Highland Heights, KY – Michael Slider is a high school political science and history teacher. He's from Oldham County and he's running for Kentucky Fourth Congressional District. He talked with WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik about why he's running for Congress:
Highland Heights, KY – According to WNKU and the Post's voice of the voter panel both President George Bush and Senator John Kerry performed well last nigth during their first debate. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik reports:
Frankfort, KY – While hundreds of Kentucky teachers marched outside the Kentuck capitol yesterday protesting their new health plan, Fletcher Administration officials were defending the decisions that led to the plan. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports:
Cincinnati, OH – Artists from across the tri-state are taking their talent out of the studio and onto the streets for the third annual streetscapes street painting festival. WNKU's Sara Wittmeyer has a preview of what you can expect to see:
Cincinnati, OH – Hamilton County Voters will not see a candidate for prosecutor on the November Second Ballot. But they will have a chance to write in a selection. Mike Allen sent a letter to the Board of Elections Monday asking his name be removed from the ballot. Later he read a statement to reporters:
While Allen nor anyone else will be on the printed ballot, five candidates are running as write-ins. They include Ohio State Treasurer and former prosecutor JOe Deters, JOdy Luebbers, Melissa Powers, Fanon Rucker and James Rueger.
Cincinnati, OH – The Republican Convention is now over. reaction from some of the people on the WNKU/Post Voice of the Voter Panel shows them mostly split down party lines. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik Reports: