Highland Hts, KY – The controversy sparked by the decision of the Massachusetts Supreme Court mandating that gay coupels have the right to legal, cvil marriages resonates with history, according to commentator Jeffrey Williams.
Highland Heights, KY – After 16 years on the job, Northern Kentucky University head basketball coach Ken Shields has his final home game tomorrow. Shields will retire after this season. He told WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik it's hard to think this will be the last time he'll coach at Regents Hall:
Highland Heights, KY – Two former Kentucky Governors have died in the past few months. They led Kentucky during most of the 60's. Their deaths have prompted commentator Jeffrey Williams to reflect on the significance of their political careers:
Jeffrey Williams is a History Professor at Northern Kentucky University
Highland Heights, KY – It's been esimtated more than 13-million people now play Fantasy Football--picking players and tracking stats for their imaginary teams throughout the season. Pete Rightmire joined a Fantasy Football League this year. He says with what he's learned he cna predict the outcome of the Super Bowl this Sunday.
Pete Rightmire is a freelance writer living in Edgewood, Kentucky.
Frankfort, KY – Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher is trying to sound optimistic as he prepares to deliver his budget address tonight to a joint session of the Kentucky General assembly. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports from Frankfort:
Highland Heights, KY – In America, everybody has the right to march in protest for or against his or her favorite issue. But Martin Giesbrecht suggests those who protest against globalization need to take a reality check:
Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of economics at Northern Kentucky University.