Posted: 05/05/2013 - Mexican restaurants nationwide are celebrating Cinco de Mayo today. In Mexico, May the 5th is celebrated as a day of freedom. But in the United States, Cinco de Mayo has become a time to celebrate.
Posted: 05/05/2013 - According to Sen. Rand Paul, the Army Corps of Engineers has announced a barrier wall will not go up in front of several area dams.
Posted: 05/05/2013 - For Sheldon's Pharmacy owner Terri Sheldon, helping kids has always been a passion. It was an ice cream truck purchase about three years ago that changed her life forever, allowing her to pursue her dreams.
Updated: 05/03/2013 - The race track, big hats, and Mint Juleps it must be Derby time! The 139Th Kentucky Derby is tomorrow at Churchill Downs. From wagering on your favorite horse, to the glamorous Derby wardrobe, local businesses are helping you prepare. Where will you be when the words... "And they're off," ring out tomorrow? If you don't plan on making the trip to Louisville, Kentucky Downs is also preparing for a busy day.
Posted: 04/29/2013 - It took 12 long years from conception to completion, with detractors saying it would never succeed and would cost taxpayers money. It's the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center, known as SKyPAC. During that 12-year process even some of the creators of SKyPAC sometimes doubted it would ever happen. But now, even SKyPAC officials can't believe how successful its first year was.
Updated: 04/29/2013 - Hundreds of expecting parents, new parents, and veteran parents took advantage of the Medical Center's Expectant Parent Fair today. From baby shower supplies, to life insurance, to photography the fair offered tools for parents to become better educated about what Bowling Green offers for the little ones.
Posted: 04/28/2013 - Area realtors are camping out in Bowling Green to help keep food pantries stocked. A run-in with mother nature Saturday night didn't stop the Realtors Hope for the Homeless event from helping those in need.
Updated: 04/25/2013 - We are less than two weeks out from the most exciting two minutes in sports, The Kentucky Derby. As he thinks back to his time as a jockey, Pat Day recalls the emotions and excitement he would get in the pit of his stomach as My Old Kentucky Home was played before the running of the Kentucky Derby.