Posted: 02/05/2006 - Totals from the first week of the Buckets of Hope Campaign
Posted: 02/05/2006 - In 2008, the Warren Rural Electric Commission will leave the Tennessee Valley Authority for the Eastern Kentucky Power Co-operative.
Updated: 02/03/2006 - One of the former best employers in south central Kentucky will soon be closing down. Tyco Electronics announced it will close its Franklin facility by the end of March.
Updated: 02/03/2006 - More local police departments get approved to carry and use tasers while on patrol.
Updated: 02/03/2006 - An entry on Governor Fletcher's calendar places him in a key meeting.
Updated: 02/03/2006 - Man says he was smoking crack at the time.
Updated: 02/03/2006 - Abortions in Kentucky would be illegal under a proposal filed this week by a House Republican lawmaker
Updated: 02/03/2006 - A "lockout" has affected up to 30 thousand email accounts at the university since Monday.
Updated: 02/03/2006 - A Kentucky man pleads guilty in a McDonald’s strip search case.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - Bowling Green Police arrested a man in connection with a downtown arson that happened last month.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - WBKO has learned a prominent Bowling Green businessman will plead guilty to four counts of tax fraud.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - Bowling Green residents have now been pre-paying at the pump for just over a month now.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - Armed robber hits same business today that he robbed last November.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - All month during February the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will have experts visiting cities to help parents learn the proper way to install safety seats.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - Youngsters under the age of 16 would have to wear helmets whenever riding on all-terrain vehicles under a bill approved by a House committee.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - KY high schoolers required to take more math under plan approved by state board of education.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - Prolific protesters from a Kansas church wouldn't be welcome at Kentucky funerals under a bill that's been called out of a senate committee.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - An attempt to stop school bullies from intimidating other students has cleared the state house.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - Kentucky and California’s attorney general will likely ban together in a lawsuit over what many are calling the new "problem-riddled" prescription drug plan.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - A Bowling Green church played host to historical Bible artifacts and a working printing press in an exhibit.
Updated: 02/02/2006 - Black History Month originally began in 1926 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Since then, many advances have been made towards equality. These strides forward are what journalist Clarence Page showed to the students of Western Kentucky University, an institution which is celebrating fifty years of integration.