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3:07 am
Thu October 2, 2008

Attorney General's Early Release Suit Gets First Hearing

Frankfort, KY – The Corrections Department argues it's pure speculation to claim the early release program presents a clear and present danger to the general public. But Assistant Deputy Attorney General Tad Thomas disagrees, and is asking Franklin Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd to block further releases until evidence in the case can be heard. I think it's pretty clear to any of the victims of someone who is released early, that there is no speculation about this harm.

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7:47 am
Wed October 1, 2008

Capitol Rotunda Hosts Annual Arts Awards

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3:58 am
Wed October 1, 2008

Lexpark Soon To Give The Boot To Scofflaws

Lexington, Ky – After a summer of cracking down on meter-feeders, LexPark is ready to begin its booting program. LexPark Executive Director Gary Means says the wheel locking device is used only for repeat parking offenders, but if that's you, he says your wallet is about to get a lot lighter. Try 150 dollars just to get the boot removed! The Parking Authority says you can pay your tickets online at lexpark.org.

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3:53 am
Wed October 1, 2008

UK Students Participate In Mock Election

Lexington, KY – Student groups and the Secretary of State's office are hosting a series of mock elections on Kentucky college campuses. and Today/Wednesday UK students got a chance to pull the lever for their favorite candidates. Students cast ballots for U-S Senate as well as President. Derek Hall with the Secretary of State's office says the mock elections provide a very tangible civics lesson especially for first-time voters.

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3:48 am
Wed October 1, 2008

Lexington Announces "Second Sunday" Events

Lexington, KY – The city of Lexington says it plans to participate in the state-wide Second Sunday initiative, a day long event designed to improve the health of citizens while promoting family fun. On Sunday, October 12th, Limestone Street will be closed to traffic from 2 to 6 p-m
between the Avenue of Champions and Third Street. Lexington Mayor
Jim Newberry says families are encouraged take part in a variety of physical fitness activities.

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2:32 am
Wed October 1, 2008

Kentucky Atty. Gen. Challenges Early Release

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2:15 am
Wed October 1, 2008

Kentucky Atty. Gen. Challenges Early Release Program

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9:03 am
Tue September 30, 2008

Kentucky Lawmakers Not On Board With Bailout Plan

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7:13 am
Tue September 30, 2008

Kentucky Banks Not Likely To Suffer From Wall Street Crisis

Louisville, KY – Conservative business practices have protected most Kentucky banks from being damaged by the Wall Street financial crisis. As Gabe Bullard reports, that means they're able and willing to extend credit to eligible customers.

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7:08 am
Tue September 30, 2008

Health Department To Hold Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic

Lexington, KY – Hard to believe, but another flu season is just around the corner, and the Fayette County Health Department is hosting a free drive-thru flu clinic to encourage folks to get that shot early enough so it can do some good. Spokesman Kevin Hall says people aged nine and older can get a free shot at the Lexmark campus Saturday morning from 8 to 11. This year, health officials recommend all children six months and older get a flu shot.

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