Updated: 10/07/2005 - We are currently in Fall Fire Hazard Season. This time of year brush fires are more likely to happen.
Updated: 10/07/2005 - Bowling Green's downtown streets and traffic lights may possibly see some new changes.
Updated: 10/06/2005 - A federal grand jury in Bowling Green indicts a Warren County man for possessing child pornography, while in Louisville a Campbellsville man pleads guilty.
Updated: 10/06/2005 - A Warren Circuit Court jury sentences a Bowling Green man for his part in a fatal shooting two-and-a-half years ago.
Updated: 10/06/2005 - An area daycare is under investigation by the Glasgow Police Department. Police say a baby was bitten and scratched by another child.
Updated: 10/06/2005 - With those cooler temperatures approaching, comes the heating bill. If your house is heated by natural gas you may want to brace yourself or stock up on blankets.
Updated: 10/06/2005 - Respite is an option for parents looking for temporary child care who are financially unable to secure child care.
Updated: 10/06/2005 - Memorial Funeral Home shut down when owner is jailed.
Updated: 10/05/2005 - House and Senate votes will now be displayed on online when the 2006 session begins.
Updated: 10/05/2005 - Nashville police are restricting the use of tasers, in the aftermath of the death of a man, after being shocked with one 19 times.
Updated: 10/05/2005 - Get ready to pay before you pump! As of January 1, it will be mandatory at all Bowling Green gas stations.
Updated: 10/05/2005 - The office of the Kentucky Attorney General is now investigating the online college whose call center closed in Bowling Green.
Updated: 10/05/2005 - Police arrest a Glasgow man and his wife after a chase through an area neighborhood.
Updated: 10/05/2005 - A Kentucky National Guardsman is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
Updated: 10/05/2005 - Western Students and area bands play for a good cause.
Updated: 10/05/2005 - A Bowling Green man turns himself into police after shooting another man.
Updated: 10/04/2005 - The American Red Cross estimates Hurricane Katrina relief efforts will cost two billion dollars, and help nearly one million families with urgent needs for food and shelter, financial assistance, and physical and metal health services.
Updated: 10/04/2005 - 14 months after he left for Iraq, Richardsville Elementary art teacher Chris Calvert is back in the classroom.
Updated: 01/15/2007 - October 5, 2005.
Updated: 10/04/2005 - A state representative announces he is switching his party affiliation.
Updated: 10/03/2005 - Soon when you go out to eat there will be changes. Maybe not changes that are immediately obvious, but there will be changes. As of January 1, 2007 the Barren River District Health Department will require all restaurants to have at least one employee certified in food handling.
Updated: 10/04/2005 - As families across the Gulf Coast begin to pick up the pieces Hurricane Katrina left behind, two area churches are trying to help.
Updated: 10/02/2005 - Two inmates escaped from the Hart County Jail early Sunday morning.