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Photographer’s work shows best, worst of the planet earth

Posted on 14 April 2014

Photographer’s work shows best, worst of the planet earth By Leah Brown It was a cold, March day in Alaska when Peter Essick faced a quick decision before jumping from a sinking pontoon plane into freezing, cold water: Should he save his expensive camera gear or his food and survival gear? Before swimming to shore, […] Continue Reading

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WKU student engineers a turnaround and lands honor Army’s Top Engineer Cadet

Posted on 14 April 2014

WKU student engineers a turnaround and lands honor Army’s Top Engineer Cadet By Matthew Langston Sean Tedtaotao sits quietly in the cadet lounge, working away at numerous homework assignments, which call on him to remember countless hours of studying engineering material. As cadets stroll in and linger about, Sean offers them a friendly gesture but […] Continue Reading

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Software Maintenance Upgrades – short iNWS outages during week of March 10-14

Posted on 08 March 2014

Software Maintenance Upgrades – short iNWS outages during week of March 10-14 There will be a few short iNWS outages during the week of March 10-14 as we implement software maintenance upgrades. The first will be Monday morning approximately 9am EDT lasting approximately 90 minutes. We will modify the outage schedule to avoid busy weather […] Continue Reading

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Cars Involved in Corvette Museum Sinkhole

Posted on 12 February 2014

The National Corvette Museum has released a list of the eight vehicles involved in the large sinkhole. 1993 ZR-1 Spyder on loan from General Motors 2009 ZR1 “Blue Devil” on loan from General Motor 1962 Black Corvette 1984 PPG Pace Car 1992 White 1 Millionth Corvette 1993 Ruby Red 40th Anniversary Corvette 2001 Mallett Hammer […] Continue Reading

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Giant Sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum

Posted on 12 February 2014

The National Corvette in Bowling Green is reporting a giant sinkhole has opened up inside their facility.  The Bowling Green Fire department is estimating the size of the hole to be forty feet across and thirty feet deep.  Eight cars in the museum were affected by the collapse and no one was injured.  News Channel […] Continue Reading

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Giant Sink Hole at Corvette Museum

Posted on 12 February 2014

The National Corvette in Bowling Green is reporting a giant sinkhole has opened up inside their facility. News Channel 12 has crews on the scene and will have updates as we receive new information.   Continue Reading

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The Night the Dreams Died

Posted on 09 December 2013

Donetta Williamson, Cheryl’s mother, and her youngest daughter, Loveit, place a bouquet outside The Gillespie in Louisville, where Cheryl was shot. The memorial service marked the one-year anniversary of Cheryl’s death.   By Tessa Duvall It took one, very long sleepless night to complete that crystal-encrusted costume. “Jesus,” Terrance Williams says. “We stayed up all […] Continue Reading

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BGPD gives advice for protection against holiday theft

Posted on 23 October 2013

With the holidays quickly approaching, local theft crimes are projected to rise. The Bowling Green Police Department has some advice on how home and vehicle owners can keep safe this season. So far this month, BGPD has had 20 burglaries, 76 thefts, and three robberies all from vehicles and local residencies. According to BGPD’s Public […] Continue Reading

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Proposed ordinance in Owensboro would ban livestock on small farms

Posted on 23 October 2013

A proposed ordinance in Owensboro would ban residents from keeping livestock on small farms. The proposal would increase the minimum size of farms. Farms less than two acres in size and closer than 100 feet to a home would be prohibited. The proposal, however, allows for small chicken coops in yards over a half acre […] Continue Reading

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USDA recalling thousands of pounds of meat from Kentucky store shelves

Posted on 23 October 2013

The USDA is recalling almost 23,000 pounds of meat from store shelves in Kentucky. Canadian and United States health officials said they found a rare bacteria at a Kansas food plant on Tuesday. The bacteria affects pregnant women, newborns, the elderly, and individuals with weakened immune systems. Anyone concerned about an illness is advised to […] Continue Reading

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