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UAW's Ford Workers Ratify Contract

Updated: 11/14/2007 - United Auto Workers members have overwhelmingly ratified a contract with Ford. The deal sets lower pay for some newly hired workers and puts the company's huge retiree health care debt into a union run trust.

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Earthquake Rocks Northern Chile

Updated: 11/14/2007 - Some buildings are damaged and power lines are down in northern Chile after a powerful earthquake. Authorities report at least 20 people injured, but no fatalities.

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No Charges for 10-year-old Fire Starter

Updated: 11/14/2007 - California prosecutors say they will not file charges against a 10-year-old boy who admitted starting a 38,000-acre fire last month in northern Los Angeles County.

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Working 24/7

Updated: 11/13/2007 - In the dead of night, is when some come to life. For those who work the third shift, night is their days and day is their night.

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Group Looks to Step Up Child Literacy

Updated: 11/13/2007 - A year ago, the Warren Foundation of Academic Excellence was formed to help children in our area. Its three main goals are recognizing exceptional educators, working with gifted math and science elementary students and promoting reading among our youth.

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New Technology Helps Paramedics Save More Lives

Updated: 11/13/2007 - There's new technology in the medical field that helps paramedics save more lives. The Auto Pulse mechanically administers CPR better than a human can.

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Water Shortage Watches and Warnings Lifted

Updated: 11/13/2007 - Back in June and September, the Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet issued water shortage watches and warnings for 67 Kentucky counties. Nov. 13, the agency released 19 of those counties in central and western Kentucky.

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Local Farmers Worried Over Tobacco Companies Reaction

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Tobacco is known as one of Kentucky's cash crops. But growing the crop in the Commonwealth has changed drastically over the years and some don't think the future of the crop is getting better. It's a problem concerning farmers about how cigarette companies will react.

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Thanksgiving Turkey Tips

Updated: 11/13/2007 - Thanksgiving is almost here. If you're having the family over for the big meal this year, now is the time to prepare. And one thing on most everyone's menu is the turkey. Submit your best turkey tip!

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Beware of Jury Duty Scam

Updated: 11/13/2007 - The Federal Bureau of Investigation says people posing as court employees have been calling people saying they've missed jury duty and have a warrant out for their arrest.

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Organ Donor Infects Transplant Patients with AIDS in Chicago

Posted: 11/13/2007 - The transplants occurred in January at three Chicago hospitals. According to medical officials, the patients infected with HIV and the virus for Hepatitis C did not learn of their status until the last two weeks.

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WKU Plantarium Presents Bethlehem Sky Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m.

Updated: 11/13/2007 - A presentation at Western Kentucky University will show the audience the Bethlehem sky around the time Christ was born. The show is at the Hardin Planetearium Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m. and it's free.

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Gift Cards Make Holiday Shopping Easy

Updated: 11/13/2007 - A new survey from the National Retail Federation shows about three quarters of shoppers haven't even bought ten-percent of the items on their holiday list.

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Group Releases List of Unsafe Toys for Children

Updated: 11/13/2007 - World Against Toys Causing Harm held its annual news conference in Boston to show some of the most dangerous toys they found on the market this holiday season.

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O.J. Simpson Returns to Court

Updated: 11/13/2007 - It was back to a Nevada courtroom for O.J. Simpson, where the former football star faces a dozen criminal charges. O.J. Simpson returned to court after a long weekend to face what could be the most damaging testimony yet.

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Louisville Democrat Will Run for McConnell's Senate Seat

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Political newcomer Michael Cassaro announced his plans to seek the Senate seat held by Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. Cassaro is the first Democrat to declare intentions of running in next year's race to represent Kentucky in the U.S. Senate.

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