Local/Regional News
8:03 am
Mon November 29, 2010

Don't Let Online Deal Cost You Your Identity

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Online retailers are expecting a surge in business Monday, on what has become known as Cyber Monday, a day many of them begin offering holiday shopping bargains.

Reanna Smith-Hamblin with the Better Business Bureau in Louisville says for online shoppers concerned about the risk of identity theft, it's generally easy to determine whether you're putting your information on a secure site.

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Local/Regional News
7:46 am
Mon November 29, 2010

Multimedia Opera Wins U of L Grawemeyer Award

Louis Andriessen

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville has announced the 2011 Grawemeyer Award for Music
Composition goes to a work by Dutch composer Louis Andriessen.

He's being honored for his multimedia opera "La Commedia." The five-part piece is based on Dante's "The Divine Comedy."

The 71 year old Andriessen says he's long been an admirer Dante and his epic poem.

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Local/Regional News
7:33 am
Mon November 29, 2010

Council Discusses Widening Project of Leestown Road

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Everything appears to be lined up for a significant road project in Lexington. Over the next three years, a stretch of Leestown Road from Greendale past Masterson Station Park will be widened from two lanes to four. Urban County Council member Tom Blues says the project was first formally proposed in 1985.

"Well Leestown Road now is almost a moving parking lot at rush hours and it's a dangerous stretch of road," said Blues.

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Local/Regional News
1:23 pm
Wed November 24, 2010

UK Research Team Studying Children and ATV Safety

Lexington, KY – Dr. Andrew Bernard, a trauma surgeon with UK Healthcare, says in his team's lab experiments, young riders operate two different sized ATV's while navigating a computer generated virtual course. What they're hoping to demonstrate is that fitting the child to the proper frame can cut down on rollover crashes.

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Local/Regional News
9:41 pm
Tue November 23, 2010

International students get a taste of an American holiday

Michael and Jacqueline Chen hang out with friends at UK's annual Multicultural Thanksgiving Dinner.
Heather Chapman, WUKY

Lexington, KY – They're thousands of miles from home, but UK's international students have found a warm welcome for Thanksgiving right here in Lexington.

Nearly three hundred students, some with their families, came to the Multicultural Student Thanksgiving Dinner Tuesday night in the Grand Ballroom at the UK Student Center. The menu featured traditional dishes like turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and pie.

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Local/Regional News
5:53 pm
Tue November 23, 2010

Slain Officer Memorialized With Renamed Street

The former Hilo Street was renamed Durman Drive at a ceremony on Tuesday
photo by Brenna Angel

Lexington, KY – Officer Bryan Durman, who was struck and killed by a motorist while he was responding to a call, drove down Hilo Street everyday for roll call at the department's Central Sector Call Center. From now on that street will be known as Durman Drive.

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Local/Regional News
3:20 pm
Tue November 23, 2010

City Needs to Sell $4 Million in Property to Help Budget

LEXINGTON, Ky. – The possible sale of four million dollars in city-owned property was the focus of an Urban County Council Budget Committee meeting Tuesday at City Hall. Lexington Finance Commissioner Linda Rumpke presented council members with a "what if" scenario that would mean a huge dip into the economic contingency fund.

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Tonic
10:47 am
Tue November 23, 2010

Kelly Richey

Artist and coach Kelly Richey shares some wisdom with tonic's Jonese Franklin.

tonic 2010

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Saving Stories
9:33 am
Tue November 23, 2010

Oral Histories Department Teams With Hospice Of The Bluegrass For New Recording Project

Lexington, KY – In observance of Friday's National Day of Listening project, Dr. Doug Boyd with the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral Histories in the UK Libraries chats with Alan Lytle about a new project involving volunteers and patients at Hospice of the Bluegrass.

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Local/Regional News
9:25 am
Tue November 23, 2010

God's Pantry Hands Out Record Number of Thanksgiving Boxes

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Thousands of low-income families will have a bountiful meal this week.

Governor Steve Beshear and the First Lady helped distribute boxes of food Monday morning at Broadway Christian Church in Lexington. God's Pantry spokeswoman Mandy Brajuha says the food bank will hand out around 55-hundred boxes in Fayette County this year as part of its Sharing Thanksgiving program.

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