Segment A: We’ll speak with WFPL’s news staff about the stories they covered this week – including today’s ruling that JCPS parents have the right to enroll their children in the closest school.
Segment B: The Courier-Journal’s environmental reporter, James Bruggers, will join us to review his long-continuing coverage of the Metropolitan Sewer District. Then we’ll speak with Deborah Yetter from the C-J about allegations that Medicaid funds were misused at UofL’s medical school.
Segment C: The college football conferences are changing, and we’ll check in with Holly Anderson from Sports Illustrated and the C-J’s Eric Crawford to see why the realignment happened and what the long-term implications may be. We’ll also look ahead to this weekend’s games.