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Bowling Green Pride

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The first Gay Pride in Bowling Green Saturday brought in hundreds to downtown. 

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Bourbon and Brewfest

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The 3rd annual Bourbon and Brewfest poured in a huge crowd over the Saturday in Bowling Green.

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4-Month-Old Found Unresponsive in Russellville

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Four-month-old child found unresponsive in Russellville. 

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Gender Bias Still Prevalent in Business World

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Jennifer Hyman's idea of an online business that rents designer gowns to women has turned into a nearly billion-dollar business.

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Oscar Winning Actress Comes Forward with Weinstein Sexual Assault Claim

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Two weeks after a bombshell expose in the New York Times, the Harvey Weinstein sex assault scandal continues to grow.

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Republicans Unite to Pass Budget to Reform Tax Reform

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Republican Senators showed unity last night in passing a budget that paves the way toward tax reform.

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Annual Barbecue Cook-off on Tap This Weekend in Munfordville

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Something is cooking in downtown Munfordville this weekend.

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BGPD Still Searching for Dollar General Armed Robbery Suspect

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There is still no arrest in a Bowling Green armed robbery earlier this week.

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WKU Students React to Shots Fired on Campus

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Alissa Kendrick spoke with some concerned and some not-so-concerned students on WKU's campus, where the shooting occurred just a few nights ago.

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Robert E. Lee Course at WKU Sparking Outrage

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A Robert E. Lee History class is currently being offered at WKU.

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Investigation Ongoing in WKU Shooting

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On Tuesday night, WKU Police and Bowling Green Police Department responded to a report of shots fired. 

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More Charges Pending on Warren Co. Bus Driver Arrested for DUI

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More information is coming forward around the Tuesday DUI arrest of a Warren County school bus driver.

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Two BG Teens Arrested for Drug Trafficking

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Two Bowling Green teens are charged with drug trafficking after being pulled over in front of an elementary school. 

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Trump Disputes Claims of Disrespect of Fallen Soldiers' Families

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President Trump is refuting claims that he was disrespectful during a phone call to the family of a fallen soldier.

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Lecture Series at WKU Under Protest

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A lecture series at WKU under protest by some students and professors.

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US Senate to Get First Look at New Health Care Bill

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The Senate will get its first look at a health care bill which was written by both Republicans and Democrats and enjoys bipartisan support.

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Boone County Sheriff Saves Life of Teen Pinned Under Car

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A fast thinking Boone County Sheriff deputy saves the life of a 15-year-old.

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Jurich Officially Out as UofL AD

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Tom Jurich was loyal to the coaches he hired at Louisville almost to a fault, supporting them through good and bad times during 20 years as the Cardinals athletic director.

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Lexington Confederate Statues Aimed to be Removed

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Two Confederate statues in downtown Lexington may be history before you know it.  

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KY Republican Leaders Claim to Hold Solution to Pension Problems

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State Republican leaders say they have found a solution to the state's public pension system.

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Glasgow Man Drowns in Barren River Lake

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A Glasgow man is pronounced dead after an accidental drowning at Barren River Lake.

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German Wax Statue Makers Unveil Trump Figure

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President Trump made a surprise appearance in Berlin, Germany yesterday, sort of.

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At Least One Million Cars Flooded Due to Hurricane in Houston

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Eight weeks after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, it's estimated at least 1,000,000 vehicles suffered flood damage.

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KY National Guard Returns from Hurricane Relief Efforts

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The Kentucky Air National Guard is back home after helping in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

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Damage Estimates Due to CA Wildfires Eclipse Three Million

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Damage estimates from Northern California's deadly wildfires top $3,000,000,000, and that number is expected to grow.

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Trump Claims Past Presidents Failed to Contact Gold Star Families

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President Trump sparked controversy Monday when he claimed past Presidents didn't make calls to Gold Star families after their loved ones were killed in combat.

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Warren Co. School Bus Driver Charged with DUI on the Job

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A local school bus driver is charged with a DUI while on the job.  

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Great recipe for an Asian style Omelette!

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Former US Labor Secretary Visiting Bowling Green

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A United States Labor Secretary will be in Bowling Green Wednesday.

