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Mountain Parkway Set to Get Improvements

Posted: 10/21/2007 - State officials attended a groundbreaking ceremony on Oct. 20 in Campton, Kentucky for a $48-million project to improve the Mountain Parkway.

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Murder Investigation Continues in Allen County

Updated: 10/22/2007 - Police are investigating a murder after a body was found Friday in Allen County. The Kentucky State Police received a call from the Allen County Sheriff's Department Friday that a body was found in the water near a boat ramp at the end of Brownsford Road.

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Owensboro Storm Damage

Updated: 10/20/2007 - Part of the damage assessment by the National Weather Service is taking place just to our north in Owensboro. Police have closed an eight-block area of the city because of debris and downed power lines.

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Horse Cave Storm Damage

Updated: 10/20/2007 - Thursday's overnight storms left a path of destruction across several Kentucky counties. Strong winds toppled trees, power lines, and tore off roofs tops. In Hart County, Horse Cave was one of the towns that saw a lot of damage.

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Local Marching Bands Advance to State Competition

Updated: 10/20/2007 - More than a dozen area high school bands are marching toward the state band championship! We caught up with the Greenwood High School marching band at practice this week.

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Marina Along Wolf Creek Asking for New Location

Updated: 10/20/2007 - A marina along Wolf Creek and the Cumberland River is asking for a new location because of lower lake levels. Alligator One Marina in Russell Springs has requested to move up to the Cave Springs recreation area.

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Barren County Superbug

Updated: 10/20/2007 - A staph infection that's sweeping through school locker rooms around the country has even hit here in South Central Kentucky. Officials at Barren County High School say eight football players had confirmed cases of the MRSA staph infection.

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SKyPAC Gets Big Pledge

Updated: 10/20/2007 - The Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center, which is part of the TIF district, announces its first substantial donation. Martin Automotive Group has pledged $100,000 dollars to SKyPAC.

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BG Downtown Redevelopment Project Gets Huge Boost

Updated: 10/20/2007 - Bowling Green's Downtown Redevelopment Project gets a huge boost from the state. The state Tax Increment Financing Commission gave unanimous approval on Friday to the city's Tax Increment Financing District or "TIF".

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Hometown Hero: KY Special Olympics Basketball Team

Updated: 10/21/2007 - Team USA dominated at this year's Special Olympics World Summer Games. The basketball team, which was made up of 15 athletes from Kentucky, struck gold and in the process put Bowling Green on the map.

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Neighborhood May House Correctional Facility

Updated: 10/18/2007 - A correctional facility could be making its home in downtown Bowling Green. City officials and those close to LifeSkills Inc. say the business is in the process of selling its Hospital Hill building to a privately-owned correctional facility.

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Executions Slowed By Lethal Injections Review

Updated: 10/18/2007 - The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to review the constitutionality of lethal injections has slowed the number of executions taking place. The slowdown comes amid renewed concerns about whether the form of execution is too cruel.

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Early Morning Storm Kills Two in Missouri

Updated: 10/18/2007 - The National Weather Service is trying to determine if it was a tornado or just extremely high winds causing structural damage in Missouri. Investigators say the bodies of a 44-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman were found about 400-feet from the home.

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Change is Coming for TV Viewers

Updated: 10/18/2007 - The Federal Communications Commission is mandating that all on-air broadcasts move into the digital age after February 17, 2009--meaning higher picture quality and more channels. We talked to some TV viewers to see if they knew about the upcoming change.

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Lawmakers Look for New Compromise Following SCHIP Veto

Updated: 10/18/2007 - In Washington, Democrats have failed to overturn President Bush's veto of the SCHIP bill. That is the measure that would have expanded federal health care insurance for young people.

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Child Deaths Lead to FDA Hearing on Cold & Cough Meds

Posted: 10/18/2007 - The Food and Drug Administration is holding a hearing on Oct. 18 after a voluntary recall was announced last week of more than a dozen types of infant cough and cold medicine.

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Oct. 18 Brass Vigil Canceled

Posted: 10/18/2007 - We may be in a drought, but the rain chance has caused the cancellation of an event on Oct. 18.

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Police Charge Ohio County Man with Murder

Updated: 10/18/2007 - Robert Casey has been charged with murder for the death of Theresa Hicks. Kentucky State Police received a disturbance call at a residence on Morning Dr. in Hartford at around 11:30 p.m. on Oct. 17.

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Morning Fire Barely Misses Area Middle School

Updated: 10/18/2007 - The Bowling Green Fire Department received a call after 3:30 a.m. on Oct. 18 of a trailer that was fully engulfed. The trailer was used for storage and was located beside Drakes Creek Middle School.

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Fiscal Court Votes for Hotel Tax

Updated: 10/18/2007 - When you check into a hotel in Warren County in the coming months, you'll notice a new tax on your receipt. In its second reading, Warren County Fiscal Court voted 4-to-2 in favor of the two-percent hotel-motel tax.

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