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Two Men Arrested After Nearly Hitting Child with Car

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The Warren County Sheriff’s Department has arrested two men on multiple charges after witnesses say they nearly hit a child with their car. The department responded to a single vehicle hit and run at 2283 Alvaton Greenhill Road Monday afternoon after 40-year-old Jason Miller of Bowling Green ran through a fence with the owner of the vehicle, 47-year-old Cecil Jones in the passenger seat. They then drove up the hill to 242 H.E. Johnson Road where witnesses say a 9-year-old play...

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Final Renovations Underway on Allen County Middle School

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Allen County middle schoolers may be getting prepared for school, but one of their middle schools won't be all the way there yet on the first day. Construction workers are completing the final renovations to James E. Bazzell Middle School. The upgrades began in summer of 2016 and cost around $9,000,000 total--including new technology and renovations to the classrooms, library, offices, bathrooms, and more. Allen County School District Superintendent, Randall Jackson says the majori... More>>

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Drought in Italy Leads to Closure of Vatican Fountains

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Tourists visiting the Vatican this summer will not be able to enjoy free flowing water fountains to cool off or fill their water bottles in the scorching heat.   The Vatican spokesman said on Tuesday that fountains will be shut down, including those in St. Peter's Square, because of Italy's drought. The drought has put Rome at risk for drastic water rationing, a measure being considered later this week by authorities.   Vatican Radio said all of Vatican City's fountains will... More>>

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New UV Patch Technology Aims to Fight Skin Cancer

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One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.  The summer season is kicking off and there's a high-tech way to monitor the effects of all that time outside.   Danielle Nottingham reports from Los Angeles As a junior life guard in training, Tatiana Cruz spends a lot of time in the sun. The 16-year-old says she's worried about getting skin cancer, so she's trying this high-tech wearable called the My UV Patch, to help monitor her sun exposure. It contains...

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Kushner Maintains Innocence in Russia Probe

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Presidential adviser Jared Kushner arrived on Capitol Hill earlier today to meet with House Intelligence officials. He planned to meet behind closed doors with the House Intelligence Committee after speaking with members of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Monday.  The committees are examining ties between Trump's campaign and the Russian government.  Kushner has said that he did not collude with Russia.  Some members of Congress have called for Kushner’s ... More>>

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Obamacare Repeal Process Rages On

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The Senate is preparing to take its first step to the repeal Obamacare.  However, it's still not certain whether Republicans have enough votes to begin debate on the legislation, or whether they have the votes to eventually pass a bill, or what the plan they're voting on looks like.   Senate Republican leaders have kept details of their repeal and replace plan of Obamacare a big secret, even though they plan to vote on the bill today. Republicans on both ends of the spectr... More>>

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Court Battle Continues in Right to Protest Last Abortion Clinic in KY

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A court battle is starting in Louisville over the right to protest outside the last clinic in the state that performs abortions.   The protesters are organized by the group "Operation Save America", which calls Roe vs. Wade a "covenant with death" and wants abortion outlawed.   Evangelical activists Jason Storms and his wife Sara came with their 8 children from Milwaukee to protest.   Kentucky only has this one clinic left, down from 17 in 1978, and ... More>>

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Former Jailer Pleads Guilty to Fraud, Conspiracy Charges

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A former Fulton county jailer is going to prison. Ricky Parnell plead guilty Monday to federal fraud and conspiracy charges, in what investigators call a "classic kickback scheme." Parnell pleaded guilty to the charges earlier this year. He has been sentenced to 7 years and 3 months prison time, most of which he will have to serve. There's no word yet on when Parnell will be eligible for supervised release. Parnell must also pay over $150,000 in restitution. Parnell too...

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BGPD on Hunt for Robber of Stonehenge Ave Business

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Bowling Green Police are searching for a man after an early morning armed robbery.   Just before 5 a.m. today police responded to reports of an armed robbery at Jumping Jacks Food Mart on Stonehenge Avenue.   Police say the man had a black gun and demanded money from the worker, and the worker complied. The suspect then fled on foot.   Police searched the area and used K9's to help, but have yet to find the suspect, who is described as a white male, 5’ 6” ta... More>>

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Annual School Supply Drive Hits Big Numbers

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Stuff The Bus came to a close Monday morning—meaning supplies are ready to be stuffed into children’s backpacks across South Central Kentucky.

