The next chief justice of the Supreme Court will most likely be hearing more arguments about the display of the Ten Commandments in public buildings. In June, the court decided that the displays of the Ten Commandments in Kentucky crossed the line between separation of church and state because they promote a religious message. WBKO's Ashley Davidson met up with advocates of both sides to find out why the decision is important to Kentucky history.
Updated: 9:41 AM
Another school year is underway and one of the vital parts of school is making sure your kids are eating a healthy lunch.
Updated: 5:33 PM
South-Central Kentuckians lend a helping hand to the Gulf Coast.
Updated: 6:55 PM
A Warren County home is destroyed by fire, leaving one person dead and two firefighters injured.
Updated: 5:30 PM
A Franklin classroom is helping Hurricane Katrina victims in a unique way.
Updated: 3:48 PM
With thousands of people living in shelters and no homes to go home to anytime soon, the federal emergency management agency is working on a solution. FEMA is planning to put the survivors up in their own portable travel trailers.
Updated: 9:18 AM
As the survivors of Katrina try to put their lives back together, two area volunteer firefighters are planning to help them.
Updated: 6:27 PM
A Bowling Green man is behind bars after allegedly leading police on a high-speed chase down Cave Mill Road.
Updated: 4:13 PM
Gospel program will raise money for families coming to the Bowling Green area.
Updated: 1:45 PM
Former Bowling Green CFO changes his plea, admits he stole millions of taxpayer dollars.
Updated: 4:07 PM
Getting relief to the survivors of Hurricane Katrina is a top priority, but many of those survivors also have pets they were forced to abandon.
Updated: 10:26 AM
EMS workers from around the region are helping the survivors of Katrina in Baton Rouge.
Updated: 6:34 PM
Relief efforts are springing up all over South Central Kentucky as shelters prepare for storm victims to possibly move into the area.
Updated: 6:33 PM
The open house shows parents new respite options.
Updated: 1:33 PM
The Kentucky Public Service Commission held a hearing Tuesday night looking for feedback on proposed power lines going up in your area.
Updated: 10:19 PM
Aquatic center will move from private management back into city fold.
Updated: 8:23 PM
With people across the nation donating supplies to the survivors of Hurricane Katrina, an area relief effort is urging people not to head to the Gulf Coast on their own.
Posted: 6:10 PM
One hurricane survivor is using cooking as a means to cope with the tragedy.
Updated: 6:06 PM
Contact the American Red Cross office nearest you.
Updated: 4:42 PM
Four Salvation Army Units from Frankfort, Ashland, Owensboro and Bowling Green leave Monday for Gulf Coast relief.
Updated: 5:10 PM
Around 70 Kentucky State Police Officers loaded up and shipped out Saturday to help victims of Hurricane Katrina.
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The Warren County Grand Jury indicts a Bowling Green couple on charges of rape and sodomy of a child.
Updated: 6:47 PM
A survivor of Hurricane Katrina tells her story.
Updated: 5:45 PM
As more families re-locate to our area, local schools begin to prepare for the children who were forced out of their homes, thanks to Hurricane Katrina.
Updated: 4:37 PM
Brannen's Warehouse# 3 will be location site.
Updated: 1:58 PM
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