10:37am

Tue March 13, 2012
Kentucky Arts and Culture

Noted Pianist and Philanthropist Dies

Teresa Garbulinska and Ronald Saykaly channeled their love of music into the Saykaly Garbulinska Composer-in-Residence Program.
Rich Copley Lexington Herald Leader

Teresa Garbulinska Saykaly, 79, a noted concert pianist and Lexington arts philanthropist, died early Monday after a long illness. Born in Poland, she won the Polish National Mozart Competition in 1956 and went on to perform throughout Europe and the United States, including at Carnegie Hall in New York. She was a student of piano virtuoso Henryk Sztompka, who was a well-known student of Ignace Paderewski. As a result, her husband of 44 years, Dr. Ronald Saykaly, said, she was sometimes referred to as "the musical granddaughter of Paderewski."

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10:36am

Tue March 13, 2012
Shots - Health Blog

Metal Hips Prone To Early Failure

Hip replacements are a boon for aging boomers, but they're not perfect.
iStockphoto.com

Hip replacements can do a lot of good, but they don't last forever.

To lower the failure rates of artificial hips, particularly in younger people, doctors have tried using metal-on-metal hip joints with larger heads.

But those metal-on-metal hips, which were supposed to be more durable, have their own problems.

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10:23am

Tue March 13, 2012
Lexington/Richmond

TV Puts Nunn Murder Case Back in Spotlight

The ex-wife of murderer Steve Nunn is one of several people connected to the case that rocked Kentucky who have talked with ABC for its Revenge for Real news series, which has scheduled a segment called "The Governor's Son" for 10 p.m. on Wednesday. Others who have spoken with ABC include the mother of victim Amanda Ross, and Fayette Commonwealth's Attorney Ray Larson.

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10:16am

Tue March 13, 2012
State Capitol

Ag Chief Encourages Donations from Farmers

Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer visited Hopkinsville on Monday, encouraging donations to Kentucky 4-H and Future Farmers of America programs. Comer met with Christian County Clerk Mike Kem as well as children from local FFA and 4-H programs. He is a supporting a program that asks for a $10 donation from farmers when they renew their farm license plates. 

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10:14am

Tue March 13, 2012
Education

Campus Security: KSU Erects Guardhouse

Kentucky State University officials are installing a guardhouse at the main entrance on East Main Street to provide more security on campus. The guardhouse will be used as an information post for people entering campus, KSU spokeswoman Felicia Lewis said. It will be a source for campus directions and parking passes. Students and the general public will have to show identification at times, Lewis said, such as during emergencies and special events.

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10:11am

Tue March 13, 2012
Sports

Students Scramble for Final Four Tix

Marcey Bronczyk was beaming and breathless Monday afternoon as she stood outside the ticket booth at Memorial Coliseum. Bronczyk, 53, and her son Chris Bronczyk, 24, both University of Kentucky students, had just won the right to buy tickets to the UK men's basketball team's opening-round appearance in the NCAA Tournament on Thursday in Louisville.

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10:10am

Tue March 13, 2012
State Capitol

Juvenile Jails Can't Examine Naked Teens

The Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice has changed its entry screening policy after a federal judge questioned a juvenile detention facility's practice of screening juveniles while naked. The change came Dec. 9, a day after U.S. Senior Judge Karl S. Forester said in a court document that, based upon preliminary research, he believed the "Body ID process" at the Breathitt Regional Juvenile Detention Center, in which juvenile detainees were "subjected to a visual, unclothed examination upon intake to the facility," was unconstitutional.

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10:06am

Tue March 13, 2012
Business and the Economy

Marathon Issues Gasoline Advisory for Small Engines

Marathon Petroleum say gasoline sold in more than 40 counties in Kentucky and southern Indianacould potentially cause problems in motorcycles, mowers, chain saws and other devices with small engines because it may contain more than ten percent ethanol.

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10:03am

Tue March 13, 2012
Sports

UK Women Earn a Number Two Seed

Louisville and Kentucky both begin play next weekend in the women’s NCAA basketball tournament. The pairings were announced tonight. The seventh seeded Cardinals will take on number ten seed Michigan State Saturday in College Park, Maryland. UK is a number two seed and will face 15th-seeded McNeese State Saturday in Ames, Iowa.

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10:01am

Tue March 13, 2012
Author Interviews

'If Walls Could Talk': A History Of The Home

Lucy Worsley works as the chief curator in several palatial buildings in London, including Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace and the Tower of London. In contrast, she lives in what she calls a "normal, boring modern flat."

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