Author: WNKY Staff

Man accused of robbery

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – A Bowling Green man is accused of robbing another man’s iPhone at gunpoint Friday in the 700 block of Patton Way. The victim said, he found his stolen iPhone listed for sale on Facebook Marketplace. He provided the phone’s serial number to police. Bowing Green police responded to the area of the robbery where they found…

Monday Motivator – Kiosha Owens

During the Live United Awards on January 24th Kiosha Owens, a mother of six who dropped out of high school at age 15, received one of the biggest awards of the night. The shooting star award. But it wasn’t an easy road to get where she is today. And now she just wants to be an example for her kids…

Living Well – Macronutrients

We all know the formula to lose weight: you just need to burn more calories than you take in. Counting those calories on an app or writing them down can sometimes help you lose major pounds. But going beyond that and monitoring micro and macronutrients can lead you to better health and a more sustainable diet for your lifetime.

12th Annual Fur Ball raises money for local humane society

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – The pet-loving community of Bowling Green came together on Saturday night for the 12th Annual Fur Ball at the Sloan Convention Center. Money raised at the event went to benefit the Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society, and it gave the community the chance to enjoy dinner and a night of fun. A silent auction was…

Sunrise Spotlight – Rhett Flener

In this edition of Sunrise Spotlight, local star Rhett Flener and his parents visit the SoKY Sunrise studios. Rhett recently went viral online after his mother posted a video of him at his birthday party. The video has now been viewed 85 million times on Facebook since it was posted. To learn more about Rhett’s story or to donate to…

SoKY’s Choice – African American Museum

Today is February 1st which means this is the first day of Black History Month and you may be surprised to learn that Bowling Green has a very rich black history of its own. From the black community of Jonesville that was formerly located where WKU is today to the historic ShakeRag district, that history is right here in our…