It’s time again for our quarterly visit with Mayor Greg Fischer. He joins us on the air on Wednesday, June 8th from 1pm-2pm. Do you have a question or opinion about the Louisville’s new budget, the future of Louisville Metro Animal Services, or other city news? Here’s your chance to ask the mayor. Call 502-814-8255 or […]
Just one pint of blood can save up to three people’s lives, and the need is particularly great during the summer months. We’re doing our part by inviting the American Red Cross into our performance studio for a blood drive – and we’re inviting you as well! Please save the date: Wednesday June 15th 10am-2pm […]
Thursday the WFPL News Department looked in-depth at the history of African-Americans in Louisville. A new book, Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History, reveals much of this history through hundreds of photographs. News Director Gabe Bullard spoke with the authors of the book, Mervin Aubespin, Kenneth Clay and J. Blaine Hudson, in the […]
A new book, Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History, tells the story of African-American life in Louisville, through hundreds of photographs. Today at 1pm, we’ll talk to the authors of the book, and ask you to call 502-814-8255 to share your own stories.
WFPL News Director Gabe Bullard hosted an hour-long program looking into the rising tuition costs at Kentucky colleges and universities. The guests were University of Louisville President Dr. James Ramsey, Jefferson Community and Technical College President Dr. Tony Newberry, and Michael Gritton, the Executive Director of KentuckianaWorks. The conversation examines the reasons for the rising […]