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BGFD Offering Life Saving Tips

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October is National Fire Prevention Month, and Bowling Green's Fire Department is offering you some life saving tips.

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WKU PD Investigating Possible Shots Fired Near Campus

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WKU Police are investigating after what sounded like shots were fired near campus and students housing.

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Bowling Green Unveils New Soccer Complex Facility

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The new facility at the Lovers Lane Soccer Complex took over six months to complete and cost over $650,000. 

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Weinstein Comp. Board of Directors Discussing Company's Sale

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The Weinstein Company's board of directors is expected to meet today to discuss the company's possible sale following the scandal surrounding co-founder Harvey Weinstein.

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Ford Recalling Millions of SUV's

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The Center for Auto Safety is urging Ford Motor Company to recall all of its 2011 through 2017 Ford Explorer SUVs.

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Pres. Trump's Nominee for Drug Czar Withdraws

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President Trump's nominee to be the next drug czar has withdrawn his nomination after a 60 Minutes report revealed he wrote a bill which tied the DEA's hands in fighting the opioid epidemic.

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Rick Pitino Officially Fired from UofL

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Rick Pitino has been officially fired from his position as head basketball coach of the University of Louisville.

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KSP Apprehend TN Fugitive Thanks to Wi-Fi

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Kentucky State Police have ended a Tennessee fugitive's run thanks to help of Wi-Fi.

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SoKY Residents React to Girls Joining Boy Scouts

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Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts are two different organizations, but starting in 2018 girls will be able to join Boy Scouts of America.

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NAACP Event Scheduled for Saturday

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Bowling Green will host an NAACP celebration this Saturday.

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WKU Homecoming a Huge Hit Over Weekend

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This past weekend was full of festivities and excitement. The Bowling Green community, alumni, and undergraduates celebrated all weekend long in preparation for the big Homecoming game.

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Construction on the New Roland Park Begins

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On Monday, construction began on part of Roland Park's new look.

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Blazes Still Rage in California, But Worst May Be Over

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Firefighters battling the deadliest wildfires in California history say the danger isn’t over, but they’re confident the worst is behind them.

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Trump, McConnell Taking Steps to Mend Relationship

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President Trump has been critical of Senator Mitch McConnell in the past, blaming him for the failure to repeal and replace Obamacare.

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Freak Accident Claims Life of Covington Woman

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A freak accident ends a woman's life, and has another woman fighting for hers.

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Mississippi Town Pulls Classic Novel Out of Classrooms

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Administrators in Biloxi Mississippi, pulled a classic American novel as a resource in the classroom.

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Partial Lehman Avenue Closures This Week

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Starting Wednesday October 18th at midnight, and continuing until 7:30 A.M. on Wednesday the 19th, The BGMU electric crews will be working on Lehman Avenue between the 31-W Bypass and Eastwood Street.

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Sergeant to Plead Guilty to Desertion, Misbehavior Charges

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Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl told a military judge he’s pleading guilty to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.

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Annual Coats for Kids Campaign Underway

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It's getting colder outside and now there's an effort to keep every child in Warren County warm. 

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Rescue Crews Searching for Missing Oil Rig Worker

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An oil rig is burning in a Louisiana lake as search and rescue boats look for a worker, and firefighters work on battling the blaze.

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WKU Basketball Assistant Arrested on DUI Charge

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WKU’s Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Ben Hansbrough has been arrested on a suspected DUI charge.  

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WKU Homecoming in Full Swing

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Homecoming weekend is well under way already, but there are plenty of more events to come!

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Childhood Obesity Growing at Alarming Rate

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A new study says the problem of childhood obesity is growing at an alarming rate because kids are making poor food choices and aren't getting enough exercise.

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100 Days at the Helm for New WKU President

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WKU's new President now has more than a hundred reasons to enjoy his career, now that he’s celebrating his first 100 days on the job.

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California Continues to Battle Wildfires

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At least 17 wildfires are raging on today in California.

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Homecoming Festivities Kick Off with the Annual Chili & Cheese Luncheon

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Homecoming festivities officially kicked off Thursday with a crowd favorite...comfort food.

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South Dakota Police Dog Located After Being Stolen

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Poppy, a four-month-old German Shepherd puppy, was stolen from him home in Aberdeen, South Dakota on September 30th.

