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.

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Kentucky’s Fourth District Congressman said he’s confident that his party will be able to pass the most sweeping tax code change in decades. 

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  The Bowling Green High School boys’ basketball team is being investigated for possible recruiting violations during the team’s recent state championship season.

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An Owensboro man is leading an effort to move a Confederate statue off the Daviess County Courthouse lawn.

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The Secretary of Kentucky’s Justice and Public Safety Cabinet says he’s thrilled with the impact of the state’s needle exchange programs.

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Kentucky’s Agriculture Commissioner is praising the announcement that China is ending its embargo on beef imports from the U.S. From member station WKYU, Kevin Willis has this story…

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  The Kentucky School Boards Association says its members will be watching with interest as charter schools open their doors as early as this fall. A bill signed into law by Governor Bevin this year will allow charter schools in the commonwealth for the first time.

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Western Kentucky University is renaming an academic building after a longtime Warren County lawmaker.

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul says he thinks China is the key to keeping the erratic North Korean regime in check.

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Kentucky’s Second District Congressman says he thinks lawmakers will need to have a greater say in any future U.S. military action in Syria.

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Kentucky once again ranks next-to-last in a national survey of well-being.

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