More Headlines

Voters Head to Polls on Tuesday

Updated: 11/04/2007 - It's expected to be one of the closest races for governor in Kentucky history. Republican Governor Ernie Fletcher and his Democrat opponent Steve Beshear are in the midst of one last push for votes. But will the closeness of their race bring more state voters to the polls?

Read More

Greek Organizations Gearing Up for Homecoming Week

Updated: 11/04/2007 - Western Kentucky University's campus will soon be full of activities this week for Homecoming. For many of WKU Greek organizations, the week also means competition time.

Read More

Area Special Olympic Groups Hit the Pins

Posted: 11/04/2007 - Bowlers and their families set foot on the lined hardwood floors during the annual event at Southern Lanes. By competing, the groups qualified for the state tournament in Lexington.

Read More

Ky. Army Depot Receives Four Violations

Updated: 11/04/2007 - According to a report filed by the Kentucky Division of Waste Management, the Bluegrass Army Depot in Richmond failed numerous requirements leading to four citations by state officials and criminal investigators.

Read More

Pulaski County Skeletal Remains Identified

Posted: 11/04/2007 - The Pulaski County coroner says a man whose grandfather was caretaker of the property several years ago believes there were three graves on the land.

Read More

Mother and Son Charged With TennCare Fraud

Posted: 11/04/2007 - A Bowling Green man admits to crossing the state line to illegally obtain TennCare benefits and investigators say his mother did the same thing.

Read More

Local Party Leaders Marshall Voters

Posted: 11/04/2007 - Local chapters of the Republican and Democratic parties are in full gear, encouraging people to get out and vote on Election Day.

Read More

WKU Approves President Ransdell Contract Extension

Updated: 11/04/2007 - Western Kentucky University's Board of Regents approved a contract that would keep President Gary Ransdell around through the year 2022. On Nov. 3, the board met to discuss Ransdell's future with the university.

Read More

Hometown Hero: Allen County Rescue Workers

Updated: 11/04/2007 - When emergencies arise, it's crucial that rescue workers work together as a team. When two young boys became lost on Barren River, the Allen County Rescue Squad and fire departments, with some help from Air Evac, came together for a happy ending.

Read More

Toys For Tots Gears Up For Annual Toy Drive

Updated: 11/04/2007 - Christmas is right around the corner and many people are already buying gifts for their loved ones. "Toys for Tots" is also preparing to give gifts to needy children, but they need your help.

Read More

Governor Fletcher Visits Bowling Green

Updated: 11/04/2007 - Republican Governor Ernie Fletcher made a stop in Bowling Green on Friday. His challenger, Democrat Steve Beshear was in South-Central Kentucky Wednesday. This week, both candidates spoke to WBKO about their plans for the state and our city.

Read More

Ex-Police Colonel Suing City of Bowling Green

Updated: 11/04/2007 - Former Police Colonel Jerry Wells is suing the city of Bowling Green. Wells claims he was denied the opportunity to apply for chief of police in 2006 because of his age.

Read More

Frozen Pizza Recall

Updated: 11/04/2007 - There's another nationwide recall, but this time it's for a popular brand of frozen pizzas that could be contaminated with the dangerous bacteria E.coli.

Read More

In-Humane Society?

Posted: 11/01/2007 - Dogfighting has been one of the top headlines in 2007. The "sport" which pits dogs against each other in a fight for their lives is hardly what most people would imagine doing.

Read More

States Enforce Their Own Immigration Laws

Updated: 11/01/2007 - The federal government has been talking about tougher immigration reform for many years. Now, it seems individual states are the only entities actually doing something by enacting their own regulations on un-documented people.

Read More

Hartman Man Wins New Pontiac in Minit Mart Game

Posted: 11/01/2007 - Being a faithful Minit Mart customer pays off for a Hartford man in the form of a new set of wheels. Tim McKeown picked up his new Pontiac Solstice on Nov. 1 at the Minit Mart on Morgantown Rd.

Read More

Firewood Prices on Rise as Temperatures Cool

Updated: 11/01/2007 - You may have noticed fuel prices have already increased this week, but that's not the only prices on the rise. As temperatures begin to get cooler the demand for firewood is up and so are the prices.

Read More

Ex-State Trooper Cuts Plea Deal in DUI Crash

Updated: 11/01/2007 - Commonwealth Attorney Jim Crawford tells the Associated Press Larry Carey pleaded guilty to amended charges. Crawford says Carey will also pay $700 a month to Edwin and Maria Gregory, the couple whose car he hit head-on while off duty.

Read More

Boy Who Called 911 After Mother Killed Will Live With Father

Updated: 11/01/2007 - Matthew Pete called 911 on September 12 to report that his mother, 31-year-old Tracy Burke, and her former mother-in-law, 53-year-old Karen Comer, had been killed the night before at Comer's Rineyville home.

Read More

WKU Police Investigate Sexual Abuse Crime Near Campus

Updated: 11/02/2007 - The Western Kentucky University Police Department is working on a sexual abuse crime near Western's campus. The incident is alleged to have happened to a female student on October 2, a little after 11 a.m. in Mimosa Alley.

Read More
WBKO 2727 Russellville Road Bowling Green, KY 42101-3976 Phone: 270-781-1313 After Hours Hotline: 270-781-6397 Fax: 270-781-1814
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability