Updated: 9:35 PM
Updated: 9:35 PM
Updated: 9:46 PM Routine arrest leads to discovery of a large meth lab in Warren County.
Updated: 5:37 PM Greenwood High band director helps group march to the state capitol.
Updated: 11:58 AM Farmers, Craftsmen and Agri-Business put their goods on display in the Carroll Knicely Center.
Updated: 8:57 PM State police look into activities of former Simpson County sheriff.
Updated: 1:12 PM Two children who spent three years in foster care are finally adopted by their foster parents.
Updated: 7:06 PM A new study shows deaths from cancer have stabilized over the past few years after a steady decline since the mid-1990s.
Updated: 7:13 PM Summer weather proves to good and bad for Kentucky farmers.
Updated: 7:09 PM A professorship in memory of a horse cave man will focus on business ethics and leadership.
Updated: 12:10 PM More and more children suffer from obesity and school physical education program aims to help.
Updated: 9:24 AM As many Kentuckians hit the roads this holiday, Kentucky State Police Troopers worked to keep you safe.
Updated: 9:22 AM Many South Central Kentuckians soaked up some last minute rays on Labor Day.
Updated: 9:32 AM .Former WBKO anchor and reporter is sentenced to spend time in a federal prison.
Updated: 5:37 PM Lady spends her whole life taking care of elderly patients.
Updated: 9:15 AM Auto parts maker Magna International, Inc. has submitted an application for the Transpark and is currently undergoing negotiations for its proposed new facility.
Updated: 9:45 AM An 18-year-old is accused of writing a version of the damaging "Blaster" computer infection that spread quickly across the Internet
Updated: 8:59 AM State legislators meet outside of Frankfort and talk with constituents.
Updated: 9:27 AM Two more Kentuckians have confirmed cases of West Nile.
Updated: 9:43 PM Bowling Green Corvette plant starts assembling Cadillac roadster model.
Updated: 8:43 PM WKU Police are investigating reported rape at Barnes Campbell Hall.
Updated: 8:14 AM Five-year project moves into physical phase.
Updated: 8:43 PM Community members learn different aspects of meth to help keep meth problem under control.
Updated: 8:07 AM Planning Commissioners vote 10-2 in favor of re-zoning 236 acres for the transpark.
Updated: 5:37 PM Executive Director of the Child Advocacy Center learned the importance of giving back as a child.
Updated: 7:45 AM Jury convicts on robbery charges, but acquits defendant of rape.