Local/Regional News
4:56 am
Mon December 8, 2008

Beshear - Mongiardo Accepting 10% Pay Cuts

Frankfort, KY – Later this week, Governor Beshear will announce how the administration will deal with a projected 456-million dollar state revenue shortfall. He warns his plan will require sacrifices by everyone in state government, and he and Lt. Gov. Dan Mongiardo will begin by taking ten percent pay cuts in the next calendar year. "It's obvious that this is not going to substantially affect the shortfall. But it's a symbol."

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11:12 am
Fri December 5, 2008

Beshear Offers Candid, Yet Positive Assessment Of First Year In Office

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10:59 am
Fri December 5, 2008

Two Kentucky Lawmakers Absent As Big Three Return To DC

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4:03 am
Fri December 5, 2008

Governor Beshear Laments Limping Economy In Weekly Radio Address

Frankfort, KY – Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear has made the state's ailing economy the focus of his weekly radio address.

Local/Regional News
2:59 am
Fri December 5, 2008

Beshear's Office Going Over Spending Cut Proposals

Frankfort, KY – Spending reduction proposals from state agencies and universities are pouring in to the governor's budget office. Governor Beshear will use the information to craft a plan for addressing a projected 456-million dollar revenue shortfall. After that, he will take his plan to the people. "I want to get out in some locations and reach as broadly as I can our people to explain to them what our situation is. And then, show them some of the options that we've got."

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2:57 am
Fri December 5, 2008

McConnell Weighs In On Auto Bailout

Louisville, KY – The leaders of GM, Ford and Chrysler have been making their case this week

in Washington for a $34 billion government bailout.

McConnell and his Capitol Hill colleagues will debate the matter when the lame-duck

session of Congress resumes next week.

(i haven't decided yet which course i think is best. one thing is not in dispute,

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5:55 am
Thu December 4, 2008

Singing The Praises Of Trees

Lexington, KY – Kentucky has long been described as a land rich in natural resources; chief among them would have to be the state's abundance of coal. But as Dr. Bob DeMattina from the UK College of Agriculture reports, trees aren't far behind.

Local/Regional News
5:36 am
Thu December 4, 2008

Energy Efficiency Expert Says KY Needs To Wean Itself Off Coal-Build Wind Turbines Instead

Lexington, KY – Glenn Cannon, is a past chair of the American Public Power Association and until recently was the General Manager of a Light and Power Company in Waverly, Iowa. Cannon says Iowa has tried to wean itself off coal-fired power plants, by building wind turbines. He thinks Kentucky could, and should do the same.

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4:38 am
Wed December 3, 2008

Beshear Remains Hopeful Despite Tumultuous First Year

Frankfort, KY – Staring Governor Beshear in the face when he took office last December was a 400-million dollar revenue shortfall. In the last year, things have gone from bad to worse and another round of budget cuts is pending. But despite all the gloom and doom, Beshear remains confident better times are ahead. "We can all get down in the doldrums and just worry about things as they are, but part of my job is to look at things as they can be and should be and help our people get there."

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4:12 am
Wed December 3, 2008

MoveOn.Org To Hold Obama Event In Lexington On Sunday

Lexington, Ky – The political action group Moveon.org is holding an event in Lexington this weekend in an effort to show support for President-Elect Obama while also encouraging him to keep his major campaign promises. Regional Coordinator Debbie Stoops says people are invited to come to Common Grounds Coffee House Sunday from 1 to 5 pm, sign a petition, and have their picture taken.

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