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Prosecutors have chosen not to pursue criminal charges in a deadly daycare van crash that killed one person and injured several children. [WDRB]

A former pub landlord from West Yorkshire has become the first person in the UK to have a hand transplant. Mark Cahill, who is 51, had been unable to use his right hand after it was affected by gout. [BBC]

An Eastern High school parent is crying foul after the take home tablet issued to her daughter had pornographic material on it instead of school work. [WHAS11]

It’s past time Kentucky confronted its own fiscal cliff represented by more than $33 billion in unfunded liabilities in its pension system, local leaders said Monday. [Ronnie Ellis]

An investigation is underway after a school bus full of children crashed into a car. A woman was critically injured and questions remain about who was at fault. [WLKY]

U.S. health care spending rose at the lowest rates in more than half a century between 2009 and 2011, according to a report issued by federal auditors Monday. [HuffPo]

Fifth Third Bank was at least the second big bank with local operations to suffer a major cyber attack last week. [Business First]

Parents of students in Greater Clark County Schools brought their kids to school Monday to find security cameras and locked doors outside their children’s school. [WAVE3]

The five New Albany City Council members who voted against a redistricting plan on final reading during a Dec. 3 meeting were named in a police report filed by local businessman Randy Smith last month. [News & Tribune]

Trish Lee’s small yellow house is a block away from Bells Lane, where many of the Rubbertown factories are concentrated. From her backyard, she can’t see the chemical plants, rail yards and oil refineries that have stood down the street for decades — but she can smell them just about anywhere. [WFPL]