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Warren Rural Electric Lends Hand to Gustav Victims

Posted: 09/02/2008 - Already, area crews from the American Red Cross and Kentucky National Guard have set out to assist the victims of Hurricane Gustav. Now, members of Warren Rural Electric are joining them, ready to lend a hand to Louisiana.

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Warrant Issued for Former Ball Team Owner's Arrest

Updated: 09/02/2008 - Jason Smith says not everything is his fault. He tells WBKO he's filed his own lawsuit against the CEO of the American Basketball Association. But from what we found out, that's apparently not the case at all.

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Gustav Still Causing Problems

Updated: 09/02/2008 - Hurricane Gustav may not have been as powerful as expected. But, what's now a tropical depression is still dumping rain and misery on parts of Louisiana.

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Grayson Hopes Palin Will Influence Energy Policy

Posted: 09/02/2008 - Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson is hoping John McCain's new running mate can talk him into supporting oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

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Child Murder Trial Begins

Posted: 09/02/2008 - Tuesday marked the start of a trial in Clark County. A man and woman accused of killing a 10-year-old girl, are answering to murder charges.

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Jags' Collier Shot, Said to be in Critical Condition

Updated: 09/02/2008 - Jacksonville Jaguars' offensive tackle Richard Collier has undergone surgery at a local hospital after being shot early this morning and is in critical but stable condition.

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Woods' Wife Expecting Another Child

Updated: 09/02/2008 - Even with his golf done for the year, Tiger Woods found something to celebrate Tuesday: His wife is pregnant with their second child.

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Republicans Revamp Convention Plans for Second Day

Posted: 09/02/2008 - Organizers say former Senator Fred Thompson and independent Senator Joe Lieberman, the Democratic vice-presidential nominee in 2000, will address the convention tonight.

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Member of Warren County Republican Party Discusses Sarah Palin

Posted: 09/01/2008 - Last week, we asked you who you thought would be John McCain's running mate. 46.3 percent of you said it'd be Mitt Romney, while 16.4 percent percent thought it'd be Joe Lieberman. Sarah Palin wasn't expected enough to be on the list. We talked to the secretary of the Warren County Republican Party to see how the members are reacting to an unexpected choice.

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Local Volunteers Train for Disaster Response

Updated: 09/01/2008 - More than 1400 evacuees in Louisville are anxiously watching the news for reports of the severity of Hurricane Gustav as it crosses the state of Louisiana. Now those in our area our stepping in to help.

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Hanna Could be Next Threat to U.S. Coast

Posted: 09/01/2008 - Hurricane Hanna is battering the Bahamas and forecasters say it could pose a threat to the southeastern U.S. later in the week.

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Palin Says Daughter is Pregnant

Posted: 09/01/2008 - The McCain campaign says vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's unmarried daughter, Bristol, is five months pregnant.

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Japanese Prime Minister Resigns Unexpectedly

Updated: 09/01/2008 - Fukuda made the surprise announcement Monday evening in a hastily called news conference, bringing his term to an end less than a year after he took office.

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KY Researchers Testing Smallpox Vaccine

Updated: 08/31/2008 - University of Kentucky researchers are studying the safety of a new smallpox vaccine as part of a national program to develop medications that would protect U.S. citizens against a terrorist attack involving biological agents.

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Gustav Affects GOP Convention

Posted: 08/31/2008 - John McCain is tearing up the script for his Republican National Convention as Hurricane Gustav churns toward the Gulf Coast.

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