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Attorney: Assets, inheritance may be seized

The attorney for the victim of a sex offender says any assets and inheritance the man has may be seized to settle a $1.8 million civil judgment stemming from five years of abuse.

Bowling Green moving to end city primaries

Bowling Green officials are moving toward eliminating primary elections for city positions.

Prosecutors seek to drop charges in drug case

A Kentucky man can't return to the United States from Bosnia because he's listed as a defendant in a federal drug case. Federal prosecutors are trying to help him get back to Bowling Green.

Plea agreement offered in wreck that left 1 dead

Prosecutors have offered a plea agreement to a woman charged with killing a teenage motorcyclist while driving while intoxicated near Bowling Green.

Corvette Museum Sinkhole Repair Starts Next Month

Work is scheduled to begin in three weeks to fill a massive sinkhole that opened up last February at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green.

Ex-Kentucky coach Morriss back in high school

Former University of Kentucky head coach Guy Morriss is the new offensive line coach at Warren Central High School in Bowling Green.

McConnell talks religion in Bowling Green

Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell talked abortion, gay marriage and the persecution of Christians in Iraq with three of Kentucky's most prominent evangelical leaders on Thursday.

Sinkhole Collapses Part Of Corvette Museum

A sinkhole has collapsed part of the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, damaging six cars but not shutting down the facility.

Public Tours Of Corvette Plant To Resume This Month

The GM Corvette Plant in Bowling Green is expected to resume public tours on October 14th. The plant was closed to the public for the last year during remodeling.

Public Tours Of Corvette Plant To Resume This Month

The GM Corvette Plant in Bowling Green is expected to resume public tours on October 14th. The plant was closed to the public for the last year during remodeling.

Police: 19 Children Found Alone In Bowling Green Home

Police in Bowling Green say 19 children were left alone for almost a week without food or air conditioning.

Terrorism Suspect Asked To Be Let Out Of Jail

Attorney says solitary confinement violates his client's rights.

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