Updated: 06/24/2005 - The sanctuary at Hillvue Heights was packed with family members of Specialist Michael Hayes and the girls he coached. As the service began, photos of Hayes were projected while the song, "Have You Forgotten," played. The song echoed throughout the church as tears fell from both soldiers and civilians in attendance.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - Skaters say it's long overdue; some taxpayers wonder if money could be better spent.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - Some Warren County residents are giving a sigh of relief after a proposed construction debris landfill was unanimously rejected.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - As the number of children in the Warren County School District continues to grow, so does the construction. Now the Board of Education is incorporating new technology into its latest project.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - The transpark is the subject of a lawsuit filed by two environmental groups and three individuals.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - The Court's split ruling on eminent domain will affect rapidly growing cities around the nation, but Bowling Green landowners are safe for now.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - Two Edmonson county residents are arrested after police find two active Meth Labs.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - 3-way land swap involves WKU, Bowling Green City Govt., and performing arts center.
Updated: 06/23/2005 - City/County governments want to have stake in lawsuit aimed at stopping Transpark.
Updated: 06/23/2005 - Every time a police officer is on duty, his or her life is in danger. Now area agencies are looking for ways to protect their lives and the lives of the suspects.
Updated: 06/22/2005 - Operation P.R.I.D.E. and its supporters will have to find another source of income next year to combat budget cuts from the city of Bowling Green.
Updated: 06/21/2005 - The Army Corps of Engineers recommends the demolition of Green River lock and dam number six in Edmonson County.
Updated: 06/21/2005 - In an effort to bring awareness to firefighters injured on the job, the International Association of Fire Chiefs, or IAFC is calling for all fire departments in the nation to conduct a "stand down" for firefighter safety beginning Tuesday.