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Posted October 23, 2014 [ The Advocate Messenger ]
Suspect in Domino's shooting waives case to Boyle grand jury
     Patrick Brand waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday in Boyle District Court, and his case will be presented to a Boyle County grand jury next week. Brand, 21, of Danville is among four people charged with first-degree robbery and assault in the September robbery of Domino's Pizza in Danville, during which employee Zoe Reed was shot and seriously wounded.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Kentucky Enquirer ]
Doctor files federal suit alleging police racism, excessive force
     A local doctor claims police used what he believes was excessive force partially motivated by race during his arrest at his home in 2012. Dr. William Cox, 56, filed a federal lawsuit against six Blue Ash and Evendale police officers Friday, saying the incident led him to have a heart attack and kidney failure.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Kentucky Enquirer ]
Newport SWAT arrest man suspected of holding girlfriend hostage
     Newport Police SWAT Team took a man into custody just before 7 a.m. after what they believed was a potential hostage situation.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Bowling Green Daily News ]
Three former Edmonson nursing home employees arraigned on criminal abuse charges
     Three former employees at Genesis HealthCare’s Edmonson Center nursing home pleaded not guilty Monday to several charges stemming from allegations of residential abuse.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Bowling Green Daily News ]
Mother, son killed in Hart County wreck
     A Magnolia woman and her 19-year-old son were killed Tuesday night in a one-car accident in Hart County.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Bowling Green Daily News ]
Judge orders sex offender to pay $1.8 million to victim
     A federal judge ordered a convicted Butler County sex offender to pay more than $1.8 million to the victim he molested over a five-year period.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Democratic group back on air for Alison Grimes
     Just over a week after the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee stopped television advertising in Kentucky, prompting some to speculate the group had given up on Alison Lundergan Grimes, it announced Wednesday that it was going back on the air with a $650,000 ad buy in the closing weeks of the campaign.



    Posted October 23, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
McConnell in E. Ky., calls Grimes 'status quo
     Republican U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell is describing Democratic opponent Alison Lundergan Grimes as "a new face for the status quo" as he rallies supporters in the last days of his re-election campaign.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
100 years later, Louisville NAACP still engaged
     With Election Day approaching, the Louisville branch of the NAACP is mobilizing volunteers to get out the vote on Nov. 4. Working to secure voting rights and making sure people exercise them has always been a priority of the civil rights organization. And it's just as important as ever, leaders say.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
National Democrats return to Kentucky airwaves as McConnell's poll shows him leading by 8
     After the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee announced Wednesday that it will return to Kentucky's airwaves on behalf of Alison Lundergan Grimes, Mitch McConnell's campaign released an internal polling memo showing the Republican leading by eight points.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Bills touted in Barr’s ads are not close to being laws
     Asking voters for a second term, Republican U.S. Rep. Andy Barr of Lexington touts the achievements of his first term in television ads.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ The Advocate Messenger ]
Suspect in toddler's death waives hearing in Boyle
     The man accused in the death of a 13-month-old Junction City boy waived his preliminary hearing Wednesday in Boyle District Court, in part to avoid additional information about the case being aired in the media.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Georgetown News-Graphic ]
Georgetown gets rainbow connection
     Georgetown added a few hundred colorful new residents last week. And their move really went swimmingly.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Harlan Daily Enterprise ]
Road salt prices jump 28 percent
     As counties prepare for the inevitable start of winter, they’re feeling a budget pinch from rising prices and possible shortages of road salt. County officials will purchase road salt this year at a price that is approximately 28 percent higher than last year.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Harlan Daily Enterprise ]
KSP conducts drug roundup in Bell
     A drug roundup in Bell County where 26 people were being sought on Wednesday resulted in the arrest of 18.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Anderson News ]
Bus monitor charged with menacing
     A school bus monitor was charged with menacing and harassment Monday for allegedly pushing the face of a 12-year-old student into a seat and tearing up another 12-year-old’s school papers, according to documents obtained by The Anderson News.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Lebanon Enterprise ]
Evans is first African-American to serve as Marion school board member
     Jerry Evans was sworn in as the District Five board member on Oct. 14, and in the process, he made history as the first African-American to serve on the Marion County school board.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Business Lexington ]
Bluegrass real estate sales hit $1.35 billion in Q3
     The Lexington-Bluegrass Association of Realtors (LBAR) has reported third-quarter real-estate sales of $712,866,015 in Fayette County and $1,352,333,372 in central Kentucky.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Business Lexington ]
Keeneland and Red Mile partner for single gaming facility
     Keeneland and the Red Mile have announced rather than competing with each other for instant racing games, the two would partner to open a single facility with 1,000 terminals at the Red Mile to benefit the purses at both tracks.


Posted October 23, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
UK picked to win SEC; Harrison player of year
     Media made the University of Kentucky's basketball team on Wednesday the first unanimous preseason pick to win the SEC since the Wildcats' 1995-1996 team that went 16-0 in the league and won a national title.


 

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