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Former Logan Co. Teacher Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Crime Charges

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A former Logan County school teacher accused of having inappropriate relations with a student has pleaded not guilty to nearly 40 sex-related charges.

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Driver of Death Trap Identified in San Antonio

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James Bradley Jr., the alleged driver of a truck that became a death trap, arrived at federal court this morning.

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Facebook Feed Got You Down? Here's How to Clean It Up

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Facebook has around 2 billion users worldwide.  But many users get frustrated when posts reach into politics and other controversial areas.

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Kushner Maintaining Denial of Russian Collusion

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Jared Kushner is telling senate intelligence committee investigators he did not collude with Russia during the campaign.

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Severe Weather Rocks Mason County

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Around 11:30 p.m. Saturday several areas in mason county began to flood.   Multiple emergency organizations responded to calls across the city of Maysville and the county.

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Judge Orders “Buffer Zone” Around Kentucky’s Last Abortion Clinic

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Anti-abortion activists were ordered by a judge on Friday to stay away from a "buffer zone" outside Kentucky’s only abortion clinic. U.S. District Judge David Hale issued a temporary restraining order as a pre-emptive move ahead of vigils organized by operation save America, a Texas-based Christian group. The order is aimed at preventing abortion opponents from impeding access to E.M.W. Women's Surgical Center In Louisville. At a demonstration earlier this year, act... More>>

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Severe Weather Ravages Rowan County

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(WLEX) Rowan County is another area that has seen heavy damage due to those storms over the weekend Weather reports show the area was hit with between 4 and 6 inches of rain throughout the night leaving behind many flooded businesses. In addition to the flooding, downed trees can be seen across most of the city. More>>

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Kentucky Man Missing After Severe Weather

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(WLEX) Authorities say a Kentucky man is missing after a flash flood swept away his home. The storm ripped through Northern Kentucky...knocking out power lines...tossing trees...and washing away homes. Officials have not released the name of the man who's missing. More>>

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Lexington Mall Shooting

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(WLEX) - Lexington Police say one person was shot outside the Fayette Mall Saturday night in Lexington.

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WKU Football Players Involved in Fight Suspended Indefinitely

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During Conference USA's football media day in Texas Thursday. WKU head coach Mike Sanford said 3 players will be suspended to start the 20-17 season.

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Large Car Models Crash Tested

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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash tested six large car models. David Zuby, IIHS Chief Research Officer, says, “The Top Safety Pick Plus winners have good ratings in all of our crash tests, plus they're available with a front crash prevention system rated advanced or superior and headlights that are rated acceptable or good.”   The ranking means drivers and passengers in each of the three models have a higher chance of survival if involved in an accident... More>>

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Warren County Public Schools Closed for Eclipse

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All Warren County Public Cchools will not be in session on August 21st.

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Vehicle Strikes Horse, Man Killed on Bourbon-Fayette County Line

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The crash happened on Lexington Road near the Bourbon-Fayette County line shortly before 3 a.m Friday.

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Goldman Family Reacts to OJ Parole Decision

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While O.J.  Simpson was celebrating the parole board's decision to set him free, there were some who wondered whether it was another example of the former football star getting away with it.   Fred and Kim Goldman are the father and sister of Ron Goldman, who was killed along with Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994. They say Thursday’s hearing was troubling and eye opening.   Simpson was acquitted of the two murders, but his former sister in law says it hardly means he'... More>>

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State Ordered to Pay Money to Same Sex Couples Denied Marriage License

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A judge has ruled in federal court, requiring Kentucky to pay money to the same sex couples that were denied marriage licenses by Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis.   The American civil liberties union filed the lawsuit on behalf of the same sex couples. US district court judge David Bunning ruled against Davis and the county, awarding the couples over 220 thousand dollars in attorney's fees and over two thousand dollars in court costs. There's no word yet if the state, county or Da... More>>

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Missing North Carolina Man Was Bowling Green Bound

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A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing Eden North Carolina man.  Eden Police say 55-year-old Phillip Ray Wood, Jr. was last seen on July 15 leaving his home. He left in a 2014 silver Nissan Murano with North Carolina license plate number DDR-8190.  Eden Police say Wood was on his way to a job site here Bowling Green but he never showed up. And his friends and family have not yet heard from him.  Officials believe Mr. Wood could have been suffering from dementia...

