Daily Archive: May 15, 2016

May 15

Kentucky man charged with using fake money at yard sales

MADISONVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Madisonville police say a resident has been charged with using counterfeit money at yard sales. Police Officer Falon Graham says in a news release that 47-year-old Carl Winebarger of Madisonville was arrested Saturday and charged with six counts of possession of a forged instrument. Graham says on Friday and Saturday, officers …

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May 15

Police: Woman arrested for setting moped on fire

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Lexington firefighters say a home has some damage after a woman set her moped on fire. It happened on Meadowthorpe Avenue around 6 p.m. Investigators say the building has minor smoke damage, and no one was hurt. Police arrested Marlena Gower, 31. She’s been charged with arson, disorderly conduct, and wanton …

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May 15

UK Softball No. 9 national seed in NCAA’s

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May 15

Why leave Kentucky for the D League

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May 15

Frost, showers then warmer…

A Canadian high pressure has settled in over the Bluegrass region. This high is causing our skies to clear and our winds to become calm tonight and this makes the perfect recipe for FROST. In fact, a frost advisory has been issues for all or our eastern counties between 2AM and 9 AM. Temperatures will …

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May 15

Frost Advisory 2AM through 9AM…

A frost advisory has been issues for all or our eastern counties between 2AM and 9 AM. A large area of high pressure from Canada has moved overhead and will drop our winds and clear our skies allowing temperatures to drop into the mid to upper 30s. A developing storm system will begin to throw …

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May 15

Six Fallen Kentucky Officers Honored in Washington D.C.

It’s been the big build up for National Police Week, today is actually Peace Officers Memorial Day. It’s a holiday first declared by President John F. Kennedy in 1962 to give special recognition to law enforcement that have lost their lives in the line of duty. This year 252 names have been added to the …

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May 15

FROST ADVISORY for tonight…

…FROST EXPECTED TONIGHT…ESPECIALLY IN THE VALLEYS… .CLEARING SKIES…LIGHT WINDS…AND A COLD AIR MASS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR WILL BRING THE STRONG POTENTIAL FOR FROST TO MUCH OF EAST KENTUCKY LATER TONIGHT AND INTO EARLY MONDAY MORNING. THE VALLEYS WILL BE MOST PRONE TO SEEING A LONGER DURATION OF WIDESPREAD FROST The post FROST ADVISORY …

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May 15

Teen dies in Bourbon County crash

BOURBON COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – A Winchester teen is dead following a single-car crash. State police say Alexis Thompson, 19, lost control of her car on Clintonville Road in Bourbon County, and collided with a fence Sunday morning. Troopers say the teen died at the scene. They believe Thompson was wearing a seat belt. The …

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May 15

A warmer week ahead…

Temperatures are going to rebound back to above normal by the end of the week but first we going to get another round of rain. A developing storm system in the plains will begin to shift east effecting our weather as early as late Monday. The rain should come to an end by early Wednesday …

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