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.
Bowling Green, KY – As the price of copper increases, a handful of Kentuckians are stealing copper from power lines to sell for cash. Joe Corcoran has this report on why officials say this is a bad idea.
Bowling Green, KY – WKU Political Science Professor Soleimon Kiasatpour says everyday Arab citizens in places like Saudi Arabia and Egypt largely back Hezbollah's attacks on Israel. He also discusses the possibility of the current conflict expanding into a wider, regional war. Dan Modlin has this interview.
Frankfort, KY – Kentucky has lost out in the bidding for construction of the prototype of a high-tech, coal-fired power plant. Kentucky was offering land in Henderson County. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.
Washington, DC – Kentucky Senator Jim Bunning is indicating he plans to run for re-election in four years. Many analysts had wondered if this term was going to be the Republican's last. Kevin Willis has this story.
Bowling Green – A Bowling Green couple has spent the past two years teaching school at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba. Dale and Neata Wiley share their experience living so close to the terror detention camp.