Daily Archive: May 14, 2016

May 14

Cal isn’t putting pressure on a recruit

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May 14

Cats having 4 hour hospital visits in Chicago?

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May 14

Sneak Peek: “Dancing with the Lexington Sports Stars” on ABC 36

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ)- Any dancing with the stars fans? If so…you’ll want to see the local version of the show on ABC 36 on June 12th. It’s the “Dancing with the Lexington Sports Stars.” Our Tom Kenny and Christine Winter were emceeing the event. See community leaders teaming up with pros from the Arthur Murray …

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May 14

Sunny but chilly Sunday…

Overview: High pressure will build in on Sunday giving us a mostly sunny day. Unfortunately it will be over some 10 to 15 degrees below normal as the air mass is coming right out of Central Canada. Another storm system will bring us another chance of rain by late Monday through early Wednesday. Temperatures will …

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May 14

Movie crew scouting central Kentucky for locations

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) – A movie crew has been scouting locations in central Kentucky for a film based on the story of FBI agent Mark Putnam, who confessed to killing a pregnant informant with whom he had been having an affair. Bourbon County Judge-Executive Mike Williams told the Lexington Herald-Leader the county government has been …

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May 14

Police: Man arrested after robbing woman in Kroger parking lot

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Lexington police arrested a man accused of robbing and assaulting a woman in a grocery store parking lot. Officers say around 11 Thursday night, the victim was outside a Kroger on Tates Creek Road, loading groceries into her car, when Larry Byrd, 33, came up and grabbed her purse. Officers say …

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May 14

USPS picks up canned food from driveways to Stamp Out Hunger

Today is “Stamp Out Hunger Day.” It’s the day you leave non-perishable food at your mailbox to be donated to the local God’s Pantry. The United Food and Commercial Workers Union is a part of this. Jim Belcher was one of the many volunteers who helped out today. He says, “I think if people look …

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May 14

Hundreds Race in Honor of Fallen Police Officer Daniel Ellis

RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ)-Hundreds of people laced their shoes in Richmond to honor fallen police officer Daniel Ellis and other law enforcement during a 5k run/walk at Madison Central High School. The money raised goes to “Trooper Island,” a camp promoting friendship between young people, and state troopers. Those participating say this is the least they …

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May 14

Sign honoring Officer Daniel Ellis to be unveiled in Madison County

RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) – U.S. 25X in Madison County will be designated the “Officer Daniel Ellis Memorial Highway,” and its sign will be unveiled next week, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. The Richmond Police officer was gunned down in the line of duty last year. The General Assembly authorized the road designation. The section …

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May 14

‘Stamp Out Hunger’ food drive Saturday

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Saturday, May 14, marks the 24th anniversary of America’s largest-single day of giving — the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Last year, God’s Pantry Food Bank received over 11,000 pounds of food from the “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive in Lexington, an increase of 3,000-pounds over …

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