Murray, KY – Through My Source, public broadcasting supporters are able to tell their own unique and personal stories about how public broadcasting serves as a source for information, entertainment and empowerment.
Lexington, Ky – Kentucky's Council on Post Secondary Education President says he plans to talk to legislative leaders and Gov. Steve Beshear soon about a cap on tuition increases at public universities. Bob King tells the Lexington Herald Leader he plans to talk to lawmakers and Beshear before the full council votes on a tuition cap proposal during its meeting March 5 and 6. Some university presidents say in-state tuition increases next year aren't likely to reach the 7 to 10 percent hikes most schools imposed this year.
Paducah, KY – The section of Broadway Street in downtown Paducah closed after a gas leak has now re-opened. There will be one-lane traffic between 4th and 5th streets until around 2 o'clock so Atmos repair crews can fix the broken gas line. Officials say the leak likely started after a forklift working at Turner Publishing hit the gas line. People who were evacuated earlier are now being allowed to return to their businesses or residences.
Paducah, KY – A Lone Oak parent is filing a lawsuit against the McCracken County Board of Education in hopes of halting the consolidation of the county's three high schools. Ed Riley, represented by Marshall County Attorney Robert Prince, filed the lawsuit January 26th. Riley says he's concerned about tax increases and decreases in the quality of education for his children.