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Carbon Monoxide Leak Injuries on Rise for Explorer Owners

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the number of complaints and injuries related to possible carbon monoxide leaks in Ford Explorers is much higher than previously thought, and now officials in one city are pulling the SUV's off the street.

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Hurricane Maria Hits Puerto Rico

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Hurricane Maria came ashore in Puerto Rico this morning as a Category 4 hurricane, with winds of 155 miles per hour.

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Brady Releasing Book on Diet

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New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady never thought he'd be writing a book.

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Republicans Making Last Ditch Effort to Repeal Obamacare

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Republicans are making a last-ditch effort to repeal and replace Obamacare before an upcoming deadline makes it harder to push through.

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Death Toll Rising After Earthquake in Mexico

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The death toll is rising in southeastern Mexico after a 7.1 Magnitude earthquake struck on Tuesday.

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Flu Season is Almost Here so it's Time to get Your Flu Shot

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Flu season is just around the corner, and medical professionals here in Bowling Green are urging you to get your flu shot now. According to the CDC, there have already been a couple of cases of the flu reported in Kentucky, and a handful right here in Bowling Green. Dr. Amy Geralds with Graves Gilbert Clinic recommends people of all ages start getting their flu shots now even though the peak season starts in October. Dr. Geralds says this is because the vaccine does take about 2 weeks...

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Fall is here, but it doesn't feel like it in South Central Kentucky

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Can you believe Fall is just two days away? It's hard to grasp when Mother Nature seems to still be clinging on to Summer. With temperatures pushing the 90's here in South Central Kentucky and this weekend climbing to almost 10 degrees above average, it hardly feels like Fall outside. We talked to area residents to see how the hot temps are cramping their pumpkin spice latte game.  "I don't drink pumpkin spice, I'm a water person. But, at least it's not winter, it's not 32 ...

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Robbery Leads to a Dog Being Shot

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A BOWLING GREEN MAN'S DOG IS SHOT AFTER THREE MEN ATTEMPT TO ROB HIM WITH A FIREARM.

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United Way Receives Large Donation from Local Company

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Fruit of the Loom raised over $69,000 through their 18th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on September 16th. 

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Local McDonald's Donating Portion of Sales to Hurricane Relief

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If you're thinking of dining out this evening, swing by your local McDonald’s to help out a good cause.

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Earthquake Shakes Illinois to Bowling Green

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If you felt the ground shaking this morning, you're not alone.

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Bowling Green Woman Injured After Accident with Semi

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A Bowling Green woman is injured after running into a semi on Nashville Road this morning.

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Cave City Man Arrested on Unlawful Theft Charges

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A Cave City man is in custody for stealing a car. 

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DACA Protests Interrupt Pelosi News Conference

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Dozens of immigration activists interrupted House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s news conference Monday in San Francisco.

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President Trump Addresses United Nations

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President Trump addressed world leaders at the United Nations for the first time this morning.

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Kentucky & AirBnB Sign Tax Agreement

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Airbnb and the Kentucky Department of Revenue are making history by signing a tax agreement that is set to bring at least $1,000,000 in revenue to the commonwealth within a year.

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Bowling Green Breaks Ground on New Soccer Complex

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On Monday, local city leaders dug their shovels into the dirt at Preston Miller Park to celebrate the ground-breaking of four new soccer fields that will span across 20 acres.

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Bowling Green Man Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges

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A Bowling Green man is in jail for allegedly trafficking meth out of state, among other drug charges.

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Kangaroo Gets Loose in Wisconsin

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It was a brief taste of freedom for Joey the kangaroo who kicked his way out of a pen at a southeast Wisconsin pumpkin farm, only to be rounded up by sheriff's deputies.

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Scam Artists Targeting Alarm Company Customers

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It's common for security system companies to go door to door looking for new business, but the Better Business Bureau says some salesman make fraudulent claims and trick people into switching alarm companies.

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Robinson Leaves WKU to Focus on Draft

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Mitchell Robinson has decided to train for a professional basketball career.

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Birth Photographer Brings Postpartum to Light

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It took four days for Katie Lacer’s work to be seen globally.

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Warren County Youth Football Receives Large Donation

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Warren County Youth Football received a donation over the weekend that will allow some kids to play the game who otherwise couldn't have afforded it.

