The Drug Enforcement Administration is warning the public about scam artists who pose as DEA agents to try to extort money or get personal information. Authorities say the scam frequently targets those who have purchased drugs over the phone or internet.
Child advocates say more foster and adoptive families are needed for the more than 1,800 children in state custody. Homes are especially needed for older and special needs children. Lisa Autry has this interview.
Randy Steidl has faced death twice and lived to tell about it. He was released from prison in Illinois in 2004 after spending 17 years on death row for a crime he didn't commit. He now travels the country speaking against the death penalty and was a guest on WKU Public Radio's "Morning Edition" this morning to talk about his trial, his more than 6,000 days behind bars, and his life since he regained his freedom.