Cincinnati, Oh – As part of its Barrow Conservation Lecture series, the Cincinnati Zoo on Thursday is hosting vice president of the Wildlife Conservaton Society of New York, Dr. George Schaller. The man known as the greatest naturalist of the 20th Century talked with WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik about his work in Tibet studying the Tibetan Antelope:
Frankfort, KY – It's been the same discussion for weeks in Frankfort, trying to work out the state budget in Kentucky. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief, Courtney Kinney about what we might expect this week:
Boone County, KY – A surprising development in Boone County Circuit court in the case of Florence's former finance director, Ron Epling. He's charged with embezzling city funds. Kentucky Post reporter Paul Long was in the courtroom. He talked with WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik.
Frankfort, KY – Kentucky House Lawmakers will be focusing on the budget tomorrow. Last week House Democratic Majority Whip Joe Barrows managed to keep his job after tryng to sneak some money into the spending plan. WNKU's Jay Hanselman talked with Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief Courtney Kinney about Barrow's problem.
Frankfort, KY – Kentucky Governor Paul Patton is proposing tax reform. He was at times emotional during his budget address to the General Assembly last night. His administration is projecting a 400 million dollar shortfall in the next fiscal year unless there's new revewnue. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief Courtney Kinney about the Governor's proposals.
Cincinnati, OH – Some Hamilton County voters will be heading to the polls Tuesday for special elections. Several of them will be helping officials test new high tech voting equipment. WNKU's Jay Hanselman has more
Frankfort, KY – Kentucky legislators are back in Frankfort this week. The state's budget will be one of the biggest challenges facing lawmakers. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief, Courtney Kinney about what we can expect.
Cincinnat, OH – Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken will deliver his annual state of the city address this morning to an invitation only audience at Union Terminal. During last year's speech before the Rotary Club the mayor said he was setting clear and measurable objectives to judge his success in 2002. The mayor said in a year people could look back to see where he succeeded and where he stumbled. WNKU's Jay Hanselman talked with Cincinnati Post City Hall Reporter Kevin Osborne to review last year's speech and the mayor's progress.
Cincinnati, OH – Cincinnati's mayor says the city will get better with focused and forward leadership. Charlie Luken says that's what 2003 will be about. He delivered his state of the city address Thursday (01/30) to an invitation only crowd at Union Terminal. WNKU's Jay Hanselman reports.