The American Red Cross estimates Hurricane Katrina relief efforts will cost two billion dollars, and help nearly one million families with urgent needs for food and shelter, financial assistance, and physical and metal health services.
Updated: 5:14 PM
14 months after he left for Iraq, Richardsville Elementary art teacher Chris Calvert is back in the classroom.
Updated: 3:35 PM
October 5, 2005.
Updated: 1:05 PM
A state representative announces he is switching his party affiliation.
Updated: 8:01 AM
Soon when you go out to eat there will be changes. Maybe not changes that are immediately obvious, but there will be changes. As of January 1, 2007 the Barren River District Health Department will require all restaurants to have at least one employee certified in food handling.
Updated: 7:00 PM
As families across the Gulf Coast begin to pick up the pieces Hurricane Katrina left behind, two area churches are trying to help.
Updated: 4:24 PM
Two inmates escaped from the Hart County Jail early Sunday morning.
Updated: 9:34 PM
The restaurant, Bolton's Landing, in Glasgow has now gone smoke free.
Updated: 9:34 PM
Some area residents are outraged over their living conditions and say they want the apartments to be condemned.
Updated: 5:52 PM
The fourth annual Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society Adopt-A-Thon was a success for seven happy animals who found forever homes.
Updated: 5:25 PM
A Glasgow man wins almost a quarter-of-a-million dollars, after suing Red Lobster for giving him Hepatitis-A.
Updated: 4:48 PM
Bowling Green Police are asking for your help after an area bank was robbed.
Updated: 9:51 AM
Jim Host announces he is resigning for health reasons.
Updated: 9:50 AM
The first ever story book for fans of Western Kentucky University's mascot Big Red is released.
Updated: 10:40 PM
A group of former employees at an online university call center are fighting to get their last paychecks.
Updated: 5:14 PM
For months we've been telling you about personal stories of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The hospital specializes in treating catastrophic diseases. WBKO's Ashley Davidson has the story of a little Kentucky boy named William and how the hospital has helped him.
Updated: 4:56 PM
Bowling Green Police are asking for your help, after a suspect involved in a shooting gets away.
Updated: 10:15 AM
A Bowling Green restaurant is fighting a customer who claims he caught Hepatitis-A there.
Updated: 7:04 PM
Even more National Guard troops from Kentucky are preparing to deploy. They are heading to Alexandria, Louisiana to assist in Hurricane Katrina relief.
Updated: 7:03 PM
A Leitchfield soldier is remembered after he was killed in Iraq.
Updated: 7:02 PM
A boil water advisory remains in effect for parts of Edmonson County.
Updated: 5:53 PM
Sublett will go to federal court in February.
Updated: 7:36 PM
A prominent Bowling Green businessman is suing a brokerage firm that was once involved in insider trading.
Updated: 7:25 PM
The days of hearing “10-4” and other law enforcement jargon over a police radio are coming to an end.
Posted: 6:15 PM
For victims of Hurricane Katrina computers are usually the last thing on their replacement list. But that was not the case for one little girl in Bowling Green.
Updated: 10:12 AM
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