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It's a 12 year long tradition, a unique children's consignment sale in Bowling Green that anyone can be a part of, and what makes it so interesting is not only it's size, but it's purpose.
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A Bowling Green man is in critical condition in Nashville today after a single vehicle accident Thursday night in Butler County.
The Kentucky State Police is now accepting applications for its 92nd cadet class, which is scheduled to begin on August 3, 2014.
Officials with the Gallatin Police Department said two suspects stole a black, 2005 Harley Davidson Road Glide from a victim who listed the motorcycle on Craigslist on Wednesday, February 19. The victim told police the suspect responded to the advertisement, and took the motorcycle for a test drive but did not return to the residence.
The Bowling Green, Ky. National Corvette Museum's effort to remove the eight cars swallowed by a sinkhole last month got off to a triumphant start: The 2009 Corvette ZR1 "Blue Devil" pulled from the hole earlier this week drove away from the scene of the disaster under its own power.
A southern Kentucky man has entered a not guilty plea to the 1998 slaying of his estranged wife in Bowling Green.
A US man has admitted to hiding an assault rifle in a DVD player and a 9mm pistol in an Xbox console and posting them to customers in Australia.
The winter weather is sticking around and some people are still stuck at home. The commute around town is getting easier, but getting on the road seems to be the problem.
Bowling Green city officials said they had gotten several complaints about people being towed and thought it was time to change things.
An icy day in South Central Kentucky brings another snow day for schools. Hospital Hill is a "hot spot" for sledders in Bowling Green.
It looked so easy when two Corvettes were pulled from beneath the Earth on Monday, but Tuesday's process was much more difficult.
Secretary of State John Kerry sets a candle down on Tuesday, March 4, 2014, at the Shrine of the Fallen, a homage to anti-government protesters who died during the February clashes with anti-riot policemen in Kiev, Ukraine.
Western Kentucky University's Bowling Green campuses, including South Campus and Medical Center Health Sciences Complex, will remain closed Tuesday, March 4, 2014 to give facilities crews more time to clear ice and snow.
Our winter storm continues to wind down across eastern Kentucky. Many areas picked up 2"-8" of snow and ice.