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Dead Newborn Found at Louisville University

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Police say the body of a newborn was found at Bellarmine University. The baby's body was found about half past midnight, near the Anniversary Hall dormitory.

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Senate Rejects Illegal Immigrant Bill

Posted: 10/24/2007 - The bill would have allowed illegal immigrants, under the age of 30, to remain in the U.S. and gain legal status if they attend college or join the military.

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Governor Takes More Steps to Aid Ky. Farmers

Updated: 10/24/2007 - An Executive Order has been issued, directing the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to waive all fees normally associated with intrastate and interstate transportation of agricultural relief supplies.

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Winds Ease Up in Ca. Fire Zone

Updated: 10/24/2007 - For the first time since wildfires began their massive destruction four days ago, southern Californians have some relief in sight. It comes from a break in the weather conditions that have allowed the flames to thrive.

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Crime Stoppers: Hit & Run

Updated: 10/24/2007 - A man is struck by a hit-and-run driver at a Bowling Green car lot, but you can help police catch the suspect in this week's Crime Stoppers. Police are looking for whoever was driving the car that struck a pedestrian in the Oct. 24 "Crime of the Week."

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Rain After Drought Makes Roads Slicker than Usual

Updated: 10/23/2007 - The rainfall is definitely needed across the area, but something you may not have thought of is that the wet roads could actually be more slippery following a long drought.

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Change of Venue Motion Filed for Charge Ky. Trooper

Updated: 10/23/2007 - A Kentucky State Trooper, charged in the death of a DUI suspect, may have his trial moved to another county. Earlier this year, the Adair County grand jury indicted Trooper B.J. Burton on a charge of reckless homicide.

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Burn Bans Lifted in Two Counties

Updated: 10/24/2007 - The bans were lifted by the judge executives in Warren and Barren Counties on Oct. 23. However, lifting the burn ban does not allow you to burn whenever you want.

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Dozens of Airports Improve Safety Standards

Updated: 10/23/2007 - The acting Federal Aviation Administrator reported on the progress on the emergency push after several near-misses at airports and one tragic incident here in Kentucky.

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Two Men Walk 100 Miles to Meet Dalai Lama

Updated: 10/23/2007 - Rob Foster and Chris Deutsch are long-time friends from Washington D.C. who hope to meet the spiritual leader. They decided to walk from Hope, Indiana to Buddha, Indiana, then on to Bloomington, where the Dalai Lama is visiting.

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Heavy Rain Floods Parts of New Orleans

Updated: 10/23/2007 - More than eight inches of rain has fallen in the flood-prone city, forcing the Army Corps of Engineers to close a gate on a suburban canal where the waters threatened to top the walls.

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Adventures in Kentucky: Donkey Basketball

Posted: 10/23/2007 - It's that time of year again. The WBKO Tube Jocks are putting their skills to the test in donkey basketball. Matt Stephens followed our athletes to Brownsville and has more in this Oct. 22 edition of Adventures in Kentucky."

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Authorities Search for Allen County Escapees

Posted: 10/22/2007 - Authorities need your help in finding two escapees from Allen County. On Oct. 22, two female inmates walked away from a work-release program near the Warren-Allen County line.

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Protecting Your Children Online

Updated: 10/22/2007 - Every time your child logs onto the Internet, and into chat rooms or online social networks, they could be putting themselves at risk. Every year, thousands of children are contacted by sexual predators online.

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Empty Holster Protest

Updated: 10/22/2007 - Some students at Western Kentucky University are wearing empty holsters to class, as part of a national collegiate protest.

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Fate of Chrysler Labor Agreement Has UAW Leaders Concerned

Posted: 10/22/2007 - Ratification of the tentative labor agreement between Chrysler and the UAW is anything but certain. Two large locals representing about 4500 of the union's 45,000 members at the automaker have split over the deal.

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