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Posted November 27, 2014 [ Paducah Sun ]
Vehicle hits Graves house
     The Graves County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a vehicle hit a home Wednesday.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Paducah Sun ]
Local holiday flights gain over 2013
     Thanksgiving holiday traffic out of Paducah's Barkley Regional Airport is showing an increase over last year.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Kentucky Enquirer ]
Ohio turkeys, Virgil and Homer, get Obama pardon
     The two luckiest turkeys in the world are from Fort Recovery, Ohio. On this night, Virgil and Homer from the Cooper Farm will be nobody's dinner. They will not be brined or basted. They will never know the indignity of a green bean casserole.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Kentucky Enquirer ]
Missing Butler County woman found safe
     A 44-year-old Butler County woman who disappeared on Nov. 2 has been found safe, according to Sheriff Richard K. Jones.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Kentucky Enquirer ]
How to stay safe while shopping online this holiday
     When Megan Roell realized she’d been charged a few hundred dollars for a dress that was supposed to be $50, she learned a valuable lesson: Not all shopping websites are trustworthy.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Kentucky Enquirer ]
NKY Chamber expects little from Frankfort
     Given that Kentucky just went through a contentious election cycle that included a fight for control of the state legislature, has a lame-duck governor and another contentious gubernatorial campaign coming next year, local business leaders aren’t too confident the General Assembly is going to get much done in its 30-day session set to begin in January.



    Posted November 27, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Kentucky responds to EPA climate pollution plan
     There was something of a Thanksgiving Eve news dump going on, first with the US Environmental Protection Agency's proposed smog rules, and then with the release of Kentucky's comments on President Barack Obama's proposed climate pollution rules for power plants.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Bullitt fire chief investigated for fraud
     Less than a week after Southeast Bullitt Fire Chief Julius Hatfield faced scrutiny for a racist remark caught on camera, law enforcement officials seized financial documents from his home and fire department, which they say are related to suspicions of longtime fraud and abuse of public trust.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Georgia man faces seven years in prison, $588,000 in restitution in tax-fraud case
     A Georgia man is facing prison time after using the identity of other people to fraudulently collect federal income tax refunds.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Teen pleads not guilty in Harrodsburg Road incident that resulted in woman's leg being severed
     A Lexington teenager pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from an incident that resulted in a woman's leg being severed.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Lexington Traditional Magnet School student's parents sue, accusing teacher of harming their son
     The parents of a student at Lexington Traditional Magnet School are suing a teacher and Fayette County Public Schools, alleging that the teacher physically harmed their son.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Kentucky archaeologists uncover Jamestown history during recent dig
     What do archaeologists do on vacation? Dig, of course. A group of Kentucky archaeologists had an opportunity to explore one of the most historically important — yet least explored — sites in the New World: Jamestown, Va., and they did, mostly on their own time, in early November.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
Lawrence man convicted on child porn charges
     A Lawrence County man was convicted on child pornography charges Wednesday.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Doctors hope fat cells prevent hand rejection
     The Louisville medical team that performed the nation's first hand transplant 15 years ago is now pioneering an experimental therapy that uses a patient's own fat to stave off rejection.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Lebanon Enterprise ]
Family of Loretto heart transplant recipient met the family of his donor on Sunday
     In February of this year, the lives of two families changed forever in dramatically different ways. David John Burton, 47, of Versailles died Feb. 1 as a result of a brain aneurism, and on Feb. 3, Darrel Ballard, 36, of Loretto got a chance to keep living when he received Burton’s heart.


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
KSP announces holiday enforcement efforts
     Thanksgiving is the most dangerous holiday of the year for motorists, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This includes the four-day holiday driving period surrounding that date when heavy traffic, weather and long-distance road trips combine to create severe travel conditions. Often, family celebrations include alcohol, which later evolves into impaired driving. Add that to heavy holiday traffic and you have a recipe for disaster.



    Posted November 27, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Give the gift of the outdoors this holiday season
     Catalogs, emails and commercials touting must-have gifts this holiday season fill our mailboxes, flood our inboxes and splash across our television screens as the biggest shopping weekend of the year approaches. Amid the avalanche of gift ideas, there are some guaranteed to please the outdoors enthusiast, including a gift certificate from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFW).


Posted November 27, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
kynect store calls holiday hours
     Open enrollment through kynect, the state’s health benefit exchange, continues through Feb. 15, 2015, but those seeking to visit the kynect retail store in Fayette Mall or contact the call center over the Thanksgiving holiday should be aware of special hours.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
State seeks proposal for Pulaski lodging facility
     The Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet issued a request for proposal (RFP) Wednesday seeking a developer-operator for a lodging facility at General Burnside Island State Park in Pulaski County.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Times Leader ]
State picks Princeton connector route
     A route for a proposed Princeton connector between Hopkinsville Road and Ky. Route 293 North has been selected by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
Local residents learned at a public meeting in April that the state had narrowed their consideration to two routes, and now transportation officials have made their selection.


 

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