Top WTVQ.com Stories in 2014

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As the calendar changes to another year, many people look to improve, setting New Year’s resolution for 2015.

Many people also take a moment to reflect on the past year.

The top stories on WTVQ.com for 2014 include:

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Alleged KKK flyers showed up in Pulaski County neighborhoods.  Some people woke up on the eve of Martin Luther King Jr. Day to find the fliers promoting the Ku Klux Klan.

After being banned across the nation for decades, this summer Kentucky farmers started growing hemp as part of a pilot program.

When Allison Lundergan Grimes lost to Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell in the November election, speculation swirled about which political office she might run for next.

ABC 36 exclusively obtained and aired video from a medical helicopter crash in Clay County that killed everyone on board.
 
The story with the most views on the ABC 36 website was about the city of Somerset selling gas.
 
City leaders voted to go into the retail gas business because many people believed local prices had been consistently high in Somerset than other nearby cities.
 
Somerset began selling gas to the public in July but it was surrounded by controversy.