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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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Franklin Family of Four Loses House to Fire

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Updated: 01/17/2013 - Firefighters say it was too late to save a Simpson County home by the time they arrived this morning. The homeowners reminisced about their dream home, as they watched it burn to the ground.

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Families of Students in Metcalfe County Worry After Bomb Threats

Updated: 01/16/2013 - As the bomb squads were checking the schools, parents and families were making sure their children were safe. One fourth grader's grandmother told her frantic story. "It's very upsetting. Kids like to get out over snow, or rain, or over floods, but it's a very sad situation when their lives are being threatened," Diane White says.

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Shoppers Stock-up For Wintry Weather

Updated: 01/15/2013 - Earlier today local residents were preparing to keep safe and warm for tonight's weather. Shoppers were heading out and stocking up on winter supplies while it was safe.

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Department of Highways Preparing for Winter Weather

Updated: 01/15/2013 - The Department of Highways prepared salt trucks earlier today for the expected sleet and snow. Chief District Engineer Greg Meredeth says its always important to prepare for winter weather even if its not as bad as expected.

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AR Becomes Hard to Find as Possible Gun Ban Nears

Updated: 01/14/2013 - In the last month, gun stores have experienced record-breaking sales of ammunition and assault rifles. Now that the sales have slowed down recently, several places are experiencing a greater need for supplies.

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UPDATE: Investigators Say Woodburn Fire is Arson

Posted: 01/11/2013 - A house fire investigation in Woodburn has been handed over to Kentucky State Police because officials believe it was arson. The fire started on Woodburn Allen Springs Rd around 8 last night.

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Nursing Homes Taking Extra Precautions to Fight the Flu

Updated: 01/11/2013 - Now several area housing facilities are doing everything possible to ensure the flu doesn't continue to spread. When Massey Springs assisted living in Bowling Green had a stomach bug outbreak in December, executive director Leigh Mooneyhan decided to make a few changes.

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Health and Wellness Expo Tomorrow to Offer Free Flu Shots

Updated: 01/11/2013 - Do you have questions about your health? Well now you can have all of them answered in one place. You can get a healthy start to 2013 by going to the 16Th annual Health and Wellness Expo tomorrow!

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House Fire on Woodburn Allen Springs Road in Warren County

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Updated: 01/11/2013 - Warren County Firefighters were called to the scene of a fire around 8 Thursday night in Woodburn. Woodburn Fire Chief Bob Skipper says someone called and reported flames coming out of the back of a house.

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Local Pharmacies See High Demand for Flu Shot

Updated: 01/11/2013 - With a severe flu season underway people want to make sure they aren't the next one to catch the virus. Sheldon's Pharmacy describes the high demand for the flu shot.

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Suspected Bank Robber Could Face Life in Prison

Posted: 01/10/2013 - The man accused of robbing American Bank and Trust on June 20th of last year was arraigned in court this morning. Warren County Commonwealth Attorney Chris Cohron says Steven Paul Harston, 47 pleaded not guilty in Warren District Court.

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Amish Woman Dies in Buggy Versus Car Collision

Updated: 01/10/2013 - An Amish woman is dead after a car struck the buggy she and her husband were driving today. The Simpson County Sheriff's Office says when a car drove around a curve on Roark Rd it hit the buggy.

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Flu Hits Bowling Green

Updated: 01/09/2013 - Kentucky is one of 41 states already reporting widespread cases of the virus. And Bowling Green is not exempt Urgent Care and The Medical Center who say they have seen an increase of people with the flu.

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Pets Being Poisoned in Logan County

Updated: 01/08/2013 - Eddie Turner told the Logan County Sheriff's office Monday that his dog had been poisoned. When he realized his dog was sick nearly a week ago, it was too late.

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Central Kentucky Man Looking to Prevent Bullying in Schools

Updated: 01/07/2013 - A Central Kentucky Police officer is making his way around schools in hopes to help stop bullying. Scott Harvey, an officer with Nicholasville Police, started a presentation called "I Am Someone". He stopped by Franklin-Simpson High School with hopes of stopping bullying in the school system.

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KSP: Car Thefts Are on the Rise

Posted: 01/04/2013 - For a couple of months now, state police have seen a continual rise in car break-ins in our area. Troopers say, they always see a rise in auto thefts during the holiday shopping season, but this year they have continued even after the shopping season.

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Glasgow Family of Four Loses Everything in Fire

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Updated: 01/04/2013 - A family of 4 in Glasgow lost everything they owned when a fire ignited in their trailer home around 5 yesterday evening. The family says they are thankful no one was injured, but sad they no longer have a place to call home.

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Robbery at First Security Bank

Bank Robbery

Updated: 01/03/2013 - The streak of armed bank robberies in Bowling Green continued today, this time on Chestnut St. It happened around 11 this morning when police say a man armed with a gun walked into First Security Bank, and demanded money.

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BG Stores Holiday Sales Up Despite National Outlook

Updated: 01/04/2013 - Retailers were hoping shoppers would spend big this holiday season but nationally early figures show holiday sales slumped to the lowest level in 3 years. Locally owned Bowling Green stores say just the opposite, with this past November and December being some of the biggest sales months they've seen.

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New Information About the Murder of Carol Neal

Updated: 01/02/2013 - Carol Neal disappeared in 1998, and evidence led police to believe she was murdered. It took fourteen years, but Bowling Green police have now identified the possible killer.

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