Today's Schedule Wednesday, December 1st
- Interim Joint Committee on Banking and Insurance11:00am EST
There is no legislative coverage scheduled for the immediate future.
Amid record police shootings in Utah, an investigation into the use of deadly force in the state. With local journalism partner The Salt Lake Tribune, FRONTLINE examines police training, tactics and accountability, as well as racial disparities in the way force is used. Watch now.
"Kill the Indian in him, and save the man.” This was the guiding principle that removed thousands of Native American children and placed them in Indian boarding schools. Among the many who died at Carlisle Indian Industrial School were three Northern Arapaho boys. Now, more than a century later, tribal members journey from Wyoming to Pennsylvania to help them finally come home. Watch now.
75-year-old Rebecca loses the only job she's even known. She has no savings, no 401K safety net, and no employment prospects. Rebecca teams up with son Sian-Pierre to take the trip of a lifetime, one bucket list adventure at a time. Her journey uncovers the economic insecurity faced by millions of Americans. Watch now.
Bill Bryant and journalists discuss major news stories in Kentucky on this special Thanksgiving holiday weekend show (taped on Nov. 17). Guests: Alex Acquisto, Lexington Herald-Leader; Ryland Barton, Kentucky Public Radio; Lisa Benson, Louisville Business First; and Lawrence Smith, WDRB in Louisville.
Host Renee Shaw talks with her guests about compensating college athletes for using their name, image and likeness. Guests include: Jim Host, collegiate sports marketing expert; Rachel Baker, executive associate athletics director, University of Kentucky athletics; State Rep. Adam Bowling (R-Middlesboro); State Sen. Morgan McGarvey (D-Louisville); and others.
Bill Bryant and journalists discuss the news of the week, including a rise in COVID-19 cases and an executive order from Gov. Andy Beshear permitting adults to receive a vaccine booster. Guests: Alex Acquisto, Lexington Herald-Leader; Ryland Barton, Kentucky Public Radio; and Lawrence Smith, WDRB in Louisville.
Renee Shaw talks with her guests about state and national politics. Guests: Ellen Williams, owner of a consulting and government relations firm; Colmon Elridge, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Cassie Chambers Armstrong, Louisville Metro councilmember; and Amy Wickliffe, legislative agent and partner with McCarthy Strategic Solutions.
Comment on Kentucky pays tribute to the program's longtime host, the late Al Smith. Joining Renee Shaw are guests Al Cross, director of UK's Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues; John David Dyche, a Louisville attorney; Mark Hebert, former WHAS-TV reporter, now communications manager for Jefferson County Public Schools; and Jamie Lucke, former Lexington Herald-Leader journalist.
Bill Bryant and journalists discuss the news of the week, including the state passing the 10,000 mark in COVID-19 deaths and discussion of possible legislation in the 2022 General Assembly.. Guests: Marcus Green, WDRB in Louisville; Janet Patton, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Joe Sonka, Louisville Courier Journal.