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ATV Helmet Bill

Updated: 02/02/2006 - Youngsters under the age of 16 would have to wear helmets whenever riding on all-terrain vehicles under a bill approved by a House committee.

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More Math

Updated: 02/02/2006 - KY high schoolers required to take more math under plan approved by state board of education.

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Funeral Protests

Updated: 02/02/2006 - Prolific protesters from a Kansas church wouldn't be welcome at Kentucky funerals under a bill that's been called out of a senate committee.

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Bully Bill

Updated: 02/02/2006 - An attempt to stop school bullies from intimidating other students has cleared the state house.

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Medicare Lawsuit

Updated: 02/02/2006 - Kentucky and California’s attorney general will likely ban together in a lawsuit over what many are calling the new "problem-riddled" prescription drug plan.

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Original Bible Comes to Town

Updated: 02/02/2006 - A Bowling Green church played host to historical Bible artifacts and a working printing press in an exhibit.

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Western Kicks Off Black History Month

Updated: 02/02/2006 - Black History Month originally began in 1926 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Since then, many advances have been made towards equality. These strides forward are what journalist Clarence Page showed to the students of Western Kentucky University, an institution which is celebrating fifty years of integration.

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BGPD Awards Ceremony

Updated: 02/02/2006 - Bowling Green Police Department holds annual employee awards ceremony.

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National Heart Month

Updated: 02/01/2006 - This Friday when you pick out what you're going to wear, consider going red. February 3 is the American Heart Association's Go Red Day.

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Speed Limit Proposal

Updated: 02/01/2006 - A proposal to raise Kentucky's speed limit to 70 miles per hour is closer to becoming law.

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Double Dipping - Part 1

Updated: 02/02/2006 - One of the benefits of a public service job used to be a generous pension to lure workers from the better-paying private sector. But today, many retired state workers are making good livings by returning to government and combining their state pensions with state pay. It's a practice called double-dipping. It's perfectly legal, yet highly controversial.

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2006 Primary Candidates Filing for County Election

Updated: 03/30/2006 - This is the final list of candidates running for county office in 2006, along with city commissioner and mayoral candidates in which a primary is needed. Every effort has been made to include accurate information. If you see an error, please send an e-mail to christopher.macdonald@wbko.com. Thank you!

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"Spell-A-Bration 2006"

Updated: 02/01/2006 - Adult spelling bee will raise money for Community Education.

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President in Nashville

Updated: 02/01/2006 - President Bush will be looking to build momentum with a three-day trip starting today in Nashville.

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Iraqi Girl in KY for Treatment

Updated: 02/01/2006 - A 12-year-old Iraqi girl is staying with a Lexington family as she gets treatments for burns.

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Arson Update

Updated: 02/01/2006 - Kentucky State Police continue to investigate how a fire began, but autopsy results show how a victim died.

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State of the Union

Updated: 02/01/2006 - President Bush addressed the nation in his fifth State of the Union.

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Drawing Their Future

Updated: 02/01/2006 - Just for a moment, imagine the future of agriculture. If you were in grade school again, that would be your assignment.

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Greenwood High School Thefts

Updated: 01/31/2006 - Over the past week several purse thefts have occurred at Greenwood High School.

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