" Campbell County, Ky." – Have you ever seen a police car speeding by with lights flashing and siren blaring, and wondered what they were doing? To help address commonly asked questions and increase community involvement, the Campbell County and N-K-U Police Departments are providing the Citizen's Police Academy. Lieutenant Bill Wilson told W-N-K-U's Matt Kelley about the program on the local edition of Morning Edition ***You can contact Lt. Wilson at www.campbellcounty.ky.org
By WNKU BusinessWise with Crystal Faulkner and Tom Cooney
WNKU BusinessWise 3-2-09
Highland Heights, KY – WNKU BusinessWise, with Paul Heagen, a Communications Consultant and owner of Lampion Consulting, and Todd Sebastian, author of the best-selling book, 'Tell Your Clients Where to Go!', broadcast the week of March 2, 2009.
Highland Heights, Ky. – The Comedy "The Foreigner" opens at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park March the 10th, and its director, Kenneth Albers, has a long connection with the piece. He played a character it its first staging and went to school with the late writer of "The Foreigner." WNKU's Craig Kopp talked with Adler about this comedy about a guy so shy he pretends he's from another country.
"Cincinnati, Ohio" – Have you ever wondered if you had a hidden treasure in your house? Michael Williams of Wooden Nickel Antiques is accustomed to appraising people's family valuables. Williams recently found a fortune in paintings by local artist T.C. Lindsay, covered with coal dust in someone's attic. He told WNKU's Matt Kelley about the discovery on the local edition of morning edition...
Jessica Lea Mayfield LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU 3-4-09
Highland Heights, KY – Jessica Lea Mayfield stops by the studio to talk with Forrest Griffen and play some tunes LIVE off her new CD, 'With Blasphemy So Heartfelt', in advance of her show at The Southgate House in Newport, opening for The Annuals, broadcast on March 4, 2009. Find out more about Jessica Lea Mayfield at www.myspace.com/jlmayfield.
"Highland Heights, Ky." – Have you ever heard a racist or sexist joke that made you laugh, but felt guilty about it? Does it mean you're a bad person,or have a warped sense of humor? WNKU's Matt Kelley asked Dr. Yaw Frimpong-Mansoh, a philosophy professor at Northern Kentucky University, "When is it wrong to laugh?"
Highland Heights, KY – WNKU BusinessWise, with Stuart Hoffman, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist for The PNC Financial Services Group, and John Wenstrup, a Chartered Financial Consultant and President of The Wenstrup Company, and also the founder of Wise Money Choices, broadcast the week of February 23, 2009.