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Nicholas Weeks, 32, of Bowling Green is lodged in the Warren County jail on a $6,000 cash bond.
Jason Stratton, 48, of Elkton, reportedly never returned to the Logan County Jail after being granted furlough on October 22.
CVS and Walgreens are preparing to be among the first companies the U.S. to give coronavirus vaccines if the FDA approves one for emergency use.
Headlines from the Daily News
- WCSO: Two arrested after being stopped in stolen car
- Humane society begins new fundraising campaign
- Beshear: Medical Center expected to get 975 vaccine doses for employees this month
- Two arrested in Edmonson, charged with theft
- SLIDE SHOW: Shelter pets receive medical care through Humane Society's $20 in 2020 fundraising campaign
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The WKU men's basketball team will tipoff at 3:30pm in the opening round of the Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic in Sioux Falls, SD.
Bowling Green will face South Warren in the Class 5A, District 2 championship next week at South Warren.
The Panthers were initially scheduled to play Fulton County on Nov. 20th, but were notified the Pilots planned to forfeit the game in the interest of health and safety.
The South Warren Spartans remain undefeated with their 49-8 win over Christian County.
The undefeated South Warren Spartans and Greenwood Gators meet to decide who will sit atop Class 5A, District 2 and have home field advantage in the first two games of the post season