Bowling Green, Ky – One of the most closely-watched US Senate races in the country turned into a rout. Republican Rand Paul of Bowling Green beat Democrat Jack Conway by 12 points. Lisa Autry was at Paul's campaign headquarters Tuesday night, and has this report.
Bowling Green – Voters in Kentucky on Tuesday will choose a new U-S Senator and members of Congress. In an interview with Lisa Autry, WKU political science professors Scott Lasley and Joel Turner analyze some the key races.
Bowling Green, KY – The new Alumni Center at WKU will be named in honor of Owensboro native Dale Augenstein. The WKU graduate and long-time supporter is pledging one million dollars toward the five million dollars needed to build the structure. In addition to pledging the fiscal support, Augenstein is chairing the campaign to raise the rest of the money needed for the Center, which will be located in Block 12 of the Bowling Green Tax Increment Financing District.
Bowling Green, KY – Kathryn Costello, WKU's new Vice-President for Development says alumni play a key role in the University's plans for private giving in the future. Costello will officially start her new job in January. She spoke with Dan Modlin.
Bowling Green, KY – Officials at WKU say the long list of events taking place at this year's Homecoming have been in the planning stages for nearly a year. Ginny Hensley, Director of Alumni Programs, talks with Dan Modlin about some of the key decisions that must be made each year....including which football weekend should be designated as Homecoming......