Regional
11:29 am
Tue May 30, 2006

BCE or CE?

Regional
11:24 am
Tue May 30, 2006

Copper Thefts On The Rise

Regional
4:11 am
Tue May 30, 2006

Part Two in Series on Public Advocacy

Bowling Green, KY – This is the second segment in the
series about funding for public advocacy.
Interviews with several judges and
attorneys are included.......

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Regional
4:07 am
Tue May 30, 2006

Series on Public Advocacy Funding in Kentucky

Bowling Green, KY – This report contains numerous interviews
with judges and public advocates about
funding issues.

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Regional
4:31 am
Thu May 25, 2006

Bowling Green Foster Family Shares Home, Mission

Bowling Green – Morris and Veronica Jackson of Bowling Green are receiving a statewide award for their incredible work with foster children. Over the past 8 years, the Jacksons have opened their home to 30 different foster kids. They spoke with Lisa Autry of Western's Public Radio about why they do it, and what it takes to love so many different children.

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Regional
11:28 am
Fri May 19, 2006

Bridging the Gap Between KY and Iraq

Glasgow, KY – With National Guard troops serving deployments of one year or more, soldiers and their families are finding new ways to stay in regular communication. In this story, Western's Public Radio visited families in Barren and Jefferson counties to learn how families were using web cameras, instant messaging, and online blogs to stay in touch with their soldiers overseas.

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Regional
10:36 am
Fri May 19, 2006

African Children's Choir in Kentucky

Members of the African Children's Choir
www.africanchildrenschoir.com

Elizabethtown, KY – As AIDS continues to ravage parts of Africa, the African Children's Choir is offering orphans a new hope. The group came to Elizabethtown during their recent North American tour, and Western's Public Radio was there to meet the children and hear their hopes for the future.

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Health
10:01 am
Fri May 19, 2006

In Owensboro, An Honest First-Person Account of Meth Addiction

Dan Modlin spoke to an Owensboro resident who described the life style of a meth addict. She includes first-person accounts of the danger and impact associated with the drug.

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