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Trial For Man Accused of Shooting Neighbor Begins

Updated: 11/19/2007 - An 82-year-old man accused of murdering his next-door neighbor three years ago goes on trial today, Nov. 19, even though his attorneys claim he's not physically fit for the process.

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Kentucky Hunting Season Proving Deadly For Hunters

Posted: 11/19/2007 - The current hunting season is proving to be a deadly one for hunters in Kentucky. The Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife resources reports at least five people killed in hunting accidents statewide.

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Parents Push to Protect Children Online Following Daughter's Suicide

Updated: 11/19/2007 - A 13-year-old girl found herself in the middle of a cruel cyber hoax and her parents say it led to their daughter's suicide. Now, more than a year after Megan Meier's death, her parents are pushing for measures to protect other children.

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Thanksgiving Shoppers Hit Grocery Stores Early

Updated: 11/18/2007 - Thanksgiving is just around the corner and local grocery stores are making sure they've got a full supply of all the holiday foods. But even with stores bracing themselves for the coming week's rush, some area residents are already picking some items for Thursday's big dinner.

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Hollywood and Broadway Strikes Show Hope

Updated: 11/18/2007 - Still upset that your late-night TV favorite is in re-runs? Or are you worried that your plans to see a New York-Broadway show during the holidays won't happen? Well, there's some news for you. And in this case, some news--any news is good news.

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"Operation Christmas Child" Hits Home

Updated: 11/18/2007 - Millions of boys and girls around the world live a difficult life or in difficult circumstances, and as we prepare to celebrate the upcoming holidays many of these children don't have a lot to look forward to. It's one reason why "Operation Christmas Child" is in place nationwide.

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Eastern Kentucky Nurses Strike Continues

Updated: 11/18/2007 - Both sides have attempted to find common ground but the nurse's chief negotiator says no significant movement has been made yet. The strike has been tough for those walking the picket line as well as those who cross it.

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Analysts Predict Barry Bonds' Career Likely Over

Posted: 11/18/2007 - It is the talk of the sport's world, "The Shame of the Game" headlines scream "Liar." On the radio and online, people are discussing the Barry Bonds' indictment to the grand jury for using steroids.

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Could Olde Stone Auction Reflect Local House Market?

Updated: 11/18/2007 - It was an incredible deal for several area residents. Eight homes in the upscale Olde Stone residential area were auctioned off early Nov. 17. But could a low sales market for homes in Bowling Green have caused these houses being auctioned, rather than sold in a traditional way?

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Super Saturday Balloon Launch Helps Kids Learn

Updated: 11/18/2007 - Nov. 17 was the last day of learning for elementary and middle school students participating in WKU's Super Saturday event. The four-weekend program is sponsored by the Center for Gifted Studies at WKU.

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Water Shortage Advisory Over Warren County Lifted

Updated: 11/18/2007 - The Bowling Green Municipal Utilities along with Warren County Water District have announced that the water shortage advisory over Warren County has been lifted.

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First Case of Influenza Hits the Commonwealth

Updated: 11/18/2007 - The first case of Influenza has been confirmed in the Commonwealth. It was reported in Fayette County. Currently, Kentucky's flu activity is classified as sporadic, that's the lowest level.

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WKU Receives Grant From National Math and Science Initiative

Updated: 11/18/2007 - A critical shortage of math and science teachers is being addressed by a nearly $2.5-million grant at Western Kentucky University. On Nov. 16. Western was named one of only 12 schools nationwide to receive a grant from the National Math and Science Initiative.

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Two Attempted Abductions in Leitchfield

Updated: 11/18/2007 - In the last week there have been two attempted kidnappings in Leitchfield. The Leitchfield Police Department Is now encouraging parents to keep a close eye on on their children.

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WKU Early Childhood Center Holding Benefit Raffle Nov. 19

Updated: 11/18/2007 - You can help a local school achieve its mission of helping children with disabilities. You can get a ticket at the Clinical Education Complex on 14th Street in Bowling Green, or by calling 745-4CEC. The drawing is Nov. 19 at 4 p.m.

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