Friday, September 7, 2012

June 2011 until July 6, according to the U.S. attorney.

A federal grand jury in Lexington has indicted a British national on charges he traveled to the United States to have sex with a minor in Pikeville.Solomon Blue Waters, forty-one, was charged with traveling in interstate or foreign commerce to entice a minor to engage in sexual activity and with traveling to the United States to engage in illicit sexual conduct, according to an announcement Friday by the office of the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky.Waters was arrested Aug. twenty-eight after he arrived at Blue Grass Airport. He is accused of using the Internet to induce a minor in sexual activity beginning in mid-June two thousand and eleven until July six, according to the U.S. attorney.Kentucky State Police said last week that the arrest occurred after an investigation of illegal Internet activity from Waters' England home. Waters traveled to Kentucky thinking he was meeting a minor girl, but was met by law enforcement, police said.Waters was being held in the Fayette County Detention Center.Waters' next court appearance hasn't been set. Conviction on the charges could carry prison terms of at least ten years. However, sentences are determined by the judge.

There are several free worship events during the week.

emblazoned on cars all over Lexington. Quest assistant pastor Justin McCarty has the answer. Since two thousand and six the church at four hundred and ten Sporting Court has held a one-day bash dubbed Questapalooza. This year, the celebration has expanded and the theme has been tweaked. And the church's campus at two thousand, two hundred and fifty Lawrenceburg Road in Frankfort is also included.Through Sept. sixteen, church members are throwing "a party for our city" by serving the communities and inviting non-members to join in. Using a social mediacampaign as its engine for the celebration was a no-brainer, McCarty said. Social media reflects "anything people are passionate about," he said. "It's a part of the community in the twenty-onest century."People may register online atIlovelexington.com orIlovefrankfort.com toparticipate in serviceprojects, tweet pictures of people they love to be displayed on a wall in the church and keep up-to-date via Facebook.The projects includebringing meals to firestations, non-profits andsanitation workers;random acts ofkindness; andproviding treats to school kids. The week will culminate with aQuestapalooza-like concert at the Lexington campus.Church member Ashley Smith is looking forward to the weeklong event."Instead of people coming to us for the party, the idea is to take the party out to them," said Smith, an organizer of the event. "We are just so excited to really get a chance to put action to the way our heart feels about the community." She likes to call this year's effort a "serve-a-palooza."Questapalooza fans need not worry. There are several free worship events during the week.On Friday, the God's Not Dead! Tour comes to Quest's Lexingtonlocation. The seven p.m. concert featuresNewboys, Building four hundred and twenty-nine,Abandon and GraceCampbell. Tickets are $twenty, $twenty-five and $thirty and may be purchased at QuestCommunity.com.Mary Meehan: (eight hundred and fifty-nine) two hundred and thirty-one-three thousand, two hundred and sixty-one. Twitter: @bgmoms. Blog: Bluegrassmoms.com.

Cincinnati, Kentucky, North Carolina State, Illinois State, and Western Kentucky.

Frankfort High School wide receiver/defensive back Aaron Jackson will make an unofficial visit to the University of Louisville on Saturday for the Cardinals&#eight thousand, two hundred and seventeen; home game against Missouri State. The six-foot-three, one hundred and eighty-five-pound player has scholarship offers from Navy, Eastern Kentucky and Liberty. He doesn&#eight thousand, two hundred and seventeen;t have a scholarship offer from U of L, but said he&#eight thousand, two hundred and seventeen;s been hearing a lot from the Cards, as well as Cincinnati, Kentucky, North Carolina State, Illinois State, and Western Kentucky. Jackson plans to take an official visit to Navy right after his season, although he said the trip could come during the season. An unofficial visit to Cincinnati is also in the works. Jackson has fifteen receptions for three hundred and eighty yards and five touchdowns for Frankfort (three-zero). He&#eight thousand, two hundred and seventeen;s averaging twenty-five.three yards per catch and one hundred and twenty-six.seven yards per game. He also has nineteen tackles, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries on defense, and he has  blocked field-goal try.

The lawsuits were filed in Laurel County Circuit Court against St. Joseph London.

three hundred former patients have filed suits against a southern Kentucky hospital and associated agencies alleging they underwent unnecessary heart procedures carrying high risks.The lawsuits were filed in Laurel County Circuit Court against St. Joseph London. One plaintiff, sixty-seven-year-old Edward Marshall, said he thought something was wrong after he underwent multiple heart procedures, including heart catheterizations, stents and even getting a pacemaker.Marshall told WYMT-TV he saw a specialist outside of southern Kentucky and concluded his diagnosis didn't match the treatment he received at the hospital.

