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Police say Scottsville man assaulted officer after car and foot pursuit

SCOTTSVILLE, Ky. (WBKO) -- On Friday after 3 p.m., a Scottsville police officer attempted to stop a 2003 Ford Mustang driven by Dylan Hardin for not having a proper registration plate.

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Man charged with pulling gun on couple for wearing MAGA hats

A man was arrested in Kentucky over the weekend after allegedly pulling a gun on a couple for wearing “Make America Great Again” hats. James Michael Phillips was arrested after the confrontation at a Sam’s Club in Bowling Green, Ky., BuzzFeed News reported.

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England's buzzer beater lifts Trojanettes past ACS in OT

TOMPKINSVILLE – With the Barren County Trojanettes trailing by two and 1.8 seconds left in Tuesday’s District 15 Tournament game against Allen County-Scottsville at Monroe County High School, senior forward Mackenzie England wasn’t the first option.

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40 dead in Kentucky Hepatitis A outbreak

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - While the ongoing Hepatitis A outbreak has hit Ohio hard since it was declared by state health officials last June, Kentucky has been ravaged by the disease over the last two years.

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Allen County Sheriff's Office says K-9 officer died of cancer

SCOTTSVILLE, Ky. (WBKO) -- According to the Allen County Sheriff's Office, their three-year-old former K-9 officer, Narco, died of Cancer this morning. Narco worked with the sheriff's office until December 2017.

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District 15 tournament: Trojanettes top Lady Patriots in overtime thriller

TOMPKINSVILLE — With 1.8 seconds left in overtime, the Trojanettes had the ball and trailed Allen County-Scottsville 51-49 in the opening round of the District 15 tournament on Tuesday evening at Monroe County High School.

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Traffic stop in Glasgow leads to arrests of two women

GLASGOW, Ky.- A traffic stop in Glasgow resulted in the arrests of two women. According to Glasgow police, officers conducted the stop Monday on East Washington Street. Officers say they located suspected methamphetamine inside the vehicle.

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The Homemade Goods From This Amish Store In Kentucky Are Worth The Drive To Get Them

Homemade anything is hard to come by these days, so when you find a local store that sells incredible made-from-scratch food, it’s always worth the drive. Located near the Tennessee border in Scottsville, Habegger’s Amish Market is a delightful country store that offers delicious pastries, sandwiche

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Kentucky State Police searching for missing teen

LIBERTY, Kent. (WTHR) — Kentucky State Police is asking for the public's help to find a 17-year-old girl. Hailey Brown from Liberty, Kentucky was last seen on February 10 around 3 p.m. EST.

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Sheriff: Vandal spray paints 'God's not real' on historic Kentucky church

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WKYT) - A Kentucky church reported a case of vandalism after someone discovered spray paint on its building. The Warren County Sheriff's Office said the vandalism likely occurred during the early morning hours of Friday at Burton Memorial Baptist Church on Cemetery Road.

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UPDATE: Escaped inmate captured in Tennessee, waiting extradition to be brought back to Warren County

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- Warren County Regional Jailer Stephen Harmon says it's just a matter of time before Benjamin Pedigo is back in Kentucky. Pedigo was an inmate in the Warren County Regional Jail who escaped while taking out the trash on the night of February 10.

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Body found in creek in Knox County, Kentucky

BARBOURVILLE, Ky. (WVLT) -- Kentucky State Police received a call Monday morning of a body found in a creek in Knox County, Kentucky. KSP identified the body of 43-year-old Shannon Harkins of Flat Lick, Kentucky. Harkins was reported missing to the Knox County Sheriff's Department on February 12 by

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Housing Authority of Bowling Green’s mobile grocery bus receives grant money

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- The Housing Authority of Bowling Green has received a grant for its mobile grocery bus. The Conservation Fund and railroad transportation company, CSX, are providing funding to 12 local organizations in nine states to improve healthy food distribution in underserved communities.

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Kentucky couple still shaken up after rockslide fell just feet from where they stood

A Kentucky couple is still shaken up after experiencing a rockslide. Linda Shepherd and her husband were near Lake Cumberland Dam when large rocks fell onto the road in front of them.

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PHOTOS: Flooding across Kentucky

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Widespread rain showers and isolated thunderstorms across the state of Kentucky Wednesday morning have led to localized flooding. In Lexington, High Street and Broadway was blocked off due to high water.

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Glasgow woman arrested for wanton endangerment following wreck

A Glasgow woman was arrested Saturday on a DUI charge after she was involved in a wreck. Tiffany Houchens, 30, of Glasgow, was arrested and charged with reckless driving, first-degree wanton endangerment, failure of owner to maintain required insurance (first offense), DUI (0.08 with aggravating cir

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Kentucky Police: Passed out suspect holding gun wakes up, leads officers on 100 mph chase

(WZTV) — Kentucky Police are searching for a man and a woman they found passed out in a Grey Ford Focus on Scottsville Rd. and the Natcher Parkway intersection in the Bowling Green area early Monday morning.

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Captain D's experiences store front fire

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) --- Early Wednesday morning, a local restaurant on the 31-W Bypass experienced a store front structure fire. Officials responded quickly to the incident.

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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Fire destroys sign at Bowling Green Captain D’s

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- Dramatic video captured Wednesday morning shows flames destroying a sign at Captain D’s on the US-31W Bypass in Bowling Green. The video was provided to WNKY by Mark Troutman.

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Principal of Kentucky high school charged after not reporting abuse of students

Michael Ceglinski, principal of McCracken County High School in Western Kentucky, has been suspended with pay and charged with two misdemeanors after allegedly not reporting abuse of his students.

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