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Posted October 23, 2014 [ Springfield Sun ]
Gunshot at Washington County football game accidental
     Washington County Superintendent Robin Cochran confirmed earlier this week that a firearm was discharged at last Friday night’s home football game between the Commanders and the Bardstown Tigers.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Grant County News ]
Police bust Dry Ridge meth lab
     Three people were arrested after police discovered an active methamphetamine lab at a Dry Ridge apartment.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Sentinel-News ]
Former Peewee Valley officer probated on inmate sex abuse charges
     James Johnson, a former correctional officer with the Kentucky Correctional Institute for Women in Peewee Valley, was granted probation and diversion Monday at his sentencing hearing on charges of sex abuse of inmates.

    Posted October 22, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
Time change is Sunday, Nov. 2
     Daylight Saving Time will come to an end on Sunday, Nov. 2 as the nation switches back to Standard Time. The change, as usual, will be at 2 a.m. but most people change their clocks before going to bed the evening before, which in this case, will be Saturday, Nov. 1

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Kentucky Enquirer ]
Bus catches fire on I-71/75
     Interstate 71/75 South was shut down briefly Wednesday morning after a small bus caught fire near Interstate 275.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Kentucky Enquirer ]
Dad in SWAT incident with baby to appear in court
     A man who police say barricaded himself in his home with his 8-month-old son and prompted a SWAT response is set to appear before a judge Wednesday morning.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Central Kentucky News Journal ]
International balloon fiesta lands in Campbellsville
     It started nearly 2,000 miles away, but it ended in Campbellsville. The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta attracts hot air balloon enthusiasts from all over the world.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Central Kentucky News Journal ]
Durham pleads guilty to murdering grandmother with hammer
     He has admitted he did it, and could spend 40 years in prison as a result. Jesse Durham has pleaded guilty to murdering his great-grandmother with a hammer. And in exchange for his guilty plea, the prosecutor in the case has recommended he be sentenced to serve four decades in prison for his crime.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Kentucky Standard ]
A decade of bourbon heritage
     Many factors contribute to bourbon’s current boom period, and educating the public on the distilling process and history of Kentucky’s signature spirit is perhaps one of the most important.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Paintsville Herald ]
Johnson teacher indicted for use of minor in sex performance
     Among those indicted Friday by a Johnson County grand jury was a Johnson Central High School teacher, accused of inappropriate conduct with a student. Robert L. Cantrell, 25, of Prestonsburg, was indicted on charges of unlawful transaction with a minor, first degree; and two counts of use of a minor in a sexual performance.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
Student in custody for alleged threat to shoot up dorm
     According to a Louisville TV station, a student is in custody after allegedly threatening to "shoot up" a University of Louisville dorm.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Rare white thoroughbred stars at yearling sale
     Wednesday's Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale offers the rarest commodity of thoroughbreds: a white horse.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Kentucky Standard ]
Six months later, family still searching for answers
     It’s been six months since Kathy and Samantha Netherland were found murdered in their Botland home, and family members of the two women say they’re still searching for answers.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ News Enterprise ]
Early detection key to cancer prevention
     The American Cancer Society classifies breast cancer as the second leading cause of cancer deaths among women. With more than 232,000 new cases of breast cancer diagnosed in 2013, more than 39,000 of those patients will die from the disease, said Dr. Amy Braden, an oncologist at Hardin Memorial Hospital.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ News Enterprise ]
Man indicted on 14 sex charges pleads not guilty
     A 50-year-old White Mills man indicted on charges of 14 sex crimes and accused of impregnating a 13-year-old girl entered a not guilty plea Tuesday in Hardin Circuit Court.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
Castlen Welding & Manufacturing LLC to expand in Owensboro
     Castlen Welding & Manufacturing LLC plans to expand its operations in Daviess County, the governor's office reported yesterday. Castlen, a manufacturer of material handling equipment for the fertilizer and grain industries, is expected to create up to 30 new jobs and invest nearly $3.9 million into the project.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
Historical marker celebrates aviation and thoroughbred industry
     The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) will dedicate a new historical marker Monday, Nov. 3, at 10 a.m. in front of Fasig-Tipton, 2400 Newtown Pike, Lexington.

    Posted October 22, 2014 [ Bowling Green Daily News ]
State 11th worst in public education cuts, study says
     Deep cuts take time to heal. Kentucky poured millions more dollars into public education this past legislative session; however, a recent study noted the state is the 11th worst in America in school funding cuts.

    Posted October 22, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Kentucky pension official: 'It's been a challenging start to the year'
     Hedge funds and other alternative investments are the only assets currently gaining value for the Kentucky Retirement Systems, however controversial they might be otherwise.

Posted October 22, 2014 [ Paducah Sun ]
Uranium plant is returned to DOE's control
     The U.S. Department of Energy officially received the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant from the United States Enrichment Corporation Tuesday, completing a year-long process to return the plant to DOE control.


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