Our Events page is designed to be a great resource for the entire region. It's a great place to learn more about what's happening all across our coverage area, from arts events to community festivals. If you know of an interesting upcoming event, be sure to let us know!
Update Tuesday, 3:20pm C.T.: WKPB-FM is now back on the air following the replacement of electronic components that failed on Sunday. There may be some intermittent signal interference for a day or two while everything is fine-tuned. The onset of windy, icy weather is delaying progress this afternoon.
Thanks for your patience, and thanks to our engineers for staying on top of this!
According to the National Weather Service, accumulating snow is possible Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
A low pressure system is forecast to strengthen as it moves through the Ohio Valley today. On the back side of this weather system, cold air will rush into the region changing rain over to snow tonight. Snow is expected to continue during the overnight hours through Wednesday morning.
Snow accumulations may range from 1 to 4 inches across much of the eastern parts of the WKU Public Radio coverage area. The rest of the region can expect a mix of rain and snow overnight, with little or no snow accumulation.
There have been some equipment problems Sunday at the WKPB 89.5FM transmitter. Our site engineer is at work to sort things out, but you may experience some signal outages while we work to restore full power.
This does not affect our live webstream. Thanks for your patience while this work is underway.