Hickman, KY – Police in Fulton County are investigating the apparent fatal poisoning of some 15 dogs in a three-block area. Hickman police Chief Tony Grogan told a Union City, TN radio station that he was alerted by angry residents after they awoke to find the dead dogs at different homes. Grogan said it appears someone drove through the area and threw out some type of meat laced with poison. A sample of one of the dogs will be examined at the state crime lab to try to determine the cause of death.
Frankfort, KY – School accountability standards in Kentucky will be radically redesigned under landmark legislation approved by the 2009 General Assembly. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh has been keeping track of the legislation's trajectory.
Murray, KY – Community banks have been relatively isolated from the financial crisis which has plagued the larger banking system in the last few years. But those problems are having ripple effects throughout the entire system. Angela Hatton reports on how bank failures could significantly impact our small-scale banking systems and their clients.
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