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Baby Dies in Simplicity Bassinet

Posted: 10/10/2007 - Federal consumer safety officials are investigating a bassinet design made by Simplicity after the death of a four-month-old baby in Missouri. Authorities say the infant slipped out of the side of her bassinet feet first.

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Devlin Pleads to Explicit Photos

Updated: 10/10/2007 - The former pizza shop manager who's already been sentenced to multiple life terms for kidnapping and sexually assaulting two young boys has entered pleas in other charges in court on Oct. 10.

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Crime Stoppers: Armed Robbery

Updated: 10/10/2007 - Someone pulled a gun on a pizza delivery person in Bowling Green. You can help police catch who did it in the Oct. 10 Crime Stoppers "Crime of the Week."

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Candidate Fred Thompson Makes Debate Debut

Posted: 10/09/2007 - Months of polite sparring ended at the Oct. 9 Republican candidate debate. The main event during the evening in Michigan was candidate Fred Thompson, who made his debate debut.

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Governor Spends $2M on Election Campaign

Posted: 10/09/2007 - How much does it cost to fund the Kentucky governor's campaign? A couple million for one candidate. According to a financial report, Governor Ernie Fletcher has spent $2.2-million so far in his general election campaign.

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Michelle Obama's Van Involved in Accident

Posted: 10/09/2007 - On her way to a campaign stop in Iowa, a motorcycle collided with the van Obama was in. The motorcyclist who struck the van was injured.

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Warren County Schools Receive Grant

Posted: 10/09/2007 - Warren County Schools receive money to participate in an "Early Reading First" program. A total of five districts will receive a portion of a $4.5-million grant.

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Bowling Green Man Receives National Award

Posted: 10/09/2007 - A Bowling Green man receives a national award for his work as a code enforcement officer. David Herrman was named the 2007 Code Enforcement Officer of the Year at a conference last week.

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New Technology Can Help Police End High-Speed Chases

Posted: 10/09/2007 - General Motors is updating it's ONSTAR global tracking system so that if a car is reported stolen operators can actually take control away from the driver, forcing the car to slow down, then stop.

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EBay Launches "Neighborhoods" Feature

Posted: 10/09/2007 - The "Neighborhoods" feature encourages users to post photos, product reviews, tips and responses — creating a far more visual and interactive experience than eBay's text-based discussion forums.

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Banked Blood Could Lead to Health Risks

Updated: 10/09/2007 - It's been a common practice for years. Donated blood stays on the blood bank shelves for 42 days before it can be no longer used for a transfusion. But a new study says that blood has a quicker expiration date than what doctors may think.

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Wear Pink to Work Day

Updated: 10/09/2007 - First Lady Glenna Fletcher is leading the push to encourage Kentuckians to focus attention on Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.

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Ky. Puts the Break on Fatalities

Updated: 10/09/2007 - The Transportation Cabinet is encouraging the public to take a greater stand in keeping themselves and their loved ones safe as part of the Oct. 10 national "Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day."

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West Va. Ambulance Driver Charged with DUI

Updated: 10/09/2007 - Ashland Police say Steven Ray Marcum ran two downtown red lights while transporting a patient in an ambulance. Police say Marcum failed a field sobriety test and was blood tested for drugs before going to jail.

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Officials Announce Immigration Round-Up Success

Updated: 10/09/2007 - Immigration officials in Washington announce the success of what they say is the largest immigration round-up in recent history. Immigration and Customs agents spent the summer out in force, in one of the largest crackdowns of it's kind.

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Team USA Achieves Olympic Gold

Updated: 10/09/2007 - Team USA continues putting Bowling Green, Ky. on the map by striking gold at the Special Olympics World Summer Games in China. The Kentucky girls basketball team defeated Tunisia 21-to-16 to bring home Olympic gold in its division.

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Ky. Remembers a Racing Legend

Updated: 10/09/2007 - Two-time Horse of the Year, John Henry, died after weeks of suffering from kidney failure. Now fans of the thoroughbred great are stopping by the Kentucky Horse Park where he died to show their admiration for the high spirited horse.

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Delta Adds Bluegrass Stop

Posted: 10/09/2007 - Delta Air Lines is adding three new stops, including one in the Bluegrass. As part of its connection service through Cincinnati, the airline will have a stop in Owensboro.

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Fourth Man Charged in Univ. of Memphis Murder

Updated: 10/09/2007 - The fourth suspect is a student at the school, but the other three are not. Officials say rumors were circulating that the victim, Taylor Bradford, had won more than $3,000 at a nearby casino the night before he was shot.

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Smiths Grove Teen Dies in Car Accident

Updated: 10/09/2007 - The sheriff's office says the accident happened just before 7 p.m. on Oct. 8, when 19-year-old Jamie C. Adams lost control of his car on Bon Ayr Rd.

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Hollywood Strike May Affect Your Favorite TV Shows

Posted: 10/09/2007 - Negotiations between the Writers Guild of America and major studios are set to resume Oct. 9. Contract talks have been underway since July because the old contract expires at the end of October.

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