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The Davinci Code- Local Reaction

Updated: 05/22/2006 - "The Davinci Code" movie has caused boycotts across the world, but it seems for many moviegoers the movie is purely entertainment.

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Dog Park Debate

Posted: 05/21/2006 - Recently, the Bowling Green City Commission gave the thumbs up to a dog park at H. P. Thomas Park that would allow the canines and their owners a place to frolic and play. But one nearby neighbor says the park is a bad idea and doesn't want it invading the park he's known for almost a quarter of a century.

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WKU Construction

Posted: 05/21/2006 - If you are traveling around WKU's campus this summer, you can expect some traffic changes due to construction.

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Flags at Half-Staff for Sgt. Halsel

Posted: 05/19/2006 - Governor Ernie Fletcher has ordered flags at all state office buildings to be lowered to half-staff in honor of staff sergeant Santiago Halsel.

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Federal Drug Suspects Enter Pleas

Posted: 05/19/2006 - The six men and one woman arrested for selling cocaine out of a barber shop, all plead "not guilty" in federal court.

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Three Teen Runaways Found in Louisville

Posted: 05/19/2006 - Neighbors in one south central Kentucky community feel their safety is at risk after three teens ran away from a children's group home. The teens have been found, but some Barren County residents say they feel like the operators of the home should have alerted them as soon as the teens escaped.

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Man Caught Minutes After Robbing Bank

Posted: 05/19/2006 - A man who robbed a Bowling Green bank Wednesday afternoon, may have walked away from a support center for people with disabilities earlier in the day.

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Severe Storms in Kentucky

Updated: 02/13/2007 - Severe storms cause five non-life threatening injuries and one man dies after a tree falls on his car.

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Patronage Probe

Posted: 05/19/2006 - Supreme Court rules Grand jury shouldn't indict people pardoned by Gov. Fletcher.

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"Little Cigars"

Posted: 05/19/2006 - "If it looks like a cigarette, feels like a cigarette, and smokes like a cigarette... it must be a cigarette."

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Too Young to Know

Updated: 05/19/2006 - The use of psychiatric medications boomed in the early 90s. Then it was seen as the perfect fix, but time showed a different picture. As the years passed more and more warnings continue to come to surface.

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Soldier Killed

Updated: 05/18/2006 - A 101st Airborne Division soldier from Bowling Green was killed in Iraq this week.

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President Bush in Kentucky

Posted: 05/18/2006 - President Bush to speak to Northern Kentucky University May 19th about his American Competitiveness Initiative.

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Democrats Hoping for Gains

Posted: 05/18/2006 - Some Kentucky Democrats are hoping for gains in the wake of Governor Fletcher's indictment.

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Monopoly

Posted: 05/18/2006 - The classic board game Monopoly is causing controversy in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

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Police Department at Full Staff

Posted: 05/17/2006 - 2006 has already been an eventful year for the Bowling Green Police Department with a new pay plan as well as the impending retirement of its longtime chief, Bill Waltrip. But with last nights appointment, the department is now at full staff. Something that hasn't happened in several years.

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Too Young to Know

Updated: 05/18/2006 - In just the last year 16 warnings have been issued by the FDA, all on popular psychiatric drugs. Those warnings talk about possible liver damage-- leading to death, suicidal thoughts, and frightening hallucinations. That's just what we know now. Now the question is: What about the effect will these medications have in the future?

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Comer in Court

Posted: 05/17/2006 - The former Tompkinsville Middle School teacher accused of having a relationship with a student then running away to Mexico with the boy appeared in court again Wednesday.

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