Sinkholes Present an Unregulated Risk in Bowling Green

Geologic map of Kentucky depicting areas with high karst potential (shown in light red).  Warren County is indicated by a yellow box outlined in red. By Brittiny Moore Just over two years ago, on Feb….

Warren County teacher diversity stands out in Kentucky

by Hunter Frint Warren County Public Schools has been hiring minorities at a higher rate than the Kentucky state average in recent years in order to diversify its teachers. In 2014-2015, 9 percent of teachers hired…

‘Lost River Sessions’ Highlights Music Scene

by Andrew Critchelow WKU students have helped make “The Lost River Sessions” on Western Kentucky University’s PBS station an award-winning series that showcases regional musicians at local venues. Co-produced by audio engineer James Pearson and…

Tomorrow’s Woman Helps Out After Mastectomy

By Monica Kast After Bonnie Strode’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1990 and had a mastectomy, they began shopping for post-mastectomy products, like mastectomy bras and prosthetic breasts. Strode and her mother soon…

WKU Alum is Youngest Commission Candidate

by Hunter Frint The 2016 election for City Commissioner includes a fresh face — Nathan “Nate” Morguelan, a WKU alum who is the youngest candidate in the race as he makes his debut in Bowling Green…

From the Hill to the Times

Nikita Stewart, a 1994 WKU alumna and member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, talks to students, faculty, and the public about her experiences as an investigative reporter for the New York Times in Mass…

Nursing Student Found Calling Raising Sick Child

By Savannah Pennington Two days after giving birth, Nicole Pendino watched as her son became stiff as a board and turned blue. “He was pretty much dying in my arms,” Pendino said. Her son, Clay was rushed to…