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morning cram [killer whales edition]

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“Modern day sperm whales have tiny teeth and eat squid. But this ancient sea monster devoured other whales.”

~NPR explores the depths.

KENTUCKY~ Paducah Police charge 9 men with sex crimes in an internet chat room sting. A hotly contested debate over windows at Paducah Tilghman High ends. McCracken makes building subdivisions there potentially more profitable. KSP searches for 2 Marion escapees on the lam in a silver pickup. Hopkinsville sees a murder mistrial. 3 more Fort Campbell casualties happened in Afghanistan. A road worker was hit in Caldwell County. Several new laws (driveby texting/domestic tracking) take effect this month. Rand Paul may alienate farmers by opposing subsidies. Education officials will evaluate Dawson Springs Schools (among 20 others).

TENNESSEE~ New armed robbers will spend more time in jail starting today.

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morning cram (pie is hard edition)

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Cake is easier.

http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com

KY~ Oncology Associates of West Kentucky stops treating cancerous Medicare patients. Paducah Senator Bob Leeper will vie for a 6th term. More people are flying to Chicago via Barkley Regional. A 2nd round of census questionnaires should spam your mailbox. Public Advocacy attorney supports the Supreme Court’s immigrant decision. The tracking bill FAILS (this round). The general assembly is dysfunctional. Dr. Dan and AG Jack duel (with words) in Louisville. Why the Commonwealth needs charter schools.

TN~ Clarksville/Montgomery County’s jobless rates are getting better.

morning cram (weekend lovin’ edition)

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Sweet.

KY~ Paducah Police want to know who robbed the Waffle Hut. Paducah’s Waterway Innovations gets $150k to develop barge monitoring technology. A survey gauging opinions on a Murray payroll tax is circulating through the business community. That lady who (allegedly) shot at her husband in a Mayfield Lowe’s now has a jury of her peers. The general manager of WKDZ-FM (Cadiz) is one of the Commonwealth’s leading ladies. Unemployment rises (10.9%). The House puts off an official discussion on a Capitol gun ban. One Senate committee adds an eminent domain clause to the stalled nuclear bill and another is confused about instant racing.