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Hart County High Latest School to Confirm MRSA Case

Updated: 11/20/2007 - Hart County High School is the latest area school to have a confirmed case of MRSA, a contagious and often dangerous strain of staph infection. It is the school's first and only confirmed case.

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Authorities Urging Motorists to Travel Safely During Holidays

Updated: 11/20/2007 - The American Automobile Association says nearly 81-percent of this year's Thanksgiving travelers will take to the highways to get home for the holidays. The Kentucky Transportation Dept. says they place a special emphasis this holiday because of the dramatic increase in traffic volume.

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A Leap Forward For Stem Cells

Updated: 11/20/2007 - Researchers in the U.S. and in Japan say they have been able to take cells from skin and make them act like stem cells. This would not involve destroying or cloning human embryos.

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Coroner: Missing Kentucky Women Died of Exposure

Updated: 11/20/2007 - A coroner in northern Kentucky says two women died of exposure after becoming lost. Hunters found their remains near their car, parked in a field near Campbellsburg in October. Ada Wasson and Mary Ellen Walters disappeared in April after leaving a retirement community.

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Mike Tyson To Serve One-Day Sentence for DUI Conviction

Updated: 11/20/2007 - Mike Tyson has reported to an Arizona jail to serve a one-day sentence for a DUI conviction. The former heavyweight champ pleaded guilty in Sept. to cocaine possession and driving under the influence.

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Two Astronauts Take Spacewalk

Updated: 11/20/2007 - Two astronauts went on a spacewalk Nov. 20, hoping to wire the International Space Station's newest room and keep the next shuttle visit on track for early December.

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Polygamist Leader Warren Jeffs Will Serve Jailtime

Updated: 11/20/2007 - Polygamist leader Warren Jeffs was sentenced Nov. 20 in Utah. He was found guilty of two counts of rape as an accomplice, for arranging the marriage of underage girls to older men.

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Drew Peterson Tell His Side of Story

Updated: 11/20/2007 - Barbara Pinto sat down with Drew Peterson to ask him what he thinks really happened to his wife, and what he would say to her if she were listening. Drew Peterson says he's a very misunderstood man and now wants to put a face on his side of this story

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Health and Human Services Wants Tighter Standards for Exported Toys

Updated: 11/20/2007 - Mike Leavitt paid a visit to the giant Toys 'R' Us in New York's Times Square to talk up tighter standards for exporters. He says Washington will demand that exporters submit their products to independent testing before they reach the U.S.

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Holiday Season May Serve Up Family Tension

Updated: 11/20/2007 - Painter Norman Rockwell captured the perfect family gathering at the dinner table, but in real life, holiday get togethers don't always have a happy ending.

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Holiday Charity Donations Increasing

Posted: 11/19/2007 - What do you do when you're heading into a store and you see a bell-ringer asking for a donation? Do you donate money, or just keep on walking? Millions of people make this decision frequently this time of year as charities kick their holiday donation drives into high-gear.

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Adventures in Kentucky: Tailgating

Posted: 11/19/2007 - In this Nov. 19 Adventures in Kentucky, Matt Stephens decided to travel to Western Kentucky University and explore all the activities that take place before the kickoff.

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Community Education Receives Award For "Spellabration"

Posted: 11/19/2007 - Bowling Green-Warren County's Community Education receives a star award from the Kentucky Community Education Association. Community Education received the award for its annual "Spellabration."

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Beshear Predicts a Tight State Budget

Posted: 11/19/2007 - Governor-Elect Steve Beshear has started reviewing the state's financial situation and he's predicting tight times ahead. Currently, the state is operating on an $18.1-billion, two-year budget that expires in June.

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Police Advise Residents to Protect Homes This Thanksgiving

Updated: 11/19/2007 - The Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons bring friends and family, but they also bring an annual rise in residential burglaries. Since Nov. 15, roughly ten burglaries have been reported to area police. And that's a number that could rise as residents leave home for the holidays.

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U.S. Mint Unveils "First Spouse Coin Collection"

Updated: 11/19/2007 - This is the first U.S. coin series that honors only women. The latest in the gold-coin line, "The Dolley Madison," goes on sale Nov. 19. First Lady Laura Bush was on hand to help introduce the new coin and the completed 2007 collection.

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"American Nightmare"

Updated: 11/19/2007 - A housing crisis spreads throughout the United States, but what is the impact here in South-Central Kentucky? The collapse of risky loans has set the housing market on its ear in some parts of the country.

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"Santa Train" Makes 65th Annual Trip

Updated: 11/19/2007 - Travel was no problem for Santa Claus to make an early visit to several eastern Kentucky children this weekend. Hundreds of kids and their families grabbed handfuls of candy and got a glimpse at Santa Claus, as the train made its 65th annual trip.

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