Bowling Green, Ky – In our continuing series of candidate profiles, we hear from Daviess County Judge-Executive Reid Haire, a Democrat who is running for the 2nd District US House seat. He spoke to our Lisa Autry.
Owensboro, Ky – Our series of candidate profiles continues with a look at Senator David Boswell of Owensboro. The Democrat is running for the 2nd District US House seat being vacated by Republican Ron Lewis. Senator Boswell spoke to our Lisa Autry.
Bowling Green, Ky – The list of Kentucky Democrats running for the US Senate seat held by Republican Mitch McConnell is a long one, but two names appear to be floating to the top. Bruce Lundsford and Greg Fischer are considered the two front-runners for their party's nomination. They spoke to WKU Public Radio about the economy, Iraq, and negative campaigning.
Bowling Green, Ky – The mid-June National Hot Road Association reunion is Bowling Green's biggest single tourism event of the year. The group recently signed a 5 year contract for their annual event to be held in south-central Kentucky. Dan Modlin spoke to members of the group and has this report.
Evansville, IN – Professor Robert Dion's phone has been ringing off the hook lately. When you're a political science instructor in Indiana that's what happens these days. With Hoosier State voters ready to go to the polls, Dr. Dion spoke to WKU Public Radio about how Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have been courting Indiana residents.
Bowling Green, Ky – As the cost of producing beef goes up, some farmers in Kentucky are concerned about whether they can raise cattle profitably this year. Dan Modlin recently spoke with WKU Agriculture Professor Nevil Speer, and WKU Farm assistant manager David Newsome.
Frankfort, Ky – A two-day hearing on proposed tuition increases at Kentucky colleges and universities has wrapped up in Frankfort. WKU President Gary Ransdell is one of those who testified. As Tony McVeigh reports, Dr. Ransdell says schools are scrambling to figure out how they'll cut their budgets.
Bowling Green, Ky – Recent aftershocks of an April 18th quake centered in Illinois continue to be felt in the region. Last month's earthquake provided a jolt to many residents in Kentucky and Indiana. WKU Geologist Mike May says researchers are hoping to learn more about why some people felt the 5.2 magnitude quake more than others. He spoke to our Dan Modlin.