Archie Bennett, 15, of Bowling Green, hugs CanDoo.
Archie Bennett (left), 15, and Michael Dishman, 17, both of Bowling Green, play ball Nov. 18 with CanDoo, an English cream golden retriever, at the Kelly Autism Program in Tate Page Hall on the campus of Western Kentucky University.
CanDoo takes a break Nov. 18.
Renaldo Teixeira (left), 7, and Chase McGrew, 10, both of Bowling Green, play with CanDoo.
Children at the Kelly Autism Program hug and pet CanDoo.
With every dominating win — we're up to 37-0 — it becomes more and more apparent that Kentucky really isn't competing against the remaining teams in the NCAA Tournament.
MARION, Ky. (AP) — The Cave-In-Rock Ferry is resuming operation in western Kentucky between Crittenden County, Kentucky, and Hardin County, Illinois.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Lawyers for the state of Kentucky are asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the Christian ministry that wants to be considered for a sales tax rebate program.
ERLANGER, Ky. (AP) — Speaking to a room full of conservative business leaders in northern Kentucky, three of the four Republican candidates for governor managed to answer a question about replacing the Brent Spence Bridge while skipping the most crucial detail: Do you support tolls?
SEATTLE (AP) — Amanda Knox 'tremendously relieved and grateful' after Italian court overturns conviction.
4forty9 is a band from a small town in Kentucky, called Burkesville. It’s a small town with little to do. So, these five young guys came together and formed a brotherhood. The name 4forty9 comes from
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Looks like another party coming - MARCH 27, 9pm
Chasing Layne is loud, aggressive and in your face Rock ‘N’ Roll. A bit of controlled chaos if you will. With soaring guitars, well written hooks and a driving backbeat, this band invokes familiar sou
Bueler's Day Off will be back @ Johnetta's Pub March 27, @ 9PM
THURSDAY, MARCH 26!!
WGI Sport of the Arts exists to foster positive experiences for all who participate, by promoting education, creativity and freedom of expression through the unification of the marching arts industry,
The Kentucky Museum and VSA arts of Kentucky have again partnered to produce an exhibition of artwork created during VSA arts workshops held at the museum. The exhibit features artwork of students wit
The latest exhibit at the National Corvette Museum is Comets, Asteroids, Meteors: Great Balls of Fire!
As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015