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4:56 am
Tue April 10, 2007

TN authorities warn parents about deadly "choking game"

Bowling Green, Ky – Following the tragic death of a northern Tennessee teen, law enforcement and education officials are warning parents about what's known as the "choking game." This report recently won First Place for Best Public Service Reporting from the Kentucky Associated Press.

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Regional
4:52 am
Tue April 10, 2007

In Ky, some desperate seniors resort to dealing drugs

Bowling Green, Ky – Lisa Autry has this report on the story of Kentucky seniors who have resorted to selling drugs in order to make ends meet. This story won an honorable mention award for Best Enterprise/Investigative report from the Kentucky Associated Press.

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Regional
4:30 am
Mon April 9, 2007

Somerset opening new railpark

Somerset, Ky – In Pulaski County, a new railpark is ready to open. Development officials believe the new service will be a big boost to the region's economy. We hear from Susan Clark of Norfolk Southern, Greg Jones of Southeast Kentucky Economic Development Corporation, and others.

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Regional
3:53 am
Thu April 5, 2007

WKU has role in developing environmental policy in China

Bowling Green, Ky – We've all heard stories about China's growing economic, cultural, and political clout. But China also faces major environmental problems. In this interview, we meet Dr. Jennifer Turner, Director of the Woodrow Wilson Center's China Environment Forum. She works with researchers at WKU and other institutions to help China develop strategies for dealing with its environmental problems.

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Regional
1:54 am
Thu April 5, 2007

Boundary dispute between Iraq and Iran nothing new says WKU expert

Bowling Green, Ky – The capture and release of 15 British sailors and marines has drawn attention to the disputed boundaries off the coasts of Iran and Iraq. Dan Modlin spoke with the head of the WKU Department of Geography and Geology, David Keeling, about the conflict and other similar international boundary disputes.

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