Bowling Green, Ky – The Kentucky Board of Education met in Bowling Green to finalize their offer to the next Education Commissioner. Dr. Barbara Erwin comes to Kentucky from Illinois. She survived questions over her leadership style and problems with her resume.
Bowling Green, Ky – Across the country, college and university faculty members are using new tactics to prevent classroom cheating. In this report, Dan Modlin talked to professors at WKU about some of techniques they use to combat cheaters.
Frankfort, Ky – With the primary election less than two weeks away, expanded gambling has become a key issue in the Kentucky governor's race. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh examines the issue and where the candidates stand.
Bowling Green, Ky – In just a few weeks Kentucky primary voters will have a chance to pick candidates for several races, including the state's top job. Lisa Autry sat down with WKU Political Science Professor Scott Lasley, who gave us his impressions on how the Republican and Democratic primaries are shaping up.
Louisville, Ky – Times are busy at Louisville's Churchill Downs. The Derby is right around the corner, and the Queen of England is in attendance. But in Frankfort, workers are preparing for the annual Governor's Derby Breakfast. Tony McVeigh has this story.
Bowling Green, KY – British Prime Minister Tony Blair has announced he'll be stepping down from his post in the coming weeks. His longtime friend and rival Gordon Brown will become the next PM. But will the Labor Party hold on to power following the next elections? Dan Modlin spoke with WKU Political Science Professor Roger Murphy, who studies European politics.
Louisville, Ky – With the Bluegrass State preparing for the annual Run for the Roses, Joe Corcoran recently took a behind-the-scenes look at the preperations taking place at Churchill Downs. Joe talked with the Derby's executive chef, Gil Logan, about the challenge of preparing gourmet food for 20,000 people--including Her Majesty, the Queen of England.
Bowling Green, Ky – In Kentucky, a group of advocates dedicated to educating the public about suicide prevention is trying to draw attention to counseling that's available to depressed high school and college students. Dan Modlin talks with Jan Ulrich, who works for Kentucky's official suicide prevention agency. She also lost a son to suicide.
Frankfort, Ky – Drug enforcement authorities in Kentucky say despite drastic cuts in federal funding, statewide drug interdiction efforts are still netting impressive results. Tony McVeigh has this story from Frankfort.