Liz retired from her anchorwoman post in June 2005, but continues to work on the station's award-winning "Wednesday's Child" segments, which she founded. Wednesday's Child is a special series of weekly reports that helps children in Greater Louisville find adoptive homes.
In this National Adoption Awareness Month, get an update on Liz's life since retirement and a look at her continuing push to help Louisville children in need.
To learn more about "Wednesday's Child" and local adoptions, visit the official website.
- Program 207
- Meet Louisvillian Terry Boyd, an embedded reporter who was sent on assignment to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kosovo; a retrospective of the work of Stratton Hammon, one of Kentucky's most famous architects; a visit with retired broadcaster Liz Everman; and the facts about Mary Anderson, a late 19th century actress who grew up in Louisville. (#207)