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Bowling Green Sends Aid Volunteers to Iowa

Updated: 06/16/2008 - Volunteers with the South Central Kentucky Chapter of the American Red Cross deployed on June 16 to Iowa to help in recovery efforts.

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Father's Day Sales Do Not Match Mother's Day

Posted: 06/16/2008 - As with many holidays, Father's Day is a time for giving gifts to your day. We found out that sales on Father's Day are much lower than those on Mother's Day.

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Smiths Grove Boy Survives Swing Set Accident

Updated: 06/16/2008 - An accident involving a swing set nearly turns tragic for one Smiths Grove boy after the six-year-old strangled himself. It's an event that's scared his parents and community. And now, his mother wants to send a message to all parents.

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McCain Critical of Obama's Position on Iraq

Updated: 06/16/2008 - Presumptive Republican nominee John McCain has used a meeting with Iraq's foreign minster to criticize Barack Obama's position on the country.

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McDonald's Re-Introducing Sliced Tomatoes to Menu

Updated: 06/16/2008 - McDonald's says it will begin serving sliced tomatoes again, after a multi-state salmonella outbreak caused the world's largest restaurant chain to yank the vegetable from its sandwiches.

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Hot Rod Reunion Helps Bowling Green's Economy

Posted: 06/15/2008 - With all of the hot-rodders in town this weekend, local businesses have seen their numbers rise. We found out more from one of the hotels working closest to this weekend's convention.

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Storms, Floods Wreak Havoc throughout Iowa

Updated: 06/15/2008 - Cities and towns in Iowa have suffered historic flooding, though by far the worst has been in Cedar Rapids, where an estimated 1,300 blocks are underwater.

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Visitors Brave Stormy Weather at NHRA Hot Rod Reunion

Updated: 06/13/2008 - For the moment, the roads are too slick for the dragsters to race at the NHRA Hot Rod Reunion. Even though they hoped for sunnier weather, no one seems bothered by the downpour.

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Louisville Salmonella Infection Reported

Updated: 06/13/2008 - Public health officials say a Louisville woman contracted a salmonella infection as part of a nationwide outbreak being linked to tomatoes.

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