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Warren County Jail Changing Up Bond Procedures

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The Warren County Regional Jail is changing up their bond procedures. Previously, the jail did not accept cash for bonds over $10,000, but now you can now bond out someone who is in the jail with cash regardless of the amount. Jailer Stephen Harmon says cashiers checks or money orders are preferred, but cash is acceptable, you just might have to wait longer for the counting process. The new procedure also lets you bond someone out during or after business hours. Jailer Harmon says the...

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Accident in Hart County Claims the Life of a Louisville Man

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A Louisville man is dead after crashing his vehicle into a tree in Hart County Saturday. Kentucky State Police responded to Bacon Creek Road in Bonnieville around 5 P.M. Saturday in reports to a single vehicle collision. That's where they found that 48-year-old Patrick Ross's vehicle had exited the roadway, struck a tree and overturned onto the roof. The Hart County Coroner pronounced Ross dead on the scene. A toxicology report is pending and the cause of the accident is still under i...

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Spacecraft Disintegrates During Saturn Descent

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There is some big news that came out of NASA earlier this morning.

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Online Outlets Shaking Up Prescription Drug Industry

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The price of prescription drugs continues to rise.   Now, some websites are promising better deals.

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London Police Launch Manhunt After Train Explosion

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Police in London have launched a manhunt after an explosion on a busy commuter train during the Friday morning rush hour.

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Bevin Announces Plan to Cut State Income Tax

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Governor Matt Bevin has announced he's working on a plan to eliminate Kentucky's state income tax.

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Edmonson County Man Facing Child Pornography Charges

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An Edmonson County man is facing federal charges of sexually exploiting a minor.

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Medical Arts Academy Kicks-Off at Bowling Green High School

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Local students and officials gathered at Bowling Green High School Friday morning to announce the opening of the Medical Arts Academy. The academy is part of the SCK Launch initiative, which was developed by the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce with help from local community, education and business officials. The goal is to provide area students with the resources and education needed in the career paths where jobs are most available in South Central Kentucky. At the kick-off ...

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Major Credit Bureau Hacked, 143 Million at Risk

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It could be the largest theft involving social security numbers in history.

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Trump Visits Florida After Irma's Path of Destruction

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President Trump and the First Lady arrived in Fort Myers to view Irma’s aftermath.

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Union County Judge Executive Indicted in Bowling Green

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A Union County Judge Executive is charged with scheming to defraud the citizens of that county.

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House and Car Catch Fire in Warren County

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Minutes before the dumpster fires at Plano Elementary School on Thursday, a house caught on fire in the same area. Fire officials from Woodburn, Alvaton and Plano responded to the fire at the 400 block of Crossfield Way just before 5 A.M. They say the home and car were fully engulfed in flames and are both total losses. Firefighters believe the fire started in the garage and say the homeowners dog alerted them to the fire, which thankfully got the family out safe and uninjured. All of...

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No Deal Reached on DACA Program

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President Trump says no deal has been reached on the DACA program despite assertions from Democrats.

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Two Dumpster Fires Break-Out at Plano Elementary School

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Two dumpsters catch fire and a break-in occurs at Plano Elementary School Thursday morning. Plano Volunteer Firefighters and Warren County Sheriff's Deputies say they were called to a dumpster fire at the school around 6 A.M. However, through investigation, they found two dumpsters on fire and that the suspect or suspects entered the school through an open door. "They extinguished the fire at the dumpsters, there was no damage there, while checking the school they found that the...

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Glasgow, KY Home Balcony Collapses, Injuring 5

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Several people are injured after a balcony collapsed in Glasgow.

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Glasgow Police Warn of Multiple Phone Scams

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Police say several citizens are reporting phone calls from someone telling them they have a virus on their computer or phone and then stating they can fix the issue for them if they transfer money through gift or green dot cards. Officers also warn the "Publisher Clearing House" scam has returned to the area.

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Bowling Green Files Civil Lawsuit About WRAP Project

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A lawsuit has been filed by the City of Bowling Green about the downtown WRAP project. The City is claiming that Mills Family Realty, MR Group INC., Richard Kelley, Chris Mills, Ed Mills and Clinton Mills all violated fiduciary and contractual duties by using tax increment financing and other bond funds illegally when constructing what was formally known as Hitcents Park Plaza or the downtown WRAP project. The federal civil suit was filed Monday by the City. City officials tell WNKY t...

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Fan Creates Replica of Popular Star Wars Vehicle

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In honor of the new upcoming Star Wars movie in a couple months, we have video of a fan creating something very special.

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UBER Implementing Cleaning Fee, Users Unhappy

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Millions of Americans use Uber to get around, but a number of customers are complaining they've been wrongly charged for a cleaning fee.

