Proposed Interstate in Ky
11:03 am
Mon November 15, 2010

I-69 Study to be Discussed at Public Forum

Bowling Green, KY – A public meeting will be held in Mayfield to get public input on a new study regarding a proposed Western Kentucky corridor for Interstate 69. Officials in Kentucky are hoping that portions of existing roadways can be included in the corridor, to help manage costs. Public Information Officer Keith Todd of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says public comments will be accepted on the proposal until the end of November. Dan Modlin spoke with Todd.

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JazzSet
2:27 pm
Thu November 11, 2010

Mario Pavone And Orange Double Tenor On JazzSet

Originally published on Thu January 5, 2012 2:17 pm

On a Sunday afternoon during their honeymoon in November 1961, Mario Pavone and his bride Mary drove from Connecticut to New York, to a club date that would be documented on a pivotal album. John Coltrane: Live at the Village Vanguard featured the saxophonist's expanding group with Eric Dolphy on bass clarinet, with music so powerful that Pavone — an aspiring bassist — could not let it go. When Coltrane died in July 1967, Pavone made his move. He quit his job and drove again to New York, to the funeral.

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Regional
12:57 pm
Thu November 11, 2010

2011 Ballot Taking shape in KY

Frankfort, KY – Two more candidates have qualified to seek constitutional offices in Kentucky. Capitol Bureau reporter Tony McVeigh reports on the men filing for state Ag Commissioner and State Auditor.

Regional
12:52 pm
Thu November 11, 2010

October Revenue Up Over October '09

The Capitol building in Frankfort

Frankfort, KY – There's more positive news on Kentucky's economy coming out of Frankfort. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh has the latest state revenue figures.

Regional
12:47 pm
Thu November 11, 2010

Western Kentucky Mosque Gains Final Approval

Bowling Green – A Western Kentucky zoning board is giving the okay for a permit to operate a mosque. Mayfield officials are reversing a previous denial that had led to national controversy. Kevin Willis has more.

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Regional
12:35 pm
Thu November 11, 2010

KY Governor Says Thank You To Vets

Louisville – In observance of Veteran's Day, Governor Steve Beshear is recognizing Kentucky's past and present military personnel. Following a visit to Fort Knox, the governor made a stop at the VA Hospital in Louisville.

"We honor veterans on veterans day but we really ought to be honoring them every day
because of what they've done for this country. We've got 339-thousand veterans in
kentucky. Kentucky has a tradition of military service."

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Regional
9:44 am
Wed November 10, 2010

Thousands of Kentucky children in need of foster homes, adoption

Bowling Green, Ky – More than 7,000 children in Kentucky are in state custody and in need of foster homes or adoption. The children, in most cases, have been removed from their biological families due to abuse or neglect. Lisa Autry speaks with Denise Lambrianou with the Family Enrichment Center in Warren County about the statewide need for foster parents.

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Regional
9:37 am
Wed November 10, 2010

Tax preparers to face increased IRS oversight

Bowling Green, Ky – The Internal Revenue Service is increasing its regulatory oversight of the tax preparation industry. Those who prepare taxes for other people for fees will need to get a new identification number, pay a $64 fee, and be prepared to take continuing education classes. Dan Modlin reports.

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Regional
9:30 am
Wed November 10, 2010

Kentucky audit finds fault with group providing Medicaid services

Kentucky Auditor Crit Luallen

Frankfort, Ky – Kentucky's largest state contract is with a non-profit corporation providing medical services to Medicaid recipients in the Louisville area. But as Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports, a scathing state audit raises serious questions about the contract.

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Regional
1:22 pm
Tue November 9, 2010

Senator-Elect Paul Wants Gravy Train To Hit the Brakes

Rand Paul

Bowling Green – US Senator-elect Rand Paul of Kentucky says he'll work to end congressional earmarks when he takes office in January. The Bowling Green Republican repeated the pledge Sunday on ABC's "This Week." Kentucky's Senior US Senator Mitch McConnell and Congressman Hal Roger often rely on earmarks for projects in the Bluegrass state, but Paul says it's a flawed process.

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