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National Anthem/Kneeling Debate Rages On

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The debate over kneeling during the national anthem continues to play out on professional – and local -  football fields. 

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Renderings Show Development of New Bowling Green High School

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Bowling Green High School students are in for treat about six years from now.

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Trump Signs Order to Change Obamacare

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Earlier this morning at the White House, President Trump signed an executive order to drastically change Obamacare.

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Nearly Two Dozen Wildfires Devastating California

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Nearly two dozen wildfires are burning out of control across California.  Overnight, police went door-to-door telling homeowners to leave Sonoma County as the next wave of flames approach their communities.

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Undercover Drug Buy Nets 5 Arrests

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Five people are in jail following an undercover drug buy.

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MTSU Recruits BG Students

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School is back in session, and that means college recruiters are hitting the streets of Bowling Green. Middle Tennessee State University officials met with prospective Bowling Green students and their families Wednesday afternoon as a part of their annual twelve city "True Blue Tour". Counselors, staff, and even the president of MTSU, Dr. Sidney McPhee, made it out for the meet and greet at the Sloan Convention Center. President McPhee says this is when those curious abou... More>>

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KY Awarded 3 Million Dollar Grant to Investigate Sexual Assault

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The federal government is awarding Kentucky a nearly three million dollar grant to investigate sexual assault cold cases. The National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative grant will allow the Attorney Generals Office to establish a sexual assault cold case unit--focusing on investigating and prosecuting, while also providing services to victims during the process. Additionally, the grant will provide funding for an extra Kentucky State Police cold case detective. As the latest step in At... More>>

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Sexual Harassment Claims Mounting Against Weinstein

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Embattled Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has been fired by the company he co-founded but says he's still hoping for a comeback. 

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Trump Administration Focusing on Tax Reform Wednesday

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President Trump will focus on selling his tax reform agenda today.

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California Evacuations Continue Due to Massive Wildfire

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Authorities in Sonoma County, California ordered more evacuations Wednesday as a wildfire tearing through California's wine country continues to grow.

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Tax Payment Scam Hits Kentucky

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A new scam has been reported that tries to have people send money via wire transfer.

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Living Well: Going Green to Cure the Blues

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A young Massachusetts boy battling a serious illness received a really special gift - a dog that was born with green fur.

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Death Toll Rising Due to CA Wildfires

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Massive fires continue to burn tonight up and down California.

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Search & Rescue Teams Recover Body of Dead Hiker

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Search and rescue teams in Kentucky found the body of a hiker, who had been reported missing, in the Red River Gorge early Tuesday morning.

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Lexington Man Accused of Beating Wife to Death Pleads "Not Guilty"

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A not guilty plea was entered in a Lexington courtroom from an estranged husband who police say beat his wife to death.

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It's the classic Romesco sauce for sauteed shrimp!

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Brand New C-SPAN Bus Visits BG

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The brand new C-SPAN bus took a pit stop in Bowling Green Tuesday as a part of it's 50 State Capital's Tour. 

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Studies Show Concussion Symptoms Last Longer in Female Athletes

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Concussions can have short term and long-term effects for teen athletes, now new research shows girls suffer with the symptoms longer.

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Local Eatery Using Pumpkin Pie to Help Veterans

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It doesn't quite feel like fall yet, but today you can support our local veterans by simply munching down on some pumpkin pie.

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Puerto Rico, Three Weeks After Maria

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It's been nearly three weeks since Hurricane Maria slammed Puerto Rico and 85-percent of the island is still without electricity.

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Sen. McConnell Praises Pruitt

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Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell was at the same event as the head of the EPA.

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"Clean Power Plan" to be Withdrawn

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EPA administrator Scott Pruitt was in Hazard Kentucky Monday announcing a drastic change to regulations in his department.

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California Wildfires Spread Through Wine Country

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California is struggling to contain one of its deadliest wildfire outbreaks.

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Texas Tech. Shooting Kills Campus Security Officer

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19-year-old Hollis Daniels has been charged with capital murder in the shooting of a campus officer at the school's police headquarters Monday night.

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Weinstein Out After Sexual Harassment Claims Surface

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Hollywood heavyweight Harvey Weinstein is out from the Weinstein Company, the studio he co-founded.

