Regional
3:51 pm
Wed September 7, 2011

"Flag Drop" Ceremony Planned at WKU Game

Regional
1:06 pm
Tue September 6, 2011

Search Dog Team Members Reflect on 9-11

Bowling Green, KY – Its been almost ten years since a small team of specially-trained individuals and their dogs left Bowling Green to go to New York. They were asked to do a tough job:
Help locate and identify some of the people who were killed in the September eleventh terror attacks. Dan Modlin has more on the story.......

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Three Books...
8:51 am
Tue September 6, 2011

What's In Store: 3 Tales Of A Terrifying Future

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Originally published on Mon January 2, 2012 8:53 pm

When I was a kid, I assumed that in the future things would get better and better until we were all driving flying cars and playing badminton with space aliens on top of 500-story buildings. Frankly, I kind of counted on this happening. But now I don't assume that we'll just keep going up anymore.

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Regional
3:34 pm
Fri September 2, 2011

Kentucky Court of Appeals to Hear Arguments in Cave City Case

Bowling Green, KY – The Kentucky Court of Appeals will hear arguments on September 6th in the Cave City Election appeal case. The Court will convene in Frankfort to hear challenges to a Barren County Circuit Court ruling that declared null and void the results of the 2010 Cave City Mayoral election. Barren County Judge Phillip Patton presided in that case. Tuesday's court proceedings in Frankfort are scheduled to start at nine a.m.

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Regional
1:03 pm
Fri September 2, 2011

High Temperatures Prompt Change in Start Times for Football Games Tonight in Jefferson County

Louisville, KY – As high temperatures continue across Kentucky, Jefferson County Public Schools have decided to delay the start of high school football games scheduled for tonight. School System Athletics Director Jerry Wyman says game times have been bumped to 8PM Eastern time tonight. Wyman says that change follows a meeting today with most school athletics directors in the system. Highs in Louisville are expected to reach 99 degrees.

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Regional
3:55 pm
Wed August 31, 2011

Senator Paul Criticizes President Obama's Choice for Top Economic Post

Senator Rand Paul speaks to the Bowling Green Noon Rotary Club
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Drug Abuse
2:28 pm
Wed August 31, 2011

Tennessee Drug Agents Fear Increase in Heroin Abuse

Heroin comes in many forms

Nashville, TN – The Drug Enforcement Agency in Nashville says several factors could lead to an increase in heroin abuse in the region. Agent Mike Stanfill tells WKU Public Radio high school and college aged white men are increasingly smoking and snorting the drug because they think it's safer than injecting it with a needle. Another reason is the increasing cost of prescription pain pills is driving some addicts to cheaper ways to get high. Kevin Willis has more.

Regional
4:21 pm
Tue August 30, 2011

Federal agents close down Owensboro pharmacy

Owensboro, Ky – Federal agents raided a pharmacy in Owensboro and removed all controlled substances from the business. The Drug Enforcement Administration is investigating hundreds of thousands of missing pain pills. Lisa Autry spoke to an Owensboro police officer about the story and has this report.

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Regional
11:57 am
Tue August 30, 2011

Owensboro Prepares for Bill Monroe Centennial Celebration

The Riverpark Performing Arts Center in downtown Owensboro

Bowling Green, KY – The Bill Monroe One Hundredth Birthday Celebration will be held in two weeks in Owensboro, Kentucky. Legendary bluegrass musicians will be gathering to pay tribute to the life and music of bluegrass pioneer and Kentucky native, Bill Monroe. Dan Modlin talks with Danny Clark of the International Bluegrass Music Museum....

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Music Reviews
12:41 pm
Mon August 29, 2011

Wilhelm Furtwaengler: A Complex German Conductor

German conductor and composer Wilhelm Furtwaengler.
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Originally published on Mon December 19, 2011 6:59 am

Note: Wilhelm Furtwangler's last name is typically spelled with an umlaut over the 'a' character. The npr website does not support characters with umlauts over characters. A variation of Furtwangler's name without the umlaut is spelled Furtwaengler.

Wilhelm Furtwaengler's name may be hard for Americans to pronounce, but the reason this great conductor isn't so well-remembered here is that he chose to remain in Germany during WWII, though he was never a member of the Nazi Party, and was exonerated by a postwar tribunal.

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