Neil Gaiman is definitely worth a roadtrip to Bowling Green.
It all starts with the release of their single "No End In Sound."
Check out the photos form last nights Cage the Elephant and The Black Keys show rocking the KFC Yum Center.
The Bowling Green Purples came into St. X on Friday night for another chapter in this storied rivalry.
Sen. Paul suggested to the committee that the most serious threats to our country from terrorism come from people entering from abroad on travel visas, refugee visas, and student visas.
Mitch McConnell may have no faith in the federal courts or Kentucky's law enforcement capabilities... but the mayor and city commissioners of Bowling Green do! They support trying the Bowling Green terror suspects right here at home, in civilian courts.
"The decision to treat foreign fighters like Alwan and Hammadi as civilian criminal defendants was ill-advised."
Local news for June 17, 2011
Senator Rand Paul wants to know how our Department of Homeland Security allowed Iraqi terrorists into "our own backyard."
There are more than 1,000 Iraqi refugees living in Kentucky, and at least 700 of them live in Louisville. Not all are terrorists.
Local news for June 1, 2011
Local news for Jan. 13, 2011
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