NPR News Headlines
The novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, have already had an enormous impact on daily life in Kentucky and the world, prompting governments at all levels to respond. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear has been holding a daily press conference at 5 p.m. eastern to update the public on the commonwealth's response to the pandemic.
WKU Public Radio is looking for community members willing to share their stories on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their lives. Maybe you’re a business owner who’s had to abruptly adjust with increasing precautions? Or, maybe you’re a student adjusting to life away from the classroom? Your story matters, and here’s a chance to share it with the world.
WKU Public Radio Features
The Ohio Valley ReSource and its seven partner stations in Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia have mobilized to cover the coronavirus pandemic and the profound effects it is having on how we live in the region. This is an anxious, bewildering time, and we know you have a lot of questions. We want to help answer them. Ask your question below and the ReSource reporters will try their best to find an answer.
Become a Member Today
February's Lost River Sessions LIVE show at the Captiol Arts Center in Bowling Green was a special one. Fans saw local singer and songwriter Dax Evans take the stage, performing some heartfelt original songs. Meanwhile, Nashville artist, and former music therapist Kyshona, blessed the venue on the eve of her album release with new music.
Arts & Life
- With Fleets Of Planes, Artists Take To Skies Nationwide To Protest Mass Detention
- 'The Truth' Released In Theaters, On Demand After COVID-19 Delay
- D. L. Hughley: 'Everybody Knows' Independence Day Didn't Free Us All
- 'Fresh Air' Remembers Carl Reiner, A Legendary Writer, Producer And Performer
- Seamless And Moving, 'Hamilton' Streaming Works Stunningly Well