Frankfort, KY – Ernie Fletcher will be sworn in tomorrow as Kentucky's first Republican Governor in more than three decades. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief, Courtney Kinney about what we can expect:
Campbell County, Kentucky – A Kentucky agency is being asked to decide a question that pits officials on both sides of the river against one another. The issue concerns a proposed wastewater treatment plant in Campbell County. WNKU's Jay Hanselman reports:
Highland Heights, KY – The idealized Christmases of long ago portrayed in popular songs still played each holiday are long gone. While he's never taken a ride in a one horse open sleigh or roasted chestnuts over an open fire, Pete Rightmire says he's nostalgic for the simple, low tech christmas of his childhood.
Highland Hts, KY – Back in the early 1900's two Danish economists working for a Copenhagen telephone company began to develop a theory about the length of waiting in line. Martin Giesbrecht suggests this theory is more useful today than ever:
Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of economics at Northern Kentucky University
Covington, KY – The Catholic Church in Covington is trying to get members who've fallen away from the church to come back. Starting today it will hold a series of listening sessions for those with questions and concerns about their faith. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Cathederal Pastoral Associate, Sister Barbara Woeste about the series of meetings:
The first listening session is December 2nd at 7:30 at Howard Hall in Covington. Additional sessions will be December 9th and 15th.
Cincinnati, OH – After pleading no contest to five misdemeanor counts of failing to report allegations of child sexual abuse, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati has set up a three million dollar victims' fund. it's open to anyone who suffered form priest sexual abuse. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with assistant editor of the Saint Anthony Messenger Magazine, John Bookser Feister about what this all means not only for Cincinnati, but dioceses across the country.
Highland Heights, KY – We've all gotten advice from our parents over the years, but the author of HAPPINESS ON SEVEN DOLLARS A WEEK, Harley Bernstein took notes. He talked with WNKU'S Maryanne Zeleznik about how he was sorry he didn't pay more attention to his mom before she died: