Updated: 03/10/2005 - A Bowling Green plant closing will wipe out more than 100 jobs.
Updated: 03/10/2005 - An area neighborhood is facing serious problems, due to an overwhelming blackbird population. Thousands of the birds are roosting in horse cave.
Updated: 03/10/2005 - Clarence Martin dies at his Georgia home; an autopsy is being performed.
Updated: 03/09/2005 - A final draft of Western's Alcohol-Free Policy is a step closer to completion.
Updated: 03/08/2005 - Students and teachers get a refresher course on what to do when tornadoes hit.
Updated: 03/08/2005 - One of the biggest hurdles some teenagers face is getting pregnant while they are still in high school. It's almost impossible for most teen mothers to stay in school and take care of their babies. But one area school is teaching them how to manage their time to do both.
Updated: 03/08/2005 - Former president Clinton says he feels ''fine,'' two days before he undergoes a procedure in a New York hospital to remove fluid and scar tissue from his chest.
Updated: 03/08/2005 - 14-year-old laid to rest in Butler County.
Updated: 03/07/2005 - University facing a 1,000 space shortage; looking for long-term fixes.
Updated: 03/08/2005 - A new report shows milk may not be the answer to healthy bones.
Updated: 01/22/2007 - The Lighthouse Academy is given $250 by the Hometown Partners.
Updated: 08/21/2006 - "Junior" has a zest for life and is eager to share it with an adoptive family.
Updated: 03/04/2005 - A Western Kentucky University alumnus and major contributor to the school dies at the age of 91. Gordon Ford College of Business was named in his honor.
Updated: 03/03/2005 - An amendment that would allow advanced registered nurse practitioners to prescribe narcotics and other controlled drugs passes the house Thursday.
Updated: 03/03/2005 - 2nd time Judge Castlen has said "no."
Updated: 03/02/2005 - 2nd day of death penalty trial includes more individual questioning.
Updated: 03/02/2005 - John Smithers and Rico the dog are close to completing the Death Row Dogs program. They've come a long way and tonight we will show you how John is preparing to say goodbye to his new friend. We'll also introduce you to the family Rico will soon be adopted by.
Updated: 03/01/2005 - Life in prison can be daunting. However, for the inmates and dogs involved in the Death Row Dogs program at Green River Correctional Center, it's a second chance.
Updated: 03/02/2005 - 1st of 3 days of jury selection underway in Owensboro.
Updated: 02/28/2005 - After months of construction, Bowling Green Police Headquarters is looking a little different these days.
Updated: 02/28/2005 - We have been following the Death Row Dogs program since January 10, when the inmates first got their dogs. Now we'll show you how they meet and get acquainted with their new furry cellmates.
Updated: 02/25/2005 - Residents in Barren County now have a new way to spend Saturday night, and maybe make some money while they are there.