Bowling Green, Ky – A new public television report on Mammoth Cave will be premiering across the region during the first week in October. WKYU PBS producer-director Cheryl Beckley says the unique project spanned many months, and allowed producers to include footage of all four seasons outside the cave. We hear more about the production in this report by Dan Modlin.
Frankfort, Ky – The new, tighter economy requires fresh thinking when it comes to industrial prospects, says Kentucky's top economic development official. We get more from Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh.
Frankfort, Ky – He's the son of a former Kentucky governor. He grew up in the governor's mansion, went to college, raised a family and built a successful political career of his own. But now, Steve Nunn is charged with murder. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh has the story.
Bowling Green, Ky – The use of robots in surgical procedures is increasing across the US, as more surgeons look for ways to perform less invasive procedures. Dr. Matthew Rutter is the leader of the Da Vinci Surgical Team at The Medical Center in Bowling Green. He spoke to our Dan Modlin about how the new system works.
Bowling Green, Ky – The death of 29-year-old Amanda Ross and murder charges against Steve Nunn are raising questions about the efficacy of "EPOs"--emergency protective orders. Nunn and Ross were engaged at one point, and also had a history of domestic violence. Two state lawmakers have pre-filed bills in the General Assembly that would extend EPOs to dating relationships. Lisa Autry reports.
Frankfort, Ky – Lawmakers who served with Steve Nunn in the Kentucky House of Representatives are reacting to the murder charge leveled against their former colleague from Glasgow. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.
Bowling Green, Ky – The number of Kentuckians with Alzheimer's disease is increasing, according to a study released earlier this year. But Alzheimer's Association spokesperson Dee Anna Esslinger says researchers are making progress on ways to improve the lives of those with the disease. Esslinger adds that an estimated 70% of those with Alzheimer's receive care from family members. Dan Modlin reports.