Daily Archive: February 10, 2013

Feb 10

Wet End To The Weekend, Then Cooling

Midnight Update: The heaviest rainfall has pushed east out of Kentucky, but we could see a few isolated showers pop up in the early hours of Monday morning. Everyone should still be dry by the morning commute. Lexington has picked up .13" of rain tonight while Jackson, London, and Monticello collected .2" in their rain …

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Feb 10

Lexington business robbed at gunpoint

We’re tracking a crime alert out of Lexington Sunday. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Feb 10

Windy Start To The Work Week

It’s a sunny but WINDY start to the work week Monday. Temperatures will hold near steady overnight falling only into the mid to upper 40s. Some morning clouds will give way to mostly sunny skies. Winds will really crank up tomorrow on the backside of the low pressure system that brought us the rain this …

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Feb 10

Rand Paul Criticizes Ashley Judd’s Potential Senate Run

Ashley Judd hasn’t even decided to run for office, but she’s already being criticized by national politicians. Senator Rand Paul says the actress and activist doesn’t really represent Kentucky or even live in the state. The Kentucky senator made the comment Sunday on CNN’s "State of the Union" when asked about potential 2014 challengers to …

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Feb 10

Key Events In Hunt For Ex-LA Cop, Suspected Killer

Key events in the expansive, ongoing manhunt for Christopher Dorner, the fired Los Angeles police officer suspected of killing three people – including a police officer in Southern California – and posting a manifesto on Facebook outlining plans to kill the families of those he says have wronged him, all times approximate: – Sunday, Feb. …

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Feb 10

Couples’ Home Broken Into, Dog Stolen

A Madison County couple says they came home to find their dog had been stolen during a burglary this weekend. Berea Police say the break-in happened on Friday. The couple tells LEX-18 their Yorkie named Toby was stolen along with a mandolin and other items. The couple says toby is black and tan with a …

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Feb 10

Lexington Celebrates Chinese New Year

     The Lexington Chinese school rang in the new year…the official Chinese New Year that is.     Hundreds of people gathered at Lexington Christian Academy for the celebration Sunday     There was Chinese dance and music throughout the afternoon.     It’s also known as the Spring Festival.     This is one of the most important holidays for the Chinese …

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Feb 10

Maker’s Mark To Lower Alcohol Content

High demand for bourbon means less alcohol for you. According to the New York Post, Makers Mark executives sent an email to clients saying the Kentucky Bourbon Maker will be reducing the amount of alcohol in their bourbon to meet the increased global demand. The alcohol content will be reduced by 3%, going from 90 …

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Feb 10

Lexington Firefighter Honored With Silver Star

Five years after saving his fellow soldiers when they were hit by an IED in Afghanistan, a Kentucky National Guardsman and Lexington Firefighter is awarded one of the highest military honors, the Silver Star. The ceremony was held Sunday morning in Louisville. Ison was recognized for his strength and heroism as he saved his clearance …

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Feb 10

Mitchell Wins No. 135 at Vanderbilt

A’dia Mathies spent some extra time practicing from beyond the arc in Kentucky’s shootaround, trying to work out a kink in her form. The senior guard found what she needed. Mathies scored a season-high 28 points, including five 3-pointers, and 10th-ranked Kentucky beat Vanderbilt 75-53 Sunday for the Wildcats’ second straight road victory. “She was …

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