After lengthy discussion across two meetings, the Bowling Green City Commission voted Tuesday not to change how it votes on ordinances.
It might have been the most satisfying whinny Catherine Limkeman had ever heard from Declan, the horse she transported Tuesday from Ozark, Ill., to Warren County’s Rainhill Equine Facility.
A judge will determine how much testimony a firearms expert will be allowed to give in a case involving a deadly Bowling Green shooting from 2017.
Western Kentucky University is gearing up this month for development of a new campus master plan that will help shape the next decade of construction, land use, transportation, sustainability efforts and a whole lot more on the Hill.
Declan, a blind 17-year-old horse from Ozark, Ill., made the nearly three-hour road trip to his new home in Bowling Green, where he will live out the rest of his days.
Warren Central senior Dre Boyd and Glasgow senior Ashanti Gore were named as the Region 4 Boys and Girls Basketball Players of the Year on Tuesday.
Western Kentucky senior pitcher Kelsey Aikey has been named one of 30 NCAA Division I softball candidates for the 2020 Senior CLASS Award.
Western Kentucky's women's golf team finished with its best round of the event, shooting 4-over 292 on the final round and placing fourth at the Amelia Island Collegiate on Tuesday with a 54-hole, 19-over score of 883 in Fernandina Beach, Fla.
SCOTTSVILLE – As the regular season winds down, Warren Central boys’ basketball coach William Unseld likes his team’s direction heading into the postseason.
Bowling Green law firm English, Lucas, Priest & Owsley has announced that ELPO attorney Leah A. Morrison will now offer legal services related to Medicaid planning.