Bowling Green, Ky – US leaders recently have openly called on European countries to send more fighting troops to southern Afghanistan, where the toughest Taliban-related fighting is taking place. WKU Political Science Professor Roger Murphy says the US and Europe have differing views over what role NATO forces should be playing in Afghanistan. He spoke with our Kevin Willis.
Scottsville, Ky – Allen County, Kentucky is one of the hardest-hit areas from the recent line of storms that ravaged parts of this state, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Alabama. Lisa Autry visited the Scottsville area to see the damage firsthand.
Bowling Green, Ky – A series of forums is being held in Kentucky regarding services for vocational rehabilitation. Dan Modlin spoke to Dr. David Beach, with the Kentucky Office for Vocational Rehabilitation.
Bowling Green, Ky – WKU Athletics Director Wood Selig announced recently that the school would eliminate the men's soccer program due to budget constraints. This has obviously angered the campus and local soccer community, with many of them marching on WKU President Gary Ransdell's house to voice their displeasure. Joe Corcoran reports.
Bowling Green, Ky – Officials at Mammoth Cave National Park are looking at several plans to preserve the trail system at the world-famous site. Pubic Information Officer Vicki Carson spoke to Dan Modlin about the efforts.
Bowling Green, Ky – In an effort to boost the number of college graduates in Kentucky, the Council on Postsecondary Education is hosting an Adult Learner Summit in Lexington this week. Interim CPE President Brad Cowgill says adults are critical if the state is to meet its goal of doubling the number of degree-holders by 2020.
Bowling Green, Ky – A major financial gift to the WKU engineering program will create an endowed chair in robotics and automation engineering. The gift comes from a pair of WKU graduates, Don and Jennifer Gruelich of Louisville. With state budget cuts impacting higher education, private sector support is growing more important than ever, according to WKU President Gary Ransdell. Dan Modlin reports.