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Mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow will continue to move across southern Kentucky and Middle Tennessee this morning. The highest sleet/snow accumulation will be in southern Kentucky, while the greatest threat for ice accumulation will be in the Cumberland Plateau. Tune in to extended FOX 17 coverage through the day, including a special Noon Newscast.  

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How To Celebrate Father's Day - 06/12/14

  Father's Day is coming up on Sunday.  Some of you may be thinking about what to do for dad.  I know every family is different but I'm not much on gifts just to be getting something.  There's a reason they call days like this Hallmark holidays. 
  I love it when my kids make me a card or color a picture for me.  Cookies or a box cake they put the icing on.  When it comes to stuff, if dad really wants it, he either already has it or has decided it's not the right time.
  Tell your dad you love him.  Tell him you appreciate what he does for you and your family, the sacrifices he makes so you guys can have things, go places and do things.  That's what good dad's do.  You dad would probably think it was pretty neat if you said let's take a walk, told him thank you and gave him a hug.  Doesn't cost a dime but in his mind, moments like that are priceless.  Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there. 

 

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OLYMPIC SLED RIDE

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) -- If this record-breaking winter isn't wild enough -- you can slide belly-down on sled at about 40 miles per hour. The site of the 1980 Winter Olympics at Lake Placid, New York, is offering skeleton sledding. For 75 bucks, visitors can try the twisting sled run. It's all over in a flash, about 40 seconds. Scott Hayes of Toronto says it was a lot faster than he anticipated. Jillian Frascoia of Richmond, Vermont, says it was scary, but great.

BASKETBALL JERSEY CONTROVERSY

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- It's was an attempt to think pink. And it almost cost a girls' high school basketball team a chance to play for the Los Angeles city championship. Officials disqualified Narbonne High, after the girls wore uniforms with pink letters and numbers for breast cancer awareness. Rules require teams to wear only their official school colors. Now, league officials have reversed their decision, but coach Victoria Sanders has been suspended for the rest of the season. Sanders tells the Los Angeles Times she accepts the punishment. The Narbonne girls' basketball program will be on probation through next season. The team faces Palisades High in the section championship game Saturday.

NATIONAL ARCHIVES-ALCOHOL

WASHINGTON (AP) -- You might think of it as the United States of booze. The National Archives is exploring America's long history with alcohol. Curators pulled 100 original items and documents from the archives. They include the 18th Amendment that created Prohibition, the 21st Amendment that repealed it, President Franklin Roosevelt's cocktail shaker and a first edition of "Alcoholics Anonymous." "Spirited Republic: Alcohol in American History" opens tomorrow in Washington.

TIME CHANGE-SAME HOUSE

KENDALL, Kan. (AP) -- Think this weekend's time change is a headache? Well, consider the situation of Ron and Sherry Finlay. Their home near Kendall in western Kansas sits on the line that divides the Mountain and Central time zones. Walk through a door on one side of the house, it's Central Time. Go through another door, and it's Mountain Time. They tell the Hutchinson News they've decided to live on Mountain Time. But Sherry Finlay says it sometimes gets confusing for visitors.