Byline

Politics
5:30 pm
Sat June 30, 2012

C-J's James Carroll Says Health Care Will Be Big Campaign Issue; Economy Bigger

Thursday's Supreme Court upholding the Affordable Care Act came as a shock to many, who expected the High Court to declare it unconstitutional. James Carroll covers the Capitol for the Courier-Journal, and he joined us Friday on Byline to talk about reactions to the decision. 

 

Politics
10:00 am
Sat June 9, 2012

$500,000 for Whiskey Row Draws Criticism for Metro Budget

Metro Mayor Greg Fischer presented his proposed city budget to the metro council last week. WFPL's Phillip M. Bailey covered the budget announcement and has been following reactions from council members, external agencies, and private citizens. He joined us Friday on Byline to talk about how the budget proposal has been received—including the controversial $500,000 for Whiskey Row renovations.

 

 

Arts and Humanities
5:36 pm
Fri June 8, 2012

"Pilgrim Song" Screens This Weekend in Louisville

The annual Flyover Film Festival is this weekend in Louisville. One of the films on the roster is Pilgrim Song, a film shot in Louisville, which tells the story of an out-of-work musician who decides to walk the entire length of the Sheltowee Trace.

Pilgrim's Song co-writer and director, Martha Stevens, and the film's star, Timothy Morton, spoke with WFPL's Erin Kean on Friday's Byline.

 

 

 

Local News
8:15 am
Sun May 13, 2012

Homicide at Churchill Downs Casts Spotlight on Backside of Track

The homicide of a Churchill Downs worker, 48 year old Adan Fabian Perez of Guatemala, the day after Derby has raised questions about the culture of backside work at racetracks.

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Politics
8:15 am
Sat May 12, 2012

Medicaid Troubles with CoventryCares: Summarized on Byline

Friday afternoon on Byline, Kentucky Public Radio's Kenny Colston spent some time explaining the dispute with CoventryCares, one of three new private Medicaid Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) that began business in the commonwealth last year.

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