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Cultures Celebrated in Downtown Bowling Green

Posted: 09/30/2007 - The festival is a celebration of cultural diversity and offers people the opportunity to experience the food, clothing, music, artwork and history behind many nationalities.

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National Guard Back in Bowling Green

Updated: 09/30/2007 - For 15 months they've been serving in Iraq, but now they say they're happy to see the green trees of Kentucky once again.

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Possible Coal Plants for Muhlenberg County

Updated: 09/29/2007 - Gas prices have been a headache for many people this year, but Muhlenberg County could soon be thriving off fuel and residents say this would be anything but a headache. Muhlenberg County may see at least 400 new jobs if two coal-to-diesel fuel plants are built in the area.

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Kids Get Lesson in Farm Safety

Posted: 09/30/2007 - Farm accidents make up a number of injuries and deaths among children. A lot of these accidents could be avoided if children were more aware of hidden hazards on the farm, and how to react in emergencies.

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Hometown Hero: Connie Peterie

Updated: 09/30/2007 - While a teacher's main goal is to educate, they also leave their students with lasting impressions of the world. This week's Hometown Hero is an educator who's teaching her students that while we're all different on the outside, we're the same on the inside.

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Attorney General Announces Release of DUI Manual

Posted: 09/27/2007 - Kentucky's attorney general releases a new DUI manual to help police in their fight against drunk driving. The manual comes after months of research on current strategies in DUI prosecution.

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KSP Investigates Possible Murder

Posted: 09/27/2007 - Kentucky State Police are investigating a possible murder in Russell County. Forty-seven-year-old Ricky Maynard of Jamestown was found dead around 8:20 p.m. on Sept. 26.

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Ky. Factory Workers Hit the Powerball

Updated: 09/27/2007 - Twenty-two employees at a Bardstown ink cartridge factory may not return to work after Sept. 27. That's because after nine-years of playing the lottery, they finally hit it big.

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New Legislation Helps Make College More Affordable

Posted: 09/27/2007 - College students will have their financial burden lightened a bit thanks to a new law. President Bush signs legislation designed to make college more affordable for students from poor and middle-class families

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Senator Craig Will Stay in Congress

Posted: 09/27/2007 - Craig had said he would resign Sept. 30 over his guilty plea in a men's room sex sting at the Minneapolis airport. A Minnesota judge now says it will be October before he rules on Craig's request to withdraw the plea.

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Judge Dismisses Assault Charges Against Autistic Boy

Posted: 09/27/2007 - A family fighting for the rights of their six-year-old autistic son is breathing a sigh of relief. On Sept. 26, a Kentucky judge dismissed all assault charges against the boy.

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Authorities Taze Teen in Court

Updated: 09/27/2007 - The Warren County Sheriff's Office says at around 8:30 a.m., they had to use force to subdue a 17-year-old when he refused to comply with a judge's order to go to juvenile detention center.

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Family Copes with Tragic Accident

Updated: 09/27/2007 - The family of a two-year-old who died tragically in Muhlenberg County on Sept. 26 tries to cope with her death.

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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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