Today on State of the News

A Kentucky state senator has written a letter blasting the recent deal over the debt ceiling and comparing modern America to 1930s Germany. Phillip Bailey will have the latest reactions from Senator Perry Clark’s colleagues and party members. Two members of the Louisville Metro Council say children should have to wear life preservers when they […]

State of the News 7/22/11

Today on our news round table we discussed the controversy around the pending merger between U of L Hospital, Jewish Hospital and a division of Catholic Health Initiatives.  We also got the latest on the misappropriation of funds by Passport Health Plan, the Judy Green ethics trial, and more.  We aired all three parts of […]

Today on State of the News

A hospital merger in the works has Louisville citizens worried that some services may no longer be available. Gabe Bullard has been covering the story and he’ll explain the concerns and the possible solutions. We’ll also hear the latest on Councilwoman Judy Green and other stories writte about the week by Phillip M. Bailey, check […]

State of the News 7/15/11 [Audio]

The weekly news round up today included analysis of Mayor Greg Fischer’s brand new policy of offering benefits for domestic partners of Metro Government employees.  Also, we discuss the recent LG&E study that revealed the presence of coal ash on homes in Southwest Louisville. We talk over the suggestion by senate President and Republican gubernatorial […]

Today on State of the News

Earlier today, Mayor Greg Fischer signed an order that extends domestic partner benefits to employees of the Metro Government. WFPL’s Phillip M. Bailey was there, and he’ll tell us how it happened and how it will be implemented. A study paid for by LG&E found coal ash on homes in Southwest Louisville. Erica Peterson got […]

State of the News Today

Starting at 1:00 today we’ll be discussing some of the interesting news of the week, including LMAS, bridges, new EPA regulations, the Big Four pedestrian bridge, and Judy Green.  Jon Murray of the Indianapolis Star joins us to dissect the strange case of a high school prank gone awry where an inflatable doll was mistaken […]