Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with host Bill Bryant. This week the panel explores the latest in the Kentucky governor's race, Sen. Rand Paul's presidential campaign swing through New Hampshire, and Keeneland's plans for a race track in Corbin.
Kendell Nash, executive director of ECHO (Exploited Children's Help Organization), joins Renee to discuss issues of child exploitation, neglect, and abuse. ECHO provides education, advocacy, and support services to the children and families of Metro Louisville and surrounding areas.
Finding a good base of operations is key to successfully raising a family. One must find the correct stream or tree, the correct building materials, neighbors and sometimes tenants. In the wild, every home is a unique DIY project, every head of household is a designer and engineer.
Nazi Mega Weapons
As America threatens to invade Japan in 1944, the Japanese turn to desperate new tactics: kamikaze suicide bombers. Now, experts are uncovering the clues to the terrifying weapons Japan sent into war - killer planes, rocket bombs, and super torpedoes: all guided, not by machines, but by human pilots.
Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame Ceremony 2015
As the first living author to be inducted into the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame, Wendell Berry has the privilege to celebrate the wealth of literary talent the state has been able to offer.
It’s been four years since Kentucky adopted the Common Core education standards. On KET’s April 13th Education Matters, educators explored how the new standards have changed the way students are taught.
Candidates running in the Democratic primary for Kentucky State Treasurer, Neville Blakemore and Rep. Rick Nelson, outline their vision for the role the office should play in voters' lives.