Bowling Green, Ky – This is an expanded, unedited interview with Dr. Raymond Romancyzk, an autism researcher at the State University of New York in Binghamton. He explains his use of a state-of-the-art eye tracking device in new research into the causes and effects of autism-related disorders. You can hear a special two-part series on autism on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 18 and 19, on Western's Public Radio.
Bowling Green, KY – A "primary" seatbelt law is now in effect in Kentucky. In this report, Lisa Autry hears the amazing story of a woman who believes wearing a seatbelt could have prevented major injuries she received in a wreck.
Bowling Green – Kentucky's Attorney General is trying to oust the chairman of the state personnel board. Attorney General Greg Stumbo charges that Jack Smith's company received more than $33,000 in payment from the state. Dan Modlin has more.
Bowling Green – A primary seatbelt law is now in effect in Kentucky. Police and parents alike hope the new law will save the lives of teen drivers, who according to research, contribute most to fatal accidents. Lisa Autry has this report.
Bowling Green, KY – This is the second in a series of reports detailing the impact abuse and neglect has on children in the Commonwealth. In this story, we hear how meth addiction by parents puts children at risk for serious injury and death. Dan Modlin has this report.
Bowling Green, KY – Big Brothers/Big Sisters of SouthCentral Kentucky is putting out the word that it needs more volunteers to service needy children in the region. Dan Modlin has this conversation with a case manager from the organization, and a Little Brother from Bowling Green.