WKU students turn class project into reality to help local restaurants

Fri Mar 27 20:47:00 PDT 2020

WKU students turn class project into reality to help local restaurants

Some WKU Business students were given a model by their professor as a class project and used it to help local restaurants during this pandemic.

Allergist explains difference in allergy and COVID-19 symptoms

Be sure to contact your doctor if you do have questions concerning your allergy symptoms.

Bowling Green law enforcement, community leaders come together

The Warren County Sheriffs Office, Bowling Green Police Department, WKU Police Department, Bowling Green-Warren County NAACP, and other Bowling Green-Warren County officials gathered together Saturday morning to provide statements of unity.

WATCH - More Fantastic Weather On The Way

Sunday looks sunny and not humid so enjoy the outdoors.

UPDATE: Woman struck by truck during Black Lives Matter protest in Bowling Green

Police arrested a Bowling Green man after they say he struck a protester with his truck.

Summer camps and childcare programs look into alternative ideas for summer 2020

A big part of kids' summer includes things like summer camp, but with cancellations and restrictions due to COVID-19 camps are having to get creative.

"Quietness equals complicity"; WSCO and NAACP respond to George Floyd's death

Warren County Sheriff and local NAACP president speak about the recent current events in America regarding what they say are injustices.