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Humane Society Receives $68,000 Grant

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On Thursday morning, the Bowling Green Humane Society received a big donation.

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Louisville Fandomfest Venue Change

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While San Diego's Comicon is currently underway. A popular science fiction convention in Kentucky is coming under fire.

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California Firefighters Battle Wildfire

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More than 3,000 firefighters from across California are racing to battle the Detwiler fire where towering flames and thick smoke are consuming the state's historic gold country.

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Sessions Has No Plans to Resign Despite Trump Regrets

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Attorney general Jeff Sessions says he has no plans to resign - despite news reports that president trump regrets hiring him.

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Senate Chaplain Offers Prayer for McCain After Diagnosis

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The senate chaplain offered prayers for senator John McCain at the start of this morning's session.

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Two Men Arrested in Cave City on Drug Charges

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Two men are facing drug charges after a traffic stop leads to their arrests.

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Former Logan County Teacher Arrested on Sex Charges

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The Logan County Sheriff’s Department has arrested a former county middle school teacher on nearly 40 counts of minor sex-related crimes.

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Barren County Man Missing Since October Arrested in Alabama

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A Barren County man that was reported missing last October has been found and arrested in Alabama for outstanding warrants.

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Lexington Man Killed After Being Struck by Police Cruiser

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A pedestrian in Lexington is dead after being struck by a police cruiser. 

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Yacht Catches Fire in Saint-Tropez

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A multimillion-million-dollar yacht caught fire in Saint-Tropez on Monday, according to local media.

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Gadgets from Across the World Convene

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From indestructible tablet covers to virtual 3-D coloring, Consumer Electronics Week had something for everyone under the sun.

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Stuff the Bus Wraps Tour, Event Kicks off Thursday

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The Stuff The Bus tour is wrapping up in Bowling Green just in time for the big event to start.

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OJ Learns Fate of Parole on Thursday

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O J Simpson could soon be a free man. A Nevada parole board will hear arguments Thursday about whether to release the former football star from prison. 

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Trump Stepping Up Efforts to Get Republicans on Same Page

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Frustrated by the failing GOP health care bill, President Trump is stepping in. He invited Republican senators to the White House for a working lunch to try to get them on the same page.

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Second Conversation with Putin Being Downplayed by Trump

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The Trump administration is downplaying a second conversation between president trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin hours after the two leaders held this meeting at the G20 summit earlier this month.

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Dog Flu Hits Busy Louisville Shelter

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Some furry friends are feeling under the weather with a case of dog flu in one of Louisville’s busiest shelters.

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Proposed Fireworks Ordinance Leads to Emotional Discussion

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Bowling Green city commissioners and local citizens engaged in an emotional open discussion on a proposed firework ordinance at Tuesday evening’s meeting.

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Edmonson County Schools to Receive Upgrades

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The Edmonson County School System is investing millions in renovations after nearly a decade of building up funds.

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Van Explodes After Striking Stopped Vehicle in China

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A van carrying coating products and paper exploded after clipping a parked truck on a highway in eastern China, and the dramatic blast was captured on video.

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Snapchat Maps Causing Safety Concerns

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Can certain people find your exact location in a snap? If you've downloaded the latest version of Snapchat, chances are yes – and the new feature is raising a lot of security concerns 16-year-old Maddie Young and her friends love Snapchat.

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Sketch Released of Suspected Murder of Two Girls

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Police released a sketch of a man suspected of killing two girls while they were on a hike in Indiana in February.

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Lexington Fire Fighters Fight Blaze of Station Truck

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Lexington Firefighters didn’t have to go far to put out a fire on Sunday night after one of their own trucks caught fire.

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Lexington Salvation Army Mourning Loss

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Staff members at the Salvation Army in Lexington are mourning the loss of one of their own.

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Republicans Divided Over Obamacare Replacement Plan

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Divisions within the Republican Party killed their plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, with moderates worrying about the impact of the bill on Medicaid and conservatives saying it doesn't go far enough.

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Alcohol the Suspected Cause of Two Injury Accidents Monday

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The Warren County Sheriff's Office is investigating two injury accidents where alcohol is involved.

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July Fourth Shooter Apprehended in Louisville

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20-year-old Rudolph Rankins was arrested Monday by the Louisville Metro Police Department and the U.S. Marshal's Office.

