Good morning! Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up today in Kentucky. Questions about today's coverage plans are welcome, and should be directed to Kentucky News Editor Brian Murphy at 615-373-9988 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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NEW YORK — It's an eye-catching angle in the story of an experimental treatment for Ebola: The drug comes from tobacco plants that were turned into living pharmaceutical factories. Using plants this way — sometimes called "pharming" — can produce complex and valuable proteins for medicines. That approach, studied for about 20 years, hasn't caught on widely in the pharmaceutical industry. By Malcolm Ritter. SENT: 850 words.
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UPS PLANE CRASH-LAWSUIT
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The husband of a Tennessee pilot killed in the crash of a UPS cargo jet in Alabama is suing the company that makes equipment used in the aircraft. The Lebanon Democrat (http://bit.ly/1pwEmkB) reports Bret Tucker is seeking $2 million in his federal lawsuit against Honeywell Aerospace. SENT: 130 words. Will be updated.
IN BRIEF: MOTORCYCLE CLUB SHOOTING, BRIDGE OPENING, TEMPUR SEALY JOBS, EDUCATION GUIDES, SANTA TRAIN
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