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Experts offer practical advice on applying for college financial aid

On College Financial Aid 2023: Education Matters, hosted by KET’s Kelsey Starks, financial experts from Kentucky colleges and universities provide practical information about applying for financial aid and field questions from viewers on topics such as when to fill out the FAFSA form and how long before universities reply to prospective students.

‘Kentucky Tonight’ announces schedule for candidate programs in the 2022 general election

KET continues its in-depth political coverage of the 2022 general election with Kentucky Tonight programs featuring interviews with candidates in the U.S. House and Senate races. The Kentucky Tonight candidate programs, hosted by Renee Shaw, will air throughout October on Mondays at 8/7 pm on KET. The programs also will be available for streaming at and on the PBS Video app.

KET’s Be My Neighbor Day event in Louisville celebrates giving back to the community

Families are invited to join KET and its partners, PNC Grow Up Great and Fred Rogers Productions, for Be My Neighbor Day on Sunday, Sept. 25, from 12-4 pm at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park in Louisville. The free, family event builds on the values and themes presented in Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and introduces children to caring neighbors and community helpers while teaching them the importance of giving back.

‘Youth Mental Health: A KET Forum’ discusses how to help young people in a crisis

September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and a new KET special – Youth Mental Health: A KET Forum, hosted by Renee Shaw – examines the suicide problem, talking with students, educators and mental health professionals to explore the root causes of anxiety and depression and learn how to help young people in crisis.