Misty Butler, a piano teacher at Clay Sound Fine Arts Academy, ts doing much more than tickling the ivories.
Updated: 6:32 PM
Harley-Davidson of Bowling Green stays busy this time of year with plenty of riders from out of town, but sometimes the increased business comes as a result of the dangers faced on the road.
Updated: 6:24 PM
Thousands are expected to attend Friday night's American Cancer Society Relay for Life, but one business got a jump start on fundraising during the day.
Updated: 6:04 PM
Stephen Hall was given a letter that says his "services as commissioner are no longer needed."
Posted: 3:58 PM
Warren County Sheriff's Deputy Curtis Hargett and K-9 Gunner will be competing in the USPCA's National Narcotics Detection Trials next week.
Updated: 6:14 AM
Senator Rand Paul has introduced legislation that would require a warrant before any government agency could search the phone records of Americans.
Updated: 2:41 PM
A medical helicopter crashed in eastern Kentucky, killing all three crewmembers aboard.
Posted: 10:17 AM
The Murray State Board of Regents has named Tim Miller as interim president at the school in western Kentucky.
Posted: 10:15 AM
The CMA Music Fest is in full song in Nashville. Already, Nashville International Airport officials are offering tips for fans' departure.
Posted: 10:12 AM
A lawyer has filed the first lawsuit on behalf of a survivor of a Philadelphia building collapse that killed six people and injured 13.
Posted: 8:17 AM
Police arrest a fugitive from Mississippi, in Bowling Green.
Updated: 10:32 AM
A Florida man working as a carnival employee in Kentucky, is arrested on drug-related charges.
Updated: 11:08 PM
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senator Rand Paul said Thursday they aren't giving up on winning congressional approval to allow farmers to grow the crop.
Posted: 10:07 PM
A lawsuit was filed Thursday by T.J. Sampson trustees, seeking control of the hospital
Posted: 7:51 PM
The Kentucky Jailers Conference was held this week at the Sloan Convention Center in Bowling Green.
Updated: 9:26 PM
Chase Bank partnered with Rafferty's, Double Dog's and Montana Grille for tonight's fundraising event at the Historic Railpark and Train Museum in Bowling Green. With any donation to the Red Cross, you could have a meal catered by the restaurants while listening to the Pennyrilers perform.
Updated: 9:39 PM
Foreclosure proceedings have been initiated against the Nashville Symphony and an auction of the center where it performs is scheduled for June 28.
Posted: 5:32 PM
A fire early Thursday morning took the life of 61-year-old Beverly Morningstar. Neighbors tried their best to save Morningstar as soon as they saw the flames and smoke.
Updated: 6:27 PM
His charitable work with the Center for Courageous Kids was recognized Thursday with one of the highest public service awards anyone could get.
Updated: 6:16 PM
A Louisville judge accused of threatening to strangle a lawyer has been temporarily suspended by the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission.
Posted: 5:06 PM
The group planning to reopen Kentucky Kingdom says the rides and buildings have "significantly deteriorated" and need to be refurbished to ensure their safety.
Posted: 4:59 PM
The Barren County Sheriff's Office says on Tuesday at approximately 11:14 PM, deputies responded to a domestic dispute at 104 Julian Lane in Cave City.
Updated: 5:45 PM
Swimming champion, movie star, Esther Williams dies at 91.
Updated: 2:35 PM
Gamblers who prefer their laptops to blackjack tables could be getting a boost from Washington.
Posted: 2:00 PM
A newspaper's review of Nelson County court records shows that a slain officer arrested more than 350 people in his seven years on the force, but few involved violent crimes.
Posted: 1:58 PM
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