City Investigates Overtime Pay, Autism Linked to Traffic Fumes, Kentucky Law Experts Recommend Death Penalty Moratorium: Today on Here and Now

1:06pm: Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is investigating the city’s overtime pay to Metro employees. The administration has found that about ten percent of the city’s workforce earned $15,000 or more in overtime last year, with some employees effectively doubling their salaries. The amount of money paid for overtime is in the millions of dollars. Some […]

State of the News

It’s Friday, and that means time to wrap up another week with State of the News. This week we’ll talk about the latest in the possible execution of death row inmate Gregory Wilson, whose execution has been postponed for now. We’ll find out what could be next in that case, then check in on Metro and election news. Then we’ll finish out the show with a look at child-related news – including the JCPS assignment plan controversy. Join us for a look back at the stories that made headlines and analysis from the reporters who covered them.

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Vigils Planned To Oppose Chapman Execution

Barring any last-minute legal rulings, Marco Allen Chapman will be put to death Friday at the Kentucky State Penitentiary at Eddyville. Capital punishment opponents have organized a series of vigils across the state that will continue through Friday evening. Mark Meade with the Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty is organizing an event in […]