Renee Shaw hosts a discussion involving candidates for attorney general. Guests: Daniel Cameron, Republican, and Greg Stumbo, Democrat.
Frustrated by Leona’s lack of follow through, Holly jumps in to investigate a lead at a hospital. Ed struggles with his conscience. The Herald, faced with declining sales, proposes a deal that feels compromising to the staff, and prompts James to do his own research. Holly receives gifts from an unlikely source. Watch now.
Ross' tenacity in helping Ned bears fruit, but at a cost. Demelza wrestles with how best to equip the community to look after itself, Morwenna lends herself to the cause. Geoffrey Charles and Cecily's relationship continues to blossom while her father Ralph pursues an arrangement with George, but George's sanity continues to deteriorate, and Cary struggles under mounting responsibilities. Watch now.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee speaks with the new executive director of the Community Action Council, Sharon Price, about her vision for the agency and advancing its mission of eliminating and reducing poverty by supporting early childhood development and education, assisting in job training and employment, and more. Next, Damon Cobble, a licensed marriage and family therapist and a mental health practitioner at Jefferson County Public Schools, talks about the Minority Mental Health Project he founded to help high-risk populations connect to a range of culturally sensitive behavioral, mental health prevention, and intervention services.
Dr. Tuckson speaks with plastic and reconstructive surgery specialist Dr. Ziad Katrib.
Pop stars and bluegrass legends find a special place in the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame; relive a Kentucky Life Memory with a look back at Old Friends in Georgetown - a retirement home for champion racehorses; young men follow in Muhammad Ali's footsteps by stepping into the boxing ring in Louisville; and dive into fun at the Newport Aquarium.
Law enforcement is consistently checking to keep Kentucky's outdoorsmen and women safe and legal - we tag along with Officer Casper; time to get the kids outside for youth deer season, and falconry is one of the world's oldest forms of hunting and fun to watch.