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Fallout from NPR‘s decision to fire former news analyst Juan Williams reached the network’s highest levels yesterday as its top news executive, Ellen Weiss, resigned.
KENTUCKY~ Paducah purchases land to build it’s Scholar House project. Roads are being pre-treated anticipating weekend snowfall. Beshear signs up for re-election. Senators nod at pension reforms and a lawmaker files a bill to make the Commonwealth smoke-free.
TENNESSEE~ Overnight bridge work is expected to slow traffic in Clarksville.
ILLINOIS~ A shooting victim is in stable condition after an incident in the parking lot of Harrah’s Metropolis Hotel and Casino. 3 people are wanted in connection to a recent rash of methlab discoveries.
OVC Basketball~ Men’s: MSU > TSU. Women’s: MSU < TSU; APSU < UTM.
As the former military ruler of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf is not exactly an apostle of democracy. He seized power in a 1999 Coup d’état, but was pushed out of office 3 years ago after imposing martial law.
~NPR talks to the former General about his plans to return to Pakistan to become an elected leader.
KENTUCKY~ A Paducah man is in jail for (allegedly) stealing donation money from that dancing guy in front of Kroger. You can do some figure 8′s in Paducah starting this afternoon. Modern firearm deer hunting season begins this weekend. Watch out for traffic on US-45/Lone Oak Road. Murray High’s Tigers plays Fort Campbell’s Falcons tonight. A Madisonville mom claims a man tried to abduct her son. Kentucky National Guard members will head to Iraq next year to help withdrawal. An AWOL Fort Campbell soldier turns himself in on Veteran’s Day.
TENNESSEE~ A Clarksville Fort Campbell soldier is given a new home from a non-profit veteran’s group.