Regional
2:31 am
Wed September 10, 2008

Meade County project serves as template for superfund success

Bowling Green, Ky – Kentucky officials are pointing to an environmental cleanup of a Meade County location as a good example of how the superfund program can work. Geologist Nathan Hancock of the Energy and Environmental Cabinet says many sites needing attention have been abandoned by companies that are no longer in business. He spoke to our Dan Modlin.

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Election 2008
11:44 am
Mon September 8, 2008

Special Interest Groups Involved in KY Politics

Louisville, KY – In the last three decades, special interest groups have become major players in political campaigns. Kentucky Public Radio's Gabe Bullard has more on how official and unofficial interests are getting involved in Kentucky's U.S. Senate race between Mitch McConnell and Bruce Lunsford.

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Regional
4:41 am
Mon September 8, 2008

Somerset native formally sworn in as Ky Supreme Court justice

Frankfort, Ky – He's been on the job for a month, but the newest justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court has now been formally sworn-in. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh has details.

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Regional
3:05 am
Thu September 4, 2008

Somerset CC cutting back on faculty due to funding cuts

Bowling Green, Ky – Recent higher education budget cuts are having an impact on Somerset Community College. When the school's fall semester got underway, there were fewer full-time instructors, and fewer class offerings.

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Regional
2:32 am
Thu September 4, 2008

WKU Econ Prof says high taxes, protectionism not the right move

Bowling Green, Ky – The most recent GDP figures show the US economy has grown at a faster pace than many had predicted. WKU Economics Professor Dick Cantrell says the figures certainly fall short of "robust growth", but also indicate the US economy is not in recession. In the longer term, Professor Cantrell warns against higher taxes and trade protectionism. He spoke to our Dan Modlin.

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Regional
4:41 am
Wed September 3, 2008

Gustav evacuees in Ky ready to return home

Louisville, Ky – Louisville has been home to some 1,400 Hurricane Gustav evacuees from the Gulf Coast region. They've been sleeping on cots in the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, waiting for the first opportunity to return home. Lisa Autry went to Louisville and met some of the evacuees.

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Regional
4:44 am
Tue September 2, 2008

Group to study court record retention

Bowling Green, Ky – A special committee is meeting in Frankfort to address the retention of court records in the Commonwealth. Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr. has appointed the committee to look into the issue. Dan Modlin spoke with Chairman Thomas Wine, a Court of Appeals Judge.

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Regional
4:40 am
Tue September 2, 2008

Anti-drug medicines making it easier to kick addiction

Bowling Green, Ky – Drug addiction problems are increasing in Kentucky, but specialists in the field of addiction recovery say some relatively new medications are making it easier and more cost-effective to treat addiction. Dan Modlin spoke with Dr. Tom Ingram, with Stepworks Addiction Resources in Elizabethtown.

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Regional
9:22 am
Fri August 29, 2008

Ky's revenue growth not showing much promise

Frankfort, Ky – Kentucky ended last fiscal year with a small budget surplus, but only after state revenue estimates were revised downward. And as Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports, current revenue growth isn't showing much improvement.

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Regional
9:20 am
Fri August 29, 2008

Cost projections in for new Lousiville arena

Frankfort, Ky – Final cost projections for the Louisville Arena project have been presented to the Kentucky General Assembly's Appropriations and Revenue committee. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh has the story.

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