Updated: 1:20 PM About 30,000 lives could be saved a year if everyone over the age of 50 got screened for colon cancer. But, doctors are seeing patients diagnosed with the cancer earlier and earlier. It's Colon Cancer Awareness Month, Courtney Lassiter shows you it's never to early to start checking your family tree for anyone with colon cancer history.
Posted: 3:59 AM Pro-life activists throughout the state could have a new way to show their support.
Updated: 11:45 PM Every year one organization gathers its tools, lumber and volunteers from the community to build houses for those who otherwise couldn't afford to buy one. Sunday, Habitat for Humanity held an informational meeting as the organization begins their search for new homeowners.
Updated: 9:36 PM Investigators continue to look into what caused an early morning house fire.
Updated: 8:29 PM Spring Break has officially started for students at Western Kentucky University and while some students will be hitting the beaches all week, there are a group of students who will be spending their Spring Break in a different way.
Posted: 6:36 PM Monday is the first day of spring. Along with longer days and warmer weather comes an increase in allergies. Many things can trigger an allergy. Ashley Davidson tells us the top four culprits for our area and some ways to treat them.
Updated: 6:43 PM For senior citizens entering or re-entering the workforce, finding a job can sometimes be tough. But a local non-profit organization is helping seniors gain the skills they need to get back on their feet.
Updated: 6:40 PM The latest national child pornography bust took 27 possible offenders off the streets but not for good. After sexual offenders serve their time often they go back into society.
Updated: 6:32 PM The Army says six soldiers from the Fort Campbell-based 101st Airborne division have died this week in Iraq.
Updated: 6:34 PM Lady Toppers & UK in Action
Updated: 1:29 PM What's Saint Patrick's Day without corned beef and cabbage? A dilemma for devout Catholics with Irish heritage. Courtney Lassiter tells you why.
Posted: 3:47 AM That last bit of pasta might not be the only thing you can take home in a doggie bag.
Posted: 6:26 PM Kentucky health department officials and Governor Fletcher are working to establish a plan on what would happen if the avian flu comes here. WBKO spoke with the Barren River Area District Health department about how prepared we are on the local level to keep you safe.
Updated: 5:03 PM A national child pornography bust hits close to home arresting one person from Clarksville, Tennessee. Bowling Green police tell you what you can do to protect your children.
Updated: 2:20 PM Kentucky's youngest drivers may face longer waits before getting their license.
Updated: 9:49 AM A bill that would allow mothers to breast-feed their babies in public will soon head to the Governor.
Updated: 2:53 PM A sheriff's deputy and a seven-month-old baby remain hospitalized, following an accident Tuesday morning.
Updated: 6:38 PM Several area athletes will receive one thousand dollar scholarships from National City Bank.