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Bonnie, Clyde guns stay together after high bidder pays $500,000

LITTLETON, New Hampshire (Reuters) – Two pistols found on the bodies of famed Depression-era outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow after they were killed by a posse in 1934 have sold at auction on Sunday for $504,000. A snub-nosed .38 special found ta…

Moviegoers check in to "Hotel Transylvania"

LOS ANGELES – “Hotel Transylvania” is a hit with movie-goers.

Do y’all talk like yur from these parts?

Do y’all have a Kentucky accent? There are ways to find out.Click to Continue »

Inmate walks away from Marion Adjustment Center

Authorities are looking for an inmate who escaped from the Marion Adjustment Center in Lebanon Sunday night.Click to Continue »

Richmond teen hurt in wreck wants classmates to wear seat belts

Brittany Means, a 17-year-old senior at Madison Central High School in Richmond, will be in the school parking lot after school Monday to remind students driving away to fasten their…Click to Continue »

Eagles beat Giants 19-17 after Tynes misses FG

When Lawrence Tynes got a do-over, LeSean McCoy couldn't watch.




Gay-marriage controversy takes to the stage in Lexington

The courtroom drama about California’s controversial Proposition 8 will play out on the stage of The Kentucky Theatre on Tuesday evening, thanks to a diverse couple of area groups thinking…Click to Continue »

John Clay: Cats’ losses include key personnel

With a young team in a brutal league, Joker Phillips knew he had to get some good breaks this season. Instead, it's been more a case of breaking bad. The Cats are off to their first 1-4 start since 2005 after sixth-ranked South Carolin…

Bangladeshi Muslims torch Buddhist temples, homes

Thousands of Bangladeshi Muslims set fire to at least 10 Buddhist temples and 40 homes in anger over a Facebook photo of a burned Quran before authorities restored order.

Vice presidential debate’s estimated price tag at Centre College: $3.3 million

Hosting the Oct. 11 vice presidential debate at Centre College could cost about $3.3 million, though the college’s students and the public aren’t expected to pay most of it.Click to Continue »

Chile’s Pinera presents education-heavy 2013 budget bill

SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Chilean President Sebastian Pinera unveiled an education-heavy 2013 budget bill on Sunday, as he seeks to improve the right's social credentials before municipal elections in October and next year's presidential election….

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