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Governor's Faith-Based Office Makes Its Debut

Posted: 09/18/2007 - Governor Fletcher's Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives makes it public debut this week. The office was created two years ago by the General Assembly.

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Federal Reserve Lowers Interest Rates

Updated: 09/18/2007 - After four years of record high foreclosures and inflation rates, the Federal Reserve lowers interest rates. The Feds lowered the interest rate that banks charge each other by half a percent--from 5.25 to 4.75

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Porter Pike Accident Sends Teen to the Hospital

Updated: 09/18/2007 - A Warren County School Bus carrying five kids was exiting Hunts Bend Rd. and collided into a car driven by a teenager. The Warren County Sheriff's Dept. says it's unclear how the accident happened at this point.

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Election Officials Recertify Voting Machines

Updated: 09/18/2007 - The State Board of Elections re-certifies the bulk of voting machines that will be used on election. Election officials say there have not been any reported instances of problems with the machines.

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Two Dead Following Louisville Home Invasion

Updated: 09/18/2007 - Police spokeswoman Alicia Smiley said it appears the two were attempting a home invasion at an apartment complex and got into a confrontation with the resident.

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Rape and Murder Trial Moves to Warren County

Updated: 09/18/2007 - The trial for five people charged in a 1987 rape and murder in Muhlenberg County is moved to Warren County. On Oct. 2, 1987, police discovered the body of 20-year-old Corinna Mullen in the trunk of her car.

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Iraqis Want Blackwater Punished

Updated: 09/18/2007 - The American operation in Iraq relies on private security firms for protection to such an extent that some say the U.S. is sub-contracting the war.

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Simpson Remains in Jail Awaiting Arraignment

Updated: 09/18/2007 - Three people have now been arrested in the alleged armed robbery case involving O.J. Simpson. As O.J. Simpson sits in a jail cell, waiting for his day in court, his friend now says he was set up.

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Crews Cut Back Search for Steve Fossett

Updated: 09/18/2007 - It's been two weeks since the millionaire adventurer vanished while flying his plane. The search has covered an area of northern Nevada and eastern California.

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Funeral Planned for Vine Grove Soldier

Updated: 09/18/2007 - The funeral for a Kentucky Army National Guard soldier killed in Iraq will be Saturday, Sept. 22, in Radcliff. Nineteen-year-old Private First Class Sammie Phillips of Vine Grove was killed Sept. 10 while on a traffic control mission.

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Water Conservation Measures Taken in Franklin

Posted: 09/18/2007 - Franklin residents are having to conserve water, much like other parts of South-Central Kentucky. The Franklin city commissioner adopted mandatory water conservation measures for residents and select businesses.

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Dole Recalls Bagged Lettuce

Updated: 09/18/2007 - Dole is recalling its "Hearts Delight Salad Mix." It was sold here in the U.S. and Canada, with a "Best If Used By" date of Sept. 19, 2007.

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Nunn Backs Beshear

Updated: 09/17/2007 - A former Republican state representative from Barren County announces he will support Democrat Steve Beshear in the Kentucky governor's race.

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SpiralFrog to Offer Free Music Downloads

Posted: 09/17/2007 - SpiralFrog.com, an ad-supported Web site that allows visitors to download music and videos free of charge, was scheduled to launch Sept. 17 in the U.S. and Canada after months of "beta" testing.

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Adventures in Kentucky: Backyard Football

Posted: 09/17/2007 - Last time on Adventures in Kentucky, Brandon Lokits took a trip down the scenic Green River. Brandon picks up the pace a bit on this Sept. 17 edition and brings you an activity that can include almost everyone.

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Tompkinsville Lifts Water Alert

Updated: 09/17/2007 - The city of Tompkinsville is no longer under a water alert. In a meeting on Sept. 17, the city commission voted to lower their status to a water advisory.

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Poll Shows Most Kentuckians Want Casino Gambling Vote

Updated: 09/17/2007 - A new poll says more than 80-percent of Kentuckians want the chance to vote for casino gambling in the state. Governor Fletcher strongly opposes the vote, saying he won't stand for gambling in Kentucky.

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Public Universities Set Record for Awarding Degrees

Posted: 09/17/2007 - State officials say 43,902 degrees and credentials were issued during the 2006-2007 school year. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System accounted for more than half of what was awarded.

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WKU Steps Up Fundraising Efforts

Updated: 09/17/2007 - Western Kentucky University has its eyes on the future. The university hopes a new $200-million campaign will make WKU a leading American university with international reach by the year 2012.

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U.S. Constitution Turns 220

Updated: 09/17/2007 - Schools across the area are focusing on the anniversary of the U.S. Constitution. The Sept. 17 assembly at Lost River Elementary featured community leaders from the area reading different parts of the document.

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