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1:01 pm
Wed October 20, 2010

New Dermatology Program

Lexington, KY – Today's guest is Dr. Stuart Tobin, who is initiating a new dermatology program at the University of Kentucky.

Local/Regional News
7:48 am
Wed October 20, 2010

ELECTION 2010

LEXINGTON, Ky. –

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    Local/Regional News
    7:42 am
    Wed October 20, 2010

    Community College Looks Ahead to Long Transition

    LEXINGTON, Ky. – Work should begin next spring on a new Bluegrass Community and Technical College campus off Lexington's Newtown Pike. Over time, the college will move students from its Cooper Drive complex to what's now the site of Eastern State Hospital.

    The college's plans were detailed Tuesday when President Augusta Julian appeared before Lexington's Urban County Council.

    "We certainly need additional renovation funds. We need road and intersection upgrades. We may find more burial sites."

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    Local/Regional News
    5:54 pm
    Tue October 19, 2010

    UK Football Player Apologizes For Critical Tweets of Fans

    Lexington, KY – Randall Cobb says he is sorry for posting tweets highly critical of UK football fans. The junior receiver, who caught the game-winning touchdown pass last week against South Carolina, says he knew almost immediately after posting the remarks, that he shouldn't have done it.

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    Local/Regional News
    3:50 pm
    Tue October 19, 2010

    Conway: No Regrets About "Aqua Buddha" Ad

    LEXINGTON, Ky. – Jack Conway says he has no regrets running a negative television ad against his Republican opponent for U.S. Senate. Conway defended the "Aqua Buddha" ad, which raised questions about Rand Paul's college activities and his position on faith-based initiatives.

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    Local/Regional News
    8:56 am
    Tue October 19, 2010

    Chandler and Barr Debate Role of Federal Government

    Democrat Ben Chandler (l) and Republican Andy Barr

    LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky's 6th district congressional candidates met in Lexington Monday night in what could be their only debate of the general election. Republican challenger Andy Barr came out swinging against Democratic incumbent Ben Chandler.

    "The reason why there's not more participation in the labor force is that government is interfering with entrepreneurs and the ability of entrepreneurs to invest. The cause of our continuing problems is that government is trying to do too much."

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    Local/Regional News
    1:49 pm
    Mon October 18, 2010

    Paul Reconsidering Final Debate With Conway

    LEXINGTON, Ky. – Flanked by about a dozen supporters outside the VA Medical Center in Lexington, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul said Monday that people who fight for our country deserve their government's support.

    "You hear me talk a lot about what government shouldn't do; this is one of the things I think government should be doing and should do a good job at it."

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    Local/Regional News
    9:54 am
    Mon October 18, 2010

    Tempers Flare During Latest Conway - Paul Debate

    Louisville, KY – Democratic candidate Jack Conway and Republican Rand Paul began the event trading jabs about a recent ad from Conway's campaign that criticized pranks Paul was allegedly involved in as a college student. Paul called Conway a disgrace to Kentucky before the two moved on to a policy debate. Conway frequently brought up previous statements from Paul in an effort to paint the Republican's small-government platform as too extreme.

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    Local/Regional News
    6:34 am
    Mon October 18, 2010

    Symposium Questions Art Ownership

    LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Gaines Center for the Humanities at the University of Kentucky kicks off a week-long series of events Monday examining the ownership of art and other cultural property. Center director Robert Rabel says the Bale Boone Symposium is assembled around a central theme.

    "This symposium really springs from the current interest in what is intellectual property? Who owns antiquity? Who properly owns artifacts that you find in museums? All of these questions have become much more pertinent today because of the Internet."

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    Local/Regional News
    11:29 am
    Fri October 15, 2010

    Second Flu Case Confirmed in Fayette County

    Lexington, KY – Fayette County Health Commmissioner Dr. Melinda Rowe says the state lab has confirmed a second case of flu in Kentucky, both in the Lexington area.

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