State lawmakers have big hopes heading into the 2016 for legislation regarding education, right to work, tort reform, the minimum wage, and a host of other policy goals. But all of those debates will pale into comparison to the primary challenge facing the next General Assembly. Money.
What happens when love runs out of time? For 92-year-old Mimi, who has spent much of her life caring for 64-year-old Dona, her daughter with an intellectual disability, it means facing the inevitable — the likelihood that she will not outlive her daughter and the need to find her a new home.
A lineup of the biggest names in comedy salutes Eddie Murphy, the 18th recipient of the Mark Twain Prize.
Austin City Limits
Featured artists include Don Henley, Los Lobos, Robert Randolph, Rhiannon Giddens and John Hiatt.
Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses his new book, We Cannot Be Silent.
Dr. Jeff Tuvlin, MD, a gastroenterologist at KentuckyOne Health, talks about Crohn's disease and Colitis.
Celebrate Covington's bicentennial and see why this Northern Kentucky city has had a major impact in the region; the history of Daviess County on its 200th anniversary; country singer Marty Brown attempts a comeback from a Nashville recording studio and his Simpson County home; and in Ashland, three brothers give Mexican cuisine a Southern California spin at Suplex Tacos.
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a Carl Brenner painting and Newcomb College Pottery. Amy Hess goes on the road to the Oxford Antique Market in Scott County.
Renee speaks with Miss Kentucky Clark Janell Davis, a sophomore at the University of Kentucky majoring in vocal performance, with a minor in political science. Davis was diagnosed with dyslexia in elementary school. Her pageant platform is dyslexia awareness.