Afternoon Update
4:31 pm
Fri April 6, 2012

Afternoon Round-Up 4/06/12

Today on NPR: Homelessness Becomes A Crime In Hungary

Kentucky Politics:

President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign opens its first Kentucky office tomorrow in Louisville with an open house.

Gov. Steve Beshear has joined a bipartisan group of state leaders to push for passage of a bill to put the attorney general's office in charge of the state's prescription monitoring system, known as KASPER, that can identify doctors who over prescribe painkillers.

Jackson Purchase:

A 10-foot albino python discovered in Land Between the Lakes Wednesday is the latest in the growing problem abandoned pets pose to public parks.

A lane restriction begins tomorrow for work on the US 60 Ledbetter Bridge.