WNKU Public NewsRoom Archive



NKU Students Produce Plagiarism/Copyright Infringement Film for Young Adults (2008-09-22)
Students at Northern Kentucky University are putting the finishing touches on two films designed to educate teens and young adults about plagiarism and copyright law. The project is being funded through a $9,000 grant from the Cincinnati Bar Foundation. WNKU's Matt Kelley sat down with NKU film professor Chris Strobel and project director John Schlipp of the Steely Library to discuss the program. Schlipp says the films are part of a comprehensive program...


Ohio Petroleum Marketing Association (2008-09-18)
During the Great Blackout of 2008, some tristate gas stations have been closed because they're out of gas. But the President of the Ohio Petroleum Marketers Association, Roger Dreyer, says it's not because gas is in short supply.


Thirteen Women Strong: The Making of a Team (2008-09-17)
NKU Literature Professor Robert Wallace followed the NKU Women's basketball team during the season prior to their Championship Season in 07-08. In other words, He watched "the making" of that team by coach Nancy Winstel.


Cincinnati Regional Chamber Reaches Out to Local Businesses After Windstorm (2008-09-15)
Hundreds of local businesses are without power after the remnants of hurricane Ike moved through the Tri-state. The Cincinnati USA regional chamber is making phones, internet access and meeting rooms available to affected companies at no charge. WNKU's Matt Kelley talked to chamber spokesman Chris Kemper about the program.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-09-15)
WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast Saturday, September 13, 2008.


BusinessWise for the Week of September 8, 2008. (2008-09-15)
WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast the week of September 8, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of September 15, 2008. (2008-09-15)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of September 15, 2008.


Real Life Real Estate Investing for the Week of September 8, 2008 (2008-09-15)
WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast the week of September 8, 2008.


Justin Townes Earle LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-09-12)
Nashville-based singer/songwriter and son of the legendary Steve Earle, Justin Townes Earle, stops by the studio to talk with Forrest Griffen and play some tunes LIVE off his debut CD, 'The Good Life', in advance of his appearance at Molly Malone's in Covington, broadcast on September 11, 2008. Find out more about Justin Townes Earle at http://www.myspace.com/justintownesearle.


Highway Patrols Increase Presence During Bengals Games (2008-09-11)
Fans attending Bengals' home games this year will be seeing more police on the road than ever before. The Ohio State Highway Patrol is joining forces with Cincinnati Police and Kentucky State Police to deter and intercept impaired drivers. WNKU's Matt Kelley talked to Lieutenant Randy McElfresh Of the OSHP about why they're stepping up the patrols.


KFC Improves Security Around Secret Recipe (2008-09-11)
One of the best kept secrets in America is the blend of eleven herbs and spices Harlan Sanders used to create the recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken. The handwritten copy of the formula is undergoing some security changes at corporate headquarters in Louisville. WNKU's Matt Kelley talked to spokesperson Lauri Schallow about how they're keeping the recipe a secret, and why they're making the changes.


Celebrating the Mill Creek (2008-09-10)
The Mill Creek Watershed Council is celebrating what the Mill Creek has become and what it can be. Executive Director Tara Maddock says the Mill Creek is much more than the concrete canyon you see along I-75 in Downtwon Cincinnati.


Fresh Art (2008-09-10)
The Behreringer-Crrawford Museum in Devou Park holds it's annual art auction called "Fresh Art." Executive Driector Laurie Risch says what else would you call art created that very day but -- "Fresh Art?"


Save the Delta Queen (2008-09-10)
The Delta Queen -- a national historic landmark -- could be drydocked on a technicality in the provisions of the Safety At Sea Act which ban wooden structure boats from carrying overnight passengers. Vicki Webster is with the Save The Delta Queen Campaign.


Saving the Delta Queen on Keep Antiquing! (Re-broadcast) (2008-09-08)
Frank talks with Vicki Webster, leader of the 'Save the Delta Queen' campaign, about the historic steamboat's uncertain future after Congress declined to renew an exemption to fire safety laws that bans wooden boats for overnight cruises, and he also takes listeners' questions by phone about their antiques, and remember you can send photos of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, originally broadcast 8/15/08, and re-broadcast 9/6/08.


BusinessWise for the Week of September 1, 2008. (2008-09-08)
WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast the week of September 1, 2008


Real Life Real Estate Investing for the Week of September 1, 2008 (2008-09-08)
WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast the week of September 1, 2008.


The Rise and Fall and Rise Again of Paul Brown (2008-09-08)
In his new book, Lebanon, Ohio author Andrew O'Toole tells the private story of the public football legend Paul Brown.


"Traitor" Movie Review (2008-09-08)
Movie Critic Craig Kopp explains why actor Don Cheadle is THE reason to see the terrorism thriller "Traitor"..


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of September 8, 2008. (2008-09-08)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of September 8, 2008.


Catherine Keen: Opera Star from the Bluegrass State (2008-09-01)
Kentucky isn't usually associated with the opera, but one of its biggest stars grew up in our own backyard. CCM grad Catherine Keen is from Fort Mitchell and she's one of the leading mezzo-sopranos in the world. WNKU's Matt Kelley caught up with Keen to find out how she became such a success.


Wildflower Myths and Realities (2008-09-01)
Did you know that poison hemlock is so toxic that just three leaves can kill you? Or, that four native wild grapes saved the wine industry in France? Thomas Barnes is the author of Rare Wildflowers of Kentucky and an extension professor with the Department of Forestry at UK. Barnes presents a program about the myths and realities of indigenous plants and their conservation. WNKU's Matt Kelley talked to Barnes about what's happening to our rare plants in the Bluegrass State.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of September 1, 2008. (2008-09-01)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of September 1, 2008.


Cincinnati Artist John Hauser on Keep Antiquing! (2008-09-01)
Frank talks with E.P. Harris, who is writing a book about American artist and Cincinnati native, John Hauser, and he also takes listeners' questions by phone about their antiques, and remember you can send photos of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on August 29, 2008.


The Best of Simply Money, Pt. 3 on Simply Money (Re-broadcast) (2008-08-29)
This week it's a third 'Best of' edition of Simply Money with recent nuggets of Nathan, Ed and their guests' food for thought on finance and investing, with an entertaining and informative approach as always, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on July 17, 2008, and re-broadcast on August 28, 2008.


Do All Dogs Really Go To Heaven? (2008-08-28)
Will your pets be waiting for you in heaven when you die? University of Louisville Communications professor John Ferre' is studying the question and talked with WNKU's Matt Kelley about what he found out.


Itch Mites Invade Hamilton County (2008-08-28)
The Hamilton County Public Health Department is investigating what's been bugging residents. Officials say itch mites are the likley culprit behind a rash of reports of unidentified bites. W-N-K-U's Matt Kelley talked to spokesman Chris Eddy about whether people should be concerned about the bites.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-08-28)
It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by fan favorite, Mr. Drew, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 27, 2008.


Speedy IT Solutions and Preventing Identity Theft on BusinessWise (2008-08-27)
Crystal and Tom talk with Randy Davis, Director of the IT Solution Center, about some of the Center's success stories, and how it works for buyers and sellers, then they talk with Ken Stoll, Founder & CEO of Entrust America, and Hirsch Wise, President, about the realities of identity theft, the best ways to combat this growing problem, and what to do if your identity is stolen, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on August 26, 2008.


Ben Sollee LIVE in Studio 89 (2008-08-26)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes cellist Ben Sollee to the Season Finale of Studio 89 where he plays a few songs from his new CD 'Learning To Bend', and talks with Michael Grayson, broadcast on August 25, 2008. Find out more about Ben Sollee at www.bensollee.com.


Farmers Almanac Predicts Harsh Winter (2008-08-26)
The new edition of the Farmers Alamanc is out and the predictions for this winter are harsh. WNKU's Matt Kelley talked to editor Peter Geiger about what's in store for us this year.


Is Kentucky Part of the South? (2008-08-26)
Because of its'geography and history, the bluegrass state enjoys the unique position of being considered as part of the north and part of the south. WNKU's Matt Kelley talked with State Historian James C Klotter about Kentuckys' identity crisis.


Japanese Students Experience Rural Life in Kentucky (2008-08-25)
More than twenty students from Japan visited Kentucky for few weeks this summer through a program sponsored by the 4H club. Most of the students live in highly urban areas of Japan and embraced the opportunity to visit horse country. W-N-K-U's Matt Kelley spoke to chaperone Naoko Wada and her American host Cathy Kunkel-Mains about the experience.


Chad Harvey LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-08-25)
Lynnville, IN native and now Nashville-based musician, Chad Harvey, stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his new CD, 'Get Lit', broadcast on August 22, 2008. Find out more about Chad Harvey at www.chadharvey.com.


Mindy Smith LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-08-25)
Nashville-based singer/songwriter, Mindy Smith, stops by the studio to talk with Brian O'D and play some tunes LIVE from her first two CDs, in advance of her appearance at the Shouthgate House in Newport, broadcast on August 23, 2008. Find out more about Mindy Smith at www.mindysmith.net.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of August 25, 2008 (2008-08-25)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of August 25, 2008.


Saving Bethany Hall on Keep Antiquing! (2008-08-25)
Frank talks with Cheryl Bauer, author of 'The Shakers of Union Village' and a member of the Western Shaker Study Group, about the uncertain future of Bethany Hall, a 161-year-old Shaker meeting place likely to be torn down by its current owners, and he also takes listeners' questions by phone about their antiques, and remember you can send photos of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on August 22, 2008.


Whiskey or Whisky? The Spirit of Bourbon in Kentucky (2008-08-25)
Kentucky produces ninety-eight percent of the world's bourbon. But, do you know the difference betwen bourbon and scotch, or canadian whiskey? Food historian and author of the book "Bourbon: A Kentucky Tradition" Mark Sohn spoke with WNKU's Matt Kelley about the intricacies of the commonwealth's signature drink.


The Best of Simply Money, Pt. 2 on Simply Money (Re-broadcast) (2008-08-22)
This week it's a second 'Best of' edition of Simply Money with recent nuggets of Nathan, Ed and their guests' food for thought on finance and investing, with an entertaining and informative approach as always, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on July 10, 2008, and re-broadcast on August 21, 2008.


'Trash Flow' on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-08-21)
Vena talks with repeat Real Life Real Estate guest, Jim Shapiro, about how to buy and manage cheap, high cash-flow properties, also known as 'trash flow', and take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 20, 2008.


Branding YOU and Business Aspects of Non-Profits on BusinessWise (2008-08-20)
Crystal and Tom talk with Jeff Seeley, CEO of Carew International, about how WE are the strategic advantage of our companies, and how we can make the most out of our talents, turning ourselves into unique and vital brands, then talk with Pastor Wendell Mettey, of Matthew 25: Ministries, about the challenges non-profit entities face and how he has found ways to benefit those in need and companies at home, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on August 19, 2008.


