Author: WNKY Staff

Miley Cyrus, Red Hot Chili Peppers and more added to GRAMMY Awards® lineup

(CBS) – CBS and the Recording Academy™ announced the next wave of artists to perform on THE 61ST ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS®. In what are sure to be unforgettable GRAMMY moments, GRAMMY winners Red Hot Chili Peppers will join Post Malone, and Music’s Biggest Night® will feature the incredible talents of current multi-GRAMMY nominee Brandi Carlile, past GRAMMY nominee Miley Cyrus,…

Living Well – Allergy sniffing dog

It’s a rare condition that leaves some people allergic to almost everything. 15-year old Martina Baker has mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS). That means a whiff of a certain scent or taking a shower can send her into anaphylactic shock which can be fatal. The teen is now facing the world again with a very special four-legged companion.

VIP – Brian Jarvis, Tidball’s Benefit Concert

With a benefit concert held, Tidball’s raised over $3,000 for the family of Jude, Norah and Hannah. Brian Jarvis of Tidball’s sits down with WNKY’s Julie Milam to discuss the impact of the concert on the family and the Bowling Green community. To donate today, visit and search ‘Jude, Norah and Hannah’s Medical Bills.’

Wednesday marks one year since deadly Marshall County High School shooting

BENTON, Ky.- A year ago Wednesday, tragedy struck at Marshall County High School. Before the morning bell rang on Jan. 23, 2018, a gunman killed two people and injured several others. On Wednesday, the school held a remembrance assembly. Principal, Patricia Greer, said the students still went to class. Students also participated in several service projects today before school, such…

Kentucky lawmakers push for smoke-free school campuses

FRANKFORT, Ky. – A new bill in Kentucky could possibly clear the air of smoke from all schools statewide. Students, school district leaders and healthcare professionals gathered in the Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday in Frankfort. The groups rallied to encourage lawmakers to pass a “tobacco-free students bill.” House Bill-11 and Senate Bill-27 would make all Kentucky schools K-12 100 percent tobacco-free….