When thinking of archery, in most cases it requires for people to have arms to play. For one Richardsville elementary student proves others wrong by being involved in the archery […]
By Madison Martin Day and night – it’s hustling and bustling at WKU’s Preston Fitness Center. They plan on keeping it that way, partly by making sure their equipment stays […]
If you think college is challenging, how about being a professor/student/and a sergeant of the Western Kentucky University ROTC Program. WKU Reporter Brendan Ward Spoke with Sergeant Andrew Black […]
Halloween has changed over the years. Reporter Leroy Kleimola has more on how Trick or treating has transformed into trunk or treating—a much safer alternative for people who don’t feel […]
The number of pedestrian related deaths in Kentucky is on the rise. In wake of this, Bowling Green is in the process of adding miles of sidewalk to the […]
BOWLING GREEN, KY- Teams from surrounding areas flock to bowling green this weekend to compete in the special olympics area 5 regional bowling tournament. Reporter Danielle Dorsey introduces us to […]
Parking Structure 3 will be opening November 20th. Commuter’s will be able to ride the red line bus to and from the structure. The structure will add around 550 parking […]
Students with disabilities are given the opportunity to learn how to ride horses. Reporter Drew Hurt shows how not only is this program therapeutic for the students, but for the volunteers.
Western Kentucky University has designated safe spaces on campus where students can feel welcomed. One student made the decision to make the most out of her safe space.
WKU graduation rates have slowly increased over the years, but so have the transfer rates. Reporter Madison Ogg shows how many WKU students may not get their diploma in the […]