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Wife Carrying Championship Held Sunday

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Dozens of married couples participated in the 18th annual North American Wife Carrying Championship in Maine on Saturday, October 7.

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California Wine Country Under Blaze

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A large area of California's wine country is being consumed by a wildfire this morning.

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Trump Administration Outlines Plan for DACA Resolution

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President Trump made immigration reform a centerpiece of his election campaign.

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Memorial Held for Child Killed in Covington Crash

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A memorial was held at the scene of the crash that killed a child in Covington, KY. 

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Investigation of Officer Involved Shooting Underway in Okolona

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Authorities in Okolona, Kentucky are investigating an officer involved shooting that left one-person dead.

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Five Arrested in Connection in Simpson County Jail Drug Smuggling

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Five people have been charged with conspiring to smuggle prescription opioids into the Simpson County Jail.

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Woodford Co. Man Assaults Two Police Officers

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A Woodford County man is in jail after assaulting two police officers. Around 7:30 p.m. Sunday, two Simpson County officers responded to reports of a suspicious man sitting on a duffel bag on Pilot Knob Road. Upon arrival, the accused, 40-year-old Bradley Ford, became agitated and tried to pull an object from inside the bag--later determined to be a large military style knife. Ford resisted arrested and started a fight, dislocating Deputy Jones ankle and inflicting a facial injury ... More>>

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ATM Fees Continue Record Hitting Trend

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ATM fees have hit a record high for the 11th year in a row.

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Tropical Storm Nate Headed Toward US

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Another major storm is headed towards the United States.

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Fall Firefighters Honored in Frankfort

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Six firefighters from Kentucky who lost their lives in the line of duty were honored Wednesday.

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Las Vegas PD Still Searching for Answers After Attack

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Police in Las Vegas are still trying to figure out why a 64-old-man with no history of violence opened fire on a country music festival.

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Brownsville Teen Arrested on Assault Charges

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An Brownsville teen is arrested and faces numerous assault charges after a stabbing incident Wednesday night.

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Trial Moved for Man Accused of Shooting Simpson County Deputy

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The man who shot a Simpson County Sheriff's Deputy has his murder trial venue moved to another county. 30-year-old Ben Wyatt will now stand trial in Allen County. Wyatt allegedly shot Simpson County Sheriff Deputy Eddie Lawson twice when Lawson was attempting to serve a warrant on Wyatt back in March 2016 in Franklin. Wyatt is facing attempted murder of a police officer and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon charges. The trial will begin on January 16, 2018.

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Drunk Driver Scheduled to Appear in Court

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A Bowling Green man is scheduled for a court appearance today after driving into a house and then telling police "I'm drunk."

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Items Stolen From Barren Co. Construction Site

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Barren County Sheriffs Deputies are asking for help identifying a man involved in a construction site robbery.

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Barren Co. Police Searching for Stolen Boat

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The Barren County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help in locating a stolen boat.

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South Dakota Dog Declared World Record Holder

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A dog from South Dakota, USA, has been declared the world record holder as having the longest tongue on a dog.

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Interim Louisville Basketball Coach Thankful for Experienced Squad

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After Louisville head basketball Rick Pitino was relieved of his duties last week, David Padgett was promoted from within to become the interim head coach. 

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Shoplifter Enjoys Beer, Corn Dogs

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A man accused of stealing from Wal-Mart is getting a lot of attention for what else he did while he was in the store.

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Online Date Turns to Armed Robbery

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A man became the victim of an armed robbery during a date he set up with a woman he met online.

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PA Congressman Will Not Seek Re-Election After Abortion Scandal

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Pennsylvania Republican Congressman Tim Murphy says he will not seek re-election after reports he asked his mistress to have an abortion.

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Two Men Charged with Murder in Franklin Shooting

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Two men are facing murder charges after a shooting in Franklin Wednesday. 73-year-old Johnnie Bell is charged with attempted murder and tampering with physical evidence and 47-year-old Christopher Yarbrough is charged with complicity to commit murder and tampering with physical evidence. Just before 10 A.M. police responded to a shots fired complaint at 507 Brevard Street in Franklin. Police were then notified of 23-year-old Carl Flippin who was at the Medical Center seeking treatment...

