Cincinnati, OH – Normally when there's a Cincinnati Public School levy on the ballot, there's a unified effort to get it passed. But that's not the case for the issue before voters Tuesday. WNKU's Jay Hanselman reports.
Richmond, KY – Kentucky is one of 11 states with a constitutional amendment on the ballot next week that could ban same sex marriage. Kentucky Public Radio's Marie Mitchell reports the measure before voters has two parts.
Ohio voters will be voting on a similar measure. That issue bans gay marriage and prohibits local and state governments from granting legal status to any couple, gay or straight.
Highland Heights, KY – For the past 4 and a half years, Jeffrey Dvorkin has served as NPR's ombudsman. He received 50,000 e-mails last year alone. He answers your questions and comments on Speaking Frankly
Highland Heights, KY – More than 62-million people watched the first presiential debate last week, but Pete Rightmire doesn't think tonight's debate will draw as many viewers. He says campaigns should take some tips from netowrk programmers to keep people watching:
Pete Rightmire is a freelance writer living in Edgewood, Kentucky.
Highland Heights, KY – Michael Slider is a high school political science and history teacher. He's from Oldham County and he's running for Kentucky Fourth Congressional District. He talked with WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik about why he's running for Congress:
Highland Heights, KY – In times of war, pollution, crime and greed, it might be nice to give a quiet cheer for cooperation. Commentator Martin Giesbrecht explains how cooperation might have gotten started among humans and what it means today:
Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of economics at Northern Kentucky University.