Bowling Green – With two ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the US military hopes a new online mental health screening program will help soldiers and their families help themselves. With incidents of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder on the rise, the Pentagon says boosting mental health is of high importance. Kevin Willis has this interview with the director of the new website.
Bowling Green – Visitation and funeral arrangements have been set up for Cornelius Martin and Brooks Mitchell, the two businessmen killed in a weekend traffic accident in Logan County. The families are asking for expressions of sympathy to be directed to several area funds. In this report, we also hear from WKU President Gary Ransdell.
Frankfort, KY – Governor Fletcher is tabbing a close political ally to run next year as his lieutenant governor. Fletcher has selected Finance Cabinet Secretary Robbie Rudolph to be his running mate next year. Also, the Governor's tough-talking press secretary has resigned. Kevin Willis and Lisa Autry have the latest.
Bowling Green – The chairman of the WKU Board of Regents and a Bowling Green banker have been killed in a Logan County motorcycle accident. Another motorcyclist was listed in critical condition at Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville. An Indiana woman is facing several charges for her role in the accident. Kevin Willis has this report.
Bowling Green – Dan Modlin sat down with Lt. Gov. Steve Pence the day he announced he would not seek re-election next year. Pence talks about how he arrived at his decision, and why he feels the timing was right to make this announcement. We also hear from Kentucky House Speaker Jody Richards.