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College Football Picks: Week 13

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Good morning, college football fans. Week 13 is upon us. Let's get right to the picks: Kent Taylor, Sports DirectorWestern Kentucky at Florida International Ohio State at Michigan Indiana at PurdueLouisville at Kentucky Florida State at Florida Alabama at Auburn Notre Dame at

WAVE 3 - 2017-11-23 17:32:36

No more 'Prima Donna'

Just over a minute into the fight and he was in a chokehold. The buzzing crowd at the Lexington Center dropped to a somber hush. Under the writhing coil of tattooed bodies, their hometown favorite, Julio Gallegos, was in a precarious position. Joseph Carr, a retired professional karate fighter, s


HHS Hosts 26th Annual Holiday Homes Tour

The Harrodsburg Historical Society's (HHS) 26th Annual Holiday Homes Tour kicks off Saturday, Dec. 2, from 1-7 p.m. with an exciting and interesting line up. Attendees this year will be getting a special treat in the Shaker Tavern Farm House, which will be making its tour debut. "I've volunteered a


Repairs (Finally) Resume On The Brooklyn Bridge

Contractors resumed repairing the Brooklyn Bridge on Tuesday. The contractor, Delong Concrete of Lexington, was unable to start work on Monday as scheduled because of equipment issues, saidNatasha Lacy, information officer of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Department of Highways. Lacy said Del


Still No Date Set For Pension Reform

While teachers and other public employees are up in arms about the governor's proposed pension reform, no date has been set for a special session. No news is good news is how the old saying goes. That may be how half a million state and local employees feelabout Gov. Matt Bevin's proposed solution t


Mercer Grand Jury Indicts Seven

Seven people were indicted by the Mercer County Grand Jury last week, on charges ranging from bail jumping to possession of methamphetamine. BAIL JUMPING Bleick Von Bleicken, 46, of 1909 Claremont Drive, Louisville, is charged with 1st-degree bail jumping, a class D felony, on Nov. 14 after failing


Vicky Reed Leaves Haggin Hospital

Dr. Vicky Reed, DHA, FACHE, is leaving the James B. Haggin Memorial Hospital effective Thursday, Nov. 30. The announcement was made Tuesday that Reed, who has been the chief executive officer at Haggin since 2011, has decided to step down in order to pursue another CEO opportunity. Officials at the


Three Motorists Put On Ice After Being Caught In A Hot Car

Evidence seized by police include money, drug paraphernalia and drugs Police have put three people-including one visitor from Alaska-on ice after a drug bust last week. The three are cooling their heels after being caught in a hot car with drugs, money and drug paraphernalia. In the early morning ho


State police: Missing Ontario County woman's vehicle found in canal

A missing Ontario County woman's vehicle has been found in the Erie Canal, state police said Wednesday. A 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe was located in the canal Tuesday near Route 96A in the town of Waterloo. The state police Underwater Recovery Team pulled the vehicle from the canal Wednesday morning, acc

CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-11-22 17:58:00

Guest essay: Climate change is local

No matter the cause, climate change is real and impactful. This year we've witnessed a procession of Atlantic storms gather strength, get a name and wreak havoc on anything in their path. For the storm victims, the devastation is real, immediate and overwhelming. Their world has been narrowed to the

MPNNOW - 2017-11-23 19:00:00

Woman's body found in canal

WATERLOO - State police recovered the body of a woman from the Cayuga-Seneca Canal late Wednesday afternoon, but as of Thursday had not officially identified her as the owner of a vehicle pulled from the canal earlier in the day. Trooper Mark O'Donnell, public information officer for state police Tr

FINGER LAKES TIMES - 2017-11-23 16:45:00

Get ready for Santa to arrive

A community tree-lighting ceremony Friday in downtown Canandaigua helps kick off the holiday festivities CANANDAIGUA - Enjoy your turkey dinner with all the fixin's today - especially if you ran in the Canandaigua Turkey Trot to benefit the Friends of Ontario ARC Foundation - and savor your tryptoph

MPNNOW - 2017-11-23 00:00:38

Clothing drive to benefit area veterans. families

A three-hour collection will take place Dec. 2 during Victor's Christmas in the Village event VICTOR - During a season that's full of gift-giving and celebration, an effort is underway to help bring joy to a season that, for some, can be challenging. Area veterans and their families will be the bene

MPNNOW - 2017-11-22 22:34:02

Fairport student marching in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Keep your eyes out for a local student marching in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday. Jason Tabit is one of 13 sousaphone players marching in a group that will be the opening act for Santa. His mother Linda Tabit tells us if you want to look for Jason, he will be the third sousaphone fr

WHEC TV-10 - 2017-11-23 15:52:00

Thompson Health honors 6 associates

The Service Excellence Team at UR Medicine's Thompson Health recognized six employees with its fourth-quarter Service Excellence Award for 2017. The winners are MJ O'Neill, of Bloomfield; Kim Kleiman, Gina Smith and Alvin Taylor, of Canandaigua; Shannon Cooper, of Farmington; and Karen Wingate, of N


Green, Palermo running for OC sheriff

HOPEWELL - The 2018 general election is nearly a year away, but two people who want to succeed longtime Ontario County Sheriff Phil Povero have made their candidacies official. Bristol Supervisor Bob Green, a retired sheriff's office lieutenant, declared his candidacy by way of a press release issue


Cass County Sheriff's Report

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THE PILOT-INDEPENDENT - 2017-11-23 13:00:00

PAUL NELSON FISHING COLUMN: Still early for the ice fishing season: Be careful

The large deep lakes like Lake Bemidji, Cass Lake and Walker Bay of Leech Lake have become super-cooled by the persistent high winds that won't let the lakes freeze, even though the water is more than cold enough to freeze. The waves keep mixing the upper layer of the water column and won't let the

BEMIDJI PIONEER - 2017-11-22 14:46:00

WHA Interact Club collects 1,034 pounds during WE Scare Hunger food drive

This year marked the fifth year that the WHA Interact Club held a food drive for the Walker Area Food Shelf. It proved to be the biggest and best WE Scare Hunger fooddrive to date. Just over half a ton of nonperishable food items was recently delivered to the Walker Area Food Shelf at their new loca


Paul Bunyan Communications receives Border to Border Broadband Grant

BEMIDJI -- Paul Bunyan Communications was awarded a Border to Border Broadband Grant on Tuesday from the state of Minnesota to expand its fiber optic services to portions of St Louis, Hubbard and Itasca counties. As a result, the cooperative will begin expansion construction next spring that will pa

BEMIDJI PIONEER - 2017-11-22 18:56:20