10:18am

Mon November 21, 2011
Faith and Values

Catholics Preparing for Liturgy Changes

Archdiocese of Louisville

Next Sunday marks the beginning of the season of Advent in the Roman Catholic Church—-the spiritual preparation for Christmas. But it will also mark a major milestone for millions of Catholics across the country, including the 200,000 members of the Archdiocese of Louisville.

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10:14am

Mon November 21, 2011
Business and the Economy

Central KY Meat Market Sells Local Turkeys

Brenna Angel

Local supermarkets are luring in customers to do their Thanksgiving meal shopping with low prices on the main dish: the turkey. The American Farm Bureau Federation released its annual survey last week on the average cost of a Thanksgiving dinner, up 13 percent to $49.20 this year. But for many cooks looking for what they consider a healthier and more flavorful turkey, $49 will be the cost of just the bird.

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10:12am

Mon November 21, 2011
Kentuckians at War

Fort Knox Reaches Out to Families Before Deployment

Preparing Fort Knox soldiers for a deployment to Afghanistan is serious business. The Army devotes considerable resources to training and preparation that it doesn't stop with the soldiers. Today, that also includes soldiers' families as they're told what to expect from a deployment.

10:11am

Mon November 21, 2011
Kentuckians at War

Brigade's Gift Brings Soldier, Father to Tears

Cpl. Donald Hole tests the seating on his motorcycle. The bike was gifted to Hole by the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).
Benjamin Joubert Kentucky New Era

Standing alongside his new Harley Davidson motorcycle Friday, Cpl. Donald Hole wiped away tears as his fellow soldiers crowded in around him. Hole is a member of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) at Fort Campbell, which returned from a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan in April. In February, Hole’s daughter, Megan, 25, was murdered in Indiana. As Hole flew back to the states, his fellow soldiers pondered a gift for him. Spc. Joseph Catlin, who has been friends with Hole since 2009, said they collected money for flowers, but also wanted to give Hole something else.

10:07am

Mon November 21, 2011
The Commonwealth

Storms, Rain, High Winds Headed Our Way

Rain and storms are headed toward Kentucky. Most of the rain should fall Tuesday and begin to subside by the middle of Wednesday. But not before we could be hit by storms with high winds, hail and the possibility of tornadoes, according to the National Weather Service. But the weather on Thanksgiving should be ideal with sun and highs in the mid-50s and a high near 60 on Friday with partly cloudy skies.

10:06am

Mon November 21, 2011
The Two-Way

Speed Of Light Hasn't Been Broken, Second Set Of Scientists Says

Originally published on Mon November 21, 2011 5:40 pm

Albert Einstein: His famous theory faces a challenge.
AP

Full disclosure: We're not even close to being qualified to figure out who's right and who's wrong on this one.

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10:03am

Mon November 21, 2011
Health and Welfare

Advocates Push Smoking Ban in Bourbon County

Smoke-free advocates are gearing up to push for an indoor smoking ban in Bourbon County, which ranks among the state's top producers of burley tobacco. Armed with an air-quality study and a public-opinion survey to bolster their cause, members of the Coalition for a Smoke-Free Bourbon County plan to hold a public forum sometime in early 2012, coalition member Phyllis Robinson said. After that forum, the coalition will ask Bourbon Fiscal Court to pass an ordinance for a countywide smoking ban, Robinson said.

10:01am

Mon November 21, 2011
The Commonwealth

Parks Officials: Cuts May Mean Slice in Services

Without a recommendation on targeted cuts from the congressional deficit-cutting supercommittee this week, the National Park System stands to show some of the most outward signs of what the alternative across-the-board cuts would mean. The National Parks Conservation Association is warning that cuts would mean alterations to services that are already being taxed because of the steady influx of visitors to national parks. Kentucky’s national parks include Mammoth Cave National Park, Cumberland Gap, Big South Fork and Abraham Lincoln Birthplace.

9:42am

Mon November 21, 2011
National Security

The American Behind The 2008 Attack On Mumbai

Originally published on Mon November 21, 2011 3:38 pm

In this courtroom drawing, David Coleman Headley is shown facing a federal judge.
Carol Renaud AFP/Getty Images

American David Coleman Headley was one of the leading planners of the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, which killed 166 people over three days at two five-star hotels, a train station and a small Jewish community center.

Headley, the son of a Pakistani father and an American mother, had been chosen for the mission because he looked like a non-Muslim Westerner. He used those looks — and his U.S. passport — to plan logistics for several of the places attacked in Mumbai.

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9:15am

Mon November 21, 2011

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