Bowling Green, Ky – Members of the Kentucky National Guard are serving along the border between Arizona and Mexico. The move comes following President Bush's request for Guard troops to secure the border against illegal immigration. Lisa Autry talks with Colonel Phil Miller of the Kentucky National Guard.
Bowling Green, KY – When many people think of HIV and AIDS, they think of urban populations in the US and abroad. But a Henderson County group is warning that HIV is speading in several population groups in Kentucky. Dan Modlin speaks with Gary Fowler of the "Matthew 25 Clinic", and Dr. Janice Chadha from WKU's Social Work Department.
Frankfort, KY – Members of the Appropriations and Revenue Committee of the Kentucky General Assembly hae gotten an update on the state's financial condition. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.
Bowling Green, KY – Some parents of schoolchildren in Kentucky have banded together to urge school districts to make the start of the school year later. We hear from Monica Froedge of Glasgow, who's a member of "Kentucky Save our Summers", and Dr. Jeanne Fiene, head of WKU's Educational Administrative Leadership and Research department.
Bowling Green, KY – The world's largest automaker released quarterly results this week showing a performance that will beat Wall Street expectations. General Motors' CEO Rick Wagoner attributes the strong showing to the company's massive restructuring plan. Lisa Autry reports on how that plan is affecting the Corvette plant in Bowling Green.
Frankfort, KY – A legal footnote inserted by Chief Justice Joseph Lambert into a case recently decided by the Kentucky Supreme Court is back in the news. The note could impact the criminal case against Governor Fletcher. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.
Frankfort, KY – In newly-released documents from the state merit system probe in Kentucky, prosecutors have laid out the alleged conspiracy case against Governor Fletcher. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.