Police made an arrest Saturday night in connection with the shooting deaths in the parking lot of the O’Charley’s restaurant Friday night in Bowling Green.
New steps are in place to address financial issues at Community Action of Southern Kentucky that have drawn the concern of Bowling Green city officials.
Spider-Man could rub elbows with zombies, demons, light- saber-wielding Star Wars characters and Eddie Munster on Saturday as he strolled past comic book and pop culture vendors at the National Corvette Museum.
Southern Recycling plans to discontinue curbside recycling service in Warren County as of March 31, and some surrounding counties are also tackling questions about the future of their recycling programs.
State Rep. Patti Minter, D-Bowling Green, has joined a dozen other Democratic lawmakers in calling for all public schools to offer comprehensive sex education to students between kindergarten and the 12th grade.
BGPD Public Information Officer, Ronnie Ward, gives a statement to the media regarding the shooting at O'Charley's that killed one person and injured another.
Western Kentucky had six players score in double figures to beat Marshall 91-84 on Saturday in the second meeting with the Thundering Herd this week.
Jared Savage got his wish. Three days after stating he and the Hilltoppers would rather not have to rally from double-digit deficits to win games, Western Kentucky led most of the night to sweep Marshall.
Warren Central coach William Unseld knew Friday’s game at Greenwood would be a tough road test for his team – a place where the Dragons have had their troubles.
The scouting report will be much shorter, and the matchup memory will be very fresh.