Photographer Sherman Cahal has a soft spot for places most people have forgotten. An urban explorer, historian and blogger, he documents historic structures, like the Old Crow Distillery in Woodford County, that are abandoned or endangered. Learn more in this Emmy-nominated segment from Kentucky Life.
One to One with Bill Goodman
Bill sits down with attorney Jon Fleischaker and Peter Baniak, vice president and editor of the Lexington Herald-Leader, to discuss the 40th anniversary of Kentucky's Open Records Law.
As youths are burnt alive, police suspect the hand of the Truth Terrorist once more. They finally make a key arrest. Will this be the end of the killings?
Louis questions Julian's alibi as police search for the person involved in Jessie's case. When Louis confides in Sarah, she implores him to seek a lawyer. This only leads to another run-in with the police who turn their attention to Louis as the chief suspect. As chaos ensues, Mr. Masterson makes a surprise announcement.
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including Kentucky's delegates at the Republican National Convention. Scheduled guests: Bill Estep, Lexington Herald-Leader, Michael Gossum, WBKO-TV Bowling Green, and Tom Loftus, The Courier-Journal.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee's guest is Dr. Leana Wen, Baltimore City health commissioner, emergency room physician, and patient advocate. Renee talks with Dr. Wen about the country's struggle to manage pain, physician responsibility in prescribing powerful painkillers, harm-reduction techniques like needle exchange, and the accessibility of overdose-reversal drugs. Part of KET's Inside Opioid Addiction initiative.
The Drink Pyramid, a creative and fun educational graphic created by Dr. Daria “Nikki” Stone, has helped to reduce tooth decay among some of the most vulnerable children in eastern Kentucky over the past decade, and is gaining widespread exposure as an effective tool for oral health preventive services. This article is part of KET's initiative Inside Oral Health, funded in part by the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.
Almost half of the nearly 2.5 million people incarcerated in America are there because of drug use and addiction. Learn how drug courts are set up to help those with substance-abuse disorders get and stay on the right side of the law. Renee's guest is Terrence Walton, chief operating officer of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals.