Hoping to entice Western Kentucky University President Timothy Caboni to stay on for another four years, the university’s Board of Regents voted Friday to approve a new employment contract featuring several fresh compensation incentives. The deal, effective July 1, cements Caboni’s second fo…
The murder case against a man accused in a deadly shooting in the parking lot of Campus Pointe Apartments may hinge on whether a judge determines that the suspect acted in self-defense.
Three people have been announced as nominees to fill the vacant judgeship in the 49th Judicial Circuit, covering Allen and Simpson counties.
Western Kentucky University students raised $49,774 on Feb. 26 to support pediatric heart care at Norton Children’s Hospital during the annual Dance Big Red event.
Students of color made up nearly 25% of Kentucky’s overall student population during the 2019-20 school year, a reality that isn’t represented by the state’s teacher workforce, which is about 95% White.
A historical marker recognizing Thomas Henry Hines, a former Confederate soldier and judge, was moved Feb. 26 deeper into Fairview Cemetery based on a safety recommendation from Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 3 Chief District Engineer Joe Plunk.
Western Kentucky entered its weekend series against Old Dominion with an opportunity to clinch Conference USA's East Division, but couldn't capitalize on that chance in the first meeting.
The Warren Central boys’ basketball put up its most complete performance of the season with a dominating 64-42 win over LaRue County on Friday at Warren Central High School.
The Western Kentucky women's tennis team dropped a heartbreaker to Louisiana Tech on Friday, 4-3. The Lady Toppers split the six singles matches – winning at the No. 1, 2 and 5 positions – after the Lady Techsters claimed the opening doubles point.
The Bowling Green and southcentral Kentucky residential real estate market continued its recent hot streak in January, the fifth month in a row that sales have topped the same month from a year prior.