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International Children Sing For Students

Updated: 09/27/2007 - It was an "international treat" for children at Bowling Green Christian Academy. Fifteen children, all from impoverished areas of India, Uganda and the Philippines, known as "Children of the World" performed for students and adults on Sept. 27.

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A Song for Moms Everywhere

Updated: 09/27/2007 - Children and moms everywhere can relate to this. You may have even seen it on the Internet--the "William Tell Overture for Moms."

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School Says "No Child Left Behind" Should be Revised

Updated: 09/27/2007 - President Bush pushes for the renewal of the "No Child Left Behind Act." The president says numbers prove the measure is working. We spoke with one local school that disagrees.

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Parents Deal with More Recent Recalls

Updated: 09/26/2007 - High lead levels in paint prompt more toy recalls. The latest recall involves more than 600,000 toys and children's necklaces made in China. RC2 Corporation is recalling “Knights of the Sword" series toys and some of its Thomas and Friends items.

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Security Firm Spots Hole in AOL'S IM

Updated: 09/26/2007 - A security hole in widely used versions of AOL's instant-messaging program could let a crook grab control of a victim's computer, according to a security firm that says AOL's steps to repair the problem don't go far enough.

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Judge Declares Mistrial in Spector Case

Updated: 09/26/2007 - A judge declares a mistrial in the murder case against music legend Phil Spector. The jury deliberated for 12 days taking six ballots, but still was unable to reach a unanimous verdict.

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Crime Stoppers: Security Guard Assault

Updated: 09/26/2007 - The strike against General Motors has ended, but a strike against an area trucking company has become violent. We have the details in this Sept. 26 edition of Crime Stoppers.

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National UAW Strike Takes a Recess

Updated: 09/26/2007 - General Motors calls it one of the most complex bargaining sessions in the history of the GM/UAW relationship. On Sept. 26, it may have come to an end. The real resolution is still a vote away, but regardless, UAW members are back at work, and they're making up for lost time.

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"Can't Take My Eyes Off of You" Study

Updated: 09/26/2007 - If you've ever gotten caught checking someone out, you may soon be saved by science. That's because now there's an excuse! Research from Florida State University says you just can't help it.

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Much of Ohio County Under Boil Water Advisory

Posted: 09/26/2007 - At least half of Ohio County remains under a boil water advisory as of Sept. 26, after a main line break at the Perdue Water Plant. The plant serves about 2500 customers.

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$9.11 for Rudy Giuliani

Updated: 09/26/2007 - A fundraiser for Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani is facing heavy criticism in the San Francisco Bay area and beyond. Supporters came up with a 9-11 theme, an idea many say exploits the tragic events of that day.

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Buddhist Monk Protest Turns Deadly

Updated: 09/26/2007 - Security forces in Myanmar opened fire on demonstrators and witnesses say police beat and dragged away dozens of Buddhist monks.

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Alive Center Expands Services Across Central Ky.

Updated: 09/26/2007 - New efforts are being made to bring the community and WKU together to meet our area's needs. The Alive Center is expanding its services to 27-counties across central Kentucky.

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Former DARE Instructor Sentenced for DUI Charge

Posted: 09/26/2007 - Charles Stephen Wheeler crashed head-on into a vehicle driven by 17-year-old Ian Cole of Russell Springs, Ky. The wreck happened in June of 2005 in Russell County.

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Adair County Woman Goes to Trial for Starving Children

Updated: 09/26/2007 - Terri Boschee of Adair County is charged with four counts of criminal abuse. She was indicted last December after one of the children ran away and went to an area radio station for help.

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Vick's Troubles Continue After Failing Drug Test

Updated: 09/26/2007 - Court records show he's being placed on tighter restrictions after he tested positive for marijuana. Special new conditions include electronic monitoring and a curfew that would confine Vick to his home between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.

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Candidates Weigh In on Union Strike

Updated: 09/26/2007 - The UAW strike is striking a chord in the Kentucky gubernatorial race. Governor Ernie Fletcher said he understands unions' right to strike when they feel they're not getting a fair deal.

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GM and UAW Reach Tentative Agreement

Updated: 09/26/2007 - Early on Sept. 26, GM union workers put down their picket signs ending the first national strike against the nation's largest automaker in 37 years.

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Utah Jury Convicts Polygamous Leader

Updated: 09/25/2007 - Prosecutors argued that Warren Jeffs had forced a girl into marriage and sex against her will. Jeffs now stands to get life in prison.

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Families Prepare For Soldiers' Return

Updated: 09/25/2007 - This weekend, soldiers from the 2nd Battalion will be back in Kentucky after spending a year fighting in Iraq. Now those they left behind are preparing for their return.

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