Local/Regional News
1:52 pm
Fri April 30, 2010

Hit And Run Suspect Has Long Rap Sheet

Lexington, KY – Police Lieutenant James Curless says 33 year old Glenn Doneghy, faces numerous charges:

"One count of murder one count of leaving the scene, which is a felony because of the injury or death. One count of assault second, four counts of assault third, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance to-wit suspected cocaine and he had two failure to appear bench warrants outstanding for his arrest prior to this encounter with the police department."

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Local/Regional News
1:45 pm
Fri April 30, 2010

Horse Racing Realities Stifle Derby Dream

Endorsement, winner of the 2010 Sunland Derby

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- – Getting to Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May is an effort three years in the making. It's the perfect combination of breeding, training, performance, and luck.

The winners of the Kentucky Derby -- the horse, the trainer, and the farm -- are forever cemented in history. But as Brenna Angel reports, for the vast majority of other contenders, the road to the Kentucky Derby ends in heartbreak.

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Local/Regional News
12:09 pm
Fri April 30, 2010

Bardstown Man Featured In Time Magazine

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Local/Regional News
5:35 pm
Thu April 29, 2010

GOP Making Inroads in Voter Registration Numbers

Frankfort, KY – Republicans are gaining ground on Democrats in the latest voter registration numbers released by the Kentucky Secretary of State's office. Democrats still outnumber Republicans almost two-to-one, but since the 2008 Presidential election, Democrats have lost 44-thousand registered voters.

"Democrats maintain a large number advantage, but in terms of percentages, Democrats are losing voters, while Republicans and Others are gaining."

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Local/Regional News
5:24 pm
Thu April 29, 2010

Second Miner Now Confirmed Dead

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Local/Regional News
11:53 am
Thu April 29, 2010

Two Miners Missing After Roof Collapse In Western Kentucky

Murray, KY – Mine Safety officials report 2 miners missing after a roof collapsed Wednesday night some 500 feet below the surface of the Webster County Dotiki mine. Rescuers efforts to contact the miners so far have failed. Ricki Gardenhire with the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet says the search for the miners is still considered a rescue operation. Oklahoma based Alliance Coal operates the mine along with eight others in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland and West Virginia.

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8:34 am
Thu April 29, 2010

State Officials Cracking Down On Voter Fraud

FRANKFORT, Ky. -- – Kentucky's top election official and its top prosecutor are standing up against election fraud in the upcoming May 18th primary.

Secretary of State Trey Grayson and Attorney General Jack Conway say their offices are joining forces to ensure a clean election. Grayson says, unfortunately, the state has a national reputation of voter fraud.

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Local/Regional News
8:31 am
Thu April 29, 2010

Pennsylvania Power Co. To Buy Kentucky Utilities, LG & E

Louisville, Ky. -- – A Pennsylvania-based power company will acquire the parent company of two major utilities in Kentucky for $6.7 billion in cash. PPL Corporation announced late Wednesday that it is buying E.ON US, the parent of Louisville Gas & Electric and Kentucky Utilities.

Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says he's received assurances from PPL that no jobs will be eliminated as a direct result of the purchase.

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Local/Regional News
4:41 pm
Wed April 28, 2010

Field Is Set For 136th Kentucky Derby

Louisville, KY – A blind draw for the post positions was held Wednesday at Churchill Downs.
The early favorite, Lookin' At Lucky, with 3 to 1 odds, will break from the number one position. The second favorite, Sidney's Candy, at 5 to 1, drew the far outside twenty spot. Oddsmaker Mike Battaglia has three horses at 10 to 1 as third favorites; the filly Devil May Care, Awesome Act and Ice Box. The Kentucky Derby will be run just after 6:00pm Saturday.

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Local/Regional News
4:15 pm
Wed April 28, 2010

Beshear Says Shutdown Coming Absent Budget Agreement

Frankfort, KY – Gov. Beshear says a partial shutdown of state government means a lot more than just closing the state parks. It also could mean no mine inspectors or mine rescue units, no Kentucky State Police, no Medicaid, and no money for universities. "They might well continue to operate if they've got enough money absent General Fund monies, but each university gets a huge hunk of General Fund dollars. And we're concerned that we will not be able to send them that money."

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