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9:10 am
Tue November 23, 2004

Jobless Rate Remains Unchanged

Bowling Green/Frankfort – State Officials say Kentucky's seasonally-adjusted
unemployment rate remained at 4.7 percent from
September to October. That figure marks the lowest
jobless level of the year, according to the Office of
Employment and Training. By comparison, the jobless
rate in Kentucky stood at six percent one year ago.

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Regional
1:57 pm
Thu November 18, 2004

Court Overturns Ragland Conviction

Regional
1:51 pm
Thu November 18, 2004

Possible Cause For Hopkins County Fire

Regional
1:46 pm
Thu November 18, 2004

Bowling Green Settles With Catron

Bowling Green, KY – The city of Bowling Green is going to be getting a settlement from suspended lawyer Steve Catron and three of his former law firms.
They've agreed to pay Bowling Green $260,000 to settle allegations that he over-charged or mis-spent almost $550,000 on the city's convention center.
Commissioner Jim Bullington says the city settled because it faced estimated legal fees of $500,000 to take the case to trial. It had already spent more than $100,000 on lawyers.

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Regional
11:33 am
Tue November 16, 2004

McConnell Back From Mideast Tour

Regional
11:27 am
Tue November 16, 2004

Bredesen Wants To Study Tenncare Offer

Regional
11:21 am
Tue November 16, 2004

Louisville May Buy LG&E

Regional
11:55 am
Wed November 10, 2004

Legal Loophole For Release Of Juveniles

Regional
11:50 am
Wed November 10, 2004

Getting Inactive Cases Off The Books

Regional
11:45 am
Wed November 10, 2004

More Flu Vaccine On The Way

Frankfort, KY – Governor Fletcher has announced that Kentucky will receive an estimated 97,000 additional doses of flu vaccine.
It comes from the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention's national re-allocation effort.
The Governor says that in addition to the 97,000 doses, local health departments are currently being shipped the remainder of their original vaccine order.
Fletcher says the vaccine will be used to help address local shortages at health departments, nursing homes, hospitals and private providers.

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