Bowling Green, Ky – In part two of Dan Modlin's special series, we hear about some of the brutal instances of online child pornography that's been manufactured in Kentucky. This series is an effort to alert the public to the widespread nature of this crime. You can also hear the first part of the series at our website as well.
Frankfort, Ky – Kentucky's top election official believes there is a crisis in civic engagement and literacy, especially among the young. However, Secretary of State Trey Grayson says something can be done about it. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.
Bowling Green, KY – As use of the internet has expanded, so has the amount of online child pornography. In the first of a special two-part series, Dan Modlin looks at the effect these images have on the victims, and efforts in Kentucky to combat the crime.
Bowling Green, Ky – Some of the best arson investigators aren't human. They're canines. Dan Modlin has this interview with Jeanne Brock, President of the Canine Accelerant Detection Association. The group trains dogs to help in fire investigations.
Dan Modlin – WKU Geography and Geology Professor Chris Groves talks about the increasing water quality problems seen in China. Dan Modlin recently spoke with Professor Groves in the studio of Western's Public Radio.
Bowling Green, KY – Several doctored photographs were recently run by major media outlets during the war in Lebanon. The discovery of the manipulated images is raising a host of ethical issues for photojournalists. Dan Modlin talks with James Kenney, the head of the WKU Photojournalism Department.