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  • Madisonville F.D. battling heat inside own station

    Madisonville F.D. battling heat inside own station

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 6:19 PM EDT2018-06-19 22:19:48 GMT
    Chief Wyatt says for more than a month, they've had to come up with a make shift solution to stay cool (WFIE).Chief Wyatt says for more than a month, they've had to come up with a make shift solution to stay cool (WFIE).
    Chief Wyatt says for more than a month, they've had to come up with a make shift solution to stay cool (WFIE).Chief Wyatt says for more than a month, they've had to come up with a make shift solution to stay cool (WFIE).

    Fire fighters battle the heat on a daily basis but the crew at Madisonville Fire Station No. 1 say they're going on more than a month now without a permanent fix to their failed air conditioning system. nine fire fighters are housed at Station No. 1 every day..

    Fire fighters battle the heat on a daily basis but the crew at Madisonville Fire Station No. 1 say they're going on more than a month now without a permanent fix to their failed air conditioning system. nine fire fighters are housed at Station No. 1 every day..

  • Teacher indicted for stealing $100K from school, student organization

    Teacher indicted for stealing $100K from school, student organization

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 6:15 PM EDT2018-06-19 22:15:42 GMT
    Bryan Bentley, 37, worked at Ryle High School in Union, Kentucky.Bryan Bentley, 37, worked at Ryle High School in Union, Kentucky.
    Bryan Bentley, 37, worked at Ryle High School in Union, Kentucky.Bryan Bentley, 37, worked at Ryle High School in Union, Kentucky.

    A former high school teacher was indicted on Tuesday for two counts of grand theft for stealing more than $100K from multiple organizations.

    A former high school teacher was indicted on Tuesday for two counts of grand theft for stealing more than $100K from multiple organizations.

  • Buy things online from strangers? Here's where to go to be safe

    Buy things online from strangers? Here's where to go to be safe

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 6:09 PM EDT2018-06-19 22:09:59 GMT

    People looking for a place to go to buy or sell items or even make custody exchanges can go to any one of four designated areas throughout Louisville to conduct business where cameras are recording.

    People looking for a place to go to buy or sell items or even make custody exchanges can go to any one of four designated areas throughout Louisville to conduct business where cameras are recording.

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