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Two Students Still Hospitalized with E.coli

Posted: 09/16/2007 - Auburn Elementary School has two students with the illness and both are listed in stable condition at Vanderbilt Medical Center. One was recently moved out of intensive care.

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Fewer Black Freshman at UK this Semester

Updated: 09/17/2007 - While WKU is posting a record high enrollment this year, another Kentucky university is seeing lower numbers. The University of Kentucky has more than six-percent fewer black freshmen students this year compared to last fall.

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Family Loses Everything in House Fire

Posted: 09/16/2007 - A fire destroys a Bowling Green family's home, and now friends are hoping to help them rebuild. The fire happened on Magnolia St. when the homeowner, Victoria Bryant, and her daughter were trying to go to sleep.

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Fake Doctor Arrested

Updated: 09/16/2007 - Twenty-seven-year-old Tracy Lynn White is a former hospital secretary who Georgetown police say was improperly posing as a doctor and giving medical advice to patients at an obesity clinic.

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Two Men Charged for Altering Teacher's Picture

Updated: 09/17/2007 - On Sept. 9, WBKO and some other news agencies received this e-mail from Frankie Shane Ford of Mount Herman, Ky. The e-mail, signed by Danny Delph of Glasgow, had an altered picture of a Glasgow teacher.

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St. Jude Telethon Winners Announced

Updated: 05/29/2009 - Prize winners from the St. Jude Telethon are announced, including the winner for the 2007 St. Jude Dream Home.

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Western Kentucky University Setting Big Goals With New Campaign

Updated: 09/15/2007 - Western Kentucky University is setting big goals for the future. WKU's President, Gary Ransdell, unveiled a new campaign Friday morning. The $200 million dollar campaign will make WKU a leading American university with international reach by the year 2012.

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Winkler Talks to Oprah Winfrey

Posted: 09/13/2007 - In her first interview since getting out of prison, Mary Winkler, appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show Sept. 12. Winkler is convicted of killing her minister husband last year and told Oprah that she never intended to pull the trigger.

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President Addresses Nation on Iraq War

Posted: 09/13/2007 - On Sept. 13, President Bush addressed the nation on Iraq. He detailed his plan for cutting back U.S. forces there to pre-surge levels. Speaking from the Oval Office, President Bush announced a plan he calls "Return on Success."

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High School Deals With Terroristic Threat

Posted: 09/13/2007 - On Sept. 12, a student was removed from the school after possible "threatening behavior." On Sept. 13, many parents and students want to know what happened and if their children are safe.

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Democrats Go Online for 2008 "Mash-Up"

Posted: 09/13/2007 - The 2008 Democratics contending for the White House didn't break any ground during an online forum held Sept. 12, but the format did.

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St. Jude Dream Home Tour

Updated: 05/29/2009 - There are only a few days left until the big drawing for the St. Jude Dream Home and tickets are selling fast. There are fewer than 500 tickets left for the home, which is in Olde Stone subdivision in Bowling Green.

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Newspaper: Beshear's Law Firm Underwent Ethics Investigation

Updated: 09/13/2007 - The gubernatorial election is six weeks away and the candidates continue to hit the campaign trail. Now a newspaper is reporting that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Beshear's law firm was the subject of an ethics investigation 12 years ago.

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Highway Commissioner Wants Hearing Commission Stopped

Posted: 09/13/2007 - Kentucky's state highway commissioner tries to stop the Executive Branch Ethics Commission from conducting a hearing. The hearing is on allegations that Marc Williams violated the state's ethics code by improperly funneling business to an engineering firm.

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Tax Evasion Sends Man to Prison

Updated: 09/13/2007 - The man who owned the house where Russell Sublett held police at bay for three days in 2004 is sentenced for tax evasion.

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E.coli Scare at Logan County Schools

Updated: 09/13/2007 - A possible E.coli scare has many Logan County parents concerned for their children's health. We have been tracking this story and have the latest.

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BGMU Introduces Shocking Demonstration

Updated: 09/13/2007 - A new safety trailer uses electricity to show the possible accidents that can occur in and around your home and around power lines.

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Community Needs Are Discussed at Forums

Updated: 09/13/2007 - Dozens of people come together on Western's campus to determine the most pressing needs of the community. Sept. 13 marked the third of five forums designed to get community input for Western's new regional stewardship program.

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Emotional Testimony Precedes Life Sentencing

Updated: 09/13/2007 - Emotional testimony from the victim's parents precedes the sentencing of a man and a woman for the murder of a Bowling Green man. Tonya Ray and Christopher Hackworth were each sentenced to life in prison in Warren Circuit Court on Sept. 13.

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Humberto Downgrades to Tropical Storm

Updated: 09/13/2007 - The storm that hit shore early Sept. 13 as Hurricane Humberto is downgraded to a Tropical Storm as it bears down on central Louisiana. Hurricane Humberto made landfall near the eastern tip of the Texas coast in the same area where Hurricane Rita hit two years ago.

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Helicopter Hits Power Line, Kills Three Ft. Campbell Soldiers

Updated: 09/13/2007 - Fort Campbell releases the names of three soldiers killed when their helicopter crashed in a pasture in northeast Alabama. A company commander, a helicopter pilot and a repairman were killed when their helicopter crashed during a training flight.

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Roadside Bomb Kills Sunni Leader Key to U.S.

Updated: 09/13/2007 - A roadside bomb detonates in Iraq, with one of the victims in the blast important to the U.S. The bomb struck a convoy carrying 39-year-old Sheik Abdul Sattar Abu Risha and his security detail.

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WKU's Festival of Heroes Two-Day Concert

Updated: 09/13/2007 - A two-day concert at Western Kentucky University will help benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Sixteen artists from across the country will be on campus Thursday and Friday to perform.

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