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Brownsville Man Dies in Bowling Green Crash

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A Brownsville man is dead after crashing into another vehicle in Bowling Green. Around 11:45 A.M. Wednesday, 53-year-old James Madison of Brownsville was driving West on Veterans Memorial Lane when he struck the rear end of 42-year-old William Burton's vehicle. Madison was transported to the hospital and later pronounced dead. None of the others involved were injured. Drugs and alcohol are not believed to be factors and all involved were wearing seat belts. More>>

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Muhlenberg Co. Teacher Arrested for Rape

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Kentucky State Police arrest a Muhlenberg student teacher for third degree rape of a student.

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Legendary Corn Maze Takes Superhero Theme

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It's a celebration of fall in Maryland with the 21st Annual Fall Harvest Festival at Summers Farm. Crowds have been flocking to the farm for years to experience the legendary corn maze.    The theme for this year’s 12-acre maze is “America’s Superheroes,” with designs honoring the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard.    The maze is open through October 31st.

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Job Market Steadily Improving

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The job market has steadily improved since the Great Recession and a new report shows who's been doing the hiring. Rick Love is switching careers at the age of 45. The former job recruiter is taking classes to become a web developer. Web developers make 40% more than the average worker – over $72,000/year. Careerbuilder.com found that since 2010 new jobs for app, software and web developers have all seen major growth. The medical field is another industry that's growing. More... More>>

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Gun Control Debate at Center Stage After Las Vegas Attacks

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There are renewed calls for gun control legislation in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.  However, those calls aren't likely to be answered anytime soon. Democratic lawmakers stood on the steps of Capitol Hill and called on their Republican colleagues to pass new gun control measures to prevent another shooting like the Las Vegas massacre. Former Congresswoman Gabby Gifford, herself a victim of gun violence, said it would take courage to pass new l... More>>

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Survivors of Las Vegas Massacre Sharing Their Stories

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We are hearing more stories of bravery and hope following the Las Vegas massacre. Some of the survivors of the attack are recounting their ordeal, while the families of those who died are remembering their loved ones.    41-year-old Michael Caster was shot through his lung, the bullet hitting his spine, just missing his heart. His girlfriend Tawny found a table to use a gurney, and others helped her carry him to a stranger's car. Caster is one of hundreds of shooting victim... More>>

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President Trump to Visit Las Vegas

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President Trump is on his way to Las Vegas to meet with victims and first responders of Sunday’s concert massacre that killed 59 people and injured more than 500.    Tuesday night, the girlfriend of gunman Stephen Paddock returned to the United States from the Philippines. Video from TV station KNBC apparently shows Marilou Danley in a wheelchair at the airport in Los Angeles.  Investigators say Danley is a person of interest in the case. Her sisters say they beli... More>>

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Webster County Teacher Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

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A Webster County middle school teacher is arrested after child pornography is allegedly found on her phone.   Kentucky State Police say a trooper was assisting the Webster County Coroner's office with a death investigation last month. During that investigation, a search warrant was obtained for a cell phone that belonged to 48-year-old Lucida Jenkins of Providence. Troopers say several photos were found on the phone showing a minor in a sexual act. On Monday, Jenkins was arrest... More>>

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Escaped Inmate Captured in Barren County

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The search for an escaped Barren County inmate is over.   27-year-old Jesse Cable walked away from a Barren County work detail Tuesday, while working near the Warren County line.   At 5 A.M. this morning, Barren Country Sheriffs received a report of a person walking along the Cumberland Parkway.   The sheriffs arrived at the scene 15 minutes later. Upon arrival, they identified the person of interest at the escapee.    Cable is now back in custody. More>>

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Kentucky Sports Radio at Center of Lawsuit

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A popular sports talk radio show is now facing a lawsuit from a college basketball referee.

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Vince Tyra Named New A.D. at UofL

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The University of Louisville has named a new acting athletic director.

