STATE OF AFFAIRS 03/04/11: The Louisville Metro Ethics Commission will hold a hearing this month on a complaint filed against Councilwoman Judy Green; Phillip Bailey joins us with the details. A skirmish between some Louisville arts leaders and Fund for the Arts chief Allen Cowan made the news this week, and we’ll also check in with the C-J’s Jim Carroll to find out what’s new in Washington. Tune in to State of the News for analysis of these and other stories. Listen to the Show
It’s the end of another busy week and that means time again for State of the News. This week we’ll find out how the World Equestrian Games have been going, check in on Louisville Metro news, and, of course, talk elections! Join us to hear the stories behind this week’s headlines. Listen to the Show
There’s a new duo in the race for Kentucky Governor/Lt. Governor as of this week. Furloughs are happening even as state workers file challenges in court. There was another meeting of the bridges coalition this week and the economy still seems to be stalled. It’s a big news week so join us on Friday for State of News to catch-up. Listen to the Show
It’s Friday so it must be State of the News time. Money’s on everyone’s mind right now, so we’ll get an update on the Metro and Kentucky budgets. There’s always news about the bridges project and the arena. Finally we’ll check in with Tony McVeigh, our capitol reporter, to see what happening in Frankfort. Join us on Friday for State of the News.