"Get Healthy, Get Happy" (2008-08-20)
Olympic Marathoner Julie Isphording has a new book, "Get Healthy, Get Happy," is which she explains how you get get fit without an Olympian effort.


Environmentally Friendly School (2008-08-20)
The Brand New Pleasant Ridge Montessori School in the Cincinnati Public School System is the first public school in Ohio to achieve environmentally-friendly LEED certification. Steve Hirschberg toured the school with lead architect Charlie Jahnigen.


Wild Carrot and their Roots Band LIVE in Studio 89 (2008-08-19)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Cincinnati's own, Wild Carrot and their Roots Band, to Studio 89 where they plays a few songs from their diverse repertoire, and talk with John Patrick, broadcast on August 18, 2008. Find out more about Wild Carrot at www.wildcarrot.net.


Fernald Nature Preserve Opens to the Public (2008-08-19)
For decades "Fernald" has been synonymous with toxic waste. The U.S. Department of Energys' Office of Legacy Management is trying to change that. The Fernald Nature Preserve and Visitors Center is open to the public. W-N-K-U's Matt Kelley talked to spokesperson Jane Powell about what's happening there.


Saving the Delta Queen on Keep Antiquing! (2008-08-18)
Frank talks with Vicki Webster, leader of the 'Save the Delta Queen' campaign, about the historic steamboat's uncertain future after Congress declined to renew an exemption to fire safety laws that bans wooden boats for overnight cruises, and he also takes listeners' questions by phone about their antiques, and remember you can send photos of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on August 15, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of August 18, 2008 (2008-08-18)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of August 18, 2008.


The Best of Simply Money, Pt. 1 on Simply Money (Re-broadcast) (2008-08-15)
This week it's a 'Best of' edition of Simply Money with recent nuggets of Nathan, Ed and their guests' food for thought on finance and investing, with an entertaining and informative approach as always, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on July 3, 2008, and re-broadcast on August 14, 2008.


Summer of Love 2 (2008-08-15)
Steve Helwig of the band Haymarket Riot talks about the second reunion concert of 60's Cincinnati rock bands, including the Lemon Pipers and Sacred Mushroom.


Private Lending Made Easy on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-08-14)
Vena talks with full-time real estate investor and private lending expert, Alan Cowgill, about the secrets of getting private money from private lenders, and take listeners' questions, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 13, 2008.


Highland Heights Police Purchase Segways for Patrols (2008-08-14)
The Highland Heights Police Department is covering ground more quickly and quietly than ever before with their new segway patrols. Segways are two-wheeled, battery powered vehicles that allow the rider to stand and control the motion by shifting his or her weight. Chief Carl Mullen says they're not only high profile, they save the department money on gas too. WNKU's Matt Kelley caught up with the chief for a demonstration.


"Above the 37th Parallel (2008-08-14)
Nancy Jones is an MS sufferer who has chronicled her life in a one-womanpolay called "Above the 37th Parallel" that will be presented September 12 and 13 at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center. The title refers to the statistical oddity that there are more MS cases above the 37th parallel than below it.


Camp Washington Improves the Neighborhood One House at a Time (2008-08-14)
The housing and mortgage crisis has people acroos the country searching for ways to upgrade and improve their neighborhoods. That's something the Camp Washington Community Board has been doing for more than thirty years. They buy run-down dilapidated homes, renovate them and resell them for a fair market price. WNKU's Matt Kelley visited Board president Paul Rudemiller at the site of their latest renovation to learn more about the program.


Energy Musings and Government Representation on BusinessWise (2008-08-13)
Crystal and Tom talk with Sandra Meyer, President of Duke Energy Ohio and Duke Energy Kentucky, about Duke's role in attracting and retaining business to help foster economic development, Ohio's new state energy law, climate change, and energy cost projections; then they talk with Chip Gerhardt, President and Founder of Government Strategy Group, about the lobbying business and the levels of government GSG interacts with, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on August 12, 2008.


High Natural Gas Price Warning (2008-08-12)
The Kentucky Public Utilities Commission is advising homeowners to winterproof their homes in anticipation of higher natural gas prices this winter.


Mike Farris LIVE in Studio 89 (2008-08-12)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes former lead guitarist and vocalist for The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies AND Double Trouble, Mike Farris, from Nashville to Studio 89 where he plays a few songs from his latest CD 'Salvation in Lights', and talks with Pam Temple, broadcast on August 11, 2008. Find out more about Mike Farris at mikefarrismusic.net.


Antique Jewelry on Keep Antiquing! (2008-08-11)
Frank talks with Charlie Cleves, owner of Cleves and Lonnemann Jewelers in Bellevue, KY, about antique jewelry and the history of his shop, and also takes listeners' questions by phone about their antiques, and remember you can send photos of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and Frank will choose pictures to discuss, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on August 8, 2008.


"Police Begin Nationwide Crackdown on Drunk Drivers" (2008-08-11)
A nationwide effort to get drunk drivers off the road begins August 15th. Bille Johnson of the Office of Highway Safety spoke to WNKU's Matt Kelley about the campaign.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of August 11, 2008 (2008-08-11)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of August 11, 2008.


Mr. Brown LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-08-11)
Members of Austin, TX band, Mr. Brown, stop by the studio to talk with Jeff Eads and play some tunes LIVE off their latest CD, 'Boderation' in advance of their appearance at the Midwest Summer Jam at Annie's Nightclub, broadcast on August 9, 2008. Find out more about Mr. Brown at www.digmrbrown.com.


The Cat Mary LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-08-08)
The Cat Mary stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off their new CD, 'Pissants & Pilgrims and Vagrants & Victims', on their way from Knoxville to New York, broadcast on August 7, 2008. Find out more about The Cat Mary at www.thecatmary.com.


The Best of Simply Money, Pt. 4 on Simply Money (2008-08-08)
This week it's a fourth 'Best of' edition of Simply Money with recent nuggets of Nathan, Ed and their guests' food for thought on finance and investing, with an entertaining and informative approach as always, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on August 8, 2008.


Kentucky Artist to Exhibit Sculpture in Beijing as part of Chinese Biennial Celebration (2008-08-07)
Louisville painter and scultor Brad White will exhibit "Salextension" in Beijing as part of the Chinese Biennial Celebration. Despite shipping problems the piece is ready for display.


Local Bowler Wins Teen Masters Tournament (2008-08-07)
Local bowler Joe Imholte is celebrating his recent win at the Teen Masters bowling tournament in Las Vegas. W-N-K-U's Matt Kelley talked to him about being a champion.


Question and Answer Week: Special Edition on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-08-07)
Vena is joined by special guest, Mr. Drew, for a special installment of Question and Answer Week, and they take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 6, 2008.


MYKUWorld.com (2008-08-06)
A new social networking site asks its users to communicate in four line free verse it calls MYKU.


Going Public and Funding College on BusinessWise (2008-08-06)
Crystal and Tom talk with Mike Baritot and Mike Capone, CPAs and partners in Grant Thornton's Tax and Audit Departments, respectively, about some of the things you need to think about when you are considering options for expansion or pulling equity out of your company; then talk with Wayne Lippert, Jr. Manager of Truepath Financial, a division of Truepoint, Inc., about strategies to ensure your child is able to afford school when the time comes, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on August 5, 2008.


The Tillers LIVE in Studio 89 (2008-08-05)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes locals, The Tillers, to Studio 89 where they bring their unique and updated sound to some ole-time tunes and play a few off their new CD 'Ludlow Street Rag', and talk with Pam Temple, broadcast on August 4, 2008. Find out more about The Tillers at www.myspace.com/thetillersthree.


"The Rule of Hats" is a children's book about the importance of diversity (2008-08-05)
Local author Amy McDuffie and illustrator Scott Stauber discuss their recent collaboration on the children's book "The Rule of Hats" with WNKU's Matt Kelley


The Truman Presidential Library on Keep Antiquing! (Re-broadcast) (2008-08-04)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, then talk to Ray Geselbracht, Special Assistant to the Director of the Truman Presidential Library, about the library, museum, & the former president; and you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, re-broadcast on August 1, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of August 4, 2008 (2008-08-04)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of August 4, 2008.


Financial Planning From Basic To Sophisticated on Simply Money (Re-broadcast) (2008-08-01)
Nathan and Ed offer some sage and timeless advice on financial planning in Simply Money language, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on September 6, 2007 and re-broadcast on July 31, 2008.


Survival Courses Offered at Big Bone Lick State Park (2008-08-01)
What would you do if ou were separated fro your camping group, or got lost hiking. Naturalist Todd Young teaches people how to survive in the wilderness without modern conveniences. WNKU's Matt Kelley spoke to young about his"Lick the Wild" survival classes.


Peter Frampton Part One (2008-07-31)
Peter Frampton -- who now lives in Cincinnati -- talks about teaching actors how to be rock and rollers, finally winning a Grammy for his instrumental album "Fingerprints" and how he jsut can't see himself retiring.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing (Re-broadcast) (2008-07-31)
It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by fan favorite, Mr. Drew, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, originally broadcast on April 30, 2008, and re-broadcast on July 30, 2008.


Peter Frampton Part Two (2008-07-31)
Peter Frampton -- who now lives in Cincinnati to be close to his wife's family -- talks about the downside to "Frampton Comes Alive," the creative process and -- appearing in a Geico commercial.


Transforming Downtown and Before You Say 'I DO' on BusinessWise (2008-07-30)
Crystal and Tom talk with David Ginsburg, President & CEO of Downtown Cincinnati Inc. (DCI), and Patricia Smitson, DCI's Board Chair, about how downtown Cincinnati has evolved over the past few years, and then talk with Barbara Howard, a Family Relations attorney and President-Elect of the Ohio Bar Association, about what you should consider both before and after you tie the knot to help keep your marriage focused on building a solid partnership, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on July 29, 2008.


Bank of Kentucky Center Nears Completion (2008-07-29)
After years of planning and construction, the Bank of Kentucky Center on the campus of Northern Kentucky University is set to open in August. WNKU's Matt Kelley spoke to General Manager Les Crooks about the new facility.


Screaming Mimes LIVE in Studio 89 (2008-07-29)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Cincinnati pop-rock outfit, Screaming Mimes, to Studio 89 where they perform some songs from their last CD 'Tragedy Comic', as well as some NEW material, and talk with Michael Grayson, broadcast on July 28, 2008. Find out more about Screaming Mimes at www.screamingmimes.com.


