KET PUBLIC AFFAIRS COVERAGE
- Election Dust Settles; What's Next?
by John Gregory | 11/10/14 2:18 PM
With the elections finally over, attentions now turn to what's next for the winners and losers in Tuesday’s voting. The panel on this weekend's Comment on Kentucky discussed the prospects for those in Washington and in Frankfort. Read more.
- Infectious Disease Specialists Answer Ebola Questions
by John Gregory | 11/05/14 1:55 PM
Ebola has made numerous headlines in recent months, as health officials, politicians, and the media have grappled with facts and myths about the virus. Read more.
- Election Night Video Highlights
- Election Night 2014 - Live Blog
by John Gregory | 11/04/14 6:30 PM
Thanks for watching our coverage tonight. We’ll post video of the candidate speeches on YouTube and on our website. Please stay tuned for a special report from PBS NewsHour at 11 p.m. to get election results and analysis from across America. Read more.
- Political Pundits Regroup on Election Eve
by John Gregory | 11/04/14 11:57 AM
Taking the debate down to the final hours of the campaign, the guests on Monday's Kentucky Tonight enjoyed a spirited discussion about which party did better this election season. Read more.
- PBS NewsHour's Live Election Night Coverage
by Editor | 11/04/14 11:41 AM
PBS NewsHour will be live-streaming election coverage continuously tonight beginning at 6 pm ET. Watch the live stream here: Read more.
- PBS NewsHour's Election Live Blog
by Editor | 11/04/14 11:38 AM
PBS NewsHour's Election Live Blog is now active. Check back throughout the day for news, results and analysis from around the country: Read more.
- Five Election-Eve Notes from Veteran Journalist Al Cross
by John Gregory | 11/03/14 12:09 PM
Al Cross has seen his share of political campaigns. But the veteran reporter and journalism teacher says none of them can hold a candle to this year's U.S. Senate race in Kentucky. Read more.
- Candidates Focus on Ground Game in Final Weekend
by John Gregory | 11/02/14 11:24 AM
How does a candidate get the attention of a prospective voter in the last few days of a long, hard-fought political campaign? Read more.
- Out of Poverty and Educated: United Way Thinks Big With New Goal
by John Gregory | 10/30/14 9:49 AM
When you set your sights on improving one of the state's worst schools and moving 10,000 families out of poverty, you don't really need a high-powered advertising agency to develop your marketing campaign. Read more.