Bowling Green, KY – A coalition of grocery stores in Kentucky want to change state law to allow the sale of wine in their establishments. Proponents say consumers want to be able to purchase wine and food at one stop. The proposal got lost this year in a legislative session with more pressing issues, such as the budget shortfall. But,proponents say they will try again next year. Lisa Autry has the story.
Bowling Green, Ky – Kentucky's Attorney General, Democrat Jack Conway, appears to be leaning towards a run for the US Senate seat currently held by Jim Bunning. Conway spoke to WKU Public Radio's Dan Modlin.
Bowling Green, Ky – Richard Norton Smith is one of America's foremost Abraham Lincoln scholars. He recently talked to Dan Modlin about the Lincoln presidency, including the modern misconception that Lincoln was extremely popular during his lifetime.
Frankfort, KY – A Kentucky senator wants the commonwealth to join the 31 states that already have nuclear power plants operating within their borders. We get more from Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh.
Bowling Green, Ky – The first tangible effects of the federal stimulus package may be noticed by states as soon as this week. Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear says Washington is expected to start doling out money soon for Medicaid costs. Governor Beshear expects the state to receive close to $1 billion in Medicaid help over the next two years. Lisa Autry reports.