Taylor Inman

Student Reporter

Taylor is a journalism major/history minor and a senior at Murray State University. When she's not reporting for WKMS, she enjoys creative writing and traveling. She loves writing stories that involve diversity, local culture and history, nature and recreation, art and music, and national or local politics. If  you have a news tip or idea, shoot her an email at tinman1@murraystate.edu! 

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Season three concludes with the story of Something From Nothing. Taylor Inman takes over the host mic and Justin plays the role of guest. 

Have a listen to hear the origin of the podcast. Justin also talks about how he puts it together. 

This may be the end of season three but fear not...season 4 is already in the works.

Matt Markgraf / WKMS

The Kentucky Department for Public Health and the Division of Water are warning summertime swimmers to avoid areas that contain harmful algal blooms. 

Taylor Inman / WKMS

The Calloway County Public Library Board’s three recently appointed board members voted Wednesday to rescind the decision to move forward with the proposed $6.4 million library expansion project.

Matt Markgraf, WKMS

The Kentucky Department of Education and Department of Agriculture is partnering to give high school students the chance to become certified agricultural pesticide applicators.

Legislative Research Commission Public Information

Republican State Senator Whitney Westerfield of Hopkinsville is speaking out against federal policy decisions responsible for separating children from their families entering the country illegally.

Taylor Inman, WKMS

The city of Murray should now be smoke-free. The City Council passed an ordinance Thursday night that prohibits smoking in all enclosed public spaces and places of employment within city limits.

https://bridgingkentucky.com/bridges/

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet wants to repair at least 45 bridges across west Kentucky over the next six years.

Governor Matt Bevin's official website

Kentucky’s Secretary for Economic Development Terry Gill was in Murray this week to look at how the cabinet can better highlight Murray State’s graduates. He spoke with WKMS about Kentucky’s workforce, right-to-work, federal tariffs and trade.

Attorney General's Office Website

  Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear said he will back legislation that requires commercial truck drivers to undergo training to help spot and report sex trafficking.

Kentucky State Police

19-year-old Tyler Jones of Ledbetter, Kentucky is being charged with murder after 15-year-old Payton Hurt of Boaz died Sunday night from a shooting incident.

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