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Tailgating Without the Tailgates?

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Tomorrow is WKU Football's annual Red and White Scrimmage, but student attendance might be down this year due to a new decision by the university on where to allow students to tailgate. 

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Semi Crashes In Woodford County Spilling Popsicles Onto the Road

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It was a sticky situation on a Kentucky interstate this morning. 

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Brett Guthrie Stops in Glasgow to Meet with Constituents

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Congressman Brett Guthrie stopped by T.J. Health pavilion in Glasgow today for a conversation with constituents. 

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WKU Poll Shows Kentuckians Side with Teachers Over Gov. Bevin

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A new poll from western Kentucky university shows Kentuckians favor protesting teacher's over governor Matt Bevin. 

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Glasgow Women Arrested in Nursing Facility Parking Lot on Drug Charges

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A woman is under arrest after she was found intoxicated in the NHC Nursing Facility parking lot. Glasgow Police say 54-year-old Anita Clark had meth and drug paraphernalia on her. 

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Fire Breaks Out at Edmonson County Nursing Home

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A scare this morning at a nursing home in Edmonson County after a fire breaks out in a resident's room.

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Credit Card Skimmers Found at a Russellville Gas Station

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This story will make you want to check your bank account. 

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Dozens Honored at Annual BGPD Awards

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Friday afternoon at the 2017 Bowling Green Police Department Awards, ten walked away with medals and over two dozen with awards—one of those, for the most Driving Under the Influence arrests. “It’s sights, its sounds, it’s images that you don’t ever really get rid of,” Recipient of the award, Officer Ed Pulley says, “they kind of stick with you.” In 2017, Officer Ed Pulley led the department with sixty-four DUI related arrests—hi... More>>

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WKU Spring Football Game and Red, White, and Brew are Tomorrow

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Spring has sprung so that means its time to get outside and enjoy some spring football.

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Bowling Green Man Arrested After Found With Five Pounds of Marijuana

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A Bowling Green man is being bars after police find around five pounds of marijuana, paraphernalia, and a loaded firearm, all with his four-year-old son inside the home.

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Job Fair Held at Housing Authority of Bowling Green

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Local businesses looking to lower the unemployment rate

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Taste Of Bowling Green Recap

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If you've ever wondered what the city of Bowling Green tastes like, then you may have experienced that flavor at one of the biggest events of the year last night. 

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Bowling Green Hosts Fifth Outlaw Street Car Reunion

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An event that should have a significant economic impact for Bowling Green is taking place at Beech Bend Park over the next few days. 

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Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce Excellence Awards

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The Bowling Green area Chamber of Commerce Excellence Awards were held Today.

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House Fire in Hardin County Claims a Life

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A man is dead after fire destroys a home in Hardin county.

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Hodgenville Residents Vote to Approve Alcohol Sales

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A Kentucky town has narrowly approved alcohol sales within city limits in a special election.

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Kentucky Officials Receive Training to Protect Elections From Hacking

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Kentucky's secretary of state says county officials are receiving cyber security training as the state bolsters efforts to protect its elections from the ongoing threat of hacking.

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Governor Matt Bevin Visits Muhlenberg County

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Governor Matt Bevin stopped in Muhlenberg County on Thursday to talk about the Kentucky Opportunity Zone Initiative. 

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Glasgow's First-Ever Brewery Opening in June

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Yancey’s Gastropub & Brewery got approved by the federal government Wednesday and is set to open in June—making it the first brewery to touch down on Glasgow streets. “I call it industrial chic,” Owner Jeff Jobe says. Yancey’s brews may be new, but the name Mr. Grayson Yancey is not. The name has been carved into the building since 1929 and it’s not going anywhere. “We’re going to incorporate Mr. Yancey and his family in the menu ...

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WKU Nonprofit Student Association Hosts Awards Luncheon

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Earlier today, Western Kentucky University's Nonprofit Student Association held it's 11th annual Nonprofit Awards Luncheon at Lost River Cave. 