Catalytic Converter Thefts on the Rise (2008-07-29)
The spike in the number of catalytic converter thefts across the tri-state has left people wondering what they can do to protect their cars. WNKU's Matt Kelley spoke to Trooper Rick St. Blancard of the Kentucky State Police about the crimes.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of July 28, 2008. (2008-07-28)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of July 28, 2008.


Antique Furniture Restoration on Keep Antiquing! (2008-07-28)
Frank talks with Allen Gentry of Fairfield Woodworks about antique furniture varnishing and refinishing, and takes listeners' questions by phone about their antiques, and remember you can send photos of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and Frank will choose pictures to discuss, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on July 25, 2008.


Examining and Explaining the Wide World of Credit on Simply Money (Re-broadcast) (2008-07-25)
Nathan and Ed examine and explain the increasingly complex and confusing world of credit, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on February 7, 2008, and re-broadcast on July 24, 2008.


Freestore Foodbank Power Packs (2008-07-25)
70,000 Tristate children qualify as chronically hungry. The Freestor Foodbank has come up with a wayto get some food to these kids to carry them through the weekend.


The Auction Method on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-07-24)
Vena talks with Chris Krimitsos, a Media and Marketing Specialist and Executive Producer of 'The Bleepin Truth' TV and radio shows, about the auction method of marketing for buying and selling property, and how he's managed to move properties fast for near full-market value, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on July 23, 2008.


Seasonal Allergies are as Tough on our Pets as they are on Us (2008-07-24)
Poor air quality, high humidity and soaring temperatures make it hard for allergy sufferrers to cope with summer. Imagine how much more uncomfortable it would be with a fur coat on. Dr. Jean Pritchard of the Fort Thomas Animal Hospital says that's what happens to our pets. W-N-K-u's Matt Kelley spoke to her about ways to combat seasonal allergies in our pets.


Love and Money on BusinessWise (2008-07-23)
Chuck and Karl, from the office of Cooney, Faulkner and Stevens, LLC, fill in for Crytstal and Tom as they talk with Mary Hurlburt, Director of Community Outreach for Consumer Credit Counseling Service and a Certified Consumer Credit Counselor, about strategies for strategies for couples to open communications about the touchy subject of money, and ways to ensure you & your significant other manage your money in a way acceptable to you both, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on July 22, 2008.


Zookeeper Appreciation Week (2008-07-22)
The U.S. House of Representatives has designated July 20th through July 26th as National Zookeeper Appreciation Week. WNKU's Matt Kelley talked with one of the keepers at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.


Tim Easton LIVE in Studio 89 (2008-07-22)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Tim Easton, from Joshua Tree, California to Studio 89 where he performs some songs from his last CD 'Ammunition', as well as some songs from an upcoming CD, and talks with Michael Grayson, broadcast on July 21, 2008. Find out more about Tim Easton at www.timeaston.com.


New York Times and Norhtern Kentucky University Partner to Offer Web Classes for Women Entrepreneurs (2008-07-22)
The New York Times and the Entrepreneurial Institute at Northern Kentucky University are combining forces to provide women entrepreneurs the tools they need to succeed in business.


The Taft Museum of Art on Keep Antiquing! (2008-07-21)
Frank talks with Lynne Ambrosini, Chief Curator for the Taft Museum of Art, about the Museum's history and their current exhibitions, then takes listeners' questions by phone about their antiques, and remember you can send photos of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and Frank will choose pictures to discuss, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on July 18, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of July 21, 2008. (2008-07-21)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of July 21, 2008.


The Best of Simply Money, Pt. 3 on Simply Money (2008-07-18)
This week it's a third 'Best of' edition of Simply Money with recent nuggets of Nathan, Ed and their guests' food for thought on finance and investing, with an entertaining and informative approach as always, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on July 17, 2008.


Rob Reider Remembers Katie Reider (2008-07-18)
Local entertainer and announcer Rob Reider remembers his daughter, local singer-songwriter Katie, who died on the 14th of July after a two year battle with a rare brain tumor.


John McCain NAACP Speech Part One (2008-07-17)
John McCain speaks before the national NAACP convention in Cincinnati


John McCain NAACP Speech Part Two (2008-07-17)
John McCain speaks before the national NAACP convention in Cincinnati.


How To Buy Pretty Houses With No Money Down on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-07-17)
Vena talks with buying 'subject to' expert, John Sousa, about making successful deals for attractive properties while putting no money down, and they take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on July 16, 2008.


Latonia Bait and Tackle Still Around After All These Years (2008-07-17)
After more than forty years in business, Latonia Bait and Tackle is still a destination for anglers.


Freedom Stories (2008-07-17)
Deondra Means spends his Saturdays at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center performing and educating people about the sacrifices others made to ensure the freedom we enjoy.


Charles Cross: From Gang Leader to Pastor (2008-07-17)
Charles Cross had been shot at and stabbed by age twenty. He turned his life around to raise his infant daughter after the death of his wife. Now he travels the world as an inspirational speaker.


Barack Obama NAACP Speech Part One (2008-07-16)
Barack Obama speaks before the National NAACP convention in Cincinnati.


Barack Obama NAACP Speech Part Two (2008-07-16)
Barack Obama speaks before the national NAACP convention in Cincinnati.


Strong Branding Gives You More on BusinessWise (2008-07-16)
Crystal and Tom talk with Matthew Fenton, President and Founder of Three Deuce Branding, about how to build a strong brand and then maintain it, leading to long-term business results, and with Kyle Natorp, part of the fourth generation leadership of Natorp's, about how he and Matthew approached developing Natorp's branding effort, how it has affected the business, and what the most challenging aspect of the process has been, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on July 15, 2008.


Josh Hutcherson (2008-07-16)
15 year old Josh Hutcherson of Union, Kentucky has quite the movie career going. He was starred with the likes of Robin Williams in "RV" and has starred himself in films like "The Bridge to Tarebithia." Hutcherson's latest film is "Journey to the Center of the Earth" with Brendan Fraser. WNKU News talked with Hutcherson on his cell phone as his family was driving out of town -- again...


Phil Roy LIVE in Studio 89 (2008-07-15)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Los Angeles based singer-songwriter, Phil Roy, to Studio 89 where he performs some songs from his latest CD 'The Great Longing' and talks with Pam Temple, broadcast on July 14, 2008. Find out more about Phil Roy at www.philroy.com.


A Retrospective Review of Classic Music and Movies on Keep Antiquing! (2008-07-14)
Frank and Bob offer a retrospective review of classic music from the likes of Frank Sinatra, James Brown, and Ray Charles, and the films 'Raging Bull' and 'Citizen Kane', on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on July 11, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of July 14, 2008. (2008-07-14)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of July 14, 2008.


The Best of Simply Money, Pt. 2 on Simply Money (2008-07-11)
This week it's a second 'Best of' edition of Simply Money with recent nuggets of Nathan, Ed and their guests' food for thought on finance and investing, with an entertaining and informative approach as always, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on July 10, 2008.


Appraisals In A Slow Market on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-07-10)
Vena talks with Steve Papin, Founder of Papin Appraisal, Inc., about the appraisal process in a slow real estate market, and take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on July 9, 2008.


Obscenity/Sex Offender Law (2008-07-10)
A Cincinnati woman has filed suit against the state of Ohio's new sex offender law, which would require anyone convicted of pandering obscenity to register as a sex offender. Her lawyer explains why they lawsuit was filed.


Reuse Center (2008-07-10)
A new Covington company recycles building materials in what it calls a 'green capitalism' operation.


New Image and Investment Mistakes on BusinessWise (2008-07-09)
Crystal and Tom talk with Ray Attiyah, Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Definity Partners, and Wendy Vonderhaar, President of Intrinzic Marketing & Design, about their transforming Ray's company, MMS, into Definity and what they see for its future; then talk with Scott Harsh, President & CEO, and Gary Price, Principal and Managing Director of Fund Evaluation Group, LLC, about choosing the right investment manager, and the changing market, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on July 8, 2008.


David Mendell Autor of "Obama from Promise to Power" (2008-07-09)
David Mendell, Chicago Tribune reporter, NKU alum, and author of the first biographical work to be released about Barack Obama spoke to Matt Kelley about the book, and Obama.


When Regents Rocked 3 (2008-07-08)
Northern Kentucky University's first dean of students Jim Claypool shares memories of Regents Hall rock concerts that featured up-and-coming future stars like Linda Ronstadt and helped promote the, then, new university.


Beverly Hills Supper Club Archive (2008-07-08)
It's been nearly thirty years since the fire destroyed the Beverly Hills Supper Club and killed moer than a hundred people. Northern Kentucky University will house an archive of artifacts from the disaster. WNKU's Matt Kelley spoke to Nancy Perry about the new collection


Yellow: Race In America Beyond Black and White (2008-07-08)
Dr. Frank Wu is an expert on race relations, his new book Yellow: Race in America Beyond Black and White examines different shades of racism in the U.S. WNKU's Matt Kelley spoke with him about the book


The Cincinnati Pops is Headed to Beijing to Perform at the Olympics (2008-07-08)
The Cincinnati Pops is the only symphony fro the U.S. to be invited to perform at the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing. WNKU's Matt Kelley spoke to Maestro Erich Kunzel about the trip


Cellphone Courtesy Month (2008-07-08)
for many of us the phrase "cellphone courtesy" is an oxymoron. An etiquette expert from Florida is trying to change that. Matt Kelley spoke to Jacqueline Whitmore about cellphone manners.


Hypermilers (2008-07-08)
Hypermilers use unorthodox techniques to maximize their gas mileage. WNKU's Matt Kelley rode along wiht local Hypermiling expert Jud Engels to get the story.


The James A. Ramge Civil War Museum on Keep Antiquing! (2008-07-07)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment and 'Classic Cinema' selection, then talk with Bob Clements, of the James A. Ramage Civil War Museum in Fort Wright, KY, about about the museum, and remember you can send your photos to radio@nku.edu, put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and Frank will choose pictures to discuss, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on July 4, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of July 7, 2008. (2008-07-07)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of July 7, 2008.


Solar Power (2008-07-04)
An Anthens, Ohio company is finding business is booming for solar powered homes and office buildings.


The Best of Simply Money, Pt. 1 on Simply Money (2008-07-04)
This week it's a 'Best of' edition of Simply Money with recent nuggets of Nathan, Ed and their guests' food for thought on finance and investing, with an entertaining and informative approach as always, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on July 3, 2008.


Fear Destruction on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-07-03)
Vena talks with Justin Ryan, national speaker and author of 'How to Make Hard Money in a Soft Real Estate Market', about how to destroy your fears, and they take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on July 2, 2008.


When Regents Rocked 1 (2008-07-02)
Northern Kentucky University's first dean of students Jim Claypool remembers when Regents Hall on the campus of Northern Kentucky University played host to lots of up-and-coming musical acts in the 70's -- like Pure Prarie League and Sly and the Family Stone.


