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Engine Malfunction May Have Caused Tenn. Plane Crash

Updated: 09/25/2007 - The son of one of the survivors of a Tennessee plane crash says the craft's engines quit on approach to Chattanooga Municipal Airport. Troy Turner said the group was flying from Birmingham, Alabama to Georgetown, Kentucky.

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Monroe County Man Found Guilty for Killing Newspaper Carrier

Posted: 09/23/2007 - A Monroe County man is found guilty of second-degree manslaughter in connection with the death of a newspaper carrier. 41-year-old David Mills was convicted on Sept. 21 in the 2006 death of 39-year-old David Huff.

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Hometown Hero: Carole Dunn

Posted: 09/23/2007 - Grandparents raising grandchildren can be quite a challenge and a local grandmother was recently recognized for her work in raising her grandchildren.

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Recovery Remains Slow for Teen Injured at Ky. Kingdom

Updated: 09/23/2007 - Three months ago, WBKO told you about Kaitlyn Lasitter who lost both feet when a cable snapped on a ride at Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom. In an e-mail, her mother Monique Lassiter, said Kaitlyn will suffer through a hard recovery for a long time.

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Lawsuit Filed Against "Super Sweet 16" Oilman

Updated: 09/23/2007 - The SEC files a federal complaint against an area oilman. Investors say he swindled them out of millions at the same time he was throwing his daughter an extravagant 16th birthday party on a reality show.

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Poll Says Kentuckians Want Vote on Casinos

Updated: 09/23/2007 - A new poll says most Kentuckians want the chance to vote on casinos but support for them isn't as clear. It's the second poll on the matter in September.

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Heart Walk Helps Raise Money

Updated: 09/23/2007 - Experts say cardiovascular disease claims the lives of 42 Kentuckians each year. On Sept. 22, many people got their heart pumping and walked to raise money for the cause.

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A Walk Around Kentucky

Updated: 09/23/2007 - Hot temperatures didn't stop people from lacing-up their tennis shoes for the third-annual Epilepsy Walk.

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Puppy Paddle Benefits Humane Society

Updated: 09/23/2007 - Sept. 22 was the last day the Russell Sims Aquatic Center will be open and people weren't the only ones making a splash. Dog-owners and their four-legged friends from across the area took to the pool for some good, clean fun.

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U.S. Bank Robbery Leaves Authorities Searching for Suspect

Updated: 09/23/2007 - Authorities are searching for a man who robbed a bank in Bowling Green on Sept. 21. Bowling Green police say, around 1 p.m., a man entered the U.S. Bank, on Louisville Rd., walked up to the teller window and demanded money.

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Students React to Delaware State University Shooting

Updated: 09/23/2007 - Two students continue their recovery following a school shooting at Delaware State University early Sept. 21. WBKO's Tamara Evans has reaction from faculty and students on how universities nationwide are stepping up to prevent incidents such as this from happening on their campus.

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Gas Main Ruptures in Downtown Glasgow

Posted: 09/20/2007 - A gas main ruptures at a construction site in downtown Glasgow on Sept. 20. The four-inch gas line had Atmos Energy, along with Glasgow Police, the Glasow Fire Dept. and Emergency Services working to fix the problem.

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Authorities Search for Missing Bowling Green Teen

Updated: 09/20/2007 - Local authorities are asking for your help in finding a teenage-runaway. Bowling Green Police say 13-year-old Barbara Ann Mosley of Bowling Green was last seen on Tuesday, September 18, around 6:00 a.m.

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Oooma Makes for Free Phone Lines

Posted: 09/20/2007 - Monthly telephone bills have long been a way of the world. Now one company hopes to make them a thing of the past. A California technology company is hoping to bring new life and innovation to the telephone.

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Some WKU Students to Protest Gun Policy

Updated: 09/20/2007 - Some Western Kentucky University students push for the right to bear arms on campus. The student's aren't happy with the school's "no gun" policy and are planning a protest on WKU's campus.

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WKU Student's Champion Horse Selected as Toy Model

Posted: 09/20/2007 - Bluegrass Bandit, a world champion Tennessee Walking Horse trained and ridden by Western Kentucky University freshman Jared Carrier, is joining a stable that includes horses like Secretariat, Seabiscuit and Black Beauty.

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Pair Charged With Making Meth, Children in the Home

Updated: 09/20/2007 - Two people are in jail accused of making methamphetamine near Grayson County High School. Twenty-six-year-old Christina Probus and Rodney Tomes were taken into custody Sept. 19.

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Interest Rate Cut May Make the Best Time to Buy a Home

Updated: 09/20/2007 - This is the first time the federal funds interest rate has been cut in four years. The Federal Reserve lowered the rate from 5.25 to 4.75-percent. And one local real-estate agent hopes the decrease brings him more business.

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Governor Helps Community Affected By Wolf Creek Dam

Updated: 09/20/2007 - As we have reported before, Lake Cumberland was lowered 40 feet earlier this year to take pressure off the leaking dam. As work on the dam continues, Governor Fletcher broke ground on Sept. 20 on a new water project for Jamestown.

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Thousands Protest Supporting Jena Six

Updated: 09/20/2007 - Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Jena, La. on Sept. 20 in support of six black teens charged in the beating of a white classmate. The Reverend Al Sharpton called it a "March for Justice."

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Safety City Helps Keep Kids Safe

Updated: 09/20/2007 - The scaled down version of Bowling Green comes complete with traffic lights, streets and even Bowling Green's signature red, white and blue water tower. Safety City was built as a result of the 1996 abduction and murder of young Morgan Violi.

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Driver Charged for Killing Area Newspaper Carrier

Updated: 09/20/2007 - The Monroe County Sheriff's Office says around 11 a.m. on Sept. 19, they received an anonymous tip about the whereabouts of the driver that fled the scene of an accident that killed David Huff of Tompkinsville.

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KSP Seizes 170 Marijuana Plants

Posted: 09/20/2007 - The marijuana was located in the Eli community of Russell County. 58-year-old Danny Coffey is charged with cultivating marijuana more than five plants and trafficking marijuana more than five pounds.

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