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Trump Hoping Tax Reform Will Pass

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President Trump has yet to achieve a major legislative accomplishment, but he's hoping to change that with tax reform, which means he must shift into deal maker mode.

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Millions Without Power in Florida Due to Irma

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Millions of people across Florida still have no electricity in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. 

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Beshear Opposing Bevin Spending Cuts

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Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin announced plans last week to reduce state spending.

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WKU Selects New Police Chief

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After reviewing 46 applicants, the search committee for a new WKU Police Chief finally found the right person for the job.

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Civil Lawsuit Filed Against Downtown Wrap Development Group

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A lawsuit has been filed by the city of Bowling Green about the Downtown Wrap project.

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"Take a Bite Out of Cancer" Photo Fundraiser

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A photo fundraiser is being held this weekend to raise money for Narco, the Allen County Sheriff's Office K-9 who is diagnosed with cancer.

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Attorney Gen. Beshear Pays Visit to Gatton Academy

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An afternoon class at Western Kentucky University's Gatton Academy became a bit more exciting Tuesday...as Attorney General Andy Beshear was the one teaching.

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Russellville Murder Trial Underway

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The murder trial of a Russellville man began in Logan County on Monday.  

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Kroger Robbery Surveillance Video Released

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Bowling Green Police have released surveillance video of the man accused of robbing Kroger on Campbell Lane Saturday morning. In the video you can see a man described by witnesses as having darker skin and dark hair in a gray and white hooded sweatshirt. An employee goes up to help the man who wanted to purchase 20 cartons of cigarettes. The employee explains they can only sell 10 per customer and that's when the suspect allegedly pulled out a gun and demanded the employee put the cig...

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Keys Residents Stranded on Highway

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Dozens of Florida Keys residents parked their cars along U.S.1 on Monday and stayed there throughout the night.

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New Smartphone Hits the Market This Week

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Samsung has a brand-new smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8, coming out September 15th.

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Family Suing Boy Scouts Over Son's Death

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The family of a 15-year old is suing the Boy Scouts of America for his death on a backpacking trip in June. 

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Bannon Vowing Revenge on GOP

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President Trump's former chief strategist is vowing to go after vulnerable GOP senators ahead of next year's midterm elections.

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Florida Residents Returning Home After Irma

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Some Florida residents are being allowed to return home as officials survey the scope of the damage of Hurricane Irma.

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Logan County Escaped Inmate Captured in Warren County

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A Logan County inmate who escaped is back in custody in Warren County. 40-year-old Kenneth Groark was taken into custody Monday and is in the Warren County Jail. Logan County Sheriff's Deputies say in a release that Groark escaped while on work release at the Logan County Humane Society. Groark is serving time for drug related charges.  

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3 Arrested for Meth Trafficking in Edmonson County

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A road safety check point in Edmonson County leads to three being arrested for meth trafficking. The driver of the car, 34-year-old Jason Long of Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee; and his two passengers, 42-year-old Etta Coffelt and 22-year-old Kaitlynn Law both of Lafayette, Tennessee are all facing numerous drug and gun related charges, including meth trafficking. Long was stopped Saturday by Kentucky State Police and Edmonson County Sheriff's Deputies at a checkpoint at US 31 W and K...

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BGFD Raises over $24,000 for "Fill the Boot"

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The Fill the Boot numbers are in and this year the Bowling Green Fire Department raised nearly $5,000 more than ever before.

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Student Choir Honors First-Responders

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Students aged 5 to 12 from Anchored Christian School sang hymns for the local first responders while they ate a meal prepared by Forest Park Baptist Church.

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Studies Show New Parents Less Cautious of SIDS

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It’s been almost 25 years since the American Academy of Pediatrics introduced the back to sleep campaign to help prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).

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Nation Remembering 9/11 Tragedy

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Bells tolled and heads were bowed in lower Manhattan, in remembrance of the 3,000 people who died in the September 11th terrorist attacks sixteen years ago.

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Waters "Disappear" from Impact of Irma

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Gusts of 70-miles-per-hour tore through Sarasota when Hurricane Irma hit.

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Irma Downgraded, Safety Concerns Remain

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New research says speeding is almost as big a factor in deadly crashes as drunk driving.

