It's time for some father-son bonding as Chad Miles and son Leo go fishing at Beaver Lake. Also, have you seen a barn owl lately? Learn about the latest research on the declining barn owl population. Last, see how the tradition of trapping is being passed on to the next generation.
Solutions to Appalachia's economic and health problems--from the local food movement to broadband expansion to tourism--were featured in the 2016 SOAR Innovation Summit on June 6 in Pikeville. Kentucky Congressman Hal Rogers and Gov. Matt Bevin were among the featured speakers. "It's time for us to get off the sidelines and into the game," said Rogers.
Rudell Stitch, a welterweight who used to spar with Muhammad Ali, died in 1960 at the age of 27 while trying to save a friend from drowning. We look back on his life in this Emmy-nominated segment from Louisville Life.
The greatest maritime disaster in U.S. history occurred on April 27, 1865, when the SS Sultana exploded on the Mississippi River and an estimated 1,800 passengers died, including 194 from Kentucky. Kentucky Life explores the history in this Emmy-nominated segment.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Interviews with people close to the boxer known as "The Greatest" celebrate the 2005 opening of the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville. Renee talks with Ali's wife, Lonnie; Angelo Dundee, his first trainer; Howard Bingham, honorary curator of photography at the center; and visitors from around the world about Ali's impact on their lives.