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Local Preparedness for Avian Flu

Posted: 03/16/2006 - Kentucky health department officials and Governor Fletcher are working to establish a plan on what would happen if the avian flu comes here. WBKO spoke with the Barren River Area District Health department about how prepared we are on the local level to keep you safe.

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Fletcher Ruling

Posted: 03/16/2006 - Governor Fletcher will have only one appointee sit as a special Kentucky Supreme Court justice in his appeal seeking to shut down an investigation into whether his administration broke state personnel laws.

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Child Porn Bust

Updated: 03/16/2006 - A national child pornography bust hits close to home arresting one person from Clarksville, Tennessee. Bowling Green police tell you what you can do to protect your children.

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Graduated Driver's License

Updated: 03/16/2006 - Kentucky's youngest drivers may face longer waits before getting their license.

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Nurse Faculty Shortage

Updated: 03/16/2006 - The lack of nurse educators is complicating the nationwide nurse shortage. Courtney Lassiter tells you how.

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Breast-Feeding

Updated: 03/16/2006 - A bill that would allow mothers to breast-feed their babies in public will soon head to the Governor.

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The Invisible Poor- Part Two

Updated: 03/16/2006 - According to the latest U.S. Census, six percent of all workers in the nation do not make enough money to live above the poverty line. On top of that, there are those people who can't work because of disabilities and can only survive from governmental aid.

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Allen County Accident Injures Four

Updated: 03/16/2006 - A sheriff's deputy and a seven-month-old baby remain hospitalized, following an accident Tuesday morning.

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Students Receive Scholarships

Updated: 03/15/2006 - Several area athletes will receive one thousand dollar scholarships from National City Bank.

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Warren Central Heads to the State Tourney

Updated: 03/15/2006 - It was a sea of navy and white, limos, and around a thousand students outside of Warren Central as the basketball team left for their fifth consecutive state tournament.

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Allen County Accident

Posted: 03/15/2006 - Three Bowling Green Residents and an Allen County Sheriff's Deputy were flown to Nashville hospitals.

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New Franklin City Manager

Posted: 03/15/2006 - A Logan County native, Bob Higgins will replace interim City Manager Chuck Coates.

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Political Personnel Latest

Posted: 03/15/2006 - Three judges have recused themselves from the Supreme Court hearing on hiring practices in Governor Fletcher's administration.

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Veteran's Courtyard Ceremony

Updated: 03/15/2006 - The first brick laying ceremony of '06 is held to honor area veterans, both living and deceased.

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Mine Explosion

Updated: 03/15/2006 - Lightning is now believed to be the cause of the Sago Mine blast.

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The Invisible Poor- Part One

Updated: 03/14/2006 - The term "poor people" can mean different things to different people, but there's one description you may not know about. These are the poor people who live next door that you never know about. They have jobs and a home, but are just a couple of paychecks away from the streets.

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Fostering Relationships

Updated: 03/14/2006 - Residents at Barren County Health Care Center get a little dose of encouragement once a month in the form of a group of preschoolers.

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Greek Village

Updated: 03/14/2006 - Five fraternities at Western Kentucky Universtiy are planning moves to new houses as part of a Greek VIllage being backed by the school.

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Comer: No Bond Reduction

Posted: 03/13/2006 - A former teacher accused of running off with her former student will remain in jail on bond.

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10 Commandments Could Return to Local Courthouse

Posted: 03/13/2006 - Some supporters of the 10 Commandments hope Governor Ernie Fletcher signs a bill that would allow the document to be posted again inside their local courthouse.

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Tuition Increase

Posted: 03/13/2006 - Students who live in Kentucky will pay 11 percent more next year to attend community and technical colleges in the state.

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