Highland Heights, KY – Two more people involved in the Erpenbeck home building scandal are reportedly close to reaching plea agreements with federal prosecutors. WNKU's Jay Hanselman talked with Kentucky Post reporter Bob Driehaus about the latest developments in the on-going investigation.
Highland Heights, KY – We continue to hear reports about the problems with Americans health today from obesity to heart disease and stroke. A new book points out some alternative ways to treat these and other problems. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with the author of balanced healing, Dr. Larry Altshuler:
Frankfort, KY – Kentucky legislators still have no state budget and it appears possible there could be a repeat of 2002 when they failed to pass a budget before the general assembly session ended. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh looks at how budget talks unfolded yesterday:
Cincinnati, OH – Sentencing is the next step for former Northern Kentucky homebuilder, Bill Erpenbeck. He and his father, Tony each pleaded guilty to a single conspiracy charge to tamper with an official proceeding. Kentucky Post Reporter, Bob Driehaus was in the court room and talked with WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik: