Kevin Willis (KPR)

Kevin is the News Director at WKU Public Radio.  He has been with the station since 1999, and was previously the Assistant News Director, and also served as local host of Morning Edition.  He is a broadcast journalism graduate of WKU, and has won numerous awards for his reporting and feature production.  Kevin grew up in Radcliff, Kentucky and currently lives in Glasgow.

Kentucky Downs

The owners of a southern Kentucky horse racing track want to expand their Simpson County facility and build a new one near Fort Campbell.

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The Office of the Kentucky Attorney General says one of the latest scams making the rounds in the state targets senior citizens and military veterans.

Owensboro is getting its first family medicine residency program.

The effort is a partnership between the University of Louisville School of Medicine and Owensboro Health and is scheduled to open in 2020.

The three-year program is expected to start with a class of six resident physicians and admit an additional six physicians each year.

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Owensboro is getting its first family medicine residency program.

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul says the White House needs to use a lie detector test to find out who wrote an anonymous op-ed published in the New York Times this week.

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A Daviess County pharmacist says the demand for Hepatitis A vaccine continues to grow in the face of a statewide outbreak.

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President Trump is promising a “big night” in Evansville as he prepares for what’s expected to be a standing-room-only crowd of 11,000 people.

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The Office of the Kentucky Attorney General says a scam making the rounds is trying to get business owners to pay for services that are provided for free by the federal government.

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Kentucky State Police investigators are looking into the death of a man who was taken into custody over the weekend by local law enforcement agents in southern Kentucky. 

Supporters of new marijuana laws in Kentucky are trying to get the word out about the positive effects they say cannabis can have on the state.

They’re holding an event Tuesday night in Henderson featuring information and speakers from several groups advocating change to Kentucky’s current marijuana laws.

Grace Henderson is the director of the Kentucky Cannabis Freedom Coalition chapter in Henderson.

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