A quick look at today’s show:
1:06pm: The major stories from Metro Louisville this week, including Mayor Fischer ordering an economic impact study of Fourth Street Live.
1:30pm: Kenny Colston has the latest from Frankfort, including the governor’s appointment of a new Health and Family Services secretary.
1:40pm: 2012 is on track to be a big year for new automobile sales, which translates to lots of demand from auto parts suppliers, many of whom are hiring – if they can find the labor pool. We’ll hear a feature from Michigan Radio and then speak with Jere Downs from the Courier-Journal about the local impact.
1:50pm: Even WFPL News is not immune to March Madness. We’ll go over some of the games and review teams with sports writer Eric Crawford.