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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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How to Live a Healthy Lifestyle in 2013

Updated: 01/02/2013 - It's 2013 and it's time to renew your New Years Resolution! Does your new promise for the new year include exercising more, losing weight, eating healthier, or just living a healthier lifestyle in general?

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Gym Memberships Increase at the Beginning of Every Year

Updated: 01/01/2013 - With the new year, brings new goals. Several of you are making, or have made your resolutions for the new year. We stopped by a Total Fitness Connection in Bowling Green to talk to those making the effort in 2013 to have better health.

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Baby Boy Born as Bowling Green's First of 2013

Updated: 01/01/2013 - A Bowling Green couple kicked-off 2013 by giving birth to their second son at 5:42 this morning. For Cambodian parents Jenny and Hout Chhor having the first baby of the new year is just an added perk to what their baby's birth means to them.

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Christmas Day Fire Claims Home of Four Brothers and Sisters


Updated: 12/31/2012 - Christmas day turned tragic for a local family of four brothers and sisters when their house caught fire. One family member who says his brothers and sisters have lost everything they own but things are beginning to look up.

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KSP Releases Playing Cards to Help Solve Cold Cases

Posted: 12/28/2012 - It was something Kentucky State Police started in the jails nearly three years ago to help solve cold cases. Now, KSP are releasing these playing cards that featured 52 Kentucky cold cases to the public to see if you can help solve any further unsolved crimes.

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Demand for Food Donations Increase During Winter Months

Posted: 12/28/2012 - As the holiday season wraps up and the decorations are put away its important to remember that the need for donations in our area is still great. One local food pantry says they need donations now more than ever.

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Piece of History to be Transformed into Armory Lofts

Updated: 12/27/2012 - A building rich with history in Bowling Green is being transformed with a new purpose in mind. By summer you could be living in the rear portion of the National Guard Armory off Chestnut Street.

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Restaurants Filling Up For Bowl Game

Posted: 12/26/2012 - With the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl kicking-off in less than 30 minutes many restaurants plan to have a crowd this evening. Local restaurants hope fans will brave the weather and come watch the game.

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Some Brave Weather for Day After Christmas Deals

Posted: 12/26/2012 - The day after Christmas is traditionally a day for frenzied shoppers to scoop up holiday deals, or to return a gift from Santa. Some braved the weather and the crowds to cash in.

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Woman Robbed at Gunpoint in Her Home

Posted: 12/21/2012 - The Warren County Sheriff's Office says a Bowling Green woman was robbed at gunpoint in her home last night. Makaylee Robbins was alone in the house she shares with her fiancé when deputies say two masked men entered her home.

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Suspected South Central Bank Robber Appears in Court

Updated: 12/21/2012 - The man who allegedly robbed the Nashville Rd. South Central Bank was arraigned in court this morning. James Russell has been charged with robbery, possession of meth, and promoting contraband on an unrelated case.

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Gun Sales Increase in Bowling Green

Updated: 12/21/2012 - The shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary has caused legislators to question the security of current gun laws. But as Washington is tightening its grip on the Second Amendment, gun owners in Bowling Green are still exercising their rights.

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New Bottle Label Fights Prescription Drug Abuse

Updated: 12/20/2012 - Another step has been made in the fight aimed at preventing prescription drug abuse in Warren County. A new prescription bottle label is calling on you to make a change.

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Accused Murderer Appears in Monroe Circuit Court

Updated: 12/20/2012 - Former Tompkinsville Police Chief Herbert "Sprocket" Proffitt was shot and killed in front of his home in August. His accused killer appeared in court today. Charles Hammer, 81, is charged with his murder.

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School Threats Common After High-Profile Attacks

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Posted: 12/19/2012 - The one-time principal at a western Kentucky high school where three students were shot to death 15 years ago says threats of violence at schools will always pop up after a highly publicized incident.

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Gregory Wins Special Election to Senate Seat

Posted: 12/18/2012 - Republican state Rep. Sara Beth Gregory has won a special election for a Senate seat from southern Kentucky, defeating Williamsburg teacher and Democrat Bill Conn by more than a 4-1 margin to replace former Sen. David Williams.

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