Regional
9:55 am
Wed November 19, 2008

Auto Workers In Kentucky Closely Watch Bailout Talks In Washington

Bowling Green – Some key decisions on the future of the U.S. auto industry may come soon from Congress. At stake are several thousand jobs in Kentucky, home to a General Motors plant and two Ford plants. Dan Modlin has this report.

Election 2008
12:15 am
Tue November 18, 2008

Kurtz: Campaign Finance Reform Can't Wait

Lexington, KY – Hall of Fame Journalist Ken Kurtz says advocates of campaign finance reform need look no further to the Mitch McConnell, Bruce Lunsford race for evidence that the system needs changing...right now.

Full story and audio at WUKY news

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Regional
1:13 am
Mon November 17, 2008

Hospice of Southern Kentucky Seeks Donations For New Residential Center

Bowling Green – Bowling Green is home to a new residential center for the terminally ill to live out their final days surrounded by a team of professionals including nurses, social workers, and clergy. Patients and their family members enjoy an atmosphere much like home. The non-profit Hospice is now seeking community support for its residential center, only the third in Kentucky. Lisa Autry reports.

Regional
5:25 am
Thu November 13, 2008

Author Talks Adoption at WKU Lecture

Bowling Green – The author of the book "The Girls Who Went Away" recently visited WKU to discuss adoption issues. Ann Fessler is an adoptee who has conducted research on women who gave their children up for adoption 50 to 60 years ago. Dan Modlin brings us this interview.

Regional
5:05 am
Wed November 12, 2008

Kentuckian Who Leads National Republicans Not Guaranteed the Job Again

Bowling Green, KY – Republican leaders in a number of states are hinting that Kentucky native Mike Duncan may get replaced as chair of the Republican National Committee. Lisa Autry has the story.

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Regional
3:07 am
Wed November 12, 2008

WKU and Warren County Schools Boost Science Education Through Federal Grant

Bowling Green – Officials at WKU say a two million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Education will help to improve science education. The funding will go toward a partnership between the Center for Gifted Studies and Warren County Schools. Dan Modlin reports.

Election 2008
4:39 am
Tue November 11, 2008

Post-Election Analysis From Al Cross, Part Two

Lexington, KY – A week ago today, Americans went to the polls and selected their congressional leaders. In what can only be described as a good year to be a Democrat, that trend did not translate in the two biggest races in the state of Kentucky. We discuss the Mitch McConnell - Bruce Lunsford race today with Al Cross, the Director of UK's Center For Rural Journalism and Community Issues.

Full story and audio at WUKY news

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Election 2008
11:50 am
Mon November 10, 2008

Post-Election Analysis From Al Cross

Lexington, KY – In the first of a three part series, Al Cross, the Director of UK's Center For Rural Journalism and Community Issues discusses the road ahead for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Part One at WUKY news

In this segment, Al Cross, Director of UK's Center For Rural Journalism and Community Issues analyzes some key exit polling data as it relates to the Presidential Race in KY.

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Regional
2:49 am
Mon November 10, 2008

Veteran's Day has new meaning for a soldier's widow

Bowling Green – One Army wife from south central Kentucky learned the valued of Veteran's Day the hard way. Lisa Autry speaks with Susan Halsel, who lost her husband in the Iraq war.

Regional
2:42 am
Mon November 10, 2008

WKU professor reflects on anniversary of Nazi attack

Bowling Green – Monday marks the 70th anniversary of a brutal Nazi attack carried out against Jewish civilians in Germany. One historian who specializes in the study of Germany says "Crystal Night" should not be forgotten. Dan Modlin speaks with Dr. Jack Thacker from the WKU History Department.

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