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9-11 Memorial Service Held at Richardsville Fire Department

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Numerous fire officials and community members gathered Monday morning to never forget the events of September 11th, 2001. At the ceremony, officials recalled the events of 9-11 where nearly 3,000 people lost their lives in various terror attacks in the New York area. Officials raised the American flag, then lowered it to half-staff where a moment of silence then took place. A piece of steel from one of the World Trade Centers sits outside the fire department as a constant reminder to ...

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Major Drug Bust Leads to 4 Arrests

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Four Bowling Green residents are in custody after a drug bust Friday.

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RailPark Celebrates Milestone as Community Destination

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This Past Saturday, the L&N Depot and Historic RailPark Museum celebrated it's tenth anniversary as a tourist destination for train lovers across the region.

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Annual Walk Unites Community in Fight Against Alzheimer's Disease

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Hundreds of South Central Kentucky residents gathered at Circus Square Park for a good cause over the weekend.

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Kroger on Campbell Lane robbed at gunpoint

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Kroger on Campbell Ln. robbed at gunpoint.

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Vanity Fair BOGOGO Event Honors Non-Profit

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"We know first-hand from women that we've spoke with in our Dress for Success partnership that it is making such a difference in their lives. They have told us first-hand that they put on their bra's and they feel more confident, more empowered when they go for that business interview," says VF Director of Communications.

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Hot Rods Eliminated from Midwest League Playoffs

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It was an emotional night in Fort Wayne, Indiana as the Hot Rods season came to an end.

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Parents Opting to Stay Home Due to Childcare Costs

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The average American spends hundreds or even thousands of dollars per month in childcare costs, forcing parents to choose between working or staying home to avoid losing money.

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Mexican Schools Closed After Massive Earthquake

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Authorities in Mexico's have closed schools in the nation's capital following the largest earthquake to hit the country in a century.

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Florida Residents Evacuating with Irma Approaching

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Hundreds of thousands of people are evacuating across Florida as Hurricane Irma takes direct aim.

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Activer Shooter Situation at Ohio High School

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A person with a gun is arrested at a central Ohio high school.

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Kentucky State Parks Offer Discounts for Irma Evacuees

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Now through Thursday, Kentucky State Parks are offering discounted lodging for Hurricane Irma victims. If you have a drivers license from the state of Florida, Georgia or South Carolina you can get a 25 percent discount on lodge rooms and cottages at the 17 resort parks across the state of Kentucky. Barren River Lake State Resort Park officials say they are already full for Friday and Saturday, but they will take in whatever evacuees they can on the other days. State park officials sa...

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Local Red Cross Holding Volunteer Orientation Training

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In light of the recent natural disasters, the local American Red Cross is holding a volunteer orientation on Monday.

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NCM Offering Helping Hand to Hurricane Irma Victims

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The National Corvette Museum is reaching out a helping hand to those seeking refuge from Hurricane Irma--offering their assistance finding available hotels and even making their parking lot available for stay.

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Corvette Museum Opens Doors to Hurricane Irma Evacuees

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Hurricane Irma, the category 5 monster, that could potentially hit Florida and the East Coast of the United States, is causing a Southern hospitality reaction from right here in Bowling Green.  It's no mistaking that corvette owners treat themselves like a family, so when the National Corvette Museum here in Bowling Green learned that those family members in Florida could potentially be impacted by Hurricane Irma, they didn't think twice about stepping in and opening up their pa...

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Price Celebrates First Day of School

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Britain's Prince George will not be given "any special treatment" at school, his principal said on Thursday, as the great-grandson of Queen Elizabeth and third-in-line to the throne took his first steps into a new classroom.

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Hilltopper Great McDaniels Passes at 69

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One of the most revered Hilltoppers in WKU history has passed away.

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Kentucky Residents Stepping Up to Aid Hurricane Victims

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Just as with Hurricane Harvey, Kentucky residents are heading south to help fellow Americans.

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Official Stress Importance of Emergency Kits

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If a disaster like a flood or hurricane hits your neighborhood, you could be without food, water and power for days so it’s critical to always have an emergency supply kit ready.

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Former Hart County Clerk Indicted

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A former Hart County deputy clerk is indicted on two counts.

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KSP Apprehend Alleged Child Pornography Distributor

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A man facing multiple child pornography charges is now in custody.

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Motorsports Park Celebrates Opening of KartPlex

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On Wednesday, the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce honored its long time partners and celebrated a new one.

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KSP Searching For Man Charged with Distributing Child Porn

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Kentucky State Police is asking for the public's help in locating a man wanted for distribution of child porn.

