Small businesses that rely on college student commerce across Bowling Green are still coping with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.When WKU sent students back home in early March, shops, bars and other establishments had to find ways to adapt to over 18,000 students leaving Bowling Green…
Having recently been named the first Black chief of police in the history of the city of Bowling Green, Michael Delaney plans to use his leadership to connect the community and the police.
What was once a project for a summer class at WKU turned into a bigger look into local history and racial injustice in Bowling Green.
EDITOR'S NOTE: An earlier version of this story included the wrong word in a quote from Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Charles Booker. Booker criticized Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell as "getting bought off by big pharma," not big farmers. The story also misspelled McConnel…
Campus and community leaders in Bowling Green are planning conversations about race and healing as peaceful protests continue in the city this week.
In a press conference on Monday, Gov. Andy Beshear urged the Kentucky State Police to investigate a shooting in Louisville that led to the death of a local restaurant owner early Monday morning.
Med Center Health reported on Friday the worsening condition of local physician Dr. Rebecca Shawdowen. Dr. Shadowen, a local infectious disease specialist, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in early May.