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Kentucky State Trooper Involved in Fatal Crash

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One person is dead after a crash involving a Kentucky State Trooper on Highway 185.

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KSP Begins Analyzing Fatal Crash, Called to Another Crash

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Kentucky State Police were on I-65 Monday afternoon reconstructing Friday's crash that left multiple people dead.

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Illegal Gambling Machines Seized in Barren County

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An investigation is on-going after the Glasgow Police and Barren River Drug Task Force seized nearly a dozen illegal gambling machines.

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Pre-Paid Cards Lack Consumer Protections

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Millions of people without bank accounts rely on prepaid debit card to pay their bills, but those cards don't protect you from fraud like regular credit and debit cards do.

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And They're Off! Weiner Dogs Compete for Top Dog in California

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The California State Fair has really gone to dogs...and when we say dogs, we mean these adorable furry friends!

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Florida Officials Announce Sinkhole Cleanup Plans

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We have an update on the huge sinkhole that opened Friday morning in Florida.

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Over Half of Americans Work on Vacation

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More than half of Americans are turning their "vacation" into a "work-ation."

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Trump Administration Continues to Struggle Explaining Meeting

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The Trump team continues to struggle with it's response to a June 2016 meeting where Donald Trump Jr. was promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton that was supposed to have come directly from the Russian government.

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Minnesota Police Shoot Yoga Teacher, Investigators Searching for Answers

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Investigators in Minnesota are looking for answers after police officers, responding to a 9-1-1 call, shot and killed a yoga teacher Saturday night.

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MMA Fighter Collapses and Dies at Louisville Event

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An amateur mixed martial arts fighter died following a fight Saturday night at Louisville's Expo Five.

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Former Louisville Student Athlete Murdered Over Weekend

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A former student athlete is killed in a shooting over the weekend in Louisville.

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KSP Reconstructing Scene of Fatal I-65 Crash

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Kentucky State Police will be out on I-65 reconstructing Friday’s crash that left multiple people dead.

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5 Victims of I-65 Fatal Crash Identified

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The identities of five people killed in a four-vehicle accident on Friday have been revealed.

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Deadly Flooding in Arizona

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In Arizona, authorities say at least nine bodies have been recovered after a flash flood swept through a popular recreation area north of Phoenix.

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Skateboarder Becomes Hero

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A skateboarder here in Kentucky is being hailed a hero after fending off a would-be robber.

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Three Injured in Nightclub Shooting in Paris, Kentucky

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Three people were injured during a shooting at a night club in Paris, Kentucky over the weekend.

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LA Rams & Former WKU Standout Won’t Go to Jail

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Los Angeles Rams and former WKU Tight End Tyler Higbee will avoid jail time after pleading guilty to assault for a fight outside a bowling green bar last year.

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School Supply Drive Takes Tour to Glasgow

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The Stuff the Bus Tour made a pit stop in Glasgow on Friday.

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New Sentencing Practices Lead to Fewer Inmates in Edmonson County

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The amount of Edmonson County prison inmates is decreasing thanks to new sentencing practices.

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Lawyer of PA Man Confirms Confession of Four Murders

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A lawyer for a "person of interest" in the case of four men missing in Pennsylvania says his client confessed to killing them.

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Sinkhole Opens in Florida

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A huge sinkhole has opened earlier this morning in Land O'Lakes, Florida.

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Investigation of President Trump's Son Intensifies

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New information is coming out about a June 2016 meeting with President Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr.

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Cram the Cruiser Event School Drive in Edmonson County

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The Stuff The Bus tour continues Friday in Glasgow, and earlier that morning the "Cram the Cruiser" event took place in Edmonson County.

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Missing Follow Up Appoints Can Lead to Major Health Issues

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Tracy Solomon Clark was a mom with a stressful career, which she figured was behind her fatigue and shortness of breath.

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Colorado Man Injured in Hit-and-Run in Warren County

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One man was sent to the hospital after being struck by a car while walking on a road in Warren County.

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Four-Vehicle I-65 Accident Leads to Six Deaths

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WNKY has an update on that fatal crash on I-65 Friday morning. Kentucky State Police have now confirmed six people are dead.

