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Aug 25, 2020

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is the first Black person elected independently to a statewide office in Kentucky. Now, all eyes are on the Republican rising star as he navigates the investigation into the Louisville police shooting of Breonna Taylor, whose death in March sparked national protests over...

Aug 18, 2020

The decade-long battle over the legality of slot-like "historical horse racing" machines has reached the Kentucky Supreme Court for the second time. business reporter Chris Otts breaks down the history of the dispute, the tremendous growth of the casino-lite industry and what's at stake now. Hosted by

Aug 12, 2020

We return to the new developments in the case of missing Bardstown, Ky. mother Crystal Rogers and her father, Tommy Ballard, who was shot to death. Sherry Ballard, Rogers' mother and Tommy Ballard's widow, talks about the emotional toll of losing both of them and, after four years, being on the cusp of answers. Also,...

Aug 7, 2020

WDRB's Fallon Glick joins the podcast to break down new developments in the case of missing Bardstown, Ky. mother Crystal Rogers, who disappeared nearly five years ago. FBI agents fanned out across Nelson County serving search warrants Thursday as the feds took control of the case.

Aug 4, 2020 sports columnist Eric Crawford joins the show to discuss the still-developing plans for college football, Louisville-area high school football and the Kentucky Derby.