Updated: 03/07/2006 - Bowling Green is the first city in Kentucky to be chosen as a Distinctive Destination.
Posted: 03/07/2006 - A jury recommends life in the case of an ex-Indiana state trooper.
Posted: 03/07/2006 - A Morgantown woman is dead after losing control of her vehicle and her passenger owes his life to two Good Samaritans.
Posted: 03/07/2006 - Dana Reeve, widow of "Superman" actor dies of cancer.
Updated: 03/07/2006 - Motorists involved in minor accidents on interstate highways or parkways would have to move their vehicles off the roadway under a bill passed by the Kentucky House yesterday.
Posted: 03/06/2006 - There's no proposed smoking ban in Bowling Green, but some local restaurants are going smoke-free on their own.
Posted: 03/06/2006 - Three Kentucky teens could get prison time for vandalizing a cemetery.
Posted: 03/06/2006 - An Indiana jury begins the sentencing phase in David Camm murder trial.
Posted: 03/06/2006 - Miners are in such need that mining companies are running ads and conducting job fairs.
Posted: 03/05/2006 - Starting in may when you open your electric bill, it may be higher than usual. That's because TVA is increasing it prices.
Posted: 03/05/2006 - Another Bill being considered by a House Committee is meeting opposition from the Kentucky Press Association.
Posted: 03/05/2006 - Two Counties battle for Burgoo Title
Posted: 03/04/2006 - Defense Attorney filing an appeal
Posted: 03/04/2006 - Kentucky House weighs in on Louisville Arena
Posted: 03/04/2006 - One is killed in a two vehicle crash
Posted: 03/03/2006 - A military funeral will be held for a soldier with strong ties to Franklin.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - More than 300 workers at a clothing factory in Greenville will soon be looking for new jobs.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - High winds are to blame for spreading forest fires in eastern Kentucky.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - Enthusiasm builds among Bowling Green fans of the hit show American Idol as two contestants with local ties make it to the next round of competition.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - Despite Kentucky's love affair with horses, The Animal League Defense Fund named Kentucky as one of the "best states to be an animal abuser."