Regional
10:08 am
Mon November 13, 2006

Expert: US right to demand six-party talks with North Korea

Bowling Green, Ky – Dr. Sergey Sevastyanov has a unique perspective on the six-party talks aimed at reigning in North Korea's nuclear weapons program. He's a Fulbright Scholar from Russia teaching in Kentucky. He recently spoke with Dan Modlin about the six-party negotiations.

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Regional
10:05 am
Mon November 13, 2006

Somerset counselor looks to prevent suicide cases in Ky

Somerset, Ky – Bill Moulton is a suicide prevention counselor in Pulaski County who has felt the impact of suicide firsthand. He's working to help Kentuckians learn the signs of a potential suicide. He spoke to Dan Modlin of Western's Public Radio.

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Regional
4:57 am
Thu November 9, 2006

Richards and Williams blast Ky's voting machines

Frankfort, Ky – Kentucky House Speaker Jody Richards and Senate President David Williams are critical of the new voting machines used on Election Day. Tony McVeigh reports from Frankfort.

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Regional
11:41 am
Wed November 8, 2006

In the Ky Senate, GOP holds on to power

Frankfort, Ky – Tuesday's elections had no impact on the Republican control of the Kentucky Senate, as Democrats failed to make any in-roads. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh sent this report from Frankfort.

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Regional
11:38 am
Wed November 8, 2006

KY Democrats make gains in state House

Frankfort, Ky – Democrats now have an even stronger hold on the Kentucky House, which they controlled 56-44 before Tuesday's general election. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.

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Regional
9:16 am
Tue November 7, 2006

Ky Sec of State wants to see you at the polls

Bowling Green, Ky – It's Election Day! Kentucky's Secretary of State talks about the state's differing national reputations when it comes to voting, as well as new rules you should know about before heading to the polls.

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Regional
2:42 am
Mon November 6, 2006

Ky has two very different national reputations when it comes to elections

Bowling Green, Ky – Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson talks to Western's Public Radio about the Commonwealth's two very different reputations when it comes to elections.

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Regional
2:23 am
Mon November 6, 2006

Analyst breaks down Tuesday's Ky House elections

Bowling Green, Ky – Tuesday's House races in Kentucky will help determine which party controls Congress next year. NKU professor Michael Baranowski speaks with Lisa Autry about the tighest races in the Bluegrass state.

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Regional
2:19 am
Mon November 6, 2006

KBI to see that Ky election is a clean one

Frankfort, Ky – State and federal authorities--including the Kentucky Bureau of Investigation--are gearing up to make sure that Tuesday's election in the Commonwealth is a clean one. Tony McVeigh reports.

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Regional
1:06 am
Fri November 3, 2006

It's official: WKU football to go Division 1A

Owensboro, Ky – The WKU Board of Regents has given approval to a plan that would move the school's football program to the Division 1A ranks. Dan Modlin was in Owensboro where the Regents were meeting, and has this report.

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