Updated: 07/13/2005 - Hart Co. Deputy injured while responding to a call.
Updated: 07/13/2005 - Woman allegedly under influence of marijuana while supervising children.
Updated: 07/13/2005 - Police say Somerset man confesses to murder.
Updated: 07/13/2005 - Police say victim was asleep when he was attacked.
Updated: 07/13/2005 - Charles Stephen Wheeler pleads not guilty to DUI.
Updated: 07/13/2005 - A judge decides to delay lethal injections for two death row inmates.
Updated: 07/13/2005 - The attorney fees amid controversy in the Fletcher Administration's hiring practices increase.
Updated: 07/12/2005 - Some Bowling Green residents are homeless after they were forced to move out of their apartments in less than 24 hours.
Updated: 07/12/2005 - Police say the suspect could be hiding out in Hopkinsville or Owensboro.
Updated: 07/12/2005 - Police say a UK player was not given special treatment
Updated: 07/12/2005 - A Western student from Louisville has died from head injuries.
Updated: 07/12/2005 - A Russell Springs soldier has been identified after 36 years.
Updated: 07/12/2005 - Five Fletcher Administration officials appear in court.
Posted: 07/12/2005 - As schools across the state face shortages in math, science, Special Education, and English as a Second Language, some are turning to teachers who have been educated through an alternate route.
Updated: 07/11/2005 - Area roads will get some funding for improvements.
Updated: 07/11/2005 - The term emergency certification may make you feel uneasy about the requirements your child's teacher has to complete. According to the Kentucky Educational Standards Board, under No Child Left Behind, school districts across the nation are supposed to phase out the emergency certification program by the end of the 2005-2006 school years. That is why districts across Kentucky are turning to other methods to get more qualified teachers into classrooms.