Daily Archive: February 6, 2013

Feb 06

Masked man cuts open Subway safe in Berea

It all happened in a matter of minutes, a masked man is seen on camera cutting open a Subway safe in Berea in the middle of the night. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Feb 06

10 Things to know for Thursday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Feb 06

Former Bell County substitute teacher arrested

We’ve learned a former southeastern Kentucky substitute teacher has been arrested. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Feb 06

Warmer And Then Wetter Weather Expected

Midnight Update: The decline in temperatures has begun to slow as clouds moved back over Kentucky from the southwest. In Lexington, we are currently at 35° and should be in the low 30s by morning. Skies will clear slightly Thursday afternoon as we climb into the mid 50s. Southern Kentucky, enjoy your 60°! Meteorologist Michael …

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Feb 06

Lexington injured dog finally caught after eight months

For months animal control officers had been trying to find him because he was injured. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Feb 06

Gov. Beshear Delivers State Of The Commonwealth Address

Governor Steve Beshear says Kentucky has momentum, but also problems that need to be dealt with, now. Beshear delivered the State of the Commonwealth address Wednesday night in Frankfort. The Governor told lawmakers that the jobs picture and economy have improved. But he also said the Commonwealth can’t wait to fix long-standing problems. Beshear said, "We …

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Feb 06

New strain of stomach virus could be here in Kentucky

It’s easily passed from person to person and doctors say it can make you feel very sick. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Feb 06

Oversight for local taxing districts in the works

The House Committee on Local Government has approved legislation that would strengthen oversight of more than 1,200 local taxing districts. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Feb 06

House Committee Approves University, Commonwealth Stadium Construction

FRANKFORT. (AP) – Six of Kentucky’s public universities have cleared an initial hurdle for a plan to spend $363 million on construction projects, including a makeover for the Kentucky Wildcats’ Commonwealth Stadium. The House Appropriations and Revenue Committee approved legislation Wednesday allowing the universities to proceed with the projects. The top selling points for the …

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Feb 06

Yarmuth Wants Federal Study Of Mountaintop Removal

FRANKFORT. (AP) – U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth of Kentucky and U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter of New York have filed legislation that would require a federal study of the health effects of mountaintop removal coal mining. The measure also would impose a moratorium on all new mountaintop removal mining permits while feds review health consequences. Yarmuth, …

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