Nothing “nefarious” about delay of CDC guidelines for vaccinated people, Biden administration official says
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Very few professional athletes developed heart issues related to Covid-19, study says.
Glasgow Police received information from the New York State Police that a male subject identified as Rex Wayne Stinson Jr. had been sending and receiving sexually explicit images through social media sites to and from a 12 year old child that lived in New York.
In the war on Covid-19, getting a vaccine is important. That's something top US health experts agree upon. But, with limited vaccine supplies, some are arguing the US should only give out one dose of the Moderna & Pfizer vaccines to provide more supplies for others.
The Salvation Army raised more than $557 million during the holiday season.
Mark Roberts, 30, of Glasgow, was arrested after he reportedly shot at a vehicle carrying his estranged wife and son
Oil is up nearly 70% since the election, a record in the modern era.
Biden announces 3 nominees to U.S. Postal Service Board as Postmaster General DeJoy says he isn't going anywhere.
Blake Cleary, 23, of Bowling Green, started the non-profit, 'COVID Vaccine Transport' to provide free transportation to and from vaccine centers in the Bowling Green area.
Raymond Keown, 87, was charged with a count of first-degree rape following an investigation by the Bowling Green Police Department. Keown is accused of assaulting the reported victim with a sex toy and engaging in intercourse.
Sen. Mitch McConnell: So far the Biden administration has been pretty far left, across the board.
The House Budget Committee will hold a mark-up Monday on President Biden's relief bill, which it is expected to come to the House floor for a vote later in the week.
Snow and record low temperatures have stalled shipments and deliveries of Covid-19 vaccines across the US and may create delays for those set to get their 2nd dose. Others scheduled to get their first shot may have had their appointment cancelled. We have what you need to know on vaccine delays.
Glasgow Police arrested Nathan Horn and Quentin Ellis over the weekend for their alleged involvement in separate burglaries
The Warren County Sheriff's Office arrested Justin McKinney, 18, of Bowling Green on charges of theft by unlawful taking & 2nd degree criminal mischief
Gov. Andy Beshear toured the Kroger vaccination site located in Greenwood Mall and gave an update on the state's vaccine distribution efforts
CDC data finds drug overdose deaths increased in the early months of the pandemic
Jason Wheat, 39, of Glasgow was arrested after officers found meth & Hydrocodone pills inside his residence
KSP was contacted by the Kentucky Department of Corrections (DOC) that they suspected correctional officer Nickolas Rogers had been bringing illegal drugs into the prison. A preliminary investigation was completed and illegal drugs were found.
Hughes HVAC Supply on West Main Street caught fire early Monday evening. Glasgow Fire Chief says two firefighters were treated at the scene for what he described as minor injuries.
New radio and video footage from Capitol riot shows a coordinated attack and officers' restraint.
The CDC has new guidelines aimed at getting U.S. schools to reopen.
Brian Ellis, 44, of Hopkinsville, who had active felony warrants for attempted murder, died as a result of gunshot wounds he sustained during an officer involved shooting
Daniel Moore, 37, of Greensburg, is charged with 1st degree manslaughter
Trooper Daniel Priddy of the Kentucky State Police gives an update Sunday on a fatal shooting in Rockfield.
The CDC released new guidelines for school reopenings Friday, which focus on five key strategies.
Bowling Green Police have arrested Christian Castillo, 28, of Bowling Green, in connection with the murder of Diego Pedro, 29, of Bowling Green. He is charged with Murder and Possession of a Handgun by a Convicted Felon.
Brian Ellis, 44, of Hopkinsville, had active felony warrants for attempted murder
Sgt. Brandon Brooks gives an update on the officer involved shooting at a Walmart parking lot in Russellville.
A Bowling Green man was shot Tuesday night in a shooting at the intersection of 15th and Butler Way. Contact BGPD at (270) 393-4000 with any information about the incident.
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