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Picture of Soldier’s Respect Earns Praise on Social Media

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A Hardin county woman snapped a picture of a soldier showing respect to a funeral procession.

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Soldiers Come Home to Kentucky

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Hundreds of soldiers returned to Fort Campbell Thursday after a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan.

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Man Confesses to Killing 4 People and Hiding Bodies

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A shocking confession in the case of four young men who disappeared last week near Philadelphia.

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Car Crashes Into House in Indiana – 2 Children Killed

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Two children in Indiana have died after a car crashed into their home late on Wednesday night.

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Boat Accident Kills One Person on Laurel Lake

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A Whitley County man is dead after a boat crash in Laurel Lake Wednesday.

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Accident on I-65 Leaves Six Dead

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Kentucky State Police are investigating a multiple vehicle accident on I-65 Thursday night that has left six people dead.

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Local Women's Organization Raises Grant Funds for Non-Profits

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A local organization aimed towards bettering the lives of women and children held a reveal party Thursday evening at the Downing Museum, announcing their impact grant for 2017.

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SUV Fire at Mobile Home Park in Bowling Green

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The Richardsville Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire on Wednesday afternoon.

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Mass Grave Uncovered in Missing PA Men Case

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New developments in the case of four missing young men in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

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Generous Donation to Benefit Local Non-Profits

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Seven area non-profits are richer thanks to a donation from the Bowling Green General Motors Assembly Plant.

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Woodburn Woman Injured in Train Collision

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A Woodburn woman is injured after colliding with a train.

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Traffic Spot Leads to Drug Arrest of BG Woman

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A Bowling Green woman is in jail after a traffic stop leads to a drug arrest. 

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Workers Beat the Heat with Daily Routines

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If you think of the seemingly worst jobs to have in the summer time, construction might top your list, but their tips to beat the heat might just make your summer a little bit cooler.

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State Sized Iceberg Breaks from Antarctica

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Antarctica is significantly smaller today after an iceberg split off from an ice shelf.   Graphics and aerial images show that sometime between Monday and Wednesday, a one trillion-ton iceberg calved away from the Larsen C ice shelf on the Antarctica peninsula.   Scientists have been monitoring this ice shelf for years, reporting rapid advances of a massive rift in January, May, and June of this year before the iceberg broke free.   The iceberg is the size of the state ... More>>

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Find Gems at Garage Sales

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Summer is the season of garage sales. But there are items that may not be such great deals.

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Bear Breaks Through Wall of House

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Early Saturday morning Lois Burke heard loud noises coming from her kitchen. 

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Marine Corps Sergeant Dies in Mississippi Plane Crash

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CBS News has learned Marine Corps Sergeant Julian Kevianne was onboard the KC 130 aircraft that crashed in Mississippi Monday. 

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Potential Comey Replacement Lay Out Plan for FBI

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Christopher Wray told Senate lawmakers he plans to lead an independent FBI if confirmed to run the nation's top law enforcement agency.

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BGPD Hosts Academy for Local Youth

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More than 20 kids ages 10 to 13 packed into Safety City at Greenwood High School today for the first day of Junior Police Academy.

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Elizabethtown Couple Charged with Seeking Out Sex with Minor

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An Elizabethtown couple appeared in court Tuesday, both charged with seeking out a minor for sex.

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Massive Sink Hole Causing Issues in Covington, Kentucky

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A water main break caused a giant sinkhole in Kentucky on Monday.

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Gofundme Account Set up for Bike Accident Victim

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(WLEX) A GOFUNDME account has been set up to help the family of a recent Russell County High School graduate... Who was struck by a car while riding his bike on highway 80 near the Adair-Russell County line.

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VP Set to Visit Kentucky Today

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(WLEX) Vice President Mike Pence is due to arrive at 2:00 pm in Kentucky on Wednesday, to talk about Republican efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

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Lodging Association Hosts Competition for Charity

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Bowling Green hotel employees got a kick start on their 2018 Olympic training Tuesday afternoon… sort of.

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Community Leaders Meet with New WKU President

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Community leaders enjoyed a meet and greet with incoming Western Kentucky University President Dr. Timothy Caboni Tuesday evening.

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Local Agencies Gearing Up for Solar Eclipse

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The Total Eclipse is just over a month away and that means it’s time to go ahead and pick up your eye protective viewers.

