11:29 am
Mon July 25, 2005

Separate Drownings Claim Two Lives

1:40 pm
Fri July 22, 2005

TVA Raises Rates

1:09 pm
Wed July 20, 2005

KY Senators Support Roberts

Washington, D. C. – There were no surprises as Kentucky Republican Senators Mitch McConnell and Jim Bunning praised President Bush's nomination to the U. S. Supreme Court.
The two senators had already voted in 2003 to confirm Judge John Roberts, Jr. to a seat on the U. S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit.
The 50 year old Roberts must be approved by the U.S. senate in order to replace retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. McConnell and Bunning both expressed their full support of Roberts

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1:05 pm
Wed July 20, 2005

Chemical Leak At Bluegrass Depot

11:58 am
Wed July 20, 2005

Ft. Campbell Soldier Killed In Iraq

Fort Campbell, KY – The Army says a Fort Campbell soldier has died from injuries in Iraq.
A statement from the post says Private Lavena Johnson of Florissant, Missouri died yesterday near Balad, Iraq.
Johnson was assigned to the 129th Corps Support Battalion.
A memorial ceremony is planned for Johnson with her unit in Iraq. She joined the Army in September and arrived at Fort Campbell in Fenruary.
The Army said the death was not the result of combat and the cause remains under investigation.

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1:50 pm
Thu July 14, 2005

Settlement Reached in Anti-Trust Complaint Against Kentucky Real Estate Commission

Washington, D.C. – The Justice Department reports it has reached a settlement
of its anti-trust complaint against the Kentucky Real Estate
Commission. The complaint related to fees for broker

Under the settlement filed in U-S District Court in
Louisville, the Commission would stop prohibiting
rebates and cease any enforcement actions against
brokers for offering rebates or discounts. The court
must approve the settlement.

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1:29 pm
Thu July 14, 2005

Nation's Governors to Examine Healthcare Concerns

Bowling Green, KY – Governors from across the United States will meet
in Des Moines, Iowa this weekend, to discuss a
variety of healthcare concerns. In particular, members
of the National Governors Association hope to
address ways to reduce the cost of both private and
public health insurance.

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10:11 am
Wed July 13, 2005

Owensboro's General Fund Reserves Get Break

Owensboro, KY. – The general fund reserves for the City of Owensboro are
getting an unexpected break. The Federal Emergency
Management Agency has announced it is dropping
the city's tab for tornado clean-up miscalculations.

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