4:48 am
Thu August 23, 2007

Motion Denied

www.thenews.org

Murray, KY – Calloway County Circuit Court Judge Dennis Foust has denied the motion for a new trial in the Harrison Yonts case.

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Local Features
1:31 am
Thu August 23, 2007

Maiden Alley - "Sicko"

www.laist.com

Murray, KY – Perhaps Michael Moore knew his new film Sicko would stir up some controversy, commenting to a group of reporters before the release, "I know the storm awaits me back in the United States." While some critics describe the documentary as "brilliant and uplifting" others are calling it "feeble, even inane." Matt Markgraf speaks with Maiden Alley Cinema's Larry Thomas about the controversial film.

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3:04 am
Tue August 21, 2007

Identity Theft

McCracken County Regional Jail

Murray, KY – A man refusing to give his name is housed in the McCracken County Jail August 21st on charges of identity theft.

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4:06 am
Mon August 20, 2007

Energy Leader

www.eere.energy.gov

Murray, KY – Lawmakers have returned to Frankfort to begin debate on an energy bill. The plan is intended to lure a three billion dollar coal gasification plant to Kentucky.

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Commentary
4:01 am
Mon August 20, 2007

Many Sounds of Jazz - Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross

Dr. Brian Clardy

Murray, KY – Vocalese is a style of jazz singing in which lyrics are written in place of a composition originally intended for musical instruments. Today, vocalese is popular with fans of artists like Kurt Elling and The Manhattan Transfer, but a jazz trio from the 50s popularized the style. Dr. Brian Clardy tells us why Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross stand out amongst the many sounds of jazz.

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2:27 am
Mon August 20, 2007

Lieutenant Reflects on Time in Iraq

Murray, KY – A police Lieutenant from Madisonville can take credit for helping Iraq stabilize its government.

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Local Features
1:11 am
Mon August 20, 2007

Youth Vote 4 - Environment

sdlpyouth.com

Murray, KY – The war in Iraq, the cost of higher education and the economy are issues important to many young voters, but global warming and other environmental issues seem to be generating the most concern. In four of our series on how young people are getting involved in the political process as we head to the 2008 presidential election. Nicole Erwin explores why Mother Earth is such a hot topic.

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Local Features
12:54 am
Mon August 20, 2007

Julia Alvarez

www.notablebiographies.com

Murray, KY – Julia Alvarez comes to Murray State, Monday August 20th to speak to a group of Freshmen who read her book, "Something to Declare" for the Freshmen Reading Experience this summer. Kate Lochte interviews the author about how she went from a Dominican refugee to a poet in Kentucky to a nationally known author.

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Local Features
2:24 am
Thu August 16, 2007

Mike Starling NPR Labs Part 2

npr.org

Murray, KY – Wednesday NPR labs director Mike Starling told us that digital radio technology is almost magical in its concept and potential. In the second part of the conversation, Kate Lochte asks Starling more about what's to come with the tranformation of radio that follows the advent of HD-TV.

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Local Features
11:12 pm
Wed August 15, 2007

Childhood Obesity

www.fit-kids-club.com

Murray, KY – The battle of the bulge is something adults frequently joke about. But when children are struggling with weight gain it is no laughing matter.

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