Metro Council Court on Judy Green Trial Delay Request: State of the News

WFPL Political Editor Phillip M. Bailey appeared on State of the News this past Friday to summarize recent developments in the ethics hearing of Councilwoman Judy Green.  He illuminated the court’s decision to deny her request for a delay in her trial, based on alleged medical issues, with select audio clips from the proceedings. Currently […]

State of the News 8/26/11 [Full Audio]

Today on State of the News, Gabe Bullard explained the latest developments on the Louisville Orchestra’s ongoing difficulties between musicians and management.  Devin Katayama brought us up to date on the court hearings that took place this week about the JCPS student assignment plan.  The denial of Metro Councilwoman Judy Green’s request for a postponement […]

Orchestra Announcements, Steve Jobs, Judy Green, and Beer: Today on State of the News

Segment A: We’ll talk with the WFPL news staff about this week’s stories, including the latest on the Louisville Orchestra — members of which are meeting with Mayor Greg Fischer in less than an hour. And Councilwoman Judy Green‘s attorney asks for a delay of her removal hearing, citing medical issues, but no one has […]

EPA Tours Eastern Kentucky: State of the News

WFPL environment reporter Erica Peterson tagged along with two EPA officials this past week as they toured Eastern Kentucky meeting with residents of communities affected by coal mining.   Region Four administrator Gwen Keyes Fleming and senior advisor for environmental justice Lisa Garcia of EPA heard from several residents and members of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth […]

Overview of Australian Bombing Hoax Arrest: State of the News

On the Friday, Aug. 19, edition of State of the News, WFPL’s Devin Katayama and Gabe Bullard gave a review and summary of an unusual story that unfolded this week.  Police in Sydney, Australia allege that Paul “Doug” Peters broke into a teenage girl’s home on August 3rd and strapped what ended up being a […]

Today on State of the News

Segment A: School is finally in session in Jefferson County, Insight Communications has a new owner and the Louisville Orchestra can move forward with its bankruptcy plan. We’ll talk about these and other Metro stories – including a possibly postponement of Councilwoman Judy Green‘s removal trial, and the strange case of the man charged in […]

State of the News 8/12/11 [Audio Highlights]

Our roundtable discussion of the week’s big events was hosted by News Director Gabe Bullard.  Political Editor Phillip M. Bailey discussed the recent controversy over state Senator Perry Clark’s letter comparing President Barack Obama to Adolph Hitler. Later, WFPL’s Devin Katayama broke down the results of a survey that asked how Louisvillians feel about various […]