The Kentucky legislature is considering a new law that would require children up to nine years of age, or fifty-seven inches tall to be secured in a booster seat when traveling in a car. Triple A spokesperson Cheryl Parker says that a recent survey of its members shows overwhelming support for the measure. WNKU’s Matt Kelley asked Ms. Parker to explain what is being proposed. ( get more information at www.lrc.ky.gov/record/14RS/hb199.htm )
The Executive Director of the American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati has just published a book entitled "We Called Him Rabbi Abraham...Lincoln and American Jewry". WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with Rabbi Gary Zola about his book.
Ohio’s Emergency Alert System sirens will be tested during a statewide drill at 9:50 this morning. Kelli Blackwell, spokesperson for the Emergency Management Agency says that given the polar vortex and flooding in the state recently “Severe Weather Awareness Week” couldn’t come at a better time. WNKU’s Matt Kelley asked Ms. Blackwell what people should expect. (get details at www.ema.ohio.gov )
The Cover story in the March issue of Cincinnati Magazine is entitled “The Top 10 Best New Restaurants”. Joanne Drilling, the magazine’s new dining editor, tells WNKU’s Steve Hirschberg the restaurants are ranked in order.
You can make a difference, but you have to engage. What are your hopes, aspirations and priorities for Northern Kentucky? Northern Kentucky has a long history of establishing and successfully accomplishing a common community agenda.