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10:13 am
Fri October 31, 2008

Lone Oak Dissolve Vote

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Commentary
10:12 am
Fri October 31, 2008

1968: The Re-Invention of Richard Nixon

Local Features
10:01 am
Fri October 31, 2008

Early Voting in Kentucky

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Newscasts
8:52 am
Fri October 31, 2008

The 806 Newscast on October 31, 2008. From WKMS News.

Murray, KY – The 806 Newscast on October 31, 2008. From WKMS News.

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Newscasts
4:13 am
Fri October 31, 2008

The 504 Newscast on October 31, 2008. From WKMS News.

Murray, KY – The 504 Newscast on October 31, 2008. From WKMS News.

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4:12 am
Fri October 31, 2008

The 404 Newscast on October 31, 2008. From WKMS News.

Murray, KY – The 404 Newscast on October 31, 2008. From WKMS News.

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Local Features
3:22 am
Fri October 31, 2008

Reaction to UK Obama Effigy

Lexington, KY – TWO MEN HAVE BEEN ARRESTED IN THE CASE. ONE WAS IDENTIFIED UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY SENIOR JOE FISHER. THE OTHER SUSPECT WAS IDENTIFIED AS HUNTER BUSH. BOTH SUSPECTS ARE CHARGED WITH DISORDERLY CONDUCT, THEFT, AND BURGLARY. THEY REPORTEDLY STOLE MATERIALS FROM A FRAT HOUSE. UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT LEE TODD SAYS THEIR CASES ARE NOW IN THE HANDS OF THE FAYETTE COUNTY ATTORNEY. THE STUDENT IS ALSO SUBJECT TO DISCIPLINARY ACTION AT U-K.

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Regional Headlines
2:22 am
Fri October 31, 2008

MSU Releases Enrollment Numbers

News Archive
2:15 am
Fri October 31, 2008

Vote Rumors

Louisville, KY – The Kentucky Secretary of State's office has been trying to quash some rumors related to voting in Tuesday's election. One of the most common rumors involves electioneering, or campaigning too close to a polling place. It's illegal to actively campaign within 300 feet of a polling place, but Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Les Fugate says it's not against the law to wear campaign attire to the polls, as long as it doesn't create a diversion.

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2:14 am
Fri October 31, 2008

KYA Advocates for More Budget

Louisville, KY – With a nearly $300 million revenue shortfall looming for the commonwealth, the Kentucky Youth Advocates organization says state government should do all it can to avoid further cuts to the budgets of health and human services programs. KYA Executive Director Terry Brooks says the state should explore new revenue streams or tap into its rainy day fund to help offset the deficit.

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