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Mar 31, 2020

This episode is an audio diary of a rally held March 28, 2020 by GE Appliances factory workers who were upset about having to return the assembly lines amid the coronavirus outbreak. The rally itself had to take on a different form in the age of 'social distancing.'

Background: GE Appliances workers decry 'ludicrous'...


Mar 25, 2020

How would Louisville handle a surge of critically ill patients stemming from the coronavirus outbreak? This bonus episode features our full interview conducted March 24, 2020 with Dr. Jason Smith, chief medical officer of U of L Health, one of the city's three main healthcare providers. 


Mar 24, 2020

WDRB.com business reporter Chris Otts discusses the anxiety many factory workers at Ford Motor Co. and GE Appliances feel about contracting COVID-19. Is 'social distancing' even possible on the assembly line? Also, hear from GE Appliances line worker Kenny Bratcher. NOTE: This show was recorded on March 23, 2020,...


Mar 17, 2020

Harrison County was the first place in Kentucky with a confirmed case of the novel coronavirus, and its small school district soon became the first in Kentucky to close amid the outbreak. WDRB.com education reporter Kevin Wheatley joins the pod to discuss his Sunday story looking at how Harrison County teachers and...


Mar 10, 2020

Before it was renamed Muhammad Ali Boulevard, Louisville's Walnut Street was once a thriving hub of black-owned businesses. Then came the wrecking ball: A 1960s-era policy called Urban Renewal. More than 50 years later, Louisville is still paying the price for the destruction brought on by this foolish and...