Covington, KY – Another lawsuit to be filed this morning in connection with the Erpenbeck Company and its relationship with the former People's Bank. Kentucky Post reporter Paul Long is following the story which is in today's paper. He talked with WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik
Frankfort, KY – While lots of peole are off relaxing at the beach this summer, the Kentucky Candidates for governor continue to work toward the goal of being elected in November. Some new information out this week on fundraising for the two campaigns. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief, Courtney Kinney about what's been released:
Frankfort, KY – Money for education and cash for the Kentucky governor's race, those are a couple of the hot topics in Frankfort. A coalition of Kentucky school districts wants to sue the General Assembly for more funding. WNKU's Jay Hanselman talked with Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief Courtney Kinney about the lawsuit.
Highland Hts, KY – Summer is promoted as a good time to catch up on your reading. You'll see ads picturing someone lounging in a deck chair, book in hand, tall cold drink nearby. While that's an inviting image, Pete Rightmire thinks many of us are too busy to do much summer reading and he has a few suggestions to help make the most of the time you do have to spend with a good book this summer:
Pete Rightmire is a freelance writer living in Edgewood, Kentucky.
Cincinnati, OH – Kroger holds its annual meeting today at Music Hall. Despite difficult economic times, the company's had a pretty good year. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Cincinnati Post Business Reporter, Alex Coolidge about what he expects from the meeting.
Cincinnati, OH – Cincinnati Council's finance committee is discussing a plan to build the Kroger Company a parking garage to keep its headquarters and 1,200 jobs downtown. WNKU's Jay Hanselman reports.
Highland Heights, KY – This year flag day got more people's attention in the aftermath of the latest Gulf War and 9/11. But commentator Jeffrey Williams has some misgivings about the excessive flattery of old glory.
Jeffrey Williams is a history professor at Northern Kentucky University. His remarks reflect his personal opinions and are not necessarily those of Northern Kentucky University, its board of regents or WNKU.