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Inmate Escapes from Work Detail

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Warren and Barren County Sheriff's Offices are looking for an escaped inmate 27-year-old Jesse Cable walked away from a Barren County work detail Tuesday. Cable escaped while the crew was working near the warren county line. He was last seen in the area of Glasgow Park City Road... wearing no shirt, blue jeans and brown shoes. Cable is a white man, 5 feet 5 inches tall... Weighs approximately 150 pounds with tattoos on his arms and hands. If you see cable, please contact the Warren ... More>>

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Operation Stand Down Kentucky Hosting "Back Packs for Local In-Need Vets" Event

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The 3rd annual Back Packs for Local "In Need" Veterans event kicks off this week. 

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Opioid Epidemic On a Dangerous Rise

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The opioid crisis sweeping the country is leaving its mark on our future.

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UofL Proceeds with Termination of Rick Pitino

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The University of Louisville Athletics Bboard announced it will begin the process of terminating Hall of Fame coach Rick Pitino.

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Pres. Trump Visits Puerto Rico

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President Trump heads to Puerto Rico today to highlight the work being done by the federal government to help the island recover from Hurricane Maria.

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Victims of Vegas

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59 people died in Sunday's mass shooting in Las Vegas. Today, we're learning more about the victims who lost their lives.

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New Details Emerge About Las Vegas Shooter

New Details Emerge About Las Vegas Shooter

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New details on the shooter and victims in the Las Vegas massacre are starting to emerge, but police are still searching for a motive in the rampage that left 59 dead and more than 500 injured.

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3 Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges

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Three people were arrested with multiple drug charges Monday following a traffic stop.

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2 Arrests Made in Fatal Armed Robbery of Bowling Green Store

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Nearly seven months after an armed robbery leaves a man dead at a Bowling Green store, two people are now in custody and more arrests are on the way. 33-year-old Estrellita Soto and 22-year-old Lilian Duron, both of Nashville, Tenn., are in the Warren County Regional Jail charged with complicity to robbery. This stems from the March 17, 2017 armed robbery at La Placita that left 31-year-old Jose Cruz dead from a gun shot wound. According to the complaint warrant, both Soto and Duron w...

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Warren Co. Hopes to Improve Unemployment Numbers After Latest Jobs Report

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According to a new report, there are nearly as many open job positions in South Central Kentucky as there is persons unemployed.

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27th Annual Bowling Green International Festival

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The 27th annual Bowling Green International Festival took place at Circus Square Park this Saturday.

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Is Sitting the New Smoking?

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Many health experts consider sitting the new smoking.

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OJ Simpson Released From Prison After Nearly a Decade Behind Bars

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OJ Simpson was released quietly from a Nevada prison over the weekend, after almost a decade behind bars. 

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Racist Vandalism in Moorehead, KY

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Ethan Raleigh and Antonio Acevedo woke up to learn someone had created a lot of mischief outside their McClure Road home.

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Death Toll in Las Vegas Shooting Rising

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The violence at a music festival in Las Vegas is now the largest loss of American life by a shooter.

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Car Crash Causes Mass Power Outage

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Around 9:00 AM, a vehicle struck a pole at Emmett Avenue and Nashville Road, causing a mass power outage in the area.

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Allen County Car Crash Kills Two

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Two people are dead following a single vehicle collision early Sunday morning.

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Game of the Week: Franklin Simpson @ Allen County-Scottsville

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The Wildcats of Franklin Simpson traveled to Allen Co. Scottsville to take on the Patriots in our High School Game Of The Week, voted on by you the fans. Facing the top-ranked passing offense in 4-A, the Wildcats were able to hold Allen Co. Scottsville to only 75 yards of total offense in a classic beat-down of their district opponent. They set the tone early, going 58 yards on 11 plays. The Patriots tried to respond with a couple of big-time passing plays to cut the lead.... More>>

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TriStar Greenview Hospital Receives New Surgical Robot

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Robotic surgery is saving surgeons time and speeding up recovery for area patients. TriStar Greenview Hospital acquired a Da Vinci XI robot this July, but the Medical Center was the first in town to get the robotic surgery technology. Now, TriStar Greenview has the Trumpf table which is changing the way surgery is done. It allows the surgeons to move the patient without disabling the robotic arms, which saves valuable time. The technology is used for various surgeries including but ... More>>

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White Squirrel's "Squirreltoberfest" Raises Money for Habitat for Humanity

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The event had live music, delicious food including a pumpkin ale, and a silent auction to raise money for Habitat for Humanity.

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