Day of Dialogue (2008-07-02)
A Cincinnati group sponsors day to teach people of differing opinions how to talk with each other


American Screenwriters Association (2008-07-02)
The American Screenwriters Association movies its headquarters from Los Angeles to Cincinnati.


Riverspan (2008-07-02)
A sculpture sale and exhibition on a bridge over the Ohio river.


Kentucky Attorney General (2008-07-02)
The Attorney General of Kentucky, Jack Conway, in a wide ranging discussion of legal issues


City Beat (2008-07-02)
City Beat magazine founders say no to pressure to stop running adult oriented advertising, citing the First Amendment


Gas Prices (2008-07-02)
A Northern Kentucky University economist makes his predictions on where the price of gas will go -- and why.


Emerging Enterprises and Vision for the Future on BusinessWise (2008-07-02)
Crystal and Tom talk with Pat Longo, Hamilton County Business Center Director, and Steve Kimball, Principal of Emersion Design, about how their partnership has led to success for both parties, and Mike Hammons, president of Forward Quest, Inc., d/b/a Vision 2015, about exciting accomplishments over the past year, and where he sees the program headed over the next year, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast July 1, 2008.


Tommy James (2008-07-02)
The legendary pop rocker Tommy James of Tommy James and the Shondells has a classix american rock and roll story to tell.


Pink Dice (2008-07-02)
A novel about growing up in the 50's in Cincinnati has the author talking about Pink Dice -- and more


When Regents Rocked 2 (2008-07-02)
Northern Kentucky University's first dean of students Jim Claypool remembers when Regents Hall once played host to a number of up-and-coming musical acts in the 70's, like Loggins and Messina and Harry Chapin.


Paddlefest (2008-07-02)
The Ohio river is stopped every year by boats with paddles, the biggest event of its kind in the nation.


Lines and Spaces LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-07-01)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Cincinnati's own Lines and Spaces to Studio 89 where the duo performs their unique brand of classically-tinged yet contemporary boogie, and talk with Pam Temple, broadcast on June 30, 2008. Find out more about Lines and Spaces at www.myspace.com/linesandspacesmusic.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of June 30, 2008. (2008-06-30)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of June 30, 2008.


Antiquing on Vacation on Keep Antiquing! (2008-06-30)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment and 'Classic Cinema' selection, then talk with Ginger Dawson, Owner of Duck Creek Antique Mall, about antiquing on vacation, and also talk with Daniel Soules about 'Davenport's Price Guide'; then talk with a couple of listeners about their antiques, and you can send your photos to radio@nku.edu, put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and Frank will choose pictures to discuss, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on June 27, 2008.


Coupon Queen (2008-06-27)
Heather Tenney of cincymoms.com is known as "little miss know-it-all", and has been dubbed the Coupon Queen for her money saving prowess. WNKU's Matt Kelley spoke to her about her unique approach.


Elder Law and Medicaid on Simply Money (Re-broadcast) (2008-06-27)
Nathan delivers this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then talks with Ralph Conrad of Buechner Haffer Meyers & Koenig Co., LPA about elder law and Medicaid issues in Simply Money language, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on April 17, 2008, and re-broadcast on June 26, 2008.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-06-26)
The end of the month means it's time for Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing, and this week Vena is joined by landlording expert, Missy McCall-Hammonds, to answer listeners' calls and e-mails, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on June 25, 2008.


National Health Care and Real Choice on BusinessWise (2008-06-25)
Crystal and Tom talk with Tim Cappel, President of Humana Ohio, about why it's important for the government to step in and play a larger role in the health care system, plus key elements required to make a national health care plan successful, and they also talk with Dr. Derek van Amerongen, Chief Medical Officer for Humana, about how consumerism is good and bad in the medical field, as well as other health-related issues, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on June 24, 2008.


The Elders LIVE in Studio 89 (2008-06-24)
This week 89.7 WNKU The Elders from Kansas City to Studio 89 where they perform some songs from their new CD 'Racing the Tide' and talk with Pam Temple, broadcast on June 23, 2008. Find out more about The Elders at www.eldersmusic.com.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of June 23, 2008. (2008-06-23)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of June 23, 2008.


Retirement Planning on Simply Money (2008-06-20)
Ed delivers this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then talks with Chuck Rabe and Dennis Horr, Accredited Investment Fiduciaries, about 401k's and retirement planning, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on June 19, 2008.


Investing In Probate Properties on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-06-19)
Vena talks with Real Estate Attorney, Developer, Author and Speaker, Bob Diamond, about the complex but lucrative subject of investing in probate properties, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on June 18, 2008.


Real-Life Deals and Start-Ups In Our Region on BusinessWise (2008-06-18)
Crystal and Tom talk with James Zimmerman, a partner in the Business & Finance Department in Taft Law's Cincinnati office, about strategies and issues facing those in start-ups and growth companies, and use real-life examples to illustrate successes and mistakes, and with Mark Richey, Managing Partner at Draper Triangle Ventures, also uses real-life experiences to demonstrate how you can get venture capitalists to "show you the money", on WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast on June 17, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of June 16, 2008. (2008-06-16)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of June 16, 2008.


The Truman Presidential Library on Keep Antiquing! (2008-06-16)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, then talk to Ray Geselbracht, Special Assistant to the Director of the Truman Presidential Library, about the library, museum, & the former president; and remember you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on June 13, 2008.


Teddy Thompson LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-06-13)
Teddy Thompson stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his new CD, 'A Piece Of What You Need', in advance of his show at Molly Malone's in Covington, broadcast on June 13, 2008. Find out more about Teddy Thompson at www.teddythompson.com.


Factors Affecting Today's Economy on Simply Money (2008-06-13)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then discuss current financial conditions in the nation and the world, with an examination of the economy from a variety of perspectives, and a look at different aspects that influence the market, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on June 12, 2008.


Question and Answer Week: Special Edition on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-06-12)
Vena is joined by special guest, Mr. Drew, for a special installment of Question and Answer Week, and they take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on June 11, 2008.


James McMurtry LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-06-11)
James McMurtry stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his new CD, 'Just Us Kids', in advance of his show at the Southgate House in Newport, broadcast on June 10, 2008. Find out more about James McMurtry at www.jamesmcmurtry.com.


The Price of Gas and Homearama on BusinessWise (2008-06-11)
Crystal and Tom talk with Jeff Lykins, President of the Lykins Companies, about what our oil situation is, alternate forms of energy that are being considered, and what we can expect from oil prices in the future, then talk with Dan Hendricks, Executive Director of the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati, about the special features at Homearama this year and what you can expect if you visit, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on June 10, 2008.


The Seedy Seeds LIVE in Studio 89 (2008-06-10)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Cincinnati's own Seedy Seeds to the season premiere of this year's Studio 89 where they perform some songs from their new CD 'Change States' and talk with Pam Temple, broadcast on June 9, 2008. Find out more about the Seedy Seeds at www.theseedyseeds.com.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of June 9, 2008. (2008-06-09)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of June 9, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-06-09)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, and remember you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose a listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on June 6, 2008.


Current Market: Are Stimulus Checks Working? on Simply Money (2008-06-06)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then discuss current market conditions with an inquiry into whether the federal economic stimulus plan is working, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on June 5, 2008.


Jake Speed LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-06-05)
Jake Speed, of local favorites Jake Speed and the Freddies, stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE in advance of Jake Speed and the Freddies appearance this Saturday night at the Rivertown Breakdown at the Southgate House in Newport, broadcast on June 5, 2008. Find out more about Jake Speed and the Freddies at www.freddiesmusic.com and find out more about the Rivertown Breakdown at www.myspace.com/rivertownbreakdown.


Political Issues Related to Real Estate on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-06-05)
Vena talks with Charles Tassell, who has spent several years on housing-related policies specifically ranging from taxes to federal and local environmental issues and serving on several state, national and international panels regarding issues such as crime, lead, methamphetamine labs and foreclosures, about national political issues related to housing and real estate, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on June 4, 2008.


The Economic Climate and Adding Jobs on BusinessWise (2008-06-04)
Crystal and Tom talk with Dr. George Vredeveld, Director of the Economics Center for Education & Research at University of Cincinnati, about what we can expect from the economy for the rest of 2008, and talk with Jeff Berding, Cincinnati City Council member, about his thoughts and ideas about how to help Cincinnati stay on the right track economically, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on June 3, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of June 2, 2008. (2008-06-02)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of June 2, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of June 2, 2008 (2008-06-02)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of June 2, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-06-02)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, they talk with a couple of listeners about their antiques, and remember you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose a listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 30, 2008.


The Market By the Numbers on Simply Money (2008-05-30)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then look at the current market and the economy by the numbers and just the facts, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on May 29, 2008.


Bill Mallonee LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-05-29)
Bill Mallonee, formerly of Love Vigilantes, stops by the studio with his wife, Muriah Rose, to talk with Jenny Lynn and play some tunes LIVE off the latest CD from Bill Mallonee and Victory Gardern, 'Permafrost', in advance of his show at the Northside Tavern, broadcast on May 29, 2008. Find out more about Bill Mallonee at www.billmallonee.net.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-05-29)
Vena is joined by special guest, Jim Shapiro, for this month's installment of Question and Answer Week, and they take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on May 28, 2008.


Rocky Alvey and Friends LIVE on 89.7 WNKU (2008-05-28)
Rocky Alvey and some friends stop by the studio on the way through town to talk with Michael Grayson and play some tunes LIVE and promote their website www.muddysunshine.com, broadcast on May 27, 2008.


The Housing Market Today on BusinessWise (2008-05-28)
Crystal and Tom talk with Dan Hendricks, Executive Director of the Homebuilders Association of Greater Cincinnati, and with Andrea Lucke, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Lucke Homes, and newly named President of the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati, about the good and bad in the current housing market, and they also give a sneak peak at this year's Homearama, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on May 27, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of May 26, 2008. (2008-05-27)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of May 26, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-05-27)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, and remember you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 23, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of May 26, 2008 (2008-05-27)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of May 26, 2008.


A Look At the Market from Wall Street and 4-dollar Gas on Simply Money (2008-05-23)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's edition of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' then talk with Jesse Eisinger, Senior Writer for Conde Nast Portfolio magazine, about the market and the economy from a Wall Street perspective; then ask listeners, with gas climbing over the $4 per gallon mark, are we there yet?, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on May 22, 2008.


How To Flip Land on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-05-22)
Vena talks with Russell Ward, author and full-time real estate investor specializing in land transactions, about the secrets of investing in and earning money on vacant land, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on May 21, 2008.


