Kentucky State Police say they have found 42 tons of fertilizer that had been reported missing from a company in Ohio.
Posted: 9:11 AM
A review of public water systems in Kentucky shows a drop in health-based violations.
Updated: 9:10 AM
Two attorneys representing plaintiffs in a case before the U.S. Supreme Court regarding California's Prop 8 same-sex marriage ban are addressing members of the Kentucky Bar Association this week in Louisville.
Posted: 9:08 AM
The results of the latest national health survey by the government finds the percentage of smokers in the United States has dropped to 18 percent in 2012.
Posted: 1:02 AM
A driver loses control on I-65 leading to a domino effect of three other cars to crash.
Updated: 10:27 PM
A Bowling Green couple awakened to a burglar in their car this morning, and a kind neighbor was able to help them stop the burglar.
Updated: 6:20 PM
Monday's Summer Stroll has been postponed.
Posted: 5:16 PM
The search for a new Warren County Public Schools superintendent may soon be coming to a close.
Updated: 5:57 PM
The country's largest online consumer electronics trade-in company is opening a processing center in Louisville.
Posted: 4:49 PM
Twelve demonstrators have been arrested following a protest by mine workers and their supporters in a dispute with St. Louis-based Patriot Coal.
Posted: 4:47 PM
Transylvania University has accepted the resignation of embattled President R. Owen Williams, effective at the end of the 2013-2014 academic year.
Posted: 4:45 PM
Fireworks sales have started. Sellers say this is much different than last year, when a drought prevented many people from using their fireworks.
Updated: 6:23 PM
Dozens of area organizations will soon find out how much funding they will receive from United Way of Southern Kentucky this year.
Updated: 5:56 PM
Some community-based organizations and local health departments are hosting free test events for HIV this month, as National HIV Testing Day is marked on June 27.
Posted: 8:02 AM
An eastern Kentucky town is considering selling delinquent tax debts to third-party collection agencies.
Posted: 7:55 AM
Police in northern Kentucky say a body pulled from the Ohio River may be the remains of a man seen jumping from the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge.
Posted: 7:39 AM
A private jet that had former President George W. Bush on board made an emergency landing after the smell of smoke was reported in the cockpit.
Posted: 12:48 AM
Fathers spent time with their sons and daughters for the holiday at Beech Bend.
Updated: 1:51 AM
A new thrill ride has made its way to Beech Bend Park.
Updated: 1:50 AM
Though many signs point to an economy on the rise,there are still plenty of towns across america that continue to struggle. Horse Cave has been affected greatly but a new addition to an old attraction may be just the spark the area needs.
Updated: 1:49 AM
Today Mount Olivet Church in Bowling Green celebrated it's 200th anniversary.
Updated: 1:12 AM
Aviation Heritage Park hosted it's annual Hanger Party at the Bowling Green Airport tonight.
There was food music, and of course the highlight of the evening, historic planes.
Updated: 1:13 AM
Aviation Heritage Park in Bowling Green continues to see improvements as it prepares for it's newest aircraft.
Updated: 1:13 AM
The Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police has re-accredited the Bowling Green Police Dept. for the fifth time.
Posted: 8:41 PM
It was a beautiful day for area veterans to gather at the VFW Post in Bowling Green in honor of Flag Day.
Updated: 8:43 PM
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