Bowling Green, KY – Workers across the country are facing a number of decisions as they try to plan for retirement. Low interest rates on savings and volatility in the stock market have left some wondering about their investments. In the first segment of a two part series, Dan Modlin has this report.
Bowling Green, KY – How much income will someone need to retire? That's one of the tough questions facing many American workers as they plan for the years ahead. Dan Modlin has the second segment in his series, "The Retirement Challenge".....
Bowling Green, KY – Many American workers are facing some tough decisions as they approach retirement. Uncertainty in the investment markets and low interest rates on savings are making some wonder if they have enough income for their non-working years. Dan Modlin has the first segment of a two part series titled, "The Retirement Challenge"....
Bowling Green – A WKU instructor and seven students are back from Joplin, Missouri where a May tornado killed more than 150 people. The WKU group spent a weekend helping demolish what was left of homes, moving debris, and salvaging personal items. They shared their experience in an interview with Lisa Autry.
Frankfort, KY – Kentucky state lawmakers are promising new legislation addressing issues raised in a recent state audit of the Kentucky Retirement Systems. That's the word from Frankfort where Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh covered a lengthy hearing on the audit.
Bowling Green, KY – State Auditor Crit Luallen says the new audit found no evidence of conflicts of interest that benefitted Kentucky Retirement System officials, but several "troubling aspects" were found regarding the use of placement agents. The State Auditor is referring several audit points to the U-S Securities and Exchange Commission, which has the authority to determine whether further investigation is needed.
Frankfort, KY – Pikeville College President Paul Patton served two terms as Kentucky's governor, but his first term accomplishments will likely be his legacy. The reason, as Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports, is higher education reform.
Elizabethtown – A former Fort Campbell soldier on trial four times for murdering two women in Hardin County was expected to gain his freedom Tuesday. The prosecutor went to court, asking for the case to be dismissed, but as Lisa Autry reports, victims' families didn't let that happen.