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Storms Knock Down Trees and Power Lines


07/27/14 - A line of showers and thunderstorms moved through the area during the early evening hours of Saturday (7/26). Radar estimated winds between 50 to 60 mph as the leading edge of the storms moved through that downed trees and power lines across the area. The storms also produced vivid cloud to ground lightning and torrential rainfall that caused brief ponding of water on area

Cloverport Board of Education


7/24/2014—The Cloverport Board of Education approved a motion to purchase 80 “I-Pad Minis” at a special called meeting Thursday evening.  The cost of the devices is just over $22,000, and will be paid for by funds from the Race to the Top Grant.  The “I-Pad Minis” will be distributed to elementary students.
 
In other business, the Board approved

Fire Destroys Home Near Custer


7/24/14---According to John Betner of Custer Fire And Rescue, a house on Elliot Road near Custer was destroyed by fire on Wednesday evening. Betner reports that the fire started on the porch,and was fully involved when units arrived at the scene. Custer, Harned, and McDaniels Fire And Rescue all responded to the home occupied by the Evans family. Mr. Evans suffered minor burns, and was treated at

Hardinsburg Man Arrested for Meth


7/24/14---According to Sheriff Todd Pate, a Hardinsburg man is in custody, following a home visit by the Department of Probation and Parole and the Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Department.
Sheriff Pate said he was contacted by Probation and Parole, requesting assistance with a home visit at a residence at 6392 West Highway 60, Hardinsburg.  A search of the home, at about 10:30
Fierce storms destroy several homes in Tennessee
Searchers go door to door to make sure no one is trapped in debris; severe weather rakes several Eastern states
Kayakers enter restricted space at JFK airport
Second such incident in 2 years has police union calling airport's security system a failure
Lightning strikes 14 people in Calif.; 1 dead
Authorities say lightning hit 13 people at LA's Venice Beach, killing 1; man also struck on Catalina Island
Small plane crash-lands, killing man on Fla. beach
Father walking along shore dies and his daughter is seriously injured when plane crashes onto Venice beach
"Spider-Man" arrest may lead to Times Square regulations
NYPD accused a man dressed as Spider-Man of punching a cop; superheroes, Elmo and others have gotten in a bit of trouble recently
Federal judge rules D.C. handgun ban is unconstitutional
City may appeal reversal of ban on carrying handguns outside home; strict registration, safety regulations still in place
Growing California wildfire threatens Sacramento area
The "Sand Fire" has destroyed 10 homes and scorched around 4,000 acres, forcing hundreds of evacuations; crews also battling blaze near Yosemite National Park
​Calendar: Week of July 28
"Sunday Morning" looks at some notable events of the week ahead
Two Americans now infected with Ebola in West Africa
Texas doctor and North Carolina aid worker test positive for deadly and incurable disease; situation getting "more and more scary," official says
​Passage: The happiest and unhappiest cities
A study examines the relative happiness of U.S. cities - how did yours fare?
​New revelations from the Nixon tapes
Hours of previously-untranscribed recordings reveal the president's strategizing, ego, bigotry and political gossip-mongering
​Almanac: Cigarette package warnings
On July 27, 1965, President Johnson signed legislation requiring labels warning of the hazards of smoking
Seeking help for hoarding
Support groups offer help for those who just can't throw anything away, a condition now classified as a mental disorder
Another arrest in robbery where homeowner killed female intruder
80-year-old Long Beach, Calif., resident says he shot woman as she tried to flee; male suspect and now his mother are in custody
Rattlesnakes slithering closer to California homes
One expert says the state's drought is driving the poisonous reptiles closer to human houses
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