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Posted October 24, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Blackburn inmates, officials celebrate equine program's 15th anniversary
     Bryan Beccia was released from Blackburn Correctional Complex on Oct. 3, 2011. Beccia, former exercise rider of 2001 Kentucky Derby winner Monarchos, lost his license in 2006 after being sentenced to 25 years in prison for drug charges related to methamphetamine.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Manchester Street mural causes concern; sparks public art discussion
     Work is winding down on Lexington's largest mural, being painted on the side of the Pepper Distillery Warehouse by French muralist MTO as part of the annual PRHBTN street art festival


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Marshall County Tribune Courier ]
House race in 6th turns nasty
     The race for Kentucky State Representative in the 6th district took a decidedly nasty tone last week when automated political phone calls suggested those on the receiving end should “lock up their daughters.”


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Messenger Inquirer ]
Three accused of attempted extortion
     A Knottsville man and a Greenville man and woman have been indicted by the Daviess County grand jury on charges of attempting to extort $100,000 from another man by threatening to file false "murder for hire" charges against him.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Madisonville Messenger ]
Historian Turner shares legend of Bell Witch
     Tales of legendary hauntings gave goosebumps to area citizens and regional Kentucky Public Retirees at a Pennyrile Chapter meeting held Thursday at Country Cupboard in Madisonville.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Ash borer attacks new host
     The beetle that has devastated ash trees across much of the Eastern United States and is attacking in full force across the Bluegrass has jumped to another type of tree, alarming scientists.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Cats, Cards unite in leukemia fight
     The sports rivalry between the universities of Louisville and Kentucky is as fierce as it gets, but Cardinals and Wildcats alike are lifting the spirits of young Brady Walz as he takes on an opponent everyone wants him to defeat.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Bloody bedding found near 1999 murder site
     Blood has been discovered on a fitted sheet believed to belong to 17-year-old Jessica Dishon, whose body was found in 1999.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Field Elementary’s Sarah Reed Ky. Teacher of the Year
     Field Elementary third grade teacher Sarah Reed is this year’s Kentucky Teacher of the Year, the Kentucky Department of Education announced Thursday.



    Posted October 24, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Washington Post fact-checker says 'Grimes should be ashamed of herself'
     Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes is running what is "likely the worst ad of a nasty campaign year," according to Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post's fact-checker.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
State Rep. Keith Hall indicted on bribery charge
     State Rep. W. Keith Hall, D-Phelps, secretly paid $46,343 to a Kentucky mine inspector from May 2009 to December 2010 to ignore repeated violations at Hall's Pike County surface coal mines, according to an indictment filed Thursday.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Levisa Lazer ]
Louisa City Council candidate indicted in Johnson on felony tampering with records charge
     A candidate for Louisa City Council in the Nov. 4 election has been charged with felony tampering with public records when he worked for the Johnson County Sheriff's office in April of 2011.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Kentucky New Era ]
Masked man robs Cadiz bank Thursday
     A man who turned a blue hoodie into a mask robbed Heritage Bank on Main Street in Cadiz at 12:01 p.m. Thursday.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ The Gleaner ]
EPD officers file counter lawsuit against firefighter
     Two Evansville Police Department officers being sued by an Evansville firefighter following a highly publicized traffic stop last year motioned their intent to file a counter lawsuit Monday.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Harlan Daily Enterprise ]
Bank robbery suspects in custody
     Two men are in custody following a Tuesday evening armed robbery at the King State Employees Credit Union.



    Posted October 24, 2014 [ Harlan Daily Enterprise ]
Social Security announces benefit increase for 2015
     Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for nearly 64 million Americans will increase 1.7 percent in 2015, the Social Security Administration has announced.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Frankfort State Journal ]
Dogs and insurance often have bad relationship
     Dog bites accounted for more than one-third of the money paid out for homeowners’ insurance liability claims last year, according to the Insurance Information Institute and State Farm.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ News Enterprise ]
Rineyville man faces numerous charges, including rape
     A Rineyville man will appear in Hardin District Court today to face charges of forcing his girlfriend to perform sex acts after striking her with a belt.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ The Advocate Messenger ]
Louisville man who jumped from moving vehicle in Boyle County Dies
     A Louisville man, who was critically injured Saturday in Boyle County after leaping from a moving vehicle, has died.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Kentucky Enquirer ]
Poisoned kids forces fine, pricey clean-up
     The federal government fined a Cincinnati apartment management company and ordered it to clean up 136 of his properties after children who lived in the homes fell ill from lead poisoning.


 

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