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According to deputies, Hoffman had been smoking marijuana before driving his car. His passenger, 19-year-old Kaitlyn Gentry was flown to Vanderbilt Hospital for her injuries. [Read More]
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According to police, they responded to Little Work Acres Trailer Park in reference to a person beating on the door with a gun on Monday. [Read More]
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Cumberland Trace Elementary School has announced a new principal. [Read More]
April 13th at 7pm. [Read More]
Rain and thunderstorms roll in late Sunday... [Read More]
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A Powerball ticket that matched all the white ball winning numbers but not the Powerball was sold for last night's drawing in Radcliff. The... [Read More]
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Rain and thunderstorms roll in late Sunday... [Read More]
Reckless driving leads to drugs, guns, and wanton endangerment charges. [Read More]
WKU Football holds its annual Pro Day on Wednesday, March 20. [Read More]
Sports fans around Bowling Green have their eye on March 19th for a number of reasons. Tuesday marks the start of the NCAA Tournament along... [Read More]
Seven former WKU Hilltoppers took the next step forward in the pursuit of a career in professional football as they worked through the program's annual... [Read More]
Kick Butts Day, a national movement to raise awareness about the problems of tobacco, was seen on WKU's campus as public health students and their... [Read More]
Motion by Rene Boucher trial heard... [Read More]
Blustery and a bit chilly for the first full day of Spring... [Read More]
Multiple distilleries, food by The Night Cap, 1920s themed cocktails, music and more at The Charleston in downtown Bowling Green. [Read More]
On Wednesday, Rene Boucher's attorney, Matt Baker, presented his motions to Judge Tyler Gill for a retrial. [Read More]
JA Classroom of the Week... [Read More]
Kick Butts Day, a national movement to raise awareness about the problems of tobacco, was seen on WKU's campus as public health students and their... [Read More]
On March 6, Colson Angel was operated on at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital to remove a mass from his brain, which turned out to be cancerous. [Read More]
WCSO were called to a home on Whites Chapel Road Wednesday morning after a shots fired complaint just before 8 a.m. [Read More]
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