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Immigration Reform

Updated: 04/05/2006 - Hispanics in Louisville are calling for immigration reform.

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City Commission Update

Updated: 04/05/2006 - Tuesday, the City Commission voted to cut taxes in order to drop surplus revenue, but didn't make a definitive decision regarding the proposed pay plan.

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Invading My Space- Part 3

Updated: 04/04/2006 - It may seem harmless to post pictures and comments on online networking sites, but some of the information people are putting on these sites can backfire. In part 3 of "Invading My Space" we take a closer look into just who's looking at these profiles.

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One Alarm Didn't Go Off During Storm

Posted: 04/04/2006 - When Sunday's storm hit Warren County, indoor and outdoor alarms were activated across the area except for one.

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2006 St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway

Posted: 04/04/2006 - Ground breaking is held for a new home to be raffled for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

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Retirement Confidence

Posted: 04/04/2006 - The majority of American workers think they'll be able to retire comfortably, but most aren't saving nearly enough to meet that goal.

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Invading My Space- Part 2

Updated: 04/04/2006 - The number of you logging onto the internet and using online networking sites continues to rise. So does the number of people putting personal information about themselves on the internet. In part 2 of "Invading My Space", we take a closer look at just how dangerous these websites are if you're not careful with the information you are putting on them.

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Hopkinsville Tornado Update

Posted: 04/03/2006 - Damaging storms that destroyed many homes in Christian County Sunday night, has now been confirmed a major tornado by the National Weather Service.

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Road Still Closed

Updated: 04/03/2006 - A meeting to approve a compromise to end the "Beech Bend Road" dispute ends with no quick resolution in sight.

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Hopkinsville Church Destroyed in Storm

Updated: 04/03/2006 - The day-time is shedding light on just how much damage was done from last night's severe weather throughout south central Kentucky. Governor Fletcher has declared Christian County, which was one of the hardest hit areas, in a state of emergency.

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Todd County Storms

Updated: 04/03/2006 - On Sunday night a storm pummeled its way through Todd County after doing its damage to parts of Christian County.

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Hopkinsville Storm Damage

Posted: 04/03/2006 - Sunday's major storm leaves some without power and others without homes. The straight line winds and hail also destroyed the place of worship for one man.

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Cleaning Up After the Storm

Posted: 04/03/2006 - Storms moved through much of the viewing area last night. Clean up crews now have the tough job of finding displaced residents homes and searching for possible bodies.

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Invading My Space- Part 1

Updated: 04/03/2006 - If you're addicted to cyberspace, you're not alone. The website internetworldstats.com says over 203-million people in the United States are using their computers to log onto the internet...that's 68-percent of our population. In part 1 of "Invading My Space" we look at the types of websites you or your children are logging onto.

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Hometown Hero- Michael "Bulldog" Drake

Updated: 04/01/2006 - The Bowling Green High School football team not only count on family for support, but they can also count on a special person on being there on and off the field during practice and game day. Michael Drake, whose known as "bulldog" to the Bowling Green Purples still finds a way to make it to the side line despite facing physical limitations and personal obstacles.

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Staff Sgt. Brock Beery Laid to Rest

Updated: 03/31/2006 - The rain did not keep friends and family members of the latest soldier to die in the war Iraq from paying their respects. Thirty-year-old Staff Sergeant Brock Beery was laid to rest Friday with full military honors at Fairview Cemetery.

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Your Right to Know - Part I

Updated: 03/31/2006 - The U.S. Constitution guarantees your right to know what your government is doing. But since 9/11, governments at all levels have been less open with their information, but that's not the way our founding fathers intended it.

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Your Right to Know - Part III

Updated: 03/31/2006 - According to an Associated Press analysis of all 50 states since the 9-11 attack, legislatures have passed more than 1,000 laws changing access to information. Of that, they approved more than twice as many measures to restrict information, as they did to open government books, all in the name of Homeland Security.

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Your Right to Know - Part II

Updated: 03/31/2006 - Last year, the "Kentucky Press Association conducted a survey in 114 of Kentucky’s 120 counties. What they found was a mixed degree of compliance with Kentucky’s open records law.

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Beth Holloway Twitty in Bowling Green

Updated: 03/31/2006 - Natalee Holloway's disappearance inspired her mother to make a nationwide tour. Courtney Lassiter tells you why.

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McKissic Acquitted

Updated: 03/31/2006 - A Bowling Green man is found not guilty of attempted murder and wanton endangerment.

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