Frankfort, Ky – Governor Fletcher is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the political affiliation of some of his appointees to state university boards. Tony McVeigh of Kentucky Public Radio reports.
Bowling Green, Ky – There is increasing interest in asphalt mining in Edmonson County. Dr. Mike May of the WKU Department of Geography and Geology says the asphalt mining can yield paving materials and the potential to help with the nation's energy resources. Dan Modlin has our interview.
Bowling Green, Ky – Child safety experts in Kentucky say some children who are raised in so-called "meth houses" are facing dangerous and harmful living conditions. Many of these young people grow up in an environment where they see violence and drug abuse up close and personal. Dan Modlin has the second of our two-part series of reports.
Bowling Green, Ky – Law enforcement officials in Kentucky say meth abuse continues to be a costly problem for many communities. One narcotics task force in Hopkinsville, for example, says illegal meth labs have been found in several motel rooms. For somecommunities in the region, there high costs of policing and treating meth. Dan Modlin has the first of a two-part series of reports on the subject.
Bowling Green, Ky – The Republican in the race says his opponent is a left-wing trial lawyer without any real experience. The Democrat says his opponent is an extremist who can't be trusted to uphold the law for all Kentuckians. Stan Lee and Jack Conway have engaged in a war of words over the Attorney General's race that will be decided next month. Lisa Autry spoke to both candidates.
Bowling Green, Ky – In the second of our two-part series of reports on WWII, we hear from those who saw firsthand the immediate aftermath of Nazi concentration camps in Europe. Also featured is a first-hand account of Allied bombing runs.
Frankfort, Ky – State employees in Kentucky will see only a modest increase in their health insurance costs next year, but a top official is signaling that could change in coming years. Tony McVeigh reports.
Frankfort, Ky – There's more bad news for drunken drivers in Kentucky. County attorneys are getting another tool designed to help them obtain more DUI convictions. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.