Highland Heights, Kentucky – With so many people out of work these days, a Cincinnati-area career consultant has written a book designed to help. It's called "Stop Peeing on Your Shoes--avoiding the seven mistakes that screw up your job search". WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with author Julie Bauke.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – Some of the organizations involved in the Vision 2015 plan for Northern Kentucky have been assessing the region's needs in the realms of health care and social issues. An update on what has been learned was presented this week at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg reports.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – Most of us don't know it, but a building on Race Street in downtown Cincinnati played a significant role in the nation's musical heritage. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg explains.
Highland Heights, Ky. – A tribute stage at the Cincy Blues Fest and a new CD are helping to commemorate the 40th anniversay of the Ludlow Garage. Writer Rick Bird has a City Beat cover story on the short-lived rock club that played host to everyone from the Allman Brothers to Santana to Spirit to the James Gang -- making the Ludlow Garage one of America's hotspots of underground music...
"Cincinnati, Ohio" – Young women from the Tri-State are getting the chance to explore non-traditional careers in the building trades at the Y-W-C-A this summer. "Rosie's Girls" is a program designed to teach eleven to thirteen year olds the basics of construction, while building self-esteem and confidence. W-N-K-U's Matt Kelley asked Director of Youth Services Rhonda Lindon-Hammon how it works (for more information, contact Rhonda Lindon-Hammon at firstname.lastname@example.org)
" Highland Heights, Ky." – Two new national reports show Kentucky tipping the scales as one of the most obese states in the country. The reports, from the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation and the Centers for Disease Control ranks the state as 4th worst for children and 7th worst for adult obesity.WNKU's Matt Kelley asked Susan Zapeda Executive Director of the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky why the commonwealth ranks so poorly (you can find the reporst at www.rwjf.org and CDC.gov)