Communicating Leadership and A Visual World on BusinessWise (2008-05-21)
Crystal and Tom talk with Jack Cassidy, President & Chief Executive Officer of Cincinnati Bell Inc., about what it's like to lead a company into the unknown, how he motivates employees, and what he sees as the future of wireless; then they talk with Brandon Faris, Creative Director of Zone Communication Group, and Ann Calcara, Strategic Business Catalyst for Seek Research, who explain various ways video can be used in the digital world, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on May 20, 2008.


Daniel Joseph LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-05-20)
Daniel Joseph stops by the studio to talk with Brian O'D and play some tunes LIVE off his new, self-titled CD, in advance of his show at Stanley's Pub in Columbia-Tusculum, broadcast on May 20, 2008. Find out more about Daniel Joseph at www.danjosephmusic.net.


Shakers on Keep Antiquing! (2008-05-19)
Frank and Bob discuss Shakers this week, from music to history to scary Shaker stories with author and storyteller, Thomas Freese, and they talk with a couple of listeners about their antiques, and remember you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 16, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of May 19, 2008 (2008-05-19)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of May 19, 2008.


Patty Larkin LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-05-19)
Patty Larkin stops by the studio to talk with Brian O'D and play some tunes LIVE off her new CD, 'Watch the Sky', in advance of her solo show at Molly Malone's in Covington, broadcast on May 17, 2008. Find out more about Patty Larkin at pattylarkin.com.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of May 19, 2008. (2008-05-19)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of May 19, 2008.


Examining and Explaining the Wide World of Credit on Simply Money (Re-broadcast) (2008-05-16)
Nathan and Ed examine and explain the increasingly complex and confusing world of credit, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on February 7, 2008, and re-broadcast on May 15, 2008.


How To Avoid Real Estate Scams on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-05-15)
Vena talks with Tim Jones, President of the Ohio Real Estate Investors Association, about how to avoid problems in your real estate business, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on May 14, 2008.


The Art of the Deal and Upscale Pets on BusinessWise (2008-05-14)
Crystal and Tom talk with Mark Reitzes, President of Huntington Bank, and Bob Coughlin, President of Paycor, about the Association for Corporate Growth's annual Deal Maker Awards Dinner and what it takes to be a Deal Maker Award winner; then they talk with Jeff Voelpel, one of the founders of Pet Spot Kennels, about growing the Midwest's largest indoor & outdoor doggy daycare with luxury boarding, grooming & training, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on May 13, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of May 12, 2008. (2008-05-12)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of May 12, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-05-12)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, talk to a listener about her antique radio, and remember you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 9, 2008.


Your Role In Economic Stimulus on Simply Money (2008-05-09)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then continue last week's discussion of federal economic stimulus rebate checks, and ask listeners how they will spend their checks, and how that will contribute to the stimulus effort, or not, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on May 8, 2008.


Self Storage Investing on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-05-08)
Vena talks with Scott Meyers, Owner and President of Alcatraz Storage in Indianapolis, about his successful strategy for investing in self-storage facilities, and answers listeners' calls and e-mails about self-storage investing, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on May 7, 2008.


The Hiders LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-05-07)
Members of Cincinnati's own, The Hiders, stop the studio to talk with Jenny Lynn and play some tunes LIVE off their new CD, 'Penny Harvest Field', in advance of their CD Release show at the Southgate House in Newport this Friday night, broadcast on May 37, 2008. Find out more about The Hiders at www.thehiders.com.


Living Our Dreams and Valuing Real Estate on BusinessWise (2008-05-07)
Crystal and Tom talk with Mackey McNeill, author, speaker, and founder of one of the largest woman-owned businesses in Greater Cincinnati, Mackey Advisors, about how to begin to craft the kind of life we want - the life of our dreams; then talk with Chris Finney, attorney and shareholder in the law firm of Finney, Stagnaro, Saba & Patterson Co., L.P.A., about what you can do if you find your tax bill outpacing the value of your home, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on May 6, 2008.


Shakers of Union Village on Keep Antiquing! (2008-05-05)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, then talk with Martha Boice, about a shaker building in Union Village that needs preservation, and talk to a listener about her antique plates, and you too can e-mail photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, then look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 2, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of May 5, 2008 (2008-05-05)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of May 5, 2008.


Shakers of Union Village on Keep Antiquing! (2008-05-05)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, then talk with Martha Boice, about a shaker building in Union Village that needs preservation, and talk to a listener about her antique plates, and you too can e-mail photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, then look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 2, 2008.


Mark Erelli LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-05-05)
Mark Erelli stops by the studio to talk with Brian O'D and play some tunes LIVE off his upcoming CD, 'Delivery', in advance of his free show at the Boone County Public Library's 'Live at the Library' concert series, broadcast on May 3, 2008. Find out more about Mark Erelli at www.markerelli.com.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of May 5, 2008. (2008-05-05)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of May 5, 2008.


Shakers of Union Village on Keep Antiquing! (2008-05-05)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, then talk with Martha Boice, about a shaker building in Union Village that needs preservation, and talk to a listener about her antique plates, and you too can e-mail photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, then look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 2, 2008.


Rebate Checks: How Will We Spend Them? on Simply Money (2008-05-02)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then conduct a listener sentiment survey about the first federal rebate checks going out this week wherein they ask, will it be spent, saved, invested, or used to pay off debt?, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on May 1, 2008.


Danielia Cotton LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-05-02)
Danielia Cotton stops by the studio to talk with Jenny Lynn and play some tunes LIVE off her upcoming release, 'Rare Child', in advance of her show tomorrow in Indianapolis, broadcast on May 1, 2008. Find out more about Danielia Cotton at www.danielia.com.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2008-05-01)
It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by fan favorite, Mr. Drew, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on April 30, 2008.


Helping Protect Your Company From Fraud on BusinessWise (2008-04-30)
Crystal and Tom talk with Gary Zeune, CPA and Founder of The Pros & The Cons, about fraud prevention programs both from the Pro standpoint (those who work to prevent it) and the Cons (those who have been caught committing it), and talk with Dave London, a former CEO of a $300 million bank, about how he defrauded his company and is now "paying back" by helping others protect themselves by learning to recognize the signs and pitfalls of fraud, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on April 29, 2008.


Rembrandt on Keep Antiquing! (2008-04-28)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, and talk with Dr. Benedict Leca, Curator of European painting and sculpture for the Cincinnati Museum Center, about their Rembrandt exhibit, 'Three Faces of the Master'; and you can e-mail photos of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing, broadcast on 4/25/08.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of April 28, 2008 (2008-04-28)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of April 28, 2008.


Local Businesses and Market Performance on Simply Money (2008-04-25)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', and talk with Steve Watkins, banking and finance reporter for the Cincinnati Business Courier, about local companies and their stock performance, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on April 24, 2008.


Strategies for REO Properties from Purchase to Sale on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-04-24)
Vena talks with Atlanta-based real estate investor and author, Andy Heller, about his unique, easy and lucrative method for purchasing, rehabbing and selling bank-owned properties, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on April 23, 2008.


Ryan Shaw LIVE on 89.7 WNKU (2008-04-23)
Ryan Shaw stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his new CD, 'This Is Ryan Shaw', in advance of his show opening for Van Halen at U.S. Bank Arena, broadcast on April 22, 2008. Find out more about Ryan Shaw at www.thisisryanshaw.com.


Mark Olson LIVE on 89.7 WNKU (2008-04-23)
Former Jayhawk Mark Olson stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his latest CD, 'The Salvation Blues', in advance of his show at Molly Malone's in Covington, broadcast on April 22, 2008. Find out more about Mark Olson at www.myspace.com/markolsonmusic.


The Credit Crunch and Dress For Success on BusinessWise (2008-04-23)
Crystal and Tom talk with Drew Collins, EVP of Lending, and Randy Rawe, VP of Commercial Banking at the Bank of Kentucky, about what's going on economically in the region and the country; then talk with Mary Crawford, financial literacy coach for Dress For Success, and Andrea Tortora, Managing Editor of the Business Courier, about the innovative philanthropy program, See Jane Give, which is designed to boost charitable giving in the area, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on April 22, 2008.


Julie Neumark LIVE on 89.7 WNKU (2008-04-22)
Cincinnati native, Julie Neumark, stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off her new CD, 'Dimestore Halo', following her Saturday appearance at Molly Malone's in Covington, broadcast on April 21, 2008. Find out more about Julie Neumark at www.julieneumark.com.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of April 21, 2008. (2008-04-21)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of April 21, 2008.


Tim O'Brien LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-04-21)
Tim O'Brien stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his new CD, 'Chameleon', broadcast on April 18, 2008. Find out more about Tim O'Brien at www.timobrien.net.


The Seedy Seeds LIVE on 89.7 WNKU (2008-04-21)
The Seedy Seeds stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off their new CD, 'Change States', in advance of their show at Earth Day and at the Comet in Northside, broadcast on April 18, 2008. Find out more about The Seedy Seeds at www.theseedyseeds.com.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-04-21)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, look at today's 'Classic Cinema' selection, talk to a listener about her antique radio, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on April 18, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of April 21, 2008 (2008-04-21)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of April 21, 2008.


Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers LIVE on 89.7 WNKU (2008-04-21)
Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers stop by the studio to talk with Michael Grayson and play some tunes LIVE off their new CD, 'Glassjaw Boxer', in advance of their show at the Madison Theater in Covington, broadcast on April 18, 2008. Find out more about Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers at www.stephenkellog.com.


Elder Law and Medicaid on Simply Money (2008-04-18)
Nathan delivers this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then talks with Ralph Conrad of Buechner Haffer Meyers & Koenig Co., LPA about elder law and Medicaid issues in Simply Money language, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on April 17, 2008.


Short Sales and Loss Mitigation, Pt II, on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-04-17)
Following the overwhelming response to the March, 2008 broadcast on this subject, Vena talks with Steve Dillon, a former loss mitigator who negotiated over 8,000 short sales, to get some clarification on short sales from the loss mitigation point of view, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on April 16, 2008.


Employee Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility on BusinessWise (2008-04-16)
Crystal and Tom talk with Tim Reilly, a Partner, and Dan Hoying, an Associate, from Taft Law's Labor & Employment Dept, about labor law, trends in employment discrimination cases, and managing employee relations; then talk with Deborah Macdonald, Founder of CORE Corporate Consulting, and Amy Scrivner, Director of Development for Cincinnati Eye Institute, about Corporate Social Responsibility and how companies giving back helps our entire community, on WNKU BusinessWise broadcast April 15, 2008.


The Hillforest Victorian House on Keep Antiquing! (2008-04-14)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, then talk with Dee Hacker, President of the Hillforest Victorian House Museum in Aurora, IN, about the history and interior of the house and a new acquisition by the museum, and remember you can e-mail digital pictures of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and each week Frank chooses one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on April 11, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of April 14, 2008. (2008-04-14)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of April 14, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of April 14, 2008 (2008-04-14)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of April 14, 2008.


