1,500 seasonal Fanatic jobs coming to Louisville Monday, Oct 20 2014 

Police say attacker called 80-year-old victim the devil Monday, Oct 20 2014 

U.S. health care workers making changes to help prevent spread of Ebola virus Monday, Oct 20 2014 

Buzz surrounding new Monopoly lottery game Monday, Oct 20 2014 

4th person charged with rape of minor Monday, Oct 20 2014 

Police in northern Kentucky have arrested a fourth person and charged them in connection with an underage rape case in Covington.

Ohio prosecutor to discuss I-75 slaying Monday, Oct 20 2014 

A southwest Ohio prosecutor plans to provide an update in the investigation of the slaying of a Kentucky woman on Interstate 75.

SHRIBMAN | Small-Town Heroes Monday, Oct 20 2014 

By David M. ShribmanWDRB Contributor from the Pittsburgh Post-GazetteSWAMPSCOTT, Mass. -- He was the head coach of the Buffalo Bills and the Chicago Bears. He played for eight seasons in the NFL and led the National Football Conference in punt-return average. He held a Yale rushing record for more than a quarter-century. But around here Dick Jauron is remembered for getting an "A" from the toughest son-of-a-buck who ever taught 11th-grade American history in this town.Oh, yes, and he's rememb...

Trial set in February for Bedford County detective Monday, Oct 20 2014 

A February 2015 trial date has been set for a former Bedford County detective charged with theft after investigators say she took more than $10,000 from sex offenders.

Family rallies at Louisville police department Monday, Oct 20 2014 

The family of a Louisville man killed two years ago says they want to make sure police keep up the search for the killer in the case.

Former Paducah plant workers may be rehired Monday, Oct 20 2014 

The roughly 300 remaining employees at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant are expected to be laid off this week, but official say they may be rehired quickly by the deactivation contractor.

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