We're catching big hybrids at one of the most fish-able dams in the world, on the Ohio River. Next, we're fishing some more, but for a good cause - the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Last, it's Father's Day weekend - make it memorable!
We hop in the boat with Campbellsville University student Nick Ratliff, who qualified for the 2019 Geico Bassmaster Classic. Next, we're fishing for bluegill and redear with Jim Doom. Finally, summertime is the best time for catching bass at night.
These Kentuckians had the right stuff to become astronauts; the American dream of home ownership comes true through the work of HOMES Inc. in Whitesburg, and kids in need in Central Kentucky celebrate their birthdays with the help of Sweet Blessings.
The days are getting longer, and meteorologist Jude Redfield explains how summer weather affects fishing in the commonwealth. Next, we follow the Metal Madness mobile shooting range on its journey. Last, nighttime in summer brings out the best in bowfishing.
World War II veterans board a flight honoring their service to our nation; Liberty may be home, but the Indianapolis Speedway is his heart - Bill Marvel has made a life in racing; and Elmer Lucille Allen is a pioneering scientist with artistic flair.
This week, dogs help with a quail hunt in Logan County. Next, we hear the story of a world-record smallmouth bass straight from the man who caught it.
Comment on Kentucky
Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including a recap of the primary election results. Scheduled guests: Annie Andersen, Spectrum News 1; Jack Brammer, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Lawrence Smith, WDRB in Louisville.
Explore Lexington's history on the twelve stops along the African-American Heritage Trail; Doug explores downtown Glasgow, and the final part of our profile of Ulysses S. Grant picks up with his presidency and enduring significance to Kentucky and the nation.
We'll show you how to catch catfish, but you've got to do the rest to prep them yourself. Next, we're searching for bald eagles, which are making a comeback. Finally, summer is on the horizon which means it's time for some kayak fishing.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Dale Suttles, president of Sunrise Children's Services talks about the organization's mission and services. Since 1869, Sunrise has helped Kentucky's children in crisis whether by abuse or neglect connect with families and services that help them overcome tragic and challenging circumstances.