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Fruit of the Loom Donates to Hurricane Survivors

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Following the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey, Fruit of the Loom is teaming up with the American Red Cross and giving back to those in need. 

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Staggering Numbers Regarding Paycheck to Paycheck Living

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Shantel Walker is a fast food worker and says she barely makes enough to scrape by.

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Congress Facing Major Decisions, Deadlines

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Congress is back at work and they have a lot on their agenda.

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Irma Classified Most Powerful to Hit Atlantic

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Irma slammed into the Caribbean early Wednesday morning as a category 5 hurricane.

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WKU Releases Statement on DACA

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WKU released a statement following President Trump’s decision to hand Congress the responsibility of finding a solution for DACA.

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KSP Searching for Wanted Criminal

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Kentucky State Police are asking for help in locating a wanted criminal.

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SKyPAC Kicks Off Gingerbread Homes for the Arts Festival

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Pumpkin spice lattes are back and that means the Holiday's are right around the corner! Wednesday morning SKyPAC workers kicked off their third annual Gingerbread Homes for the Arts Festival. The festival takes place November 13th through the 18th where amateurs, professionals, the young and the old are all challenged to make a gingerbread home masterpiece to be displayed at the festival. The week-long series of events and festivities at the festival creates a major fundraiser to help...

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Adopt-A-Thon Takes Place Wednesday Night

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While Clear the Shelters was a major success this year, there are still more animals in our area that need your help. The annual Adopt-A-Thon is taking place Wednesday night at the Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society. Local celebrities will be showcasing all the pets at the shelter and telling you what's needed most at the humane society. This will air on spectrum cable, the humane society's Facebook page and their website. Workers say it's a great cause and they love all the c...

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WKU Students Organize DACA-Support March

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Dozens marched in defense of DACA and Dreamers from Western Kentucky University’s campus to Senator Rand Paul’s downtown office Tuesday.

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Cave City Woman Arrested for Meth

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A Cave City woman is in jail after police discovered she had meth on her. 47-year-old Linda Coffey is facing numerous drug charges including possession of meth. Cave City Police Officers arrived to 230 Murina Court around 4 A.M. Monday after reports of Coffey knocking on windows and doors of houses in the area. Police say Coffey could not sit still and was talking very fast. Upon further search police found a loaded syringe with suspected meth. 

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Authorities in Allen County Searching for Car Break-in Suspects

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The Allen County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help finding 3 car break-in suspects. The break-ins happened just after Midnight Tuesday in the Country Railing Subdivision. In this video provided by the Allen County Sheriff's Department from their Facebook page you can see one of the alleged suspects. Authorities say 3 individuals are involved. If you have any information contact the Allen County Sheriff's Department.  

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Free Chick-Fil-A Breakfast

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You know the saying there's an app for that? Well now there's an app that will score you some free breakfast this month. If you download the free Chick-fil-A one mobile app you can choose a free breakfast entree now through September 30th. You can choose from the chicken biscuit, egg white grill or the hash brown scramble. The app's goal is to make ordering more convenient for consumers. You can customize your order, pay and even enjoy other free perks throughout the year.

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Experts Believe Ticks Out in Full Force

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Summer is starting to wind down, but experts are reminding everyone that ticks are still out in full force.

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Royal Palace Releases News of Newest Addition

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Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate are expecting baby number three. Kensington Palace broke the news after Kate had to cancel a royal engagement this morning.

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Tensions Rise as North Korea Most Powerful Test

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Tensions are escalating following North Korea's sixth and most powerful nuclear test on Sunday.

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Houston Faces More Flooding Due to Harvey

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Parts of Houston near two swollen reservoirs are facing more flooding, ten days after Harvey first made landfall.

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Annual Labor Day Race in Bowling Green Benefits Local Cause

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The 28th annual Run for Sight 5k took place this morning at Covington Woods Park.

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Hurricane Harvey Impacts Gas Prices Across US

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Gas prices have been steadily rising this past week due to hurricane Harvey striking a major oil pipeline in Texas.

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Court Date Set for Alleged Kenton Street Shooter

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The court date for the man who fatally shot a Western Kentucky University student over the weekend has been scheduled.

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28th Annual 'Run for Sight 5K'

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The 28th annual Run for Sight 5K took place Monday morning at Covington Woods Park. The races included a 1 mile bubble run for the kids, a 2 mile walk and a 5K run, which is part of the BG3, a race series that helps prepare runners for the BG 26.2 marathon race this fall. The race is put on by the Bowling Green Noon Lions Club and 100 percent of the proceeds benefit eyesight care for children and adults in the Warren County area. 

