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Former McDonald's Employee Awarded Millions in Lawsuit

Posted: 10/07/2007 - A jury in Shepherdsville made that decision on Oct. 5, in the lawsuit filed by Louise Ogborn. She says the company failed to warn her and other employees about the caller who had already struck fast-food resturants across the country.

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Governor Issues Burn Ban for Entire State

Posted: 10/07/2007 - The extreme drought prompts Governor Fletcher to ban all outdoor burning across the state. The governor's office says the drought has created extremely hazardous wildfire conditions in Kentucky.

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Hometown Hero: Kate Tichenor

Posted: 10/07/2007 - A team's coach leads them on the court and a manager deals with the details. One high school volleyball manager goes the distance and leads her team off the court, making her the Oct. 5 Hometown Hero.

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Bowling Green Gets a Taste of The Big Apple

Updated: 10/07/2007 - Bowling Green is one step closer to being like The "Big Apple." One thing New York is known for is their hot dog stands but who says that's the only place to get a great hot dog?

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Sam's Club Pulls Beef Patties

Posted: 10/07/2007 - The beef patties are produced by Cargill. The company and health officials say four Minnesota children who ate the meat between Sept. 10 and Sept. 20 were sickened by E.coli.

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Auction Helps Family With Trip and Treatment Costs

Posted: 10/07/2007 - A Bowling Green family is preparing for a trip to China in the next week in hopes that treatment will help their son regain his sight. Ten-month-old Jackson Blackford was born with optic nerve hypoplasia.

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Local Solar Tour Addresses Energy Issues

Posted: 10/07/2007 - BG-Green Partnership for a Sustainable Community and the WKU Alive Center hosted the solar tour. The local solar tour showed people how they could use solar energy to trim energy bills, increase energy independence and take steps to address global warming.

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Train Rides Through Bowling Green For First Time in Decades

Posted: 10/07/2007 - After a departure from Bowling Green, one train's arriving right on time, at the Russellville Depot. Grass has grown over the long abandoned tracks, but young and old train lovers alike, are just glad to be traveling town to town, the old fashioned way.

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Farm Day Gives Visitors Look at Shaker Life

Posted: 10/07/2007 - Visitors to the South Union Shaker Museum found re-enactors in full Shaker costumes shucking corn, weaving blankets and stirring up a supply of apple butter.

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Olympic Committee Wants Medals Back After Admitted Steroid Use

Posted: 10/07/2007 - Officials in the sports world are calling Olympic gold-medalist Marion Jones' admission to using steroids bittersweet and sad. On Oct. 5, Jones admitted in federal court to using steroids, pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about it.

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Tenn. Councilman May Quit Following Suicide

Updated: 10/07/2007 - A Clarksville, Tennessee councilman is considering quitting after a man's suicide at a meeting. When the council voted seven-to-five against a rezoning issue, the man took out a handgun and shot himself.

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Fletcher Criticizes Mongiardo on Nurse Picket Line Issue

Posted: 10/07/2007 - Governor Ernie Fletcher is criticizing his Democratic opponent's running mate, who is a surgeon, for refusing to cross a nurses' picket line. Registered nurses have been on strike at Hazard Appalachian Regional Hospital since their contract expired on Oct. 1.

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Report on Beshear's Law Firm Released

Posted: 10/07/2007 - The release of a twelve-year-old confidential ethics report on the former law firm of Democratic candidate Steve Beshear was seen by some as possibly having an impact on the election.

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Drought & Heat Causing Algae on Some Kentucky Rivers

Updated: 10/07/2007 - Some of Kentucky's rivers are starting to appear a little different. The high temperatures this summer have led to many of the rivers being covered with algae and residents are wondering how this is impacting their drinking water.

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Lawsuit Filed Against Oxycontin Maker

Updated: 10/04/2007 - The lawsuit filed against Purdue Pharma, the maker of Oxycontin, demands millions for the costs of drug abuse programs, law enforcement and prescription assistance programs.

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Local UAW Ratifies Agreement with GM

Updated: 10/04/2007 - Local Chapter 2164 has ratified a national agreement with GM and now awaits full passage by the rest of UAW locals.

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Protect Yourself Against the Flu

Updated: 10/04/2007 - The Barren River District Health Dept. is offering free flu shots on Saturday, October 6 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m.

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Deadbeat Parents Affect Thousands of Ky. Homes

Updated: 10/04/2007 - Trying to get deadbeat parents to pay up is an issue many Kentuckians are faced with. So what is being done to track down these delinquent parents?

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John Edwards Makes Stop in Kentucky

Updated: 10/04/2007 - Another presidential hopeful is stumping in Kentucky. Democratic candidate John Edwards is appearing near the small western Kentucky town of Columbus on Oct. 4.

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