Agriculture secretary to talk opioid abuse in Appalachia

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack is heading to Appalachia to talk about the scourge of opioid addiction devastating the region.

Letisha Robinson Davidson is one of many raising money for former WKU cheerleader Spenser Bradley, who has just been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.

Kentucky State Police are urging people to plan ahead for Independence Day celebrations by designating a sober driver if they plan to be out on roadways.

Hot Rods lose in slugfest with Whitecaps

SWHS receiver Hayes pledges to Purdue

Meet the 'you've got mail' voice

Chris Allen's Thursday Morning Update

Monroe County robbery suspect crashes in Barren County

Super 8 Motel robbed

Bowling Green home ransacked and burglarized

Bowling Green Church helps refugees

The surprising origin of Dippin' Dots

Burglary at a Dollar Tree in Bowling Green

Armed robbery at Hucks in Hennessy Way in Bowling Green

Shane's Wednesday Evening Forecast

Metcalfe, Cumberland Counties prepare for the next step

Crime Stoppers: Stolen Cash

Woman held at gunpoint during burglary in Logan County

New traffic signal on Russellville Road in Bowling Green

Four-star forward puts WKU in top seven

Russell Springs facility doubles workforce

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