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Restaurant Celebrates National Cow Day in Style

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Today is National Cow Day at all Chick-fil-A locations nationwide!

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Meeting Between Trump Jr. and Russian Attorney Under Inquiry

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Donald Trump Jr. is facing new questions about what he knew prior to a meeting with a Russian attorney at Trump Tower last year.

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Brewery Taking Recycling to Another Level

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More than 133-billion pounds of food is sent to landfills every year in the United States.

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Renovations to Fountain Square Park Underway

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Today, workers from Scott and Murphy, as well as Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department, started to remove the fountain, light poles and statues to begin the refurbishing and restoring process.

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US Soldier in Custody on Terrorism Charges

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An active duty U.S. soldier, who was deployed twice to fight terrorists, is now in custody on terrorism charges.

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Mississippi Plane Crash Investigation Underway

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Military investigators will try to determine what caused a plane crash that killed 16 service members in rural Mississippi.

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Healthcare Town Hall Held at Bellarmine

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Congressman John Yarmuth (D) held a town hall meeting Sunday afternoon on the campus of Bellarmine University to talk with constituents about the Affordable Care Act and the effect it has had on Kentuckians, as well as the Republican Senate bill that could replace it. 

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Chicken Spill on Natcher Parkway Covers Part of Roadway

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A tractor trailer has overturned on the William H. Natcher Parkway causing chicken parts to cover the roadway. 

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Torndoes Rip Through Indiana Overnight

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Monday night was scary in parts of Indiana with reports of tornadoes and funnel clouds.

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Eclipse Fever Is High… and So Are Hotel Room Prices!

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If you have family or friends heading to South Central Kentucky for this summer's Solar Eclipse, and they haven't booked a hotel yet.

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Rand Paul Still Crusading for New Healthcare Bill

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is continuing his campaign against both the Affordable Care Act and the pending Senate Health Care Bill.

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Bowling Green Man Runs from Police, Ends Up in TN Hospital

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A Bowling Green man is transported to a Tennessee hospital... After injuring himself while running from police.

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Removal of Lock Causing Issues for Edmonson County Water District

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Edmonson County's water district is experiencing flow issues following the removal of lock and dam six at Mammoth Cave earlier this year.

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BG Man Takes Plea Deal in in Stolen Vehicle, Home Fires Case

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The Bowling Green man who stole a vehicle and caused two home fires takes a plea deal.

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BG Man Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse of Minor

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A Bowling Green man pleads guilty to sexual abuse involving a child under the age of 12.

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Barren County Sheriff's Department on Hunt for Accused Stabber

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Authorities in Barren County are searching for a woman accused of stabbing her sister and a man last Thursday.

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KY Attorney General Involved in Open Records Request Battle

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The Kentucky Attorney General’s Office has gotten involved in an open records request battle with the Bowling Green Police Department.

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South Central Kentucky Legend Honored for a Good Cause

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On Saturday afternoon, the Bowling Green Junior Woman's Club paid homage to one of Bowling Green's most renowned residents.

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Pests Taking to South Central Kentucky in Near Record Levels

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Our region is seeing an increased amount of pests this summer. We've got some tips from the professionals to keep you from being bitten and bugged.

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Best Practices to Protect Your AC This Summer

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When the temperatures rise, your air conditioning may seem to falter. We’ve got some tips to keep that from happening.

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Back Pain? Your Solution Could Be Yoga

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Millions of Americans suffer with chronic lower back pain. Now new research finds yoga can be the best prescription for some patients.

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School Supply Drive Tour Continues in Scottsville

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The Stuff The Bus crew was in Scottsville earlier today.

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Paul, McConnell Disagree on Health Care Bill

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U.S. Sen. Rand Paul underscored his opposition to the health care reform bill being pushed by Kentucky's other U.S. senator, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

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Healthcare Reform Protest in Louisville

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Five people protesting GOP plans for healthcare reform were cited at Senator Mitch McConnell's Louisville office.

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FBI Investigating Attack of Flight Attendant

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The FBI is investigating after a passenger attacked a Delta flight attendant in mid- air.

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Trump and Putin, Finally Face-to-Face

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The much-anticipated meeting between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin has finally happened during the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.

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Juveniles Posing as Gravel Workers in Custody

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Two juveniles are in custody for posing as gravel workers and stealing a person’s wallet.

