In the early morning hours of February 12, 2014, security camera's at the National Corvette Museum recorded the earth opening up to swallow 8 corvettes on display in the Skydome.  Worldwide attention to the 40 foot by 30 foot hole would continue throughout the year as the museum struggled to decide how to retrieve and restore the cars and whether or not to fill in the sinkhole the viewing of which increased visits to the museum by 66% and revenue by 71%.

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The National Corvette Museum is putting the final touches on its Skydome, which will celebrate its grand opening Labor Day weekend. 

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Exactly one year after it fell into a sinkhole that collapsed beneath the National Corvette Museum’s Skydome, a restored 2009 ZR1 Blue Devil w…

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Repairing damage from a sinkhole that collapsed last year at the National Corvette Museum is progressing.

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Work began Monday to fill the sinkhole that became an inadvertent attraction at the National Corvette Museum, and museum officials plan to cre…

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Construction on the National Corvette Museum sinkhole project began Monday, but the actual filling-in process won’t begin for at least another month.

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Construction on the National Corvette Museum sinkhole project began today, but the actual filling-in process won't begin for at least another month.

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Chevrolet Corvettes were a hot item last month. The National Corvette Museum turnstiles didn’t do too bad either.

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The Warren County Fiscal Court on Wednesday approved a bid for the repair of three sinkholes.

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The Warren County Fiscal Court on Wednesday approved a bid to repair a sinkhole on private properties off Old Scottsville Road.

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A portion of the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum Skydome will be kept open under a proposal the museum’s board of directors approved …

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A portion of the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum Skydome will be kept open under a proposal approved today by the museum's board of d…

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Zeke Jenkins of Huntsville, Ala., saw photos on the news of the sinkhole that swallowed eight cars Feb. 12 at the National Corvette Museum, bu…

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Leslie North has been an assistant professor of geography at Western Kentucky University for three years, coming to the area for her husband’s…

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Lynda Patterson of Louisville and her husband, Mike, had intended for some time to donate their red 1993 40th anniversary Corvette convertible…

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The eighth and final Corvette that sank in a sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum on Feb. 12 has been uncovered.

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The 1.5 millionth Corvette to roll off the assembly line was the seventh to be pulled out of the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum Skydome.

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The sixth of eight Corvettes that fell into a sinkhole that formed in the National Corvette Museum’s Skydome was rescued this morning.

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A hole in the ground gave Western Kentucky University building construction students a unique learning opportunity.

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Sensing that no better opportunity might come, workers Wednesday removed two more Corvettes that had fallen into the sinkhole at the National …

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The 1993 40th Chevrolet Corvette recovery from the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum. Chevrolet has agreed to restore the cars that wer…

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A crane lifted a 1962 black Corvette from a sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum at a little past 12:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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The first of two Corvettes planned for removal from a sinkhole that opened last month at the National Corvette Museum made it out safely Monday.

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Removal of eight Corvettes from a collapsed sinkhole inside the National Corvette Museum’s Skydome could start within a week and a half.

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Sinkhole collapses as large as the one last week at the National Corvette Museum are uncommon, but smaller collapses occur regularly in Warren…

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The red 2001 Mallett Hammer Conversion ZO6 Corvette that Kevin and Linda Helmintoller donated to the National Corvette Museum had been on disp…

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Heavy rains might have caused various sinkholes in Bowling Green, including this week’s collapse that claimed eight cars at the National Corve…

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General Motors will take the lead on restoring the eight cars that fell into the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum, and plans and a tim…

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Museum Executive Director Wendell Strode discusses the recovery of the cars from the sinkhole with CNN host Erin Burnett.

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We received a call at 5:44 am from our security company alerting us of our motion detectors going off in our Skydome area of the Museum. Upon …

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