Millions of Americans who would like to consider retirement are facing an uncertain future. As Dan Modlin reports, recent losses in the stock market and drastically lower interest rates on savings are creating a "retirement challenge" for many.........
Two Iraqi nationals living in Bowling Green have been arrested after being indicted on federal terrorism charges. The men are charged with trying to send weapons, bomb making instructions, and cash to Al Qaida in Iraq.
Secretary of State Trey Grayson shocked many people in Kentucky politics when he announced he would resign his position to take a job at Harvard. The choice of his replacement is also sending shock waves through city government in Bowling Green.
Half of the Kentucky teachers who lost their teaching licenses last year were involved in inappropriate relationships with students. For some, their crimes will go unpunished, but the ones who get caught gain a criminal record that stays with them the rest of their lives. Lisa Autry has this report on predators in the classroom.
According to a Coast Guard press release, a salvage plan was approved on Friday to remove both the M/V Delta Mariner ship from the damaged Eggner's Ferry Bridge, and the section of the bridge that remains on the nose of the ship.
According to a press release from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), a dive team working for KYTC is examining three piers of the U.S. 68/KY 80 bridge over Kentucky Lake to detect any critical shifting of the pier substructure. The inspection area includes Pier 6, which may have shifted when a cargo vessel crashed into the 80-year-old bridge Thursday night, ripping away a 322-foot span of the bridge.