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MainStreet

MainStreet is WKU PBS's Emmy Award Winning local cultural magazine program spotlighting culture, arts, and interesting people, places, and things from all around the commonwealth of Kentucky.

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TopperTalk

TopperTalk is a weekly interactive sports talk show on WKU PBS. The 'TopperTalk guys' discuss all things WKU Athletics every Monday at 6:30pm CST.

Kentucky Outlook

Kentucky Outlook

Kentucky Outlook goes beyond the thirty-second sound bite to give a story the time it deserves. Hosted by Emmy Award winner Barbara Deeb, Kentucky Outlook offers compelling and informative insight into issues that affect us all.

Latest News from WKU Public Radio

Kentucky Senate Race Remains Tight, But McConnell Takes Small Lead

With just over three months to go until Election Day, Republican Senator Mitch McConnell has a slim, two percentage-point lead over Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes. 

The figure comes from a ne...

Whitfield Denies Accusations of Ethics Violations, and Says Nothing Wrong with '02 Property Purchase

Kentucky’s First District Congressman is defending himself against allegations related to a House ethics investigation. While the committee looking into the matter doesn’t comment publicly about wh...

Kentuckians From Both Sides Plan Trip To Atlanta For EPA Hearing on Coal

The Environmental Protection Agency will hold hearings this week on proposed regulations to limit the carbon dioxide coal-fired power plants can emit. Environmental activists and coal industry supp...

Fancy Farm Chairman Thinks 2014 Edition Could See Largest Crowd Ever

This Saturday the 134th annual Fancy Farm political picnic will feature thousands of pounds of barbecue, and even spicier political rhetoric. In addition, the event’s chairman anticipates this year...

Merits of Death Penalty Could Be Debated By 2015 Kentucky General Assembly

State Sen. Gerald Neal, a Democrat from Louisville, plans to introduce a bill in January to abolish the death penalty.

It’s legislation Neal has brought to Frankfort before. He tells the Messenger-I...