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Court Date Set for Fatal Bowling Green Shooting

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The court date has been scheduled for the man who fatally shot a Western Kentucky University student over the weekend. 21-year-old Peter Gall is accused of shooting and killing WKU student, 21-year-old Kenneth Davis, in the early morning hours of Sunday. Gall is set to appear in court in Warren County Tuesday for the charge of second degree manslaughter.

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SUV Crashes Into Laundromat, Injures Half a Dozen People

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An SUV plowed into a Staten Island laundromat Sunday and it was all caught on camera.

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Lexington Schools Go Into Lockdown

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A Lexington man is behind bars in Daviess County after he forced many area schools and business to go into lockdown Thursday.

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River Currents Cause Boat Crashing Into a Bridge

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The remnants of tropical storm Harvey are being felt in other areas of the country.
 

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WKU Opens Season with Victory Over In-State Rival

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College football returned this weekend and the WKU Hilltoppers were back in action with a new head coach and renewed an old rivalry.

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Scotties Win in Rout on Saturday

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WNKY's High School Game of The Week featured two traditional powerhouse programs.

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WKU Student Fatally Shot Sunday

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A WKU student was fatally shot early Sunday morning in Bowling Green.

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Guthrie Flood Waters Force Rescue Operation

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Waist deep flood water accumulated in parts of Todd County early Friday morning—forcing road closures and rescue operations. WNKY’s Alissa Kendrick witnessed the devastation first hand. 

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Floods Hit SoKY from Hurricane Harvey's Path

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Hurricane Harvey has made it's way to South Central Kentucky and it's causing some widespread flooding.

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Warren County Homes Flooded Friday

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In the southern region of Warren County. Around Elrod Road, is where most of the flooding happened.

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Power Outages Across SoKY Due to Severe Weather

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Today's storms have caused power outages for many people in the South Central Kentucky area.

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4th Person Arrested for Murder of a Russellville Woman

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A fourth arrest has been made in the murder of a Russellville woman, and police say they have another person of interest. 25-year-old Khalin Sparks has been arrested for his connection to the Lexus Bell murder-robbery that took place back in August 2016. 3 others were arrested earlier this month and police say another arrest could be coming. 

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Area High School Football Games Re-Scheduled

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The remnants of hurricane Harvey have made their way to South Central Kentucky and it's forcing high school football games to re-schedule. KHSAA said in a statement Wednesday that inclement weather is making schools change their scheduled Friday night games to Thursday or Saturday. Four local schools that have changed their games to Saturday: St. Xavier @ BGHS - 11:00 A.M. Saturday September 2, 2017. Fort Campbell @ Glasgow - 4:30 P.M. Saturday September 2, 2017. Allen Co. Scottsvill...

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6 Drug Trafficking Arrests in 6 Days in Edmonson County

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6 drug trafficking arrests have been made in the past 6 days in Edmonson County. Edmonson County Sheriff's Deputies arrested 24-year-old Austin White of Roundhill and 28-year-old Eric Sowders of Park City Wednesday for outstanding warrants. Upon further search of their vehicle on Sulphur Road, authorities found meth, marijuana and tramdol all packaged in bags for sale. Sowders and White are facing numerous drug charges including drug trafficking. 

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Chamber of Commerce Wins 2 Statewide Excellence Awards

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The chamber was recognized at the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Executives Annual Concert in Frankfort.

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"Mr. Kentucky" Receiving National Recognition as a Hero

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A Grayson County man being hailed as “Mr. Kentucky” is gaining attention across the country for his live interview he did while helping rescue people caught in the live flood waters in Houston.

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Debate & Protests Continue over Confederate Statue

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Dozens gathered in support of moving the statue of Jefferson Davis from the Kentucky capitol on Wednesday. 

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Mission Efforts Shift in South-East TX

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Rescue efforts continue in Southeast Texas today and in Houston, some of the water is starting to recede, allowing response teams to shift their mission to recovery. 

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Escaped Daviess County Inmate Back Behind Bars

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A Daviess County inmate that escaped earlier this week is back behind bars. 

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Shooting Victim Wants His Attacker Released

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Cameron Buckner shot Mason South in the head one year ago, now South is requesting he be released from jail.

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Traveling Vietnam Memorial Making a Stop in Cave City

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The Vietnam Memorial Traveling Wall is making a pit stop in Cave City for the Labor Day weekend.

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