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Area Doctors Seeing Fewer Flu Cases

Updated: 02/04/2013 - Doctors are seeing fewer flu cases, but flu season hasn't left just yet. Doctors say, they're seeing mostly cases of the flu and stomach viruses in school-aged children.

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Fans Gather at Local Restaurants for Super Bowl Sunday

Updated: 02/04/2013 - Sunday was the day, the NFL season was left behind, and Super Bowl fans picked on team or the other-- the Ravens or the 49ers. Very few fans in the area have cheered either team throughout this season, but a few Ravens fans gathered to watch their team play.

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Lobbying for Stricter Animal Cruelty Laws in Kentucky

Updated: 02/05/2013 - They are known as man's best friend but with Kentucky animal cruelty laws ranked last in the nation, it becomes difficult to protect abused animals. But some are lobbying toward stricter policies that will keep animals in Kentucky safe.

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The Costs of a Fake Bomb Threat

Updated: 02/01/2013 - Barren County is still playing catch-up, after a string of bomb threats were made to three of its schools. Local law enforcement and school officials talk about the toll a hoax of this magnitude takes on a community.

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Area Residents Start Tornado Clean-up

Updated: 01/31/2013 - Several area residents were out in the chilly weather Thursday cleaning up after several tornadoes swept through early yesterday morning, and one Smiths Grove woman is thankful to be alive. When Marj Lemster walked outside Wednesday morning, it was a sight she never expected. When Marj Lemster walked outside Wednesday morning, it was a sight she never expected.

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Corvette Museum Receives Grant From State Farm

Posted: 01/30/2013 - The National Corvette Museum received a $15,000 grant from state farm today to encourage safe teen driving. This is the second year State Farm has donated money to the museum's Teen Driver's Safety Academy.

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Bomb Threats on Bathroom Stalls at Two Barren County Schools

Updated: 01/29/2013 - Barren County Schools receive two bomb threats Tuesday-- the first happening at the middle school, and the second bomb threat in the high school. Around 11 in the morning a student at Barren County Middle School reported a bomb threat on a girls' bathroom stall.

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Kentucky Fire Chiefs Meet in Bowling Green For Annual Conference

Updated: 01/28/2013 - In a non-emergency situation, fire chiefs from all across the Commonwealth were in Bowling Green this weekend for the Kentucky Association of Fire Chiefs Conference. More than 70 fire chiefs came together this weekend to network with each other.

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Increase in People Getting Concealed Carry License

Updated: 01/27/2013 - With new proposals emerging aimed at creating stricter gun control laws, those in Bowling Green today are making sure they take advantage of their right to bear arms. Local concealed carry classes are seeing an increase in students.

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Warren County Parks and Rec Facing Serious Budget Cuts

Posted: 01/25/2013 - After a tax increase was voted down last month all Warren County Departments now have to cut at least 10 percent from their budgets. I've done everything that I know how to do, that we know how to do to make the numbers work," says Chris Kummer, Parks and Recreation Director.

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Murder in Simpson County

Updated: 01/29/2013 - A shooting in Simpson County, leaves one man dead and another behind bars. Around 1:30 Friday morning, the Simpson County Sheriff's Office responded to a shooting on Harvey Robertson Rd.

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How to Prepare for Winter Weather

Updated: 01/24/2013 - Area roadways are being pre-treated to prepare for freezing rain, sleet, or snow expected to move into our area tonight, potentially causing dangerous driving conditions. Here's some winter weather tips that could help you out of a slippery situation.

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Glasgow Outer Loop to be Completed Next Year

Updated: 01/22/2013 - The Kentucky Department of Highways is working on the fifth and final phase of a multi-million dollar road project in Glasgow. The final piece to the Veterans Outer Loop will serve as a key section for economic boost for Glasgow.

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Local Reactions to President Obama's Inauguration

Updated: 01/21/2013 - "I Barrack Hussein Obama do solemnly swear." As the President starts a fresh four years, the country is focusing on some things they believe he needs to work on in his 2nd term.

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Lost River Pizza is Finalist for Restaurateur of the Year

Updated: 01/21/2013 - Lost River Pizza in Bowling Green has been named a finalist for The Kentucky Restaurant Association Restaurateur of the year. The award goes to the restaurant that goes out of the way to satisfy customers with fabulous experience.

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Warren East Gets Second Threat on a Bathroom Wall

Updated: 01/18/2013 - Another threatening message on a bathroom wall was found at Warren East High School last night. Superintendent Tim Murley says it's important to treat each threat like it's the first one.

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Flu Hits Children Hard This Season

Updated: 01/18/2013 - The already bad flu season seems to be getting worse, with the CDC saying 48 states are reporting widespread flu activity. It is hitting the elderly and children the hardest.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Kicks-off "Bowl For Kids Sake"

Updated: 01/17/2013 - Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Kentucky kicked off their biggest fundraiser event of the year today. Last year's Bowl for Kids' Sake challenge winners were recognized in their perspective categories.

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