Regional
11:54 am
Wed June 20, 2007

New study: Most households don't store firearms safely

Winston Salem, NC – A new study by a Wake Forest University researcher shows that two-thirds of US households with firearms don't store them properly away from children. Dan Modlin spoke with Dr. Robert Durant, whose study appears in the the June issue of "Pediatrics".

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Regional
2:25 am
Wed June 20, 2007

Fletcher to talk "fuel" and "energy development" before committee

Frankfort, Ky – Governor Fletcher is changing his schedule so he can make an appearance before a joint meeting of the House and Senate's Appropriations and Revenue Committees. As Tony McVeigh reports, the Governor wants to talk about fuel and energy issues.

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Regional
10:44 am
Tue June 19, 2007

ATV injuries hitting hard in Kentucky

Bowling Green, Ky – A recent study ranked Kentucky first in the nation in deaths related to the use of ATVs. In rural parts of the Commonwealth, the vehicles are a popular way to navigate rocky terrain. In this special report, Lisa Autry speaks with an ATV dealer from Barren County, a Louisville nurse who has treated ATV-related injuries, and a Bowling Green mother whose son was hurt while riding an ATV.

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Regional
3:46 am
Tue June 19, 2007

With Ky overdue for earthquake, state dusts off emergency plan

Frankfort, Ky – In February 1812, a seven-point-nine magnitude earthquake caused the Mississippi River along Kentucky's western border to reverse course. Scientists believe we could be overdue for another one. If it occurs, the state plans to be ready. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.

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Regional
11:42 am
Fri June 15, 2007

Ethics complaint filed against Sen. President Williams

Frankfort, Ky – A government watchdog group has filed an ethics complaint against Kentucky Senate President David Williams. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh has our story.

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Regional
1:11 am
Fri June 15, 2007

WKU expert: US may have to engage Hamas

Bowling Green, Ky – The world has watched Hamas rout their rival Fatah in the Gaza Strip. The Hamas victory has serious implications for the Palestinians, Israel, US, and Arab countries. Dr. Soleiman Kiasatpour is the Middle East expert with the WKU Political Science Department. He spoke to us about the fallout from the events in Gaza.

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Regional
9:04 am
Thu June 14, 2007

Ag experts say if rain comes, it's not too late for Ky crops

Bowling Green, Ky – With all of Kentucky--and many neighboring states--mired in drought conditions, farmers have been worried about the future of their crop yields. Yet several tell Western's Public Radio it's not too late for this year's crops if rain comes. Dan Modlin has our story.

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Regional
8:58 am
Thu June 14, 2007

Fletcher back from Asia, discounts talk of more investigations

Frankfort, Ky – Governor Fletcher is back in Kentucky after a nine-day economic development trip to Asia. Two hours after his return last night, the Governor spoke exclusively to Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh.

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Regional
8:55 am
Thu June 14, 2007

Prediction: 2010 Equestrian Games in Ky to be best ever

Lexington, Ky – In three years, Kentucky will be the center of the equine universe, when the state hosts the 2010 World Equestrian Games. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh has an update on preperations for the gamaes.

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Regional
9:44 am
Wed June 13, 2007

Ky prosecutors, police seek to increase DUI convictions

Bowling Green, Ky – A unique conference is being held in Bowling Green, where Kentucky prosecutors and law enforcement agents are coordinating efforts to better prosecute DUI cases. Both groups admit they sometimes fail to work together properly to ensure that drunk drivers are found guilty of their crimes. Dan Modlin spoke to attendees about the issues involved.

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