The Daily News, Bowling Green en Nashville Airport Releases Paul Video <p><a href="">Nashville International Airport released a videotape</a> of U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., at a security checkpoint this week. The tape doesn&#39;t show Paul being irate, as a report from the Nashville Airport Department of Public Safety mentions. Instead he mostly sits, sometimes paces while talking on a phone in a clear cubicle next to the checkpoint. For a good portion of the video, Paul was obscured by a column. After some time, Paul was escorted away from the checkpoint area. Fri, 27 Jan 2012 19:51:01 +0000 The Daily News, Bowling Green 20485 at Grants Available to Develop Waste Tire Market <p><a href="">The Energy and Environment Cabinet</a> is accepting grant proposals for projects that promote the use of recycled waste tires for athletic fields, playgrounds and other crumb-rubber applications. The cabinet will also consider funding research and development proposals for experimental practices or technologies that further the statutory purposes of the waste tire program - to protect human health, safety and the environment - or that will help develop a market for Kentucky waste tires. About $300,000 is available this grant cycle.</p><p> Thu, 01 Dec 2011 20:10:51 +0000 The Daily News, Bowling Green 17242 at Bowling Green Iraqis Waive Rights <p><a href="">Two Iraqi refugees facing federal terrorism charges</a> have waived their rights to have a detention hearing at this time in U.S. District Court. Waad Ramadan Alwan, 30, was brought into the federal courthouse in Bowling Green early this morning but decided to sign a waiver giving up his right to a detention hearing today. However, Alwan has reserved the right to ask for it at a later date, said U.S. Department of Justice spokeswoman Stephanie Collins. Alwan&rsquo;s codefendant, Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, 23, signed a similar waiver that was filed in U.S. District Court on Tuesday. Thu, 09 Jun 2011 15:34:55 +0000 The Daily News, Bowling Green 5985 at Voter Turnout "Embarrassment" <p>Predictions by Secretary of State Elaine Walker that just 10 percent of registered voters would go to the polls Tuesday turned out to be on target. About 10.3 percent of registered voters voted in Tuesday&rsquo;s primary election. There were just seven races between the Democratic and Republican tickets. &ldquo;I think the turnout today was an embarrassment,&rdquo; Walker told the <a href=""><strong>Daily News</strong></a> late Tuesday evening. Wed, 18 May 2011 17:49:26 +0000 The Daily News, Bowling Green 4122 at