The Wild World of Insurance on Simply Money (2008-04-11)
Nathan and Ed issue this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then discuss the secrets of how to save money in one of the single largest financial services purchased by consumers: insurance, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on April 10, 2008.


Ask the Attorney on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-04-10)
Vena talks with guest James Flax, attorney-at-law, who takes listeners' questions about real estate law and legal issues, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on April 9, 2008.


Investment Success and Empowering Women on BusinessWise (2008-04-09)
Crystal and Tom talk with Tom Paquette, a principal with the investment banking company, The Malibu Group, and with Dan McNeil, President of Apex Restoration, about the upside of investment capital and how diversification can help your business; then they talk with Charlene Ventura, President of YWCA Cincinnati, and Melissa West, a Magistrate in the Hamilton County Municipal Court, about the YWCA mission to eliminate racism and empower women, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on April 8, 2008.


Watercolors at the Taft Museum on Keep Antiquing! (2008-04-07)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, then talk with Tamera Muente, Curatorial Assistant & Exhibition Coordinator at the Taft Museum of Art, about their exhibition of American Watercolor Masterpieces from the Brooklyn Museum, and remember you too can e-mail digital pictures of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and each week Frank chooses one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on April 4, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of April 7, 2008. (2008-04-07)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of April 7, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of April 7, 2008 (2008-04-07)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of April 7, 2008.


Last Minute Tax Ideas on Simply Money (2008-04-04)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then talk with Al Pearlman, a Principal CPA with Burkhardt & Co., and answer listeners' last minute tax questions, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on April 3, 2008.


The Punch Brothers LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-04-04)
The Punch Brothers stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off their new CD, 'Punch', in advance of their show at Seton Performance Hall, broadcast on April 3, 2008. Find out more about The Punch Brothers at www.punchbrothers.com.


Buying "Subject To" on Real Life Real Estate Investing (Re-broadcast) (2008-04-03)
Vena talks with "subject to" real estate buying expert, Charlie France of getthedeed.com, and they discuss the intricacies of buying real estate "subject to", on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, originally broadcast on March 7, 2007 and re-broadcast on April 2, 2008.


Interview: Nancy Winstel, Women's Basketball Coach for the 2008 NCAA Div. II Champion NKU Norse (2008-04-02)
WNKU's Morning Edition anchor, Craig Kopp, sits down with Coach Nancy Winstel and talks about her championship team, their road to victory, and what it's like to be a champion!


Jobs For Youths and Managing Your Health on BusinessWise (2008-04-02)
Crystal and Tom talk with Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory about the 3rd Annual Mayor's Youth Jobs and Opportunities Fair and why this initiative is so important, and what employers can do to get involved; then they talk with Dr. Thomas Bosma, of Montgomery Dental Medicine, about the new Oral Systemic Balance (OSB) Therapy that can resolve problems caused by sleep issues you may have never suspected, and how to regain control of your health and, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on April 1, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-03-31)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, and answer listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on March 28, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of March 31, 2008 (2008-03-31)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of March 31, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of March 31, 2008. (2008-03-31)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of March 31, 2008.


A 2nd Look At the Economy from a Wall Street Perspective on Simply Money (2008-03-28)
Ed is joined by Steve Sprovach, Senior Vice President of The Financial Network Group, Ltd., and they talk with Jesse Eisinger, Senior Writer for Conde Nast Portfolio magazine, about the market and the economy from a Wall Street insider's perspective; then they take calls from listeners about whether the government should be helping out either financial institutions or homeowners due to the current crisis conditions in those sectors, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on March 27, 2008.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2008-03-27)
It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by fan favorite, Mr. Drew, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on March 26, 2008.


Less Than A Month Until Tax Filing Deadline on BusinessWise (2008-03-26)
Crystal and Tom, partners with Cooney Faulkner & Stevens, Certified Public Accountants & Business Advisors, and answer listeners' questions about taxes and offer tips on what else you can do to save this year, as well as what you should be thinking about to save in 2008, and remind everyone if you haven't filed yet, there's only three weeks to go!, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on March 25, 2008.


Kente Cloth Exhibit Opens At Freedom Center (2008-03-25)
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is welcoming a new exhibit today, 'Wrapped In Pride: Ghanian Kente and African-American Identity" showcases the cultural impact Kente cloth has on African-American society.


Mary Gauthier LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-03-24)
Mary Gauthier stops by the studio to talk with Pam Temple on the Front Porch and play some tunes LIVE off her new CD, 'Between Daylight and Dark', in advance of her show at Shake-It Records in Northside, broadcast on March 23, 2008. Find out more about Mary Gauthier at www.marygauthier.com.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-03-24)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, and answer listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on March 21, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of March 24, 2008 (2008-03-24)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of March 24, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of March 24, 2008. (2008-03-24)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of March 24, 2008.


The Economy from a Wall Street Perspective on Simply Money (2008-03-21)
Ed talks with Randall Forsyth, online editor of Barron's Magazine and a regular contributor to Barron's famous market-commentary column, about the market and the economy from a Wall Street insider's perspective, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on March 20, 2008.


Investing In Apartment Buildings on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-03-20)
Vena talks with Dave Lockhard, a Vice President with CB Richard Ellis in Cincinnati, about taking the mystery out of investing in apartment buildings, and they answer listeners' questions on the topic, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on March 19, 2008.


Spring Membership Drive 2008 on BusinessWise (2008-03-19)
Crystal and Tom make their pitch for public radio and BusinessWise on 89.7 WNKU, and answer listeners' tax questions, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on March 18, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of March 17, 2008. (2008-03-17)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of March 17, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of March 17, 2008 (2008-03-17)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of March 17, 2008.


Spring Membership Drive 2008 on Keep Antiquing! (2008-03-17)
Frank and Bob make their pitch for public radio and Keep Antiquing! on 89.7 WNKU, and remember you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on March 14, 2008.


Spring Membership Drive 2008 on Simply Money (2008-03-14)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and make their pitch for public radio and Simply Money on 89.7 WNKU, and share a bunch of helpful financial tips to help listeners make money and save money, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on March 13, 2008


Spring Membership Drive 2008 on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-03-13)
Vena and Drew make their pitch for public radio and Real Life Real Estate Investing on 89.7 WNKU, and answer listeners' e-mails, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on March 12, 2008.


Helping Others Acheive on BusinessWise (2008-03-12)
Crystal and Tom talk with Paul Cashen, a Business Coach who owns a Focal Point International coaching and development franchise, about proven strategies for increasing success in whatever you do; then they talk with Rob Groeschen, owner of Resource One Recycling, and founder and CEO of In Return, about In Return's mission as well as success stories of people who are now living functional, fulfilling lives, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on March 11, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of March 10, 2008. (2008-03-10)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of March 10, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-03-10)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, then talk with Chris Rose, President & CEO of the Rookwood Pottery Company, about a new Rookwood beer stein being introduced at this year's Bock Fest in Cincinnati; and also talk with Cynthia Amneus, Associate Curator of costume and textiles at the Cincinnati Art Museum, about the Museum's 'Masterpiece Quilts from the Shelburne Museum' exhibition, which opened last month, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on March 7, 2008.


Today's Market By the Numbers on Simply Money (2008-03-07)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then look at the current market and the economy by the numbers and just the facts, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on March 6, 2008.


Short Sales and Loss Mitigation on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-03-06)
Vena talks with Steve Dillon, a former loss mitigator who negotiated over 8,000 short sales, to get some clarification on short sales from the loss mitigation point of view, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on March 5, 2008.


Big Head Todd LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-03-05)
Big Head Todd of Big Head Todd and the Monsters stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off the new CD, 'All the Love You Need', in advance of their show at the Madison Theater in Covington, broadcast on March 4, 2008. Find out more about Big Head Todd and the Monsters at www.bigheadtodd.com.


Technology Growth and Cincinnati's Hipness on BusinessWise (2008-03-05)
Crystal and Tom talk with Rich Kiley, a venture partner with Blue Chip Venture Company, about why technology growth is so important and what we can do to spur this growth; then talk with Associate Director of the Cincinnati Business Committee, Eric Avner is Chief Advocate & Instigator of 'Soapbox' and Jeff Syroney, Managing Editor, about why Soapbox is important to Cincinnati; and with Todd Pfister, Chairman of this year's ACG Cup, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on March 4, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of March 3, 2008. (2008-03-03)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of March 3, 2008.


Kim Taylor LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-03-03)
Kim Taylor stops by the studio to talk with Brian O'D and play some new tunes LIVE in advance of her appearance at the Northside Tavern, broadcast on March 1, 2008. Find out more about Kim Taylor at www.kim-taylor.net.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of March 3, 2008 (2008-03-03)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of March 3, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-03-03)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, and answer listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on February 29, 2008.


Tax Season Issues on Simply Money (2008-02-29)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then talk with Al Pearlman, a Principal CPA with Burkhardt & Co., about tax compliance and planning and answer listeners' tax questions, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on February 28, 2008.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2008-02-28)
It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by buying 'subject to' expert, John Sousa, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on February 27, 2008.


Cincinnati Is On the Move on BusinessWise (2008-02-27)
Crystal and Tom talk with Ellen van der Horst, President and CEO of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, and with Cincinnati Mayor, Mark Mallory, about Agenda 360, GO Cincinnati, and the Streetcar Initiative, and get historical perspective on streetcars from Dan Hurley, Assistant Vice President for History and Research at Museum Center, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on February 26, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of February 25, 2008. (2008-02-25)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of February 25, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-02-25)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, and answer listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on February 22, 2008.


Jason Wilber LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-02-22)
Jason Wilber stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick about his latest CD, 'Lazy Afternoon', in advance of his show with John Prine at the Taft Theatre, broadcast on February 22, 2008. Find out more about Jason Wilber at www.jasonwilber.com.


Financial Planning From Basic To Sophisticated on Simply Money (Re-broadcast) (2008-02-22)
Nathan and Ed offer some sage and timeless advice on financial planning in Simply Money language, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on September 6, 2007 and re-broadcast on February 21, 2008.


Jason Ricci & New Blood LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-02-22)
Jason Ricci & New Blood stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick about their new CD, 'Rocket Number 9', in advance of their show at the Silverton Cafe, broadcast on February 21, 2008. Find out more about Jason Ricci & New Blood at www.jasonricci.com.


Understanding Wholesaling on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-02-21)
Vena is joined by speaker, author and wholesaling expert, Larry Goins, and answers listeners' questions about wholesaling, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on February 20, 2008.


