Bowling Green, Ky – Republicans in Warren and Butler Counties have selected Bowling Green lawyer J. Marshall Hughes to run for a vacant Kentucky Senate seat. Hughes will be on the ballot for the February 10th special election to choose the replacement for Brett Guthrie, who left the 32nd district seat to become a US Representative. Lisa Autry reports.
Bowling Green, Ky – University faculty members from around the nation are expressing concern over the amount of online cheating taking place on writing projects. Dan Modlin spoke with Paul Bush, an English Professor with the Bowling Green Community College of WKU. He says one way around the problem is for instructors to clearly spell out the consequences of cheating before the semester begins.
Frankfort, KY – The torch has been passed in Frankfort. On the opening day of the 2009 legislative session, House Democrats pulled a stunner, and sent their top leader packing. Watching it all unfold was Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh.
Frankfort, KY – The torch has been passed in Frankfort. On the first day of the 2009 General Assembly session, House Democrats pulled a stunner and sent their top leader packing. Watching it all unfold was Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh.
Frankfort, Ky – Kentucky Senate Republicans want to take a more expansive look at state budget cuts when the 2009 regular session gets underway today in Frankfort. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh explains.
Bowling Green, Ky – Citizens First Bank of Bowling Green is receiving nearly $9 million in federal bailout cash. President and CEO Mary Cohron told WKU Public Radio's Joe Corcoran how the money will be used.
Bowling Green, Ky – Despite some difficult weather conditions, construction has been progressing on a new Bowling Green ballpark. The facility will be home to a minor league affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. Dan Modlin spoke with Shane Butler of Alliance Corporation who says the project has been moving ahead on several fronts.
Bowling Green, Ky – The US Postal Service, including offices in our listening area, is facing big challenges this holiday season. It's not so much the volume of mail; in fact, there are fewer letters and packages being sent this holiday season. But lower volume means less dollars coming into the Postal Service. Lisa Autry reports.
Bowling Green, Ky – A Kentucky Airman who had been missing since his plane crashed in the Vietnam War will be buried at Arlington National Ceremony. His three children are planning to attend the service. One of them is Russell McElroy of Bowling Green. He spoke to our Dan Modlin about what it means to finally know his Father will receive the proper burial he earned.