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Suicide Prevention Day

Updated: 09/08/2004 - This week is national suicide prevention week. The county-wide observance calls public attention to one of the world's largest cause of premature and unnecessary death - suicide. Now Bowling Green is trying to prevent the problem before it's too late.

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Overtime Law Helping Restaurant Workers

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Some recent changes to national standards could be effecting Kentuckians. On August 23, a new overtime law went into effect. The law could particularly impact the restaurant industry.

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WKU’s Diddle Lot Closes

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Construction is underway on Western Kentucky University’s campus causing a popular lot to close.

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Water Park Season

Updated: 09/06/2004 - City pool looks back on slow season as end of summer draws near.

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Gas Drive-Offs

Updated: 09/06/2004 - It’s a problem that’s been growing over the years, but now has the attention of Warren County officials.

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Franklin Liquor Vote

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Citizens will soon have chance to vote for or against liquor by the drink.

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Burkesville Bomb

Updated: 08/31/2004 - Family scared after bomb explodes under house.

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Missing Boy Found

Updated: 08/30/2004 - A Detroit boy is discovered by police in Cave City.

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Aspirin-Therapy Test At The Medical Center At Franklin

Updated: 08/30/2004 - Aspirin has been widely prescribed to patients suffering from heart attacks or stroke. And it's cost-efficient compared to some of the other medication recommended for fighting these diseases. But some people may be resistant to aspirin therapy. However, there's a new way to test aspirin therapy patients to find out if they're resistant.

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Electrician Injured at WKU

Updated: 08/25/2004 - A WKU Electrician is in the hospital tonight after being injured while looking into the power outage.

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Same Sex Classrooms

Updated: 08/25/2004 - School separates students to make them more comfortable.

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Children First: High-Tech Cheating

Updated: 08/24/2004 - Everyday there are new advancements in technology. And lately many of these advancements are aimed at students in grade school and high school. They are designed to make studying easier for students. But could they actually be making it easier for students to cheat?

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