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Wendell Ford: 1924 - 2015

“Wendell Ford: From Yellow Creek to the Potomac” Revisits Late Senator’s Political Career

With the passing of former U.S. senator and Kentucky governor Wendell Ford, revisit the statesman's vibrant career in this personal retrospective of Kentucky's most prominent prominent political leader in the last quarter of the 20th century.

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Comment on Kentucky

January 23, 2015

Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with interim host Bill Bryant, WKYT in Lexington.

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Connections with Renee Shaw

State Sen. Gerald A. Neal

State Sen. Gerald A. Neal (D-Jefferson County) was recently chosen by his Democratic colleagues in the Senate to serve as caucus chairman. The appointment makes Neal the first African-American to serve in a leadership role in Kentucky's General Assembly in its 222-year history.

One to One with Bill Goodman

Remembering Wendell Ford: An Authority on Washington and Frankfort

Former Kentucky governor and U.S. Senator Wendell Ford passed away Jan. 22, 2015. In this archived episode of "One to One with Bill Goodman" from February 2006, Ford talks about Washington and Frankfort politics. The influential and long-serving statesman was a leader in Kentucky's Democratic party from the time of his election to the governor's office in 1971 until he retired from the U.S. Senate in 1999.

Wendell Ford: 1924 - 2015

Kentucky Politicians Remember Wendell Ford

Kentucky lost a political icon and a patriarch of the Democratic Party with the passing of former Sen. Wendell Ford on Jan. 22 at age 90. Fellow Kentucky politicians pay their respects to the Daviess County native.

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Bill's Eye Blog

Wendell Ford in His Own Words

In 2006, Bill Goodman interviewed former Sen. Wendell Ford for KET’s One to One. Though out of the Capitol Hill spotlight for just over seven years, Ford was still deeply interested in state and federal political issues. Here are a few quotes from their conversation.

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One to One with Bill Goodman

Senate President Stivers Discusses Legislative Agenda

Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers discusses the upcoming political landscape in Frankfort on this episode of "One to One with Bill Goodman."


Sunken Ship Rescue

A team of 500 engineers and divers struggle to raise the Costa Concordia cruise ship.

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Kentucky Health

Caring for New Immigrants

In this episode of "Kentucky Health," Svetlana Nakatis, M.D., and Ricardo Ferreira Lopez, M.D., discuss medical options for new immigrants.

Editor and the Dragon: Horace Carter Fights The Klan

On a hot July night in 1950, Horace Carter watched as thirty cars filled with armed, robed, and hooded Ku Klux Klansmen made their way through Tabor City, a small town on the North Carolina-South Carolina border. The event marked the beginning of two years of turmoil as Carter, Tabor City, and the surrounding communities witnessed large Klan rallies, gunplay, abductions, assaults, and murders.