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WKU Fundraising Priorities

Updated: 09/19/2007 - As WKU rolls out its plan to raise $200-million in new gifts and pledges by 2012. You might be wondering what they intend to do with that money.

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Stepping Up to the Sink

Updated: 09/19/2007 - Washing your hands regularly may seem like common sense but more and more people aren't doing it. The American Society for Microbiology finds only 77-percent of the population washes their hands after using the restroom. That's down six-percent from a 2005 study.

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Decision to Condemn Apartment Complex is Reversed

Updated: 09/19/2007 - A decision to condemn a Bowling Green apartment complex two years ago is reversed. Now, the owner gets a new hearing. In July of 2005, dozens of residents of Bowling Green Estates were kicked out of their apartments when the facility was deemed unsafe.

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Law Enforcement Memorial Recognizes Fallen Officers

Updated: 09/19/2007 - The Department of Criminal Justice pays tribute to fallen officers with an all new memorial. Thirty-five Kentucky law enforcement officers names were added to the monument this year, including three killed in 2006.

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Blackwater Ordered to Suspend Operations

Updated: 09/19/2007 - Following a shooting incident on Sept. 16 that left at least 11 Iraqis dead, President Bush has asked his national security advisers to find out what happened.

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Bush Urges Congress to Strengthen Eavesdropping Law

Updated: 09/19/2007 - Not that many people get to visit the super-secret National Security Agency but on Sept. 19, President Bush did just that. Bush used his trip to urge Congress to strengthen a temporary eavesdropping law.

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The Safety of Self-Defense Tools

Updated: 09/19/2007 - There are many types of training that law enforcement officers go through, including weapons training. But you may be surprised to know that some of the same self-defense tools that officers are trained on are available to regular citizens who may not be training on them.

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Smoking Ban is Put Out

Posted: 09/19/2007 - The Bowling Green City Commission held a second hearing on the ordinance on Sept. 18. It was rejected three-to-two.

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UAW and GM Resume Talks

Updated: 09/19/2007 - Experts say billions of dollars are at stake in these contract negotiations. GM's 73,000 auto workers have been without a contract since midnight on Sept. 14.

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O.J. Simpson Out On Bail

Updated: 09/19/2007 - The former football hall of famer had a court hearing on Sept. 19, where he faced charges in connection with last week's Las Vegas hotel room confrontation.

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Dan Rathers Files Lawsuit Against CBS

Updated: 09/19/2007 - Former CBS anchor Dan Rather files a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the network. Rather alleges that CBS made him a "scapegoat" for a discredited story about President Bush's National Guard service.

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Candidates Outline Environmental Policy Plans

Posted: 09/19/2007 - Governor Ernie Fletcher and his Democratic challenger Steve Beshear outline their plans for environmental policy. The pair sparred during a midday forum in Louisville.

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Crime Stoppers: Home Burglaries

Updated: 09/19/2007 - Police urge residents to keep your doors and windows locked. Home burglaries are up and we have the story in this edition of "Crime Stoppers."

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Interest Rate Cut Means Good Things for Consumers

Updated: 09/18/2007 - After four years of record high foreclosures and inflation rates, the Federal Reserve lowers interest rates. The Feds lowered the interest rate that banks charge each other by half a percentage point, from 5.25 to 4.75. But what does this cut mean to our community?

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Unhealthy Hart County

Updated: 09/18/2007 - The Kentucky Institute of Medicine has named Hart County the third most unhealthy county in the state. It's the only county not in the Appalachian hills to make the top ten. So why is Hart County so unhealthy?

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Fourth Suspect Named in O.J. Simpson Case

Updated: 09/18/2007 - Michael McClinton, described as a "key player" in the alleged theft, turned himself in on Sept. 18. Two other men, who have not been identified, are also being sought by police.

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Phone Scam in Warren County

Posted: 09/18/2007 - If you receive a call from a blocked number, beware. The Warren County Sheriff's Office says there's a new phone scam that's making its rounds in Warren County.

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Area Farmer Reacts to E.coli Outbreak

Updated: 09/18/2007 - It's the latest in a long line of E.coli outbreaks. Some of Dole's "Hearts Delight" salad packages are being recalled. And now, some area residents are wondering how they can stay healthy while still eating their leafy greens.

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Residents Not Happy About KKK Stop in Morgantown

Updated: 09/18/2007 - Some area homeowners are caught off guard after members of the Ku Klux Klan leave their business cards. We're told they came through Bowling Green on Sept. 17 and dropped their cards off in at least eight neighborhoods.

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Federal Reserve Lowers Interest Rates

Updated: 09/18/2007 - After four years of record high foreclosures and inflation rates, the Federal Reserve lowers interest rates. The Feds lowered the interest rate that banks charge each other by half a percent--from 5.25 to 4.75

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Porter Pike Accident Sends Teen to the Hospital

Updated: 09/18/2007 - A Warren County School Bus carrying five kids was exiting Hunts Bend Rd. and collided into a car driven by a teenager. The Warren County Sheriff's Dept. says it's unclear how the accident happened at this point.

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Election Officials Recertify Voting Machines

Updated: 09/18/2007 - The State Board of Elections re-certifies the bulk of voting machines that will be used on election. Election officials say there have not been any reported instances of problems with the machines.

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Two Dead Following Louisville Home Invasion

Posted: 09/18/2007 - Police spokeswoman Alicia Smiley said it appears the two were attempting a home invasion at an apartment complex and got into a confrontation with the resident.

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Rape and Murder Trial Moves to Warren County

Updated: 09/18/2007 - The trial for five people charged in a 1987 rape and murder in Muhlenberg County is moved to Warren County. On Oct. 2, 1987, police discovered the body of 20-year-old Corinna Mullen in the trunk of her car.

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