Tax Savings Now! on BusinessWise (2008-02-20)
Crystal and Tom, hosts of BusinessWise, are also partners in Cooney Faulkner & Stevens, LLC, Certified Public Accountants and Business Advisors, and answer listeners' tax questions, to help ensure you keep as much money in your pocket (and out of Uncle Sam's) as possible, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on February 19, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-02-18)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, and answer listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on February 15, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of February 18, 2008 (2008-02-18)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of February 18, 2008.


Investing During Uncertain Times on Simply Money (2008-02-15)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and continue their discussion of the subprime lending crisis, the stimulus package, Fed policy, and investing during uncertain times, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on February 14, 2008.


Carrie Newcomer LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-02-14)
Carrie Newcomer stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick about her new CD, 'The Geography of Light', in advance of her show at Borders Books & Music, broadcast on February 13, 2008. Find out more about Carrie Newcomer at www.carrienewcomer.com.


Question and Answer Week: Special Edition on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-02-14)
Vena takes a back seat and hands the reins over to Mr. Drew for a Special Edition of Question and Answer Week on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on February 13, 2008.


Economic Turmoil and Optimism on BusinessWise (2008-02-13)
Crystal and Tom talk with Kay Geiger, PNC Bank's Senior Vice President, Regional Manager, and the first woman to head a major bank in the Cincinnati area, and with Mark Busher, Vice President and Investment Director with PNC Bank, about current market instability and reasons to be optimistic, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on February 12, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of February 11, 2008. (2008-02-11)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of February 11, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of February 11, 2008 (2008-02-11)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of February 11, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-02-11)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, and answer listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on February 8, 2008.


Will Hoge LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-02-11)
Will Hoge stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick about his latest CD, 'Draw the Curtains', in advance of his show at the Southgate House in Newport tonight, broadcast on February 11, 2008. Find out more about Will Hoge at www.willhoge.com.


Examining and Explaining the Wide World of Credit on Simply Money (2008-02-08)
Nathan and Ed examine and explain the increasingly complex and confusing world of credit, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on February 7, 2008.


Turning An Ugly House Into A Pot Of Gold on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-02-07)
Vena talks with Robyn Thompson, an expert in buying, renovating and selling single and multifamily homes for huge profits who has renovated and sold over 200 homes, about the secrets of buying and renovating real estate, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on February 6, 2008.


Lauren Dragon LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-02-07)
Ohio native Lauren Dragon, the Red Queen of Soul, stops by the studio to talk with Michael Grayson about her new CD, 'Mosaic', in advance of her appearance at the Madison Theater in Coveington tomorrow night, broadcast on February 7, 2008. Find out more about Lauren Dragon at www.myspace.com/soulfuldragon.


Market Outlook Following A Turbulent January on BusinessWise (2008-02-06)
Crystal and Tom talk with Eleanor Moffat, vice president and owner of Bahl & Gaynor Investment Counsel, and Robert LaFleur, also a vice president, about their company's investment strategy during this latest turbulent market cycle, and what the outlook for the economy is, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on February 5, 2008.


22nd Annual Arts Sampler Kicks Off This Weekend (2008-02-06)
The Fine Arts Fund's 22nd Annual Arts Sampler Weekend begins Friday and concludes this Sunday, February 10th.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-02-04)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, and answer listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on February 4, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of February 4, 2008. (2008-02-04)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of February 4, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of February 4, 2008 (2008-02-04)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of February 4, 2008.


Lee Rocker LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-02-01)
Lee Rocker, originally of Stray Cats, stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick about his latest CD, 'Black Cat Bone', in advance of his appearance at the Southgate House in Newport tonight, broadcast on February 1, 2008. Find out more about Lee Rocker at www.leerocker.com.


Translating An Up and Down Market on Simply Money (2008-02-01)
Nathan and Ed deliver their weekly installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', and try to sift through an economy still reeling from high oil prices, a troubled housing market, the sub-prime crisis, a stimulus package and interest rate cuts just to name a few, and for that they're joined in the studio by Bartlett & Co.'s Chairman Emeritus, William Friedlander, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on January 31, 2008.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2008-01-31)
It's the last Wednesday of the month and Vena is joined by Jerry Fink, of CJ Phoenix, LLC. and the President of Cincinnati REIA, for question and answer week, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on January 30, 2008.


What's Ahead For Our Region? on BusinessWise (2008-01-30)
Crystal and Tom talk with Hamilton County Commissioners Todd Portune and Pat DeWine about their ideas and visions for our region, and current initiatives and ideas to take our city to the next step and how they hope to get there, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on January 29, 2008.


The Faux Frenchmen LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-01-28)
The Faux Frenchmen stop by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with Brian O'D and play some of their gypsy jazz LIVE in homage to the legendary Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grapelli, whose birthdays were earlier this week, broadcast on January 26, 2008. Find out more about The Faux Frenchmen at www.fauxfrenchmen.com.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of January 28, 2008 (2008-01-28)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of January 28, 2008.


Louisville's Speed Art Museum on Keep Antiquing! (2008-01-28)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, the welcome Scott Erbes, Curator of Decorative Arts at the Speed Art Museum, to talk about two of their latest exhibits on Gee's Bend Quilts and treasures on loan from the Victoria and Albert Museum, and remember you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and Frank will discuss the antiques on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on January 25, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of January 28, 2008 (2008-01-28)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of January 28, 2008.


Conde Nast Portfolio's Jesse Eisinger on Simply Money (2008-01-25)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's edition of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' then talk with Jesse Eisinger, Senior Writer for Conde Nast Portfolio magazine, about the market and the economy, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on January 24, 2008.


Foreclosure Update 2008 on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-01-24)
Vena is joined by Mr. Drew to discuss what is going on in the current foreclosure market, why, and what opportunities there are for investors to profit, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on January 23, 2008.


Credit IQ and Identity Theft on BusinessWise (2008-01-23)
Tom and guest host, Chuck Stevens, talk with Mary Hurlburt, Director of Community Services for Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the Midwest, about using credit wisely and making the most of what the credit card companies are willing to offer; then talk with Ken Stoll, Founder, Chairman & President of Entrust America, and Hirsch Wise, Vice President, Corporate Training, about who's at risk of identity theft, and what you can do to protect yourself, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on 1/22/08.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-01-21)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, and answer listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on January 18, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of January 21, 2008 (2008-01-21)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of January 21, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of January 21, 2008 (2008-01-21)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of January 21, 2008.


Trying To Find Good News In the Economy on Simply Money (2008-01-18)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and then try to find a bright spot in the recent, ongoing gloomy economy, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on January 17, 2008.


Wussy with Liz Bowater LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-01-18)
Members of Wussy along with Liz Bowater stop by the studio to talk with Pam Temple about this Saturday's appearance at the Southgate House for the Rivertown Music Club's 'One More Girl On A Stage' series to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls, broadcast on January 17, 2007. More info on Wussy at www.wussymusic.com. More info on Liz Bowater at www.lizbowater.com. More info on Rivertown Music Club at www.myspace.com/therivertownmusicclub. More info on the Pink Ribbon Girls at www.pinkribbongirls.org.


Martin Sexton LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-01-18)
Martin Sexton stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his latest CD, 'Seeds' in advance of his appearance at the 20th Century Theatre tonight, broadcast on January 18, 2008. Find out more about Martin Sexton at www.martinsexton.com.


Why This Is The Best Time To Buy Rentals on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-01-17)
Vena talks with special guest Jim Shapiro about why NOW is the best time to invest in rental property, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on January 16, 2008.


Screaming Mimes LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-01-17)
Screaming Mimes stop by the studio to talk with Michael Grayson and play some tunes LIVE off their new CD, 'Tragedy Comic', broadcast on January 17, 2008. Find out more about Screaming Mimes at www.screamingmimes.com.


Economic Forecasts and Information Technology on BusinessWise (2008-01-16)
Crystal and Tom talk with George Vredeveld, Director of the Economics Center for Education & Research at the University of Cincinnati, about his expectations for 2008's economy, both locally and nationally; then they talk with Doug Arthur and Teri Slick of the InterAlliance of Greater Cincinnati, about the importance of technology in every career and also how the InterAlliance of Greater Cincinnati is working to retain IT talent in our region, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on January 15, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of January 14, 2008 (2008-01-14)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of January 14, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of January 14, 2008 (2008-01-14)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of January 14, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-01-14)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, and answer listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on January 11, 2008.


The Turkeys LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2008-01-14)
The Turkeys stop by the studio to talk with Brian O'D and play some tunes LIVE off their new CD, 'Every Night's The Same', broadcast on January 12, 2008. Find out more about The Turkeys at www.theturkeys.com.


The State of the Economy on Simply Money (2008-01-11)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then discuss the current state of the economy as we enter a new year, and ask listeners for their comments, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on January 10, 2008.


Credit Repair and Management on Real Life Real Estate Investing (Re-broadcast) (2008-01-10)
Vena talks with one of the top consumer strategists in the country, Tracy Ballard, about how to repair, manage and increase credit and credit scores, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, originally broadcast on March 14, 2007 and re-broadcast on January 9, 2008.


Top Stories of 2007 and Dealing With Holiday Debt on BusinessWise (2008-01-09)
Crystal and Tom talk with Andrea Tortora, Managing Editor of the Cincinnati Business Courier, about the stories of 2007, and to give her predictions for 2008; then talk with Mary Hurlburt, Director of Community Services for CCCS and a Certified Consumer Credit Counselor, about the painful holiday debt hangover most of us have and how to clarify your financial situation and identify appropriate options to meet your goals, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast January 8, 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of January 7, 2008 (2008-01-07)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of January 7, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of January 7, 2008 (2008-01-07)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of January 7, 2008.


Keep Antiquing! (2008-01-07)
Frank and Bob unveil this week's 'Musical Antiques' segment, and answer listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on January 4, 2008.


The 5th Annual Simply Money Awards on Simply Money (2008-01-04)
Nathan and Ed are joined by Steve Watkins, banking and finance reproter for the Cincinnati Business Courier, for the presentation of the 5th Annual Simply Money Awards where they announce this year's winners in off-the-wall, humorous categories corresponding to completely real events in the financial news, and of course they deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on January 3, 2008.


New Year's Resolutions on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2008-01-03)
Vena talks with Leadership Consultant and Personal Coach, Tim Schofield, about your toughest rehab: yourself, and about how to set and keep goals for the New Year, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on January 2, 2008.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of December 31, 2007 (2007-12-31)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of December 31, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-12-31)
Frank talks with Jack Dominic, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of CET, about the public TV station's new content on cetconnect.org, and remember you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on December 28, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of December 31, 2007 (2007-12-31)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of December 31, 2007.


Will Kimbrough LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-12-28)
Will Kimbrough stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his latest CD, 'EP' in advance of his appearance at the Southgate House tonight, broadcast on December 27, 2007. Find out more about Will Kimbrough at www.willkimbrough.com.


