For 2014

Denzel Ware, a 2014 4-star defensive end/linebacker from Crestview, Florida, wants to play for Mark Stoops at Kentucky. Ware is 6’3″ 220 lbs. He had made a commitment to Florida State, and picks UK over Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Georgia Tech, LA Lafayette, Ohio State, Texas and USC. Scout ranks Ware as one of the Top …

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Feb 12

29 Humana I.T. Employees In Louisville Share $1 Million Poweball Prize

For at least the past five years, a group of information technology employees at Louisville’s Humana headquarters have pitched in a few bucks every week to buy Powerball tickets. A retailer is located in the office tower next door to their building. The most they’d ever won was $16 – until Wednesday night of last …

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Feb 12

Laurel County Police Search For Suspect In String Of Attempted Home Invasions

Laurel County police are searching for a man they say tried to break in to as many as four homes Tuesday morning and afternoon while armed with a .22 caliber rifle. The first report came in to police at approximately 9 a.m., and deputies responded to Brannon Mill Road, 9 miles southeast of London. they …

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Feb 12

Snow Possible Tomorrow

For the last week we’ve been mentioning the possibility of snow for Wednesday. Here’s our latest Futuretrack valid at 1:00 PM Wednesday and it shows the possibilities. The day will begin with rain but as the morning continues colder air will work into the system and bring a rain/snow mix (pink) and even potentially a …

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Feb 12

Flu Activity In Kentucky Downgraded To Regional

The Department for Public Health says that flu cases in Kentucky have been downgraded from widespread to regional. That means the flu has been seen in less than half the region. The state had stayed at widespread for nine weeks. The flu season can begin as early as October and last through May, and usually …

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