Kentucky Life explores the work of Eastern Kentucky PRIDE (Personal Responsibility In a Desirable Environment), an initiative started in 1997 by Congressman Hal Rogers and the late General James Bickford. Their vision was to encourage citizens to take responsibility for protecting the environment and provide the education and resources they need to do so.
Gilbert Friedell, MD, and J. Isaac Joyner, MPH, discuss their book, "The Great Diabetes Epidemic: A Manifesto for Control and Prevention." The book advocates taking a public health approach to addressing diabetes, emphasizes prevention of diabetes-related complications, and encourages more community responsiveness.
Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies
In conjunction with the three-part series "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies," KET will be airing a number of cancer-related programming, including a live call-in special.
Lawmakers were working into the wee hours on Tuesday, March 24, to send the governor measures on the gas tax, dating violence prevention, and income tax check-off programs to benefit pediatric cancer research and rape crisis centers. KET's Renee Shaw reports on the late-hour proceedings.
Watch the story of James A. Baker III, a remarkable politician and statesman who represents a time when a divided Congress got things done, and when presidents and politicians worked together.
Host Bill Goodman and his panel discuss the 2015 election. Guests: Patrick Hughes, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Clint Morris, chair of the Fayette County Democratic Party; and Nathan Haney, chair of the Jefferson County Republican Party.