• Domestic Violence Awareness Started Early in Leader's Life

    by John Gregory | 08/14/14 5:57 PM

    In conversation, Marta Miranda's words are wrapped with the accent of her native Cuba, and punctuated with her passion for helping survivors of domestic violence. Read more.

  • Flood of Children at Southern Border Sharpens Immigration Policy Debate

    by John Gregory | 08/12/14 2:30 PM

    The recent surge of unaccompanied Central American children crossing the southern border of the United States has created a humanitarian crisis and sharpened an already contentious debate about federal immigration policy. Read more.

  • Rand Paul Says Inclusive, Flexible GOP Can Win Back Presidency

    by John Gregory | 08/11/14 10:05 AM

    Rand Paul says when he decided to run for the U.S. Senate, his wife wasn't excited by the idea, even though they thought he wouldn't be elected. Now that Sen. Paul is considering a run for President of the United States, he says the ramifications for him and his family are 100 times greater. Read more.

  • Panel Rehashes Fancy Farm, Latest on Senate Race

    by John Gregory | 08/11/14 9:56 AM

    In the week since Fancy Farm, the political focus has shifted from western to eastern Kentucky as the U.S. Senate candidates toured coal country. Incumbent Sen. Mitch McConnell made a two-day visit to the region with its congressman, Rep. Hal Rogers, while democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes visited Hazard with former President Bill Clinton. Read more.

  • Not the '70s Anymore: Activist Says New Feminism Reaches Out to More Diverse Groups

    by John Gregory | 08/06/14 9:28 AM

    Judi Jennings has had a long and fruitful career of helping to give voice to women artists and rural citizens who want to create a better future for the commonwealth. Read more.

  • Chuck Todd Digs into Kentucky Politics

    by John Gregory | 08/05/14 8:49 AM

    NBC News political analyst-and avowed political junkie-Chuck Todd smiles when he says Kentucky is the place to be over the next few years. Coming up are what’s likely to be a $100 million race for U.S. Senate this fall, one of only two open gubernatorial contests in 2015, and a leading Republican contender for president in 2016. Read more.

  • Fancy Farm Live Blog

    by John Gregory | 08/02/14 2:22 PM

    5:00 p.m.: Thanks for following this blog and for watching KET’s coverage. Be sure to visit our Fancy Farm webpage, where we’ll be posting video of all of today’s speeches. And tune in Monday at 8 p.m. for a one-hour recap of highlights of the speeches and commentary. Read more.

  • A Roundup of Our Fancy Farm Preview Coverage

    by John Gregory | 08/02/14 1:04 PM

    Here’s a listing of the articles and videos we’ve produced to prepare you for today’s Fancy Farm festivities: Read more.

  • Emcee Embraces the History of Fancy Farm

    by John Gregory | 08/02/14 7:00 AM

    The experience won't be totally unfamiliar when Bill Cunningham takes the stage at St. Jerome Parish today to emcee the Fancy Farm political speeches. The western Kentucky native spoke on that very stage eight years ago when he was a candidate for the Kentucky Supreme Court. So Justice Cunningham knows what it's like to face the traditionally boisterous Fancy Farm crowd. Read more.

  • Five Takeaways from Comment on Kentucky's Fancy Farm Preview

    by John Gregory | 08/02/14 1:03 AM

    The journalists on Comment on Kentucky took their show on the road this weekend, traveling to Graves County for the annual Fancy Farm picnic. With the summer sun setting in the background, and the smell of barbeque wafting through the air, the panel discussed what lies ahead for the politicians who will speak at this year's event. Here are five take-aways from their conversation. Read more.