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5:07 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

The 504 Newscast on April 27, 2009. From WKMS News.

Murray, KY – The 504 Newscast on April 27, 2009. From WKMS News.

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Afternoon Stock Report
4:32 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

The Afternoon Stock Report on April 27, 2009. From WKMS.

Murray, KY – The Afternoon Stock Report on April 27, 2009. From WKMS.

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4:29 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

The 404 Newscast on April 27, 2009. From WKMS News.

Murray, KY – The 404 Newscast on April 27, 2009. From WKMS News.

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4:26 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

Kentucky's Asthma Sufferers

Richmond, KY – Spring is one of the toughest seasons for Kentucky's asthma sufferers, especially children. University of Kentucky Pediatrician Jamshed Kanga says Asthma is a serious threat.

"People don't take Asthma as seriously as they should and we don't realize that a lot of children are seen in the ER and are hospitalized for Asthma. And I think that it is important for people to realize that this is a seriously problem and patients should receive treatment and care."

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Regional Headlines
3:49 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

Swine Flu Not Reported Locally

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Newscasts
3:49 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

The 104 Newscast on April 27, 2009. From WKMS News.

Murray, KY – The 104 Newscast on April 27, 2009. From WKMS News.

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Regional Headlines
3:40 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

Soldier Rape Trial

Paducah, KY – Opening arguments are underway in the trial of a former soldier charged with killing a family in Iraq and raping the 14-year-old daughter. Assistant U.S. Attorney Brian Skaret outlined the prosecution's case to a jury of 15 women and three men this morning. Defense arguments were to follow in the trial of former Army soldier Steven Dale Green in federal court in Paducah.

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Regional Headlines
3:20 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

Child Abuse Convictions

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3:17 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

Commonwealth Attorney intervenes in local business dispute

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Regional Headlines
11:59 am
Mon April 27, 2009

KY Carbon Emissions Reduction

Lexington, KY – A consortium of government agencies, utilities and research groups will try to find cost-effective technologies to reduce and manage carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants. The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research pulled together the partners, who are expected to spend $24 million over 10 years to support research. Five Kentucky utilities will contribute to the program. State government will kick in matching funds of up to $1 million a year.

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