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A convicted terrorist, who was living in Bowling Green at the time of his arrest has a motion to vacate, set aside, or correct his... [Read More]
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The South Central Workforce Development Board hires Robert Boone to become its first President & CEO. [Read More]
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The Franklin City Commission held a special called meeting on Thursday to reveal the results of a county wide survey over the proposed Franklin Aquatic... [Read More]
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A 70-year-old man was arrested in Edmonson County this week following a drug complaint. [Read More]
Brie makes blueberry handpies and talks about this Saturday's Pickin' on the Patio. [Read More]
Rachana Pasupuleti will perform her solo dance recital 'Bharatanatyam Arangetram.'... [Read More]
The museum will host a reception on Saturday honoring 'wisdom keepers' in the community. [Read More]
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This is the second straight year the WKU running back has earned this honor... [Read More]
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Students from all over the country are at WKU this week honing their meteorology skills. [Read More]
Some Relief Coming Late Weekend... [Read More]
Some Relief Coming Late Weekend... [Read More]
A deputy responded to the scene of a Beechmont tattoo parlor early Thursday morning where he witness 'substantial damage.'... [Read More]
Questions on healthcare continue. One local insurance agent says what could happen if the Affordable Care Act is repealed. [Read More]
Wendy's 'Countdown To Kickoff' previews the Cougars of Logan County. [Read More]
A decomposing body was found just before 5:00 p.m. Wednesday in a home on Southland Drive. [Read More]
Wendy's 'Countdown To Kickoff' previews the Cougars of Logan County. [Read More]
Questions on healthcare continue. One local insurance agent says what could happen if the Affordable Care Act is repealed. [Read More]
An amendment to Kentucky's constitution is being filed and considered a third time. [Read More]
'Stomping is still the best way to extract the juice from the grapes, and plus, people just really enjoy stomping them,' says Drew Rogers, owner... [Read More]
Democrats across the country are sounding off on President Trump's Commission on Election Integrity, including Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes. [Read More]
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