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Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital Bans Tobacco Completely

Updated: 04/02/2007 - A Southern Kentucky hospital is taking a major step to snuff out smoking. Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital in Somerset will soon ban all tobacco, everywhere on its property. Even ducking into your car to grab a quick smoke could get you into trouble.

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Small Liquor Bottles a Concern?

Updated: 03/30/2007 - A small alcoholic drink is under fire from health advocates. With prom season around the corner, some health advocates say the drink called Spykes, which is the size of a nail polish bottle, could easily slip into the tiniest purse or tuxedo pocket.

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WKU Approves Normal Drive Purchase

Updated: 03/30/2007 - Western Kentucky University’s Board of Regents approves the purchase of three properties for the site of a new university College of Education and Behavioral Science.

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Change of Venue of Ragland Trial

Updated: 03/30/2007 - A change of venue is considered for a man accused in the death of a U.K. football player. Shane Ragland is awaiting a second trial on charges he shot and killed Trent Digiuro, while Digiuro was celebrating his 21st birthday in 1994.

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Midday Live News Report Headlines - March 30, 2007

Updated: 03/30/2007 - Today in the Midday Live News Report headlines non-profits make their plea for money at fiscal court, Tony Blair ask for support in isolating Iran until British detainees are released, the FDA might have found another culprit in the toxic pet food and the world's tallest man finds true love.

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Community "Takes Back The Night" From Sexual Abuse

Updated: 03/30/2007 - One in every three women will be a victim of sexual assault and one in every six men will also become victims. Numbers like these led close to 500 Bowling Green citizens to gather at the Warren County Justice Center to fight against violent acts.

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Local Pharmacy Supplier's Registration has been Suspended

Updated: 03/29/2007 - A Glasgow Internet pharmacy supplier has its registration suspended. The Drug Enforcement Agency announced the suspension of the federal controlled substance registration of Richie Pharmacal.

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TV, Teens & Obesity

Updated: 03/29/2007 - A new study shows that half of all ads shown during children's shows are for food.

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Midday Live News Report - March 29, 2007

Updated: 03/29/2007 - In today's Midday Live News Report headlines, a group of protestors stand up for alternative lifestyles at the University of the Cumberlands, Fletcher's Safe Cigarette Bill has been signed and will go into affect in April of 2008, T.V. ads seem to have a bigger impact on childhood obesity than before, a day-care owner in the Phillipines holds hostages demanding better lives for impoverished children, and Iran hold British Naval personnel hostage since Friday, March 24, 2007.

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WKU Holds Safety Forum

Updated: 03/29/2007 - Its been close to four years since Western Kentucky University experienced the tragic murder of Pellville, Ky., freshman Katie Autry. Since that time, both the University and the state government have made on-campus safety a top priority.

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School Health Summit a Success

Updated: 03/29/2007 - School, government and health department officials from all over South Central Kentucky came together to promote school wellness Wednesday, March 28, 2007. The second School Health Summit took place at Bowling Green Junior High School.

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