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Words About Whitson

Updated: 11/02/2006 - Master Police Officer David Whitson would work security at Dillards in the Greenwood Mall from time to time, workers there say he was a "family man."

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Governor Presents Funding to Bowling Green

Posted: 11/01/2006 - Governor Ernie Fletcher spent time at Parker-Bennett-Curry Elementary School giving money to other areas of the Bowling Green community.

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Kentucky's Traffic Receives Recognition

Updated: 11/02/2006 - Kentucky motorists can drive easier knowing that they are part of one of the most efficient highway systems in the nation.

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Vine Street Shooting Follow

Updated: 11/01/2006 - WBKO has learned the man who attempted to attack a Bowling Green Police Officer leading to both men being fatally shot was not of legal status in the United States.

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Beech Bend

Updated: 11/02/2006 - The county road leading up to Beech Bend will soon be much wider and easier to negotiate.

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The Race for the Second Congressional District

Updated: 11/02/2006 - Election day is six days away, and politicians are amping up their campaign efforts, including those running for the Second Congressional District seat. First Lady Laura Bush was in Kentucky today giving her endorsment for US Representative Ron Lewis.

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City Commission Candidates - Part III

Posted: 11/01/2006 - The race for Bowling Green City Commission is heating up with less than a week until the mid-term election. It's a battle between three incumbents, one former commissioner and four candidates who have never run for the office before.

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Money Missing from Rescue Squad Accounts

Updated: 10/31/2006 - A recent audit found that hundreds of thousands of dollars of bingo money raised by the Adair County Rescue Squad can not be found.

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City Commission Candidates - Part 2

Updated: 10/31/2006 - Newly elected city commissioners will have to take up some tough issues once in office. One of them is a possible city wide smoking ban for Bowling Green.

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A Day Just For Women

Updated: 10/31/2006 - Around 600 women celebrated themselves at The Medical Center's ninth Annual Day Just for Women.

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Greenwood Mall to Provide Trick-or-Treating

Updated: 10/31/2006 - With rainy weather in the forecast for the 2006 trick-or-treating season, the Greenwood Mall is a safe, fun and dry alternative to going door to door.

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Online Campaigning

Updated: 10/31/2006 - It used to be that political campaigns were advertised through just yard signs, radio and television commercials and print ads...but those days are long gone. Now the Internet has become a major force in the political arena.

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City Commission Candidates

Updated: 10/31/2006 - There are eight candidates with eight very different ideas in the race for Bowling Green city commission.

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Single-Gender Classes

Updated: 10/31/2006 - How would you like to attend a class with all boys or all girls? That's what some students may see in the future.

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Franklin City Hall Moving

Updated: 10/31/2006 - One important South Central Kentucky building will soon be relocating. The Franklin City Hall is moving to allow more room for its operations.

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Sex Offender Halloween Restrictions

Updated: 10/31/2006 - Ghosts and goblins may not be the ones spooking those trick-or-treating this year. Officers are now cracking down on sex offenders to keep those out trick or treating tomorrow safe.

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Public Defenders

Updated: 10/31/2006 - A new survey shows that Kentucky might have more public defenders, but the caseloads for each are still high.

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E-Town Company Closing

Updated: 10/30/2006 - A soft drink company in Elizabethtown is closing its plant at the end of the year.

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Mail Fraud Charges

Posted: 10/30/2006 - A Western Kentucky couple is in custody after avoiding law officials for eight years.

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Western Celebrates Desegregation Anniversary

Updated: 10/30/2006 - This year, Western Kentucky University has been celebrating a hundred years of spirit as part of its Centennial celebration. The university is also celebrating 50 years since the first African-American student was allowed to enroll for classes.

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Halloween Safety

Updated: 10/30/2006 - Halloween is one of the oldest holidays, going back thousands of years. Today the U.S. Census says there are as many as 36.4 million potential "trick-or-treaters" ages 5- to 13 years-old. Halloween is a fun time for children but their safety is what is most important on this holiday.

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Weapons Neutralization Plant

Updated: 10/30/2006 - Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell joined local officials Saturday morning to mark the groundbreaking of a plant that will get rid of chemical weapons stored at an Army depot in central Kentucky.

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