Author: WNKY Staff

Cavanaugh announces her cancer is in remission

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Former WKU volleyball star Alyssa Cavanaugh tweeted on Monday that her cancer is in remission. FINALLY IN REMISSION ???????????? transplant coming soon ???? — Alyssa Cavanaugh (@cavanaugh7) January 28, 2019 Cavanaugh announced back in September that she had been diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. The former All-American then found out in late October that she would…

Lexington boy’s “Deflategate” science fair project goes viral

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18)– A 10-year-old Lexington boy’s football-related science project has gone viral. A Millcreek Elementary School third-grader aimed to scientifically prove that New England Patriot’s quarterback, Tom Brady, is a cheater. Ace Davis, 10, took on the 2015 “deflategate” as his science fair project. The problem was, “the NFL alleged that Tom Brady ordered the deliberate deflating of…

Snow Flurry Scurry reaches new heights in fifth year

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – A light snow shower on Saturday morning did not dampen the spirits for the Fifth Annual Snow Flurry Scurry, held at Lost River Cave. Runners took to the trails at Bowling Green’s popular attraction, all for a good cause. The race began on the paved Greenways Trail, crossed Cave Mill Road through the Bark Park and then…

Monday Motivator – SCK Kids on the Block

We know sometimes our greatest friendships come from the most unlikely places, and for many kids in south central Kentucky, those friends are puppets who educate them on forms of abuse and how to avoid those situations. Now a recent grant is on its way to strengthening this organization. In today’s Monday Motivator, we hear more about SCK Kids on…