Kids and Families
A list of resources for parents and caregivers to help our children during the pandemic.
Kentucky's General Assembly reconvenes with a look at our teacher shortage, the Coalition to Sustain the Education Profession has recommendations for the teacher shortfall, legislation could help with healthcare shortages, a House impeachment committee makes its recommendation, the Frazier History Museum brings history to life, and a farm for retired race horses celebrates 20 years of service.
Tens of thousands of Kentuckians still lack access to public water. Louisville's new mayor says the state of the city is strong. Why state police will be stationed at certain juvenile justice detention centers. Al Cross talks with Renee Shaw about Kelly Craft's gubernatorial campaign. An eastern Kentucky man is exploring an untapped resource in the region.
A group of Republican lawmakers today demanded change to Kentucky's juvenile justice system, including a change in leadership; a Kentucky family who lost their son to a cardiac arrest is working to make sure AEDs are available at every school sporting event; and part three of Renee Shaw's conversation with Republican gubernatorial candidate Ryan Quarles.
Congressman Brett Guthrie pushes legislation to end the federal COVID-19 emergency declarations. Congressman James Comer discusses pandemic-related fraud at the first House Oversight Committee meeting. Ryan Quarles shares his plans to win the GOP primary for governor despite trailing in fundraising. Ryland Barton previews the General Assembly's return next week. And a look at Museum Bees.
Ryan Quarles tells Renee Shaw what sets him apart from other gubernatorial candidates; Sec. Kerry Harvey recalls stories he heard from Kentuckians who said they were benefiting from medical marijuana; a felon in Western Kentucky advocates for voting rights restoration; looking at Louisville's new approach to tackling homelessness; and recognizing two Kentucky authors who are up for a major award.
How cultural centers in eastern Kentucky are restoring history after devastating flooding. A juvenile justice center in Louisville is reopening. A restaurant at the center of a protest issues an apology. Marking National Holocaust Remembrance Day. Why a northern Kentucky city is temporarily changing its name.
How historic flooding made the housing crisis in Eastern Kentucky worse; a poll shows Atty. General Daniel Cameron leading the Republican field for governor; Sen. McConnell discusses sending tanks to Ukraine; Louisville Mayor Greenberg wants the city to spend more than $30 million to fight homelessness; a new federal policy that could help veterans get mental healthcare; and meet Ethan Almighty.