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Western KY’s Natcher Parkway officially an interstate

Crews have begun installing signs that say Interstate 165 along the Natcher Parkway in western Kentucky.

Auto supplier adding 113 jobs at western Kentucky plant

Kentucky officials say an automotive supplier will add 113 jobs in western Kentucky.

EKU Rolls WKU 78-59 to End 13-Game Series Skid

A recap, including highlights, of the Colonels' first win over Western since 1987.

Ferry linking Missouri, Kentucky reopens after repairs

Motorists traveling between western Kentucky and Missouri can once again use a ferry service that's been closed for an extended period.

New Eggners Ferry Bridge expected to open to 2 lanes Friday

State transportation officials expect the new Eggners Ferry Bridge in western Kentucky to open to two-lane traffic on Friday.

Western Kentucky bridge over Ohio River still closed

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says a western Kentucky bridge over the Ohio River that was closed last week due to high water remains shut down.

Some flooding in Ky., Tenn. as agencies try to control water

Western Tennessee and Kentucky are still facing flood threats as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Tennessee Valley Authority work to control water levels.

Humanities projects in Kentucky, Tennessee receive grants

Some Tennessee and Kentucky humanities projects will receive part of $21.8 million in grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities announced this week.

Toys to be collected at Louisville men’s game

Officials will be collecting toys at the KFC Yum Center next week when the Louisville men's basketball team plays Western Kentucky.

Federal officials approve I-69 addition in Kentucky

State and federal officials have dedicated 40 miles of newly designated Interstate 69 in western Kentucky.

Eagle watching events planned early next year in western Ky.

Eagle watching events are being offered again early next year at some state parks in western Kentucky.

Sam Bush’s mandolin to be displayed at Kentucky Museum

Bowling Green native and bluegrass musician Sam Bush's mandolin will be displayed at the Kentucky Museum at Western Kentucky University.

Former swimmer sues over alleged hazing at Kentucky Western

A former Western Kentucky swimmer whose allegations of hazing led to a five-year suspension of the school's program has filed a federal lawsuit claiming he suffered physical, mental and emotional abuse at the school.

Western Kentucky’s growth in population to trail state’s

Officials predict that the population of the Jackson Purchase region in western Kentucky will steadily rise over the next 15 years but then fall over the subsequent 20 years because of an aging population.

Scholarship awarded to Western Hills HS graduate

Elias R. Baase, a 2011 graduate of Western Hills High School, has been selected to receive a full scholarship from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to pursue a civil engineering degree at the University of Kentucky.

New details in western Kentucky plane crash

New audio released from air traffic control reveals what was happening in the plane moments before the crash.

Details emerge in WKU swim and diving team suspension

Western Kentucky University's swim and dive team have been suspended for five years after a former team member says he was assaulted and forced to drink alcohol.

W. Kentucky suspends swimming, diving program for 5 years

Western Kentucky has suspended its swimming and diving programs for five years after the school and Bowling Green police found violations of Title IX sexual misconduct and assault, harassment and the student conduct code.

Western Kentucky joins Farm to Campus Program

Western Kentucky University has become the 10th member of a state program that connects Kentucky food producers with colleges and universities across the state.

Western Kentucky man charged with animal torture

Animal control officials have charged a western Kentucky man with animal torture.

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