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Arrest in Vehicle Break-ins Case in Hart County

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An update on a story we told you about a couple of weeks ago, Hart County Sheriff's Deputies have arrested a man they say is responsible for multiple vehicle break-ins.  

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Downtown Festival Brings Music and Philanthropy Together in SoKY

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Ten years. Two stages. Over one hundred bands. When it comes to the Bowling Green music scene, Tidball's Live on the Lot is an institution. And an invitation to attend is one no one can pass up.

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Annual Taste Of Bowling Green is Tonight

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Over 50 food, alcohol and beverage vendors will be at the Sloan Convention Center for the Annual Taste of Bowling Green, benefiting the Dream Factory starting at 7 p.m.

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Gov. Matt Bevin Comes To Muhlenberg County Today

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Bevin will be visiting newly announced opportunity zones.

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Annual Earth Day Festival at WKU

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The Annual Earth Day festival is underway on Western Kentucky University's campus. The festival is a celebration of the planet and sustainability.
 

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Living Hope Baptist Church Hosting "Cooking For Hope" Fundraiser

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Tonight at 6 PM, Living Hope Baptist Church will be hosting a fundraiser called Cooking For Hope that benefits the Hope House of Bowling Green. 

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KY High School To Perform In Macy's Parade

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A Kentucky high school band has announced that they will be playing in the 2019 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, a spectacle everyone looks forward to seeing every year.

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Brian Privett to Fill Opening for Circuit Court Judge

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Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has appointed Brian Privett to fill an opening for Circuit Court Judge for Scott, Woodford and Bourbon counties. Privett, of Paris, will serve until the position is filled by the November elections. He is a graduate of the University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law. A release from the governor's office says he has practiced civil litigation, property, wills and estates, family law, criminal defense and other areas. He has served as Assistant County... More>>

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Bowling Green Photo Contest

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Living in Bowling Green and the Warren County area, we all know how beautiful the scenery and buildings can be.

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WKU Literacy Center Remembers Former First Lady Barbara Bush

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Barbara Bush was the matriarch of an American political dynasty. The wife of the 41st president, mother of the 43rd, and a champion of literacy. 

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Bowling Green Auctioning off Playground Equipment

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Looking to build a playground in your back yard? The city of Bowling Green may be able to help.

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WKU Dean Comments on Budget Cuts

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Yesterday we had a story for you about how WKU  students are responding to the announcement of a new $16 million dollar budget cut today we spoke with the dean of the Potter College of Arts and Letters.

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Two Under Arrest In Warren County for Theft of Landscaping Equipment

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A man and a woman are under arrest in Warren County for allegedly stealing thirty thousand dollars worth of landscaping equipment.

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Eighth Annual Walk to Raise Awareness for Child Abuse in Logan County

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For the eighth consecutive year, Logan County residents took a break out of their work day to raise awareness for victims of child abuse. 

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Gov. Bevin to Visit Muhlenberg County Tomorrow

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Governor Matt Bevin set to visit Muhlenberg County tomorrow.

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Beshear Files Fifth Lawsuit Against an Opioid Manufacturer

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Kentucky's democratic attorney general has filed a fifth lawsuit against a pharmaceutical company for deceptive marketing of opioid-based painkillers.

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114 Marijuana Plants Seized From Hart County Home

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A Hart County man was growing a lot of plants, but not the kind you would expect.

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Bowling Green Ranked 20th Best City in U.S. to Start a Business

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According to a study by WalletHub, Bowling Green is one of the top 20 best cities in the United States to start a small business. In order to determine the list, WalletHub compared over 1, 200 cities across three key dimensions: business environment, access to resources, and business costs. Those cities all had a population between 25,000 and 100,000. From there, they evaluated the cities on 18 related categories and calculated the averages, landing Bowling Green in rank #20. Phil... More>>

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Former KY Bank Executive Sentenced for Defrauding a Bank of More Than $1 Million

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A former Kentucky bank executive is sentenced to upward of four years in prison for allegedly defrauding a bank of more than a million-dollars. 

