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10:46 am
Fri April 18, 2014

Byline Today: Louisville Settles Whistleblower Suit

This week, a whistleblower lawsuit against Louisville Metro Police was settled, the Kentucky General Assembly session closed and a renown education expert visited Louisville. We'll talk about these stories and more this afternoon on Byline.

First up, Kentucky Public Radio's Jonathan Meador will discuss what did (and didn't) pass in the Kentucky General Assembly's just-closed 2014 legislative session.

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11:50 am
Fri March 21, 2014

Byline Today: Kentucky's Senate Race, Investigating an Eastern Kentucky Power Plant Plan and More

On Byline today, we'll get an update on the U.S. Senate race, hear about how politics and misinformation pushed through a proposed biomass plant in Eastern Kentucky and much more.

Join us at 1 p.m. today.

First up, WFPL's Phillip M. Bailey will discuss this week's events in the U.S. Senate race, which included a Louisville reporter being barred from a press conference with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and a debate challenge from the senator's primary opponent.

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12:00 pm
Fri March 14, 2014

Byline Today: 'Ban the Box,' School of Innovation Finalists and Jim Lehrer

This week, Louisville Metro Council decided that the city and its vendors shouldn't ask about criminal histories on job applications. Meanwhile, Jefferson County Public Schools announced the finalists in a community competition to design a new school. And where was Sherman's March to the Sea planned, anyway?

We'll talk about these stories and more today on Byline.

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11:41 am
Fri March 7, 2014

Byline Today: Same-Sex Marriage, Joan Rivers and March Madness

The latest on the same-sex marriage lawsuit in Kentucky, political happenings in Louisville and statewide, and March Madness approaches.

First up, Kentucky Public Radio's Jonathan Meador  will give an update on this week's news from the state Capitol. I'll join in to talk about Gov. Steve Beshear's decision to file an appeal in the on-going same-sex marriage lawsuit.

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11:00 am
Fri February 28, 2014

Byline Today: Louisville Metro Council Issues, Same-Sex Marriage Opinion and More

It's been a bigger than usual news week in the Louisville area. Among other news, out-of-state same-sex marriage couples are, at the moment, recognized in Kentucky, we've heard details on changes at the Louisville's Air Pollution Control District  and questions were raised when a former Louisville prosecutor was charged with criminal assault two months after the alleged incident.

We'll hear about these stories and more today on Byline.

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11:53 am
Fri February 21, 2014

Byline Today: Kentucky Felon Voting Rights, Louisville Health and More

An effort is underway to improve health in Louisville, the Kentucky General Assembly makes a move on restoring felon voting rights and the latest on the Corvette Museum sinkhole—we'll discuss these stories and more today on Byline.

First up, Kentucky Public Radio's Jonathan Meador checks in from Frankfort on the latest in the 2014 legislative session. We'll also hear a feature on the latest action in the push to restore voting rights to felons in Kentucky.

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11:28 am
Fri February 14, 2014

Byline Today: Same-Sex Marriage Opinion, Love in Aisle 4 and More

This week, a federal district judge ruled that Kentucky must recognize out-of-state same sex marriages. We'll talk a good deal about that decision and its ramifications today on Byline.

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11:08 am
Fri February 7, 2014

Byline Today: Louisville Music Venues, Nye-Ham Debate—and What's With the Weather?

Louisville has gotten its share of winter weather, an event at the Creation Museum in Northern Kentucky drew national attention, and did we mention the weather? We'll discuss these stories and much more today on Byline.

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11:25 am
Fri January 31, 2014

Byline Today: Kentucky Primary Filing Deadline, Kindergarten Readiness and More

On Byline today, we'll take a look at the candidates who filed for offices in Metro Louisville and beyond, hear about kindergarten readiness and more.

Kentucky Public Radio's Jonathan Meador will discuss the happenings this week in Frankfort during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2014 session.

WFPL's Phillip M. Bailey will talk about the primary filing deadline for Louisville Metro offices, where 13 people are in the Metro Council's ninth district but Mayor Greg Fischer is facing just one challenger.

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