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1:06 pm
Thu October 13, 2005

Uncertainty Over Decker College

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12:21 pm
Thu October 6, 2005

Hiring Delays Frustrate AG's Office

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12:13 pm
Thu October 6, 2005

Groups Want Lewis To Return Delay Money

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12:08 pm
Thu October 6, 2005

Pre-Pay Gas Mandatory In Bowling Green

Bowling Green, KY – Bowling Green city commissioners have approved an ordinance that makes pre-paying for gasoline mandatory.
City police and other proponents of the ordinance say it virtually eliminate gas station drive offs. Investigations of drive offs took more than 1,000 hours of police time last year with few arrests.
Supporters say it would free police to investigate other crimes.
Opponents say the ordinance will drive business away from local stations because of increased inconvenience.

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Regional
11:29 am
Wed October 5, 2005

Student Arraigned For WKU Athlete Drowning

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11:23 am
Wed October 5, 2005

Life In Prison For Elizabethtown Man

Elizabethtown, KY – An Elizabethtown man has been sentenced to life in prison after his conviction in the beating death of a 78 year old minister last December.
It will be at least 20 years before 26 year old Joshua Simmons will be eligible for parole. he was convicted Tuesday of murdering the Reverend James Hornback after breaking into Hornback's home.
Prosecutors said Simmons wanted to steal prescription drugs. Hornback's throat was slashed and he was struck on the head 23 times with a hammer.

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Regional
11:20 am
Wed October 5, 2005

Natural Gas Prices Rise

Regional
11:25 am
Wed September 28, 2005

Memorial Service For Slain Soldier

Regional
11:19 am
Wed September 28, 2005

Gas Prices Set To Rise Again

Paducah, KY – A regional gasoline distributor in paducah says motorists should expect gas prices to jump above $3.00 a gallon by the weekend because of Gulf Coast refinery disruptions.
Phil Russo says the damage caused by Hurricane Rita puts more pressure on the market, but he adds that a rush to the pump isn't necessary. Russo predicts an average increase in price of ten cents a gallon per day.
He says the wholesale price of regular has risen to $2.90 a gallon. Russo's firm operates several BP stations in the Paducah area.

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Regional
11:15 am
Wed September 28, 2005

Unsafe Water In Louisville Fountains

Louisville, KY – Tests by the Louisville Metro Health Department show the fountains and pools at the city's Waterfront Park have unsafe levels of coliform bacteria from human waste.
Health officials say the levels found in some of the samples were 10 to 30 times as high as what would be allowed in swimming pools.
Officials say the problem is caused by the soiled diapers of infants along with homeless people bathing and defecating in the water. As a result of the discovery, the city will spend $22,000 to change the plumbing.

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