University of Kentucky men's basketball team.

Jury selection began Friday morning in what prosecutors said was the only trial among an estimated one hundred cases stemming from celebrations during the championship run by the University of Kentucky men's basketball team.Leitha Burton, twenty-three, of Georgetown is charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place and second-degree disorderly conduct. She is accused of throwing beer bottles at Lexington police officers and refusing to leave the area of State Street near the UK campus on March thirty-one, the night that UK beat the University of Louisville. Police have said Burton was under the influence of alcohol and was a danger to herself and others, according to court records.Fayette County Attorney Larry Roberts said in an interview that he thought that all other defendants had pleaded guilty.Valarie Honeycutt Spears: (eight hundred and fifty-nine) two hundred and thirty-one-three thousand, four hundred and nine.Twitter: @vhspears

If they lose, the fire will begin and it may not be pretty.

This weekend is big for Kentucky football. One would think that a game against a MAC team wouldn&#eight thousand, two hundred and seventeen;t be a huge contest, especially since those games are usually put in to bolster the win totals. But two things stick out. One, if Kentucky loses, the fans will revolt. I hate to say it, but they are already smoldering a bit. If they lose, the fire will begin and it may not be pretty. Look back at the early days of Rich Brooks when fans were irate and lost their minds. That will pale in comparison in my opinion. Second, MAC teams are good teams and teams that Kentucky has struggled with in the past. Whenever I see these teams on the schedule, I get a little nervous. They are kryptonite. Later today, I will break down the game a bit and give my thoughts.  Until then, here&#eight thousand, two hundred and seventeen;s two things that stand out. one. The defense HAS to be better. Teddy Bridgewater could have thrown grenades into the open spots on the field Sunday and none of the UK Players would have been hurt because they were so far away. That have got to play better defense&#eight thousand, two hundred and thirty;period. two. Kentucky has to continue being aggressive on offense. If Kentucky plays safe, as they have the last two years, and loses, the firestorm will be worse. At least throw caution to the wind and play to win from the opening kick. No more conservative playcalling. &#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and twelve;&#eight thousand, two hundred and eleven; John Calipari took everyone on a tour of the new Wildcat Coal Lodge this morning. This place is pretty amazing. Take a look.

Additional information is available at 'www.fitchratings.com'.

Sept seven - Fitch Ratings considers Dominion Resources, Inc.'s (DRI) announcement that it is pursuing a sale of three coal-fired merchant generating plants to be supportive of credit quality, but not likely to affect current ratings ('BBB+' Issuer Default Rating). If successful, the plan to sell the under-performing assets would reduce commodity price sensitivity and business risk and moderately lower capital requirements. A sale should also reduce liquidity and working capital needs. Previously, DRI announced it is seeking a sale of the Kewaunee nuclear plant.For fixed income investors, the benefits are partly offset by a planned rise in the dividend payout ratio to sixty-five percents - seventy percents of operating earnings from sixty percents - sixty-five percents. Moreover, net proceeds from the asset sale will be used first to replace planned equity offerings with the balance to reduce future debt financings. However, the cash inflow provides additional financial flexibility.DRI plans to sell the Brayton Point, Kincaid and Elwood coal-fired generating stations. The three merchant generating plants aggregate approximately three,four hundred MW. After the sale, merchant generating capacity would be reduced to approximately three,six hundred MW (excluding wind) and the management estimates the contribution of regulated businesses would increase to approximately eighty percents - ninety percents of consolidated earnings from seventy-six percents.The remaining merchant assets are well positioned and produce positive cash flow. The assets include the low cost Millstone nuclear plant and the Fairless natural gas facility, which is located in a constrained zone in PJM. The Manchester plant provides support to the Millstone plant.Current ratings reflect the strong cash flows from a large diverse asset base, including a significant contribution from regulated businesses, an aggressive capital investment plan and a high level of parent debt.Additional information is available at 'www.fitchratings.com'.Applicable Criteria and Related Research:--'Corporate Rating Methodology', (Aug. eight, two thousand and twelve); --'Parent and Subsidiary Rating Linkage', (Aug. twelve, two thousand and eleven); --'Recovery Ratings and Notching Criteria for Utilities', (May three, two thousand and twelve); --'Rating North American Utilities, Power, Gas and Water Companies', (May twelve, two thousand and eleven).Applicable Criteria and Related Research: Corporate Rating Methodology Parent and Subsidiary Rating Linkage Recovery Ratings and Notching Criteria for Utilities Rating North American Utilities, Power, Gas, and Water Companies