Updated: 8:45 PM Led by traditional Chinese Lion Dancers to summon luck and fortune, several hundred people entered Helm Library Friday to participate in the new Confucius Institute Chinese Learning Center at Western Kentucky University.
Updated: 9:28 PM An eighth-grader from Louisville's Meyzeek Middle School has won the National Geographic Bee for Kentucky in Bowling Green.
Updated: 7:18 PM When a local 11-year-old found out his friend has cancer, he immediately got to work raising money, but he had no idea he'd get such a big response.
Posted: 8:29 PM Most school districts in the area canceled class today and several will do the same tomorrow.
Updated: 9:59 PM If today was unproductive for the town of Scottsville, you could certainly understand.
Updated: 4:54 AM WKU Board of Regents moves to avoid future pay raise problems.
Updated: 7:31 PM A local 11 year old is recognized as WBKO's Hometown Hero for his efforts to eradicate bullying.
Updated: 6:10 PM Area seniors involved in the Foster Grandparent Program from ten area counties were recognized for their volunteer efforts Tuesday.
Posted: 10:32 PM Almost two months into the school year, and one area high school finally has a full-time principal.
Posted: 9:41 PM Leaders in Allen County get some much needed funding to help educate the area's youth about drug prevention.
Updated: 6:32 PM Chinese will be taught at three local high schools in Warren County.
Updated: 7:38 AM This weekend, local businesses are pitching in to help Warren County Public Schools.
Updated: 7:25 AM Jeb Bush and Howard Dean to speak at NKU's Annual Fidelity Investments Alumni Lecture in the fall.
Updated: 10:47 PM School has started for kids and teachers alike, but one faculty member sees her year at school end quickly.
Updated: 10:54 PM Dr. Chris Groves, an internationally renowned expert in hydrogeology and water resources, has been appointed as University Distinguished Professor at Western Kentucky University.
Posted: 10:46 PM Students interested in floral design careers will have an opportunity to blossom at a new Western Kentucky University Florist & Floral Design Training Center.
Updated: 8:25 PM At first, the "Back to School Bash" was canceled, but thanks to a 1920's Bowling Green Club, The Bash is on. The Bowling Green Noon Rotary Club donated five-thousand-dollars to the Warren County School District to serve 700 kids needing school supplies.