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12:32 pm
Tue January 10, 2006

Bush Visits Louisville

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11:28 am
Mon January 9, 2006

State Of The Commonwealth Speech Set

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11:17 am
Mon January 9, 2006

Candidates Set For Special Election

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11:07 am
Mon January 9, 2006

Chopper Crash In Iraq

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11:44 am
Wed January 4, 2006

7 Deaths During Holiday Driving Period

Frankfort, KY – Preliminary statistics show seven people died in seven separate traffic crashes on kentucky roadways from the day after Christmas through New Year's Day.
Alcohol was a suspected factor in three of the crashes and four of the victims was riding a motorcycle and wearing a helmet.
Single fatality crashes occurred in Franklin, Fleming, Floyd, Hart, Letcher, Perry and Scott Counties. Four highway fatalities were reported during the New Year's holiday period.

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11:44 am
Wed January 4, 2006

7 Deaths During Holiday Driving Period

Frankfort, KY – Preliminary statistics show seven people died in seven separate traffic crashes on kentucky roadways from the day after Christmas through New Year's Day.
Alcohol was a suspected factor in three of the crashes and four of the victims was riding a motorcycle and wearing a helmet.
Single fatality crashes occurred in Franklin, Fleming, Floyd, Hart, Letcher, Perry and Scott Counties. Four highway fatalities were reported during the New Year's holiday period.

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11:39 am
Wed January 4, 2006

Six Tornadoes Hit Area Monday

Louisville, KY – The National Weather Service has confirmed that six tornadoes struck central Kentucky on Monday with the most powerful in Hardin, Lincoln and Adair Counties.
They had F-2 twisters but no fatalities or serious injuries. One minor injury was reported in the Lincoln County community of McKinney. The injured person was treated at a local hospital and released.
Less powerful F-1 tornadoes occurred in Adair, Jefferson and Larue Counties. The Louisville twister was on the far west side near Campground Road.

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Regional
11:29 am
Wed January 4, 2006

WV Coal Mine Owned By KY Company

Louisville, KY – That West Virginia coal mine where 13 miners were trapped and 12 eventually died is owned by a Kentucky coal producer that has a dozen surface and deep mines in eastern Kentucky.
International Coal Group reported earnings of $8.65 million for the three months that ended September 30th and $28.6 million for the first nine months of 2005.
International Coal Group is moving to Charleston, WV and won't be a publicly owned Kentucky company for much longer.

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1:08 pm
Tue January 3, 2006

Tornadoes Hit Kentucky

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1:02 pm
Tue January 3, 2006

More Ft. Campbell Deaths In Iraq

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