Turbulence For Ky. Governor As Press Questions Plane Use, Plus More Top Stories
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is under fire for use of a state-owned plane. The state’s two largest newspapers are calling for more transparency on the issue.
Meanwhile, the race for Kentucky Attorney General heats up with a lawsuit alleging that the Republican candidate should be considered ineligible. And a Democratic official is also facing scrutiny. Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes saw her father convicted of illegal campaign contributions, and this week, authorities seized a computer from her office.
In Columbus, state lawmakers continue to push forward with proposed gun-related legislation.
Locally, hundreds of people who invested money in house-flipping opportunities may have been ripped off.
And WVXU is partnering with the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music to produce a radio production of Rod Serling’s 1955 baseball comedy, O'Toole from Moscow, which will feature the daughter of The Twilight Zone creator as studio announcer.
Joining Cincinnati Edition are Ohio Public Radio and Television Statehouse News Bureau Chief Karen Kasler (@karenkasler); Reporter Jo Ingles (@joingles); WCPO Investigative Reporter Paula Christian (@PaulaChristian_); Lexington Herald-Leader Political Reporter Daniel Desrochers (@drdesrochers); Courier-Journal Politics Reporter Joe Sonka (@joesonka); and WVXU Media reporter John Kiesewetter (@TVKiese).
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