Commentary
10:57 am
Fri January 22, 2010

Amanda Cross' Kate Fansler debut is 'uncommon mystery'

Murray, KY – Now that schools across the region are back in full swing, it's once again time to dawn that literary hat and pick up a good read. Commentator Michael Cohen recommends an academic murder mystery by Carolyn Heillbrun, who wrote under the pseudonym, Amanda Cross. Cohen peaks through the pages of her first novel starring literature professor Kate Fansler, titled In The Last Analysis.

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Local Features
10:52 am
Fri January 22, 2010

Kentucky secures its notch on America's 'stroke belt'

Local Features
10:39 am
Fri January 22, 2010

Maiden Alley Cinema presents Nine, starring Daniel Day Lewis

Local Features
10:22 am
Fri January 22, 2010

Air cannons and pyrotechnics blast away pesky pest-birds

Regional Headlines
9:58 am
Fri January 22, 2010

TN December Unemployment Rate Rises to 10.9%

Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development says the state's unemployment rate rose to almost 11% in December. That's up three-quarters of a percent from the November rate.

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Regional Headlines
9:49 am
Fri January 22, 2010

Ellis Files Motion to Suppress Evidence

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Regional Headlines
9:43 am
Fri January 22, 2010

Dunlap Seeking Delay of Trial

Regional Headlines
9:34 am
Fri January 22, 2010

Calloway Grand Jury to Hear Child Porn Case

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Regional Headlines
9:29 am
Fri January 22, 2010

Regional Sports Scoreboard

Murray, KY – Women's Basketball
Lady Govs fell to Tennessee Tech 77 to 56
UT Martin edged out Southeast Missouri State 49 to 46
Lady Racers lost to Eastern Illinois 64 to 57

Men's Basketball
Austin Peay lost to Tennessee Tech 94 to 90
UT Martin fell to Southeast Missouri State 77 to 63
The Racers beat Eastern Illinois 60 to 51

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Regional Headlines
9:24 am
Fri January 22, 2010

Fort Campbell Starts Deployment to Afghanistan

Fort Campbell, KY – Leaders and families at Fort Campbell gathered to mark the deployment of the first of thousands of troops heading to Afghanistan this year. The 3rd Brigade Combat Team held a ceremony Thursday marking the final preparations before they deploy for a fifth time since 9/11.

The 3,800 troops will be the first of an estimated 17,000 soldiers from Fort Campbell heading there over the next year. Two other infantry brigades and an aviation brigade are also scheduled to deploy, along with the division's headquarters.

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