Frankfort, Ky – Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear is still weighing how much to cut state spending to make sure the commonwealth's budget will be balanced at the end of the current fiscal year. We get the latest from Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh.
Bowling Green, Ky – Warren County tourism and development officials say they're looking at sports marketing as a bright spot during the economic tough times. A recent golf tournament is one example of ways the area is trying to bring money into the region. Joe Corcoran has our story.
Bowling Green, Ky – The President of Kentucky's Council on Postsecondary Education says colleges and universities must continue to make course offerings accessible. Robert King believes increasing numbers of non-traditional students will be attending colleges in the years ahead. He spoke to our Dan Modlin.
Bowling Green, Ky – Some of those involved in the planning for base realignment changes at Ft. Knox believe the impact will be more significant than many people in the state realize. WKU President Gary Ransdell is one of the university leaders who attended a symposium this week on the future educational needs in the Ft. Knox region. Dan Modlin attended the session and has this report.
Frankfort, Ky – Some recent disasters are drawing attention to a 25-year old program aimed at protecting and preserving Kentucky's treasure trove of public documents. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh says alarm bells are sounding over declines in funding for the program.
Bowling Green, KY – The Kentucky Association of Counties is under the microscope for questionable spending habits, following newspaper reports about credit card charges to strip clubs. KACO leaders also paid 50 restaurant bills of $1,000 or more over two years. Lisa Autry has this report on what the organization is doing to combat the bad publicity.
Bowling Green, Ky – A spokesman for the Kentucky League of Cities believes the down economy is impacting public opinion of the organization. The League, which provides legal and financial services to Kentucky cities, has come under criticism after media reports unveiled questionable travel expenses from the priciest hotels and restaurants to strip clubs. Lisa Autry reports.