Kevin Willis

Kevin is the News Director at WKU Public Radio.  He has been with the station since 1999, and was previously the Assistant News Director, and also served as local host of Morning Edition.  He is a broadcast journalism graduate of WKU, and has won numerous awards for his reporting and feature production.  Kevin grew up in Radcliff, Kentucky and currently lives in Glasgow.

Phillip M. Bailey

About 100 Fort Knox soldiers are scheduled to return home Tuesday following a nine-month deployment in Afghanistan.

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The Western Kentucky University presidential search committee is meeting in closed session Thursday and Friday in Nashville.

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Kentucky’s public and private colleges and universities awarded a record number of degrees during the 2015-16 academic year. A report from the Council on Postsecondary Education says Kentucky’s higher education institutions conferred 65,829 degrees--a 2.7 percent increase over the previous year.

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The president and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce says last week’s elections make it much more likely the group’s top legislative priorities will pass next year.

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Five people have been arrested at Western Kentucky University after demonstrators began protesting the election of Donald Trump as president. Protesters clashed with Trump supporters Wednesday evening outside a residence hall.

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Federal and state investigators are continuing to look into a cyber-attack against a health care system in eastern Kentucky and southern West Virginia.

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Kentucky State Police and the Drug Enforcement Agency are partnering together in an effort to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs.

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A new study shows fewer Kentucky adults are delaying or skipping medical care because of cost concerns.

ART SMITH, EPA

Thousands of tons of arsenic-contaminated material have been removed from a site in Ohio County. The state dug up contaminated soil and replaced it with dirt and loose stones.

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Western Kentucky University is hosting training sessions for faculty, staff and students who are interested in reaching out to members of the LGBT community.

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