Clouds will begin to decrease on Wednesday, with warming temps quickly improving travel conditions. Improving conditions follow late Thursday into the weekend with highs around 51 Sunday.
Wednesday, February 01, 2023
Tuesday, January 31, 2023
Local law enforcement and community leaders Monday condemned the actions of the Memphis police officers who were fired and now face criminal charges in connection with the death of Tyre Nichols.
A deputy jailer with Warren County Regional Jail was arrested early Monday on multiple felony offenses after police responded to a disturbance.
In honor of Black History Month, Mammoth Cave National Park will host daily ranger-led events throughout February that focus on the legacy of African Americans at the cave.
The League of Women Voters of Kentucky has opened a local chapter in southcentral Kentucky.
Kathryn Brown and her customers have a year of catching up to do.
A scattered wintry mix will be with us throughout the day as temps hover right around freezing. Treacherous travel will be possible, with a winter weather advisory in place. Falling temps this evening will result in a more likely scenario for exacerbating conditions on the roadways. For more…
Monday, January 30, 2023
Logan County farmer Kenneth Chyle had no way of knowing that reading a farming magazine 13 years ago would change his life.
Students at Parker-Bennett-Curry Elementary, McNeill Elementary and all throughout the Bowling Green Independent School District celebrated their 100th day of school with a variety of activities, including 100 exercises, popping 100 balloons, walking in a fashion show dressed as old folks and more.
Monday, January 30, 2023
GLASGOW – A former Barren County Middle School teacher who was arrested following allegations of improper sexual contact with a student was sentenced Monday to 17 years in prison.
Down Syndrome of South Central Kentucky is expanding its service area to include Adair, Cumberland, Green and Todd counties.
Since 2003, volunteers at Broadway United Methodist Church have come together to host the Lil’ Angels Attic children’s consignment sale.
Sunday, January 29, 2023
Jimmie Gipson, who helped mold Houchens Industries into a multibillion dollar enterprise, passed away Saturday at age 81.
LEXINGTON – The Bowling Green Daily News earned numerous honors at the Kentucky Press Association’s annual meeting and awards event in Lexington this weekend.
My friend’s mother, Miss Sylvia, is making cornbread. Her house is alive with the smell. The 72-year-old woman cooks cornbread the old-fashioned way. An iron skillet in the oven. Lots of butter.
A demon from Mount Kurama, Japan used to ravage nearby villages. His mischief was ended when Bishamonten, a Buddhist deity, threw roasted soy beans at his eyes. During the Setsubun festival in February, the Japanese throw soy beans out the door and say, “Oni go out! Blessings come in!” To th…
Except for the U.S. Army, early-20th century aviation was only an amusement. That all changed on May 15, 1918, when the U.S. Post Office loaded the mail onto a Curtiss JN-4H “Jenny” biplane in New York, destined for Philadelphia and Washington.
Saturday, January 28, 2023
Bowling Green is growing, and so may be occupational taxes.
Western Kentucky University’s newest distinguished professor is creating a different kind of buzz on campus.
The main theme of the 2023 Historic Railpark Train Museum campaign is titled “Light Up the Depot,” which harkens back to a much darker time for the historic L&N Depot which houses the museum.
Mission BBQ, the Maryland-based chain of barbecue restaurants that launched in 2011 with a business plan that includes supporting military, police and emergency responders, is only weeks away from opening its Bowling Green location.
When circumstances bring a police chaplain in contact with someone experiencing tragedy, they need to be prepared to provide comfort during the most harrowing moments.
Friday, January 27, 2023
More than a week after an appearance and presentation by former Louisville Metro Police Department officer Jonathan Mattingly stirred outrage among unsuspecting patrons, the owners of Anna’s Greek Restaurant issued a statement of apology.
Photojournalism students packed into Western Kentucky University’s Jody Richards Hall auditorium Wednesday night to learn from a decorated sports photographer.
A Barren County man was arrested on a weapons charge after police reportedly found a pipe bomb in a residence.
Decreasing clouds will accompany warmer temperatures to finish out the work week. Our warming trend continues on Saturday, before rain showers become likely Saturday night into Sunday. For more forecast info, see https://wxornotBG.com.
Thursday, January 26, 2023
Simpson County is the latest community to benefit from Kentucky’s growing status as a hub for electric vehicle battery manufacturing.
A Tennessee jewelry store owner accused of being in on a scheme to steal a safe full of jewelry from the home of the late Western Kentucky University provost Barbara Burch has pleaded guilty to two criminal counts.
Three years after a former Warren County Regional Jail inmate alleged in a lawsuit that a now-fired Kentucky State Police trooper punched and kicked him while he was handcuffed, an updated version of the suit seeks to hold multiple KSP officers liable for hiring the trooper.