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BGIS Superintendent Reacts to KY Commissioner of Education's Resignation

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Tuesday evening, the Kentucky Board of Education accepted the resignation of Dr. Stephen Pruitt, the Commissioner of Education, and Bowling Green Independent Schools reacted to the decision on twitter.

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Hart County Police Investigation Leads to Drug Arrest

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114 marijuana plants, grow lights, drug paraphernalia, firearms, and stolen property were seized, and two arrests were made Tuesday in Hart County. 

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CIA Director Met North Korean Leader

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President Trump hinted at it Tuesday afternoon and confirmed it on twitter this morning, CIA Director Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jong Un in North Korea.

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Kentucky Ranks Near Bottom of Green States List

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According to a new study, our state ranks near the bottom of the list for the greenest states in the country. 

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State Health Department Recommending Hepatitis-A Vaccinations for Six Counties

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The Kentucky Department for Public Health is recommending Hepatitis A vaccinations for everyone in six counties associated with an outbreak of the illness.

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Distracted Driver Sentenced in Fatal Crash Case

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A driver who admitted using her cellphone when she struck and killed two toddlers and their grandfather in Boone County has been sentenced to 7 and a half years in prison.

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WKU Campus Boulevard to Close Nightly Through Friday

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A traffic alert to tell you about tonight near the WKU campus.

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BGPD Seeking Info on Wanted Robber

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Tonight, police in Bowling Green are asking for your help finding Jimmy D. Morris.

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KY Education Commissioner Resigns

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News tonight out of Frankfort, Kentucky's education commissioner is out. 

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WKU Announces Additional Budget Cuts

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Towards the end of February WKU President Timothy Caboni announced a phase of budget cuts that eliminated 119 full-time positions across the university in response to a $15 million deficit. 

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Bowling Green Elementary School Hosts Career Fair

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Today, students at Natcher Elementary School in Warren County may have gotten a little bit of a better idea as to what they want to be when they grow up.  

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Glasgow PD to Host Drug Take Back Event

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Police in Glasgow are asking residents to turn in their unwanted and old medications. 

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Bevin Apologizes Again for Friday's Remarks

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Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin held a press conference Tuesday morning to reflect on accomplishments of the Kentucky education and workforce development cabinet.

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Honoring Local Volunteer Fire Fighters During National Volunteer Week

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April 15th-21st  is National Volunteer Week and WNKY wants to highlight the important members in community not only volunteering, but put their life on the line doing so. The Gott Volunteer Fire Department is made up of one chief and thirty-one volunteer fire fighters, getting paid nothing to go on over three-hundred runs per year—nights, weekends, holidays, whenever the call comes in. “It takes a special person to dedicate that time,” Gott Fire Chief Jason Du... More>>

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Man Saved By High Risk Organ Transplant

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Hatem Tolba cherishes every single day with his family. Three years ago, the healthy father celebrated his wedding anniversary and two days later was in a medically induced coma.

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Grandmother Accused of Murder on Nationwide Manhunt

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Police believe 56 year old, Lois Riess killed her husband and then killed a Florida woman who looked like her so she could steal her identity.

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Register for Kentucky Primary Elections

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Kentuckians have less than a week left to register to vote in next month's primary election.

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Kentucky Teachers Wear Black To Protest Bevin

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Some Seneca High School teachers and students all sported black yesterday -- in light of Governor Matt Bevin's Friday comments that children were being sexually assaulted while teachers were rallying at the capitol. 

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BGPD Offering a Reward in Gun Theft Case

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An update on a gun store burglary that happened in Bowling Green over the weekend. 

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State Tax Bill Increases Cigarette Tax

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If you're a frequent smoker of cigarettes, you might find yourself paying a little more for a pack of smokes very soon. 

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Beshear Releases 2017 Tax Returns

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Kentucky's democratic Attorney General has released his 2017 tax returns and has asked all of the state's constitutional officers to do the same. 

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Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum set to Open New Building in October

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A Kentucky building will be the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum when it opens in October after a name change. 

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Bowling Green Restaurant Reopens

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The weather caused a popular restaurant to shut its doors in Bowling Green in February, today it reopened.

