Newscasts
3:03 pm
Mon December 14, 2009

The 806 Newscast on December 14, 2009. From the WKMS News Team.

Murray, Ky – The 806 Newscast on December 14, 2009. From the WKMS News Team.

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Datebook
3:02 pm
Mon December 14, 2009

A datebook of regional events for December 14, 2009 from WKMS.

Murray, Ky – A datebook of regional events for December 14, 2009 from WKMS.

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Regional Headlines
11:17 am
Mon December 14, 2009

Fewer Child Abuse Cases Confirmed, Less Oversight?

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Regional Headlines
11:16 am
Mon December 14, 2009

Murray Post Office Prepares for Busiest Mailing Day

Murray, KY – Today is the busiest mailing day of the year. The U.S. Postal Service will process around 839 million cards and letters today. Murray Postal Officials expect to ship some 6,000 pieces of mail. The busiest delivery day is Wednesday. Customers can also go online to print their own postage and shipping labels as well as discounts for shipping online. Residents in Murray can also take care of their postal needs by visiting their area Contract Postal Units.

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Regional Headlines
9:53 am
Mon December 14, 2009

Fort Campbell Baby Boom

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9:52 am
Mon December 14, 2009

Weekend OVC Basketball Results

Murray, KY – Women's:
APSU Lady Govs lost to Troy 41-71.
MSU Lady Racers lost to Mizzou 32-71.

Men's:
UT Martin lost to Central Arkansas 71-81.
MSU Racers beat East TN State 61-57.
APSU beat Marian Knights 85-55.

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Regional Headlines
9:46 am
Mon December 14, 2009

MSU Football Coach Finalists

Murray, KY – Murray State Athletics Director Allen Ward has narrowed his search for a new Racer Football Coach. Ward says the final three are Wisconsin recruiting coordinator Randall McCray, former Georgia Southern head coach Chris Hatcher and East Carolina offensive coordinator Steve Shankweiler. Ward and his search committee interview the candidates this week. Ward hopes to have a new coach in place before the University closes for winter break next week.

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Regional Headlines
9:45 am
Mon December 14, 2009

KY Smoking Cessation

Frankfort, KY – A report by anti-smoking groups ranks Kentucky 40th among states in the amount of money spent to persuade people to quit or never start smoking. The report says Kentucky spends $3.9 million a year on tobacco prevention and cessation programs,
The Lexington Herald-Leader reports that total is far below the amount the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends. Kentucky ranked 41st last year. The slight bump is due to an increase in federal funding for Kentucky cessation programs.

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Regional Headlines
9:43 am
Mon December 14, 2009

AG: Beshear's Upcoming Schedule Not Open Record

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Regional Headlines
9:38 am
Mon December 14, 2009

Funding Shortfall @ Massac's United Way

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