Another step toward meeting the growing need for housing in a burgeoning Warren County was taken last Thursday at the City-County Planning Commission of Warren County meeting.
Western Kentucky University’s online bachelor’s program is one of the best in Kentucky and the nation, according to new U.S News & World Report rankings.
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Former Louisville Metro Police Department officer Jonathan Mattingly, whose appearance last week at Anna’s Greek Restaurant as a guest of the Republican Women’s Club of South Central Kentucky stirred controversy, addressed the reaction Tuesday.
The case involving a man accused in a deadly downtown shooting is scheduled to head to trial this spring.
Police in Glasgow arrested a man Tuesday after he reportedly assaulted several employees at a Little Caesar’s store and stole food.
The Bowling Green Independent School District Board of Education on Thursday appointed Cierra Waller to fill a vacant seat on the school board.
Three youthful offenders being held in Warren County Juvenile Detention Center reportedly orchestrated an attack on staff there Monday night.
Tuesday, January 24, 2023
Art – ranging from music and poetry to literature and the art of brewing – will be celebrated in Bowling Green in April as the city also salutes its status as home to a large population of pigment-challenged rodents.
The venue that last week hosted one of the Louisville Metro Police Department officers involved in the 2020 raid that led to Breonna Taylor’s death was the site of a protest Monday night.
Fourteen Western Kentucky University fashion merchandising students will soon be able to do something most college graduates in their field can’t – add a New York Fashion Week experience to their resumes.
Partly to mostly sunny skies will join warmer temperatures today. All eyes will be on late tonight into Wednesday, when the possibility of wintry weather will arrive. Slick spots could come to fruition, before a transition to all rain as temps quickly scamper above freezing. For more forecas…
Monday, January 23, 2023
White Squirrel Brewery, a Bowling Green staple just like its animal namesake, is returning to town and setting up shop in the Gasper Brewing Co. location at 302 State St.
Two Barren County women have been indicted on murder charges in connection with the death last year of a Glasgow man.
A skirmish in the parking lot of a bowling alley left one man with multiple stab wounds and another man facing criminal charges.
Sunday, January 22, 2023
The repercussions continue to be felt almost a week after one of the officers involved in the raid that resulted in the 2020 death of Breonna Taylor gave a presentation at Anna’s Greek Restaurant about the events of that night.
There we were. Standing outside the Back Forty Beer Company Brewery in Birmingham, Alabama. Me and a few friends. We had just finished watching an NFL football game on a large screen inside, and drinking Ovaltine.
A scattered wintry mix early will quickly transition to likely rain chances throughout this Sunday. Clouds will attempt to break up Monday into Tuesday, before another weather maker brings chances for rain & snow late Tuesday into Wednesday. For more forecast info, see https://wxornotBG.com.
Saturday, January 21, 2023
Downtown Bowling Green’s Fountain Row entertainment destination center is expected to expand its operating schedule from Fridays and Saturdays to seven days a week.
Bowling Green city officials came together Thursday at Sloan Convention Center for an annual special work session for long term strategic planning.
Much-needed upgrades to the Warren County Regional Jail medical unit are coming, thanks to a partnership with the Housing Authority of Bowling Green.
The Warren County Public Schools Board of Education filled a vacancy on its board Thursday, unanimously approving the appointment of Adam Jackson to join as the fifth member representing District 1.
The art gallery at the Presbyterian Church in Bowling Green has been giving artists a place to display their most treasured works for the past 14 years.
Friday, January 20, 2023
A Bowling Green man accused of traveling to Syria to join the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham has requested he be freed on bond while his federal criminal case is pending.
Suspicious white vans, candy offerings and lost pets may be relics of the “stranger danger” warnings of the past, but the world can still be a dangerous place for kids and teens.
Addressing a packed courtroom at Warren County Justice Center that included several former colleagues and members of law enforcement, newly sworn Eighth Circuit Commonwealth’s Attorney Kori Beck Bumgarner pledged to uphold and enhance the legacy of the office.
A man’s death last month in Franklin from a suspected drug overdose has resulted in the arrest of two people on criminal charges.
Two Bowling Green residents have been indicted on multiple charges stemming from a reported robbery that took place the day after Thanksgiving.
Western Kentucky University’s budget is showing signs things are returning to pre-pandemic levels for the institution.
Decreasing clouds will accompany much colder conditions today. We’ll keep it on the colder side through the weekend, with the possibility of a wintry mix late Saturday night. This will transition to likely rain chances Sunday. For more forecast info, see https://wxornotBG.com.
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