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Barren County Man Under Arrest for Identity Theft

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A Barren County man is behind bars, charged with impersonating his brother.  

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Some Edmonson County Residents Upset Over Music Video

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The country-rap duo, Twang and Round's latest song called, "Devil to Pay" has some local religious groups upset. 

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Locals Recall Destruction on 20th Anniversary of Bowling Green Hail Storm

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If you are a south-central Kentucky native, some of you might vividly remember this day 20 years ago. 

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Bowling for a Good Cause

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Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Bowling Green hosted their "Bowl For Kids' Sake" event.

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Special Olympics Held in Scottsville

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On Saturday in Allen County, the Center for Courageous Kids, along with the County Special Olympics, welcomed athletes from all over the region.


 

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Very First Dog Friendly Cafe Opens In New York!

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At Boris & Horton in New York City the seats and treats are not just for humans.

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New Fire Hall Being Built in Auburn

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Big changes coming to small city of Auburn.

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Prison Riot Kills Inmates Sunday Night

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Seven inmates were killed and 17 injured following an incident at Lee Correctional in South Carolina, Sunday night.

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Greenwood Mall Sporting Goods Store Robbed on Saturday

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On Saturday, the Bowling Green Police Department was dispatched to the Dunham's Sports in Greenwood Mall after reports of a man had broken into the store and stolen a case filled with guns. 

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Bevin Apologizes After Insensitive Comments

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Kentucky governor Matt Bevin is receiving a lot of backlash for a harsh and insensitive comment. It was during his criticizing statement given Friday towards teachers who protested in Frankfort. He apologized for the remarks Sunday in a four-minute video by saying: "I am sorry for those of you, every single one of you, that has been hurt by things that I've said." More>>

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Overcrowded Indiana Jail Sends Inmates to Kentucky

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Inmates at an overcrowded Indiana jail will be getting a road trip as officials move them to jails in Kentucky and Illinois to alleviate the congestion.
 

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Bowling Green Man Charged with Endangering Ex-Wife's Life

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A man allegedly unhooks the hood on his soon to be ex- wife's jeep, causing her to almost wreck on the interstate. 

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Facebook CEO Testifies To Congress Today

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Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, testifies before Congress this afternoon to discuss the social media giant's mishandling of millions of users personal data. 

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Bill Cosby's Second Day Of Trial... With More Security

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Bill Cosby arrived this morning for the second day of his sexual assault retrial with heightened security. 

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DNA Connects Kentucky Man To 2016 Rape

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A Kentucky man is accused of raping a 14 year old girl after the results of a DNA test connected him to the alleged assault. 

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Missing Body Found in Bowling Green

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A body has been found on Louisville Road. 

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Body of Missing Bowling Green Man Discovered

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The body of a missing Bowling Green man has been discovered in a creek.

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Teacher Job Fair Returns to Briarwood Elementary School

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WCPS recruiting potential teachers through job fair.

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Fire in Bowling Green On Lakeland Drive

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Fire officials were called to the scene of a house fire in Bowling Green on Monday evening.

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Louisville Officers Shoot Man Holding Screwdriver

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Police body camera video shows a man armed with a screwdriver who was shot by officers in Louisville. 

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Man Under Arrest in Glasgow After Attempting to Pay With Counterfeit Money

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An Indiana man is under arrest, after it was discovered he was trying to pay with several counterfeit bills at the Walmart in Glasgow.

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Kelly Autism Program is Changing Lives in Bowling Green

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A special program in Bowling Green is giving those with autism in the community a better chance at life every day.

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Recall on Beef Shipped to Retailers in Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio

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Federal authorities say an Ohio-based food company is recalling more than 14,000 pounds  of pulled barbecued beef products that could be contaminated with rubber.

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Construction Starts on New Playground in Bowling Green

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Construction is underway on Bowling Green's newest playground.  

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Two Hart County Men Under Arrest, Accused of Firing Gun Towards Neighbor's Home

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Two men are behind bars for allegedly firing a weapon toward a neighbor's home.  

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