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Stabbing in Barren County Under Investigation

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The Barren County Sheriff's Office is investigating a stabbing incident.

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WKU Fraternity Biking Coast-to-Coast for Charity

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WKU fraternity members took a fundraising pit stop in Bowling Green Thursday night after biking coast to coast for a good cause.

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'Farmacy' Program Aims to Create a Healthier SoKY

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“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is taking on a whole new meaning...

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Stuff the Bus Tour Makes a Stop in Central City

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The 3rd Annual Stuff the Bus Tour just touched down in Central City.

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Allen-County Scottsville H.S. Names New Principal

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A new principal started this week at Allen-County Scottsville High School.

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Potential Photo of Earhart Uncovered

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When Amelia Earhart disappeared in the South Pacific 80 years ago, she made headlines around the world.

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Colorado Officials Combating Wild Fires at Ski Resort

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As fire crews in Colorado try to beat back the quickly spreading fire, officials here are worried about the dry timber that's feeding it.

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Trump Wants World to Confront North Korea

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President Trump is making headlines on some global issues as he travels overseas.

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I-65 Connector Opens After Lengthy Construction

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After over a decade, the new I-65 connector to U.S. 31-W By-pass is finally open.

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Mitch McConnell Not a Fan of Trump’s Tweets

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You might think the Republican Senate Majority Leader would offer an unqualified defense of president Donald Trump's performance so far...

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New Video of Murray State Explosion Released

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(WPSD / NBC NEWS) Video released Wednesday shows the moment of an explosion at a college dorm in Kentucky. A building camera across from the dorm at Murray State University caught the exact moment of last week's explosion. The force of the explosion in Murray, Kentucky was so strong, it moved the camera. But if you look closely, you can see additional impact on the side of the dorm. Investigators believe natural gas spontaneously combusted. Two people were injured... One was tre...

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Lee County Woman Survives Bullet Richochet

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Authorities in Lee County Kentucky are investigating after a woman was reportedly hit in the neck by a bullet during a fireworks display.

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One Person Missing After Dramatic Water Rescue in Tennessee

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One woman is still missing after close to 40 people were rescued from fast moving waters in Tennessee.

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SoKY Reacts to North Korea's Latest Missile Launch

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Locals are feeling many emotions after the news that North Korea's latest missile launch is in fact an intercontinental ballistic missile-- the kind capable of reaching the United States. 

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Museum to Offer Free Admission Every Wednesday in July

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The Kentucky Museum at Western Kentucky University is offering free admission every Wednesday this month.

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Sunscreen Ingredients Not for Everyone

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If you plan to spend summer weekends in the sun, chances are you'll bring your sunscreen.

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Family of Alabama Rape Victim Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit

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The family of a former University of Alabama student who was allegedly raped and later took her own life has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.

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NYPD Officer Murdered in Parked Police Vehicle

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A New York City police officer is dead after being ambushed overnight in the Bronx.

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Three Arrested After Weekend Burglary, Stabbing

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3 people have been arrested after a weekend burglary, including the man police say stabbed a man during a break-in. 

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U.S. & South Korea Send Missile Message to North Korea

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U.S. and South Korean missiles shot into the sky Wednesday.

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Deadly Shooting Leads to Bomb Scare in Clay County

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A deadly shooting turned into a bomb scare in Clay County Tuesday morning.

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Former KY Chief Justice Passes

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Judge John Palmore, a former Chief Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court, died on July 4th, one month before his 100th anniversary.

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BG Teen Charged with Rape of a Minor

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A Bowling Green teen is in custody charged with the rape of a minor.

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New Video Released of Gatlinburg Wildfires

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New video has been released of the Tennessee wildfire last November as officers helped people evacuate the area.

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Bevin Won’t Attend Fancy Farm

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The public clash between Kentucky’s two most powerful politicians will have to wait another year.

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More States Refuse to Surrender Voter Info

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More Secretaries of State are joining Alison Lundergan Grimes in refusing to provide extensive voter registration information to the Trump Administration.

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Friends and Family Remember Lost Ones Killed in an Accident

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(WLEX) - Classmates and friends of two Hardin County teens, killed in a crash in Nelson County over the weekend, remember the two students.

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Deadly Fireworks Accident in Corydon

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A man is dead after a fireworks accident in Corydon, Kentucky early in the week.

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