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11:38 pm
Sun November 30, 2008

Objections to Ohio River Turbines Filed

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Commentary
3:13 am
Fri November 28, 2008

Uncommon Mystery - Season's Revenge: A Christmas Mystery

Murray, KY – Got that holiday itch but not quite sure how to scratch it? Commentator Michael Cohen suggests taking a stab at Henry Kisor's (Ky-zehr's) novel Season's Revenge: A Christmas Mystery. This uncommon mystery for the holidays features a Native American detective investigating an unusual murder in northern Michigan.

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Regional Headlines
2:31 am
Fri November 28, 2008

Tennessee Disaster Relief

Washington, D. C. – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is giving Tennessee 20-point-6 million-dollars for disaster relief. The grant will aid residents in rebuilding their homes and businesses after they were damaged by tornados and severe weather this year. The money is a part of the six-billion-dollars in supplemental Community Development Block Grant funds given to states for expenses related to disaster relief and long-term recovery.

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Regional Headlines
1:51 am
Fri November 28, 2008

Texting Ban

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Regional Headlines
1:50 am
Fri November 28, 2008

More Tennessee Budget Cuts

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Regional Headlines
1:49 am
Fri November 28, 2008

Dogfighting Investigation Yields Little

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1:44 am
Fri November 28, 2008

Video Game Ratings Summary

Murray, KY – More than forty-percent of Americans are expected to purchase a computer or video game this year, and a majority of those purchases will be made around the holidays. Some parents may be concerned about the ratings on the video games they're buying. Conway's office encourages parents to check out the Entertainment Software Rating Board's website for a ratings summary before making a purchase. Shelley Catherine Johnson is Deputy Communications Director for the Attorney General.

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1:51 am
Thu November 27, 2008

Gas Prices Give Retailers Hope

Bowling Green, KY – Low gasoline prices give Kentucky retailers reason for hope. Just a couple months ago, Jan Gould of the Kentucky Retail Federation says, they worried high prices would cut into gift-giving budgets. Now, with prices well below two-dollars a gallon Gould hopes business will pick up.

We get a holiday sale survey in advance of the holiday sale season and one of the factors that our members cited as really having a significant impact on holiday sales would be the price of fuel, particularly gasoline.

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1:41 am
Thu November 27, 2008

Food Issues Study

Bowling Green, KY – As Kentuckians gather around the table this Thanksgiving, they are concerned about the food they eat. A study from the University of Kentucky says consumers worry abut food safety, the quality of their food, and its variety. Researcher Keiko Tanaka says many want more locally grown foods.

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1:39 am
Thu November 27, 2008

Local Food Thanksgiving

Bowling Green, KY – This Thanksgiving, many Kentuckians want more local food offered at grocery stores. That's according to a survey conducted by a University of Kentucky rural sociology class. Interviews with consumers at five Lexington food retail markets showed people were universally aware of food issues. Keiko Tanaka is an Associate Professor in the U-K College of Agriculture.

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