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WKU Grad in Top-Grossing Film

Updated: 03/11/2007 - Top-grossing film puts spotlight on a Kentucky native and Western Kentucky University grad.

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Franklin Facility Expanding

Updated: 03/11/2007 - New Mather's Metals in Franklin is expanding their facility for the third time.

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Cave City Petitions

Updated: 03/11/2007 - Residents of Cave City are reviewing petitions they will present to the city council, asking them to change their behavior or step down.

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Taxes Could Raise in Warren County

Updated: 03/10/2007 - After the announcement of a 3.5 million dollar budget deficit in Warren County government, a special budget committee has made its recommendation.

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New Archery Tournament

Updated: 03/10/2007 - The Kentucky National Archery in Schools Program reports students that historically resist physical education classes are eager to participate in archery and actually use the sport to find a place to be themselves.

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Amy Nunn's Bond Hearing

Updated: 03/10/2007 - The Glasgow woman accused of murdering her husband and tampering with physical evidence has her bond lowered.

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Plea Deal Offered to Mickey Mosher

Updated: 03/10/2007 - A plea deal has been offered to the Indiana woman accused of killing Bowling Green businessmen Cornelius Martin and Brooks Mitchell.

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WKU Prepares Student for Spring Break

Updated: 03/10/2007 - When you hear of college spring break, you may think of sunny beaches, alcohol and low inhibitions. After all MTV’s show Spring Break is full of partying college students under the influence of alcohol and making decisions they wouldn’t normally make. Western Kentucky University is trying to protect its students from bad judgment calls.

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Clinton Co. Drug Roundup

Updated: 03/10/2007 - A seven month drug trafficking investigation in Clinton County leads to the arrest of 30 people.

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Lawmakers' Latests

Updated: 03/10/2007 - State lawmakers are working hard to improve Kentucky's state of life. From a safer cigarettes bill, the revision of the Boni Bill, a speed limit increase and approving impaired driving bills, stay connected to wbko.com for the latest on what Legislation is doing for Kentucky

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Hometown Hero: Brianna Trickey

Updated: 03/10/2007 - When most teenagers at the age of sixteen are dreaming of cars and enjoying their youth, this week’s Hometown Hero who is a Logan County High School senior, is dreaming of a quick recovery.

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Senate Passes Minimum Wage

Posted: 03/09/2007 - Kentucky's minimum wage would increase for the first time in a decade under a bill the Senate approved.

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General Assembly Butt Heads

Updated: 03/09/2007 - This year's general assembly will likely end without an agreement on how the state can mend its troubled pension system.

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One Class at a Time: Highland Elementary

Updated: 01/16/2009 - An area classroom will soon be even more of a literacy center thanks to One Class at a Time. This week’s $250 check went to Alison Lenhart a kindergarten teacher at Highland Elementary in Glasgow.

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Wikipedia Credentials

Updated: 03/09/2007 - Wikipedia, the free internet encyclopedia, plans to ask contributors claiming prestigious credentials to identify themselves. This comes after an editor’s credentials were called into question.

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Child Care Hotline

Updated: 03/09/2007 - A new toll-free phone number is helping parents find the proper child care.

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Domestic Partner Bill Blocked

Updated: 03/09/2007 - A divided House Committee has blocked a bill seeking to prevent state agencies from offering domestic partner health benefits.

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Boni Bill Update

Updated: 03/09/2007 - The State Senate is set to vote on a bill designed to improve social worker safety. The bill is named after Boni Frederick, a Henderson social worker who was killed while supervising a visit between a toddler and his biological mother.

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