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No Charges Filed In Internet Suicide Case

Updated: 12/03/2007 - The parents of Megan Meier say their daughter hung herself last year, minutes after she received mean messages through the social networking site Myspace.

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Bowling Green Woman Dead Following Hit and Run

Updated: 12/03/2007 - The body of 76-year-old Carolyn Mae McKinney Withrow, of Bowling Green, was found at the intersection of Old Louisville Rd. and 31-W around 4 a.m. on Dec. 3.

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"Ice" at Gaylord Opryland

Updated: 12/04/2007 - While the chill is on here in Kentucky, you wouldn't believe how cold it is in Nashville. The folks at Gaylord Opryland are gearing up for the holiday season with an "Ice" extravaganza.

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Feed Truck Crashes Into Barren County Store

Updated: 12/02/2007 - Locals in Austin are stopping on the streets and offering words of comfort only hours after a feed truck slammed into Austin General Merchandise.

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Hometown Hero: Dr. Bill Russell

Posted: 12/02/2007 - Facing retirement can be bittersweet, as one reflects on the good times they'll miss and the good times that lie ahead.

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New Jersey Soldier Surprises Wife

Updated: 12/03/2007 - Christmas came early this year for a New Jersey military family and in a big way. Sam Miller was in line with her four-month-old daughter at the Cherry Hill Mall to get a picture with Santa Claus, but instead of seeing Santa, Sam had a great surprise.

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Helpful Tips For Holiday Donations

Posted: 12/02/2007 - The end of the year is fast approaching and many Kentuckians are looking for ways to maximize their tax deductions. But before you clear through your holiday clutter, keep in mind some tips to remember on donating.

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"Festival of Giving" Helps Out Local Non-Profits

Updated: 12/02/2007 - The phrase, "Tis Better to Give than to Receive" rang true at the Greenwood Mall on Dec. 2 in Bowling Green. Shoppers paid $5 for an afternoon of shopping and holiday fun.

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Venezuelans Vote on Chavez Reforms

Updated: 12/02/2007 - In Venezuela, ballots are being counted that will determine whether or not to give President Hugo Chavez more power. Potentially, 16-million voters could decide on the future of Venezuela's constitution.

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Kentucky Lawmaker Wants Political Phone Calls Banned

Posted: 12/02/2007 - A Kentucky lawmaker is looking to ban political telephone calls. State Representative Jimmy Higdon says he's sick of those automated political telephone calls that you get as election day nears

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One Clinton Campaign Office Remains Closed

Updated: 12/02/2007 - Senator Hillary Clinton is back on the presidential trail and has reopened all but one of her New Hampshire campaign offices. The Clinton Campaign says the Rochester office will be closed until further notice from authorities.

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Striking Nurses Presented with New Proposal

Updated: 12/02/2007 - The new 71-page contract includes changes that addresses the nurses' concerns. Representatives from the union say the new contract is no better than the first one.

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Winter Storm Sweeps the Country

Updated: 12/02/2007 - A snowstorm is heading to the Northeast after covering much of the Midwest with heavy snow. Heavy snowfall has already hit Seattle, Milwaukee and New York City.

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Washington County Man Charged with Brother's Murder

Updated: 12/02/2007 - Kentucky State Police in Columbia report that the incident occurred around 1:30 a.m. on Dec. 2, seven miles north of Springfield, Kentucky. Police say it appears Nicolas C. Cox shot his 24-year-old brother, Michael B. Cox, during a domestic dispute inside Michael Cox's home.

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Shop with a Cop Comes to Russellville

Updated: 12/02/2007 - In Russellville, some kids got a special shopping spree from the fraternal order of police. The shop with a cop program is now in it's 14th year, and in that time, they've contributed $100,000 to needy children.

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Bowling Green Parade Gets Area Residents In Christmas Spirit

Updated: 12/02/2007 - The Bowling Green parade started at 9:30 a.m. Dec. 1, with a number of participants, from marching bands, Girl and Boy Scout troops, churches, our very own WBKO crew, and of course WKU's well known mascot Big Red.

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Area Volunteers Help Clean Up Community

Updated: 12/02/2007 - The city of Bowling Green's Storm Water Program planned the clean-up near the College Street Bridge near the Riverfront Park.

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Graham Drive Community Library Opens

Updated: 12/02/2007 - The Bowling Green Public Library's newest location is open for business. The Graham Drive Community Library opened Dec. 1, with a tropical style theme for the kids.

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