Updated: 6:59 PM When you take your child to school each day, you hope you're not dropping them off near a sexual predator. The good news today is a growing number of states are banning released sex offenders from living near or visiting schools, playgrounds, or other areas where children gather. Kentucky is one of them. Here, offenders on parole or probation cannot live within 1,000 feet of a school or daycare. But, those rules don't apply when the sex offender is a juvenile.
Updated: 11:42 AM Tuesday night's storms left many in Western Kentucky seeking shelter in a basement or bathtub. However, there is a way to make sure you stay safe in your house just by having a special re-enforced room.
Updated: 7:00 PM You know sex offenders are out there, but do you know how many of them live next door, or worse, sit next to your child at school? You probably don't. And even more disturbing, the people who are supposed to protect your children everyday don't have to tell you.
Updated: 11:35 AM According to statistics in Kentucky, over 25,000 people will be diagnosed with cancer this year. This startling statistic not only hits home for one Bowling Green resident, but it also has some Western Kentucky athletes donating their time and abilities to help fight cancer.