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Fire Chief Says Hot Plate Caused Fire At Richmond Hotel

Fire officials say a hot plate inside a guest room is what started a fire that damaged several rooms at a Richmond hotel Monday afternoon. The fire alarms at Country Hearth Inn and Suites was apparently not working when the fire broke out around 4 p.m. Monday. The person staying in that room has not yet been found, officials...

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6 hours 37 minutes ago

Police Investigate Golf Course Break-In

Police continue to investigate after an apparent break-in at a Lexington golf course early Tuesday morning. Police responded to the Spring Valley Golf Club on Sanderville Road after an alarm sounded around 2:30 a.m. Officers say they found several doors and windows open on two buildings, and somebody had... Read Story

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15 hours 19 minutes ago

Darrian Miller Receives SEC Honor

After grading out at 89 percent in Kentucky's win over Vanderbilt, senior offensive tackle Darrian Miller has been tabbed Southeastern Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week, it was announced by the league office on SEC Now on the SEC Network on Monday night. A product of Lexington's Bryan... Read Story

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5 hours 54 minutes ago

Murray State Projecting Record Enrollment

MURRAY (AP) - Murray State University is projecting record enrollment this year, for the third straight year in a row. Final enrollment data will be provided to the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education in late October, but preliminary figures show this year's enrollment at 11, 166 students. That's a 2.5... Read Story

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6 hours 22 minutes ago

Man Hit By Train In Louisville Identified

A train hit and killed a man chasing after his dog in Louisville Monday afternoon. Jefferson County Deputy Coroner Sam Weakley said Donald Carrier, 47, was walking home after fishing when his dog got loose and crossed the tracks in the Valley Station area. Weakley said Carrier was chasing... Read Story

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2 hours 53 minutes ago

Sentencing On Deer-Smuggling Scheduled

GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) - Three Pearl River, Louisiana, men and their family-run company will be sentenced Oct. 30 in U.S. District Court in Gulfport on federal deer-smuggling charges. The Sun Herald reports sentencing had been scheduled for this week for 67-year-old Ronald Reine; his son, 44-year-old Brian Reine; and grandson,... Read Story

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