Looking Back At 2007, Looking Ahead To 2008 on Simply Money (2007-12-28)
For the last show of the year, Nathan and Ed deliver the year's final installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News, and reflect on the 2007 economy and prognosticate about what the economy may have in store for 2008, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on December 27, 2007.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-12-27)
It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by buying 'subject to' expert, John Sousa, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on December 26, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-12-24)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on December 21, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of December 24, 2007 (2007-12-24)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of December 24, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of December 24, 2007 (2007-12-24)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of December 24, 2007.


Mr. Brown LIVE in-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-12-22)
Members of Austin, TX band, Mr. Brown, stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off their latest CD, 'Boderation' in advance of their appearance at the Southgate House in Newport Saturday night, broadcast on December 21, 2007. Find out more about Mr. Brown at www.digmrbrown.com.


Housing and the Economy on Simply Money (2007-12-21)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' then pick up where they left off last week discussing the mortgage crisis, and look at the economy overall, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on December 20, 2007.


Housing and the Economy on Simply Money (2007-12-21)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' then pick up where they left off last week discussing the mortgage crisis, and look at the economy overall, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on December 20, 2007.


Housing and the Economy on Simply Money (2007-12-21)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' then pick up where they left off last week discussing the mortgage crisis, and look at the economy overall, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on December 20, 2007.


Ellery LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-12-20)
Justin and Tasha, aka Ellery, stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some holiday tunes LIVE to promote their new 3-song holiday EP, 'December Days', which you can download for FREE at www.ellerychristmas.com, broadcast on December 19, 2007. Find out more about Ellery at www.ellerymusic.com.


Using Your IRA to Invest in Real Estate on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-12-20)
Vena talks with Jeff Desich, vice president of Equity Trust Company, about investing in real estate with self-directed IRAs, and about advice concerning retirement accounts in general, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on December 19, 2007.


Using Your IRA to Invest in Real Estate on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-12-20)
Vena talks with Jeff Desich, vice president of Equity Trust Company, about investing in real estate with self-directed IRAs, and about advice concerning retirement accounts in general, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on December 19, 2007.


Using Your IRA to Invest in Real Estate on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-12-20)
Vena talks with Jeff Desich, vice president of Equity Trust Company, about investing in real estate with self-directed IRAs, and about advice concerning retirement accounts in general, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on December 19, 2007.


Downtown Dazzle and David Falk's New Restaurant on BusinessWise (2007-12-19)
Crystal and Tom talk with Mindy Rosen, Vice President of Communications and Marketing for Downtown Cincinnati Inc., about programs and events scheduled downtown this holiday season, including the Macy's Downtown Dazzle; then they talk with David Falk, Chef and Owner of Boca in Oakley, about his new Mexican restaurant downtown, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on December 18, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of December 17, 2007 (2007-12-17)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of December 17, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of December 17, 2007 (2007-12-17)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of December 17, 2007.


Appraisals for a LIVE Studio Audience on Keep Antiquing! (Re-broadcast) (2007-12-17)
Frank makes a special appearance before a live audience at Maple Knoll Village to appraise antiques brought in by audience members, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, originally broadcast on August 3 and re-broadcast on December 14, 2007. Remember to e-mail radio@nku.edu to send digital photographs of your antiques, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and each week Frank will choose one of the pictures to discuss on WNKU Keep Antiquing!


Should the Government Help Homeowners Adversely Affected By the Mortgage Crisis? on Simply Money (2007-12-14)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' then ask listeners to wiehg in on whether the government should be involved in bailing out homeowners who face losing their homes in the wake of the subprime lending crisis, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on December 13, 2007.


Year-End Tax Planning on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-12-13)
Vena talks with tax attorney, accountant and real estate investor, John Hyre, who answers listeners' tax questions and discusses year-end tax planning, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on December 12, 2007.


New Options For Payroll Services and Holiday Etiquette on BusinessWise (2007-12-12)
Crystal and Tom talk with Bob Coughlin, Founder and CEO of Paycor, about advances in the payroll service industry as well as what he sees for the future; then they talk with Marja Barrett, author, national speaker, trainer, and consultant on etiquette and social skills to top businesses, about tips for ensuring you make the most of holiday parties while not being labeled the "office bore" ... or even worse, the "office boor", on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on December 11, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of December 10, 2007 (2007-12-10)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of December 10, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-12-10)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on December 7, 2007.


Year-End Tax Planning on Simply Money (2007-12-07)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' then talk with Gary Mitro, CPA with Burke & Schindler, PLL, about preparing and planning for your taxes as the year ends, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on December 6, 2007.


Youth Entrepreneurialism on Real Life Real Estate Investing (Re-broadcast) (2007-12-06)
Vena talks with Jazz Brenton, the 15-year-old founder of teenrei.com, and with Ken Edmonds, who teaches entrepreneurship to young adults nationwide, about the very real potential of motivated kids who have that creative, pioneering spirit and business savvy, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, originally broadcast on June 6, and re-broadcast on December 5, 2007.


Year-End Tax and Financial Planning on BusinessWise (2007-12-05)
Crystal and Tom talk with Mark Wert, Assistant Business Editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer, and Alex Coolidge, Business Reporter, about new-for-2007 opportunities (and drawbacks), as well as the Enquirer's upcoming Year-End Financial Planning & Tax Edition, included in the paper on December 9, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on December 4, 2007.


Tim Krekel LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-12-04)
Tim Krekel, on his way back to Louisville, stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his latest CD, 'Soul Season', broadcast on December 4, 2007. Find out more about Tim Krekel at www.timkrekel.com.


Mieka Pauley LIVE in-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-12-04)
Mieka Pauley stops by the studio to talk with Michael Grayson and play some tunes LIVE off her new CD, 'Elijah Drop Your Gun' in advance of her appearance at Jefferson Hall in Newport tonight, broadcast on December 4, 2007. Find out more about Mieka Pauley at www.mieka.com.


Psychic Appraisals for a LIVE Studio Audience on Keep Antiquing! (Re-broadcast) (2007-12-03)
Frank is joined by humor advocate & ventriloquist, Barbara Baxter, and psychic-clairvoyant, Victor Paruta, for a pre-recorded program with a live audience at Maple Knoll Village, called 'Talking Antiques', and remember to e-mail radio@nku.edu to send digital photographs of your antiques, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and each week Frank will choose one of the pictures to discuss on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, originally broadcast on August 10 and re-broadcast on November 30, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of December 3, 2007 (2007-12-03)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of December 3, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of December 3, 2007 (2007-12-03)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of December 3, 2007.


It's Official, We're In A Correction, Now What? on Simply Money (2007-11-30)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then discuss the recent ups and downs in the market and the economy, whether the current correction is leading to a recession, and about how re-allocating your portfolio might be a good idea right now, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on November 30, 2007.


Ellis Paul LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-11-30)
Ellis Paul stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his latest CD, 'Dragonfly Races' in advance of his appearance at the Southgate House tonight, broadcast on November 30, 2007. Find out more about Ellis Paul at www.ellispaul.com.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-11-29)
Vena is joined by special guest, Mr. Drew, for this month's installment of Question and Answer Week, as they take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, and they check in with 'Unstucking' expert, Jon Goldman, to see how or if Mr. Drew has progressed in the previous three weeks, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on November 28, 2007.


The First 80 Years of Busken Bakery on BusinessWise (2007-11-28)
Crystal and Tom talk with Page Busken, President and CEO of Cincinnati's own Busken Bakery, about the history, management and marketing of his family-run bakery, and about the new book about Busken Bakery, 'Have A Crumby Book', by author and journalist John Eckberg, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on November 27, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of November 26, 2007 (2007-11-26)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of November 26, 2007.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-11-26)
Vena is joined by special guest, Mr. Drew, for this month's installment of Question and Answer Week, and they take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on November 21, 2007.


Rookwood Pottery and the Cincinnati Museum Center on Keep Antiquing! (2007-11-26)
Frank talks with Christopher Rose, President & CEO of the Rookwood Pottery Company, about the renaissance of Rookwood in Cincinnati, and with Scott Gampfer, Director of History Collections and Preservation Coordinator at the Cincinnati Museum Center, about the Museum's Rookwood collection, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on November 23, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of November 26, 2007 (2007-11-26)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of November 26, 2007.


Emerging Companies and Funding Start Ups on BusinessWise (2007-11-20)
Crystal and Tom talk with Bob Coy, President of CincyTech, and Rob Daly, Executive-in-Residence at CincyTech, about their their current initiatives and recent new investments in several emerging companies; then they talk with James Zimmerman, a partner in the Business & Finance Department at Taft Stettinius & Hollister, LLP, about common funding strategies for start-ups and factors a business owner should consider when evaluating funding options, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on Nov 20, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of November 19, 2007 (2007-11-19)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of November 19, 2007.


Looking At Social Security as the First Baby Boomers Start To Collect on Simply Money (2007-11-16)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then talk with Sue Denny, from the Social Security Administration, as the first baby boomers begin to draw from the system, as well as take listeners' calls about social security, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on November 15, 2007.


How To Find That Quality Tenant on Real Life Real Estate Investing (Re-broadcast) (2007-11-15)
Vena talks with Don Conrad, author of 'How To Find That Quality Tenant', about, well, how to find that quality tenant, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, originally broadcast on September 5, 2007 and re-broadcast on November 14, 2007.


Billionaires In Training and Revisiting Your Estate Plan on BusinessWise (2007-11-14)
Crystal and Tom talk with Brad Sugars, world renowned entrepreneur, author and business coach, about his current book and tour, his concept of wealth creation, and the commonalities among all of us that can lead to wealth; and then talk with Chuck Stevens, a partner with Cooney Faulkner & Stevens, LLC and a Certified Valuation Analyst, about year-end estate planning and business valuation, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on November 13, 2007.


Beer Steins and Rookwood Revival on Keep Antiquing! (Re-broadcast) (2007-11-12)
Frank talks with beer stein collector, George Hibben, and with Chris Rose, President & CEO of the Rookwood Company, which has developed a new Rookwood Beer Stein that will be unveiled March 3 at Bockfest and auctioned on March 4 at the Germania Society, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, originally broadcast 2/23/07, re-broadcast 11/9/07. You can e-mail digital pictures of your anitiques to radio@nku.edu, put "Keep Antiquing!" in the subject line, and Frank will choose one listener's antiques to discuss.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of November 12, 2007 (2007-11-12)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of November 12, 2007.


Financial Planning From Basic To Sophisticated on Simply Money (Re-broadcast) (2007-11-09)
Nathan and Ed offer some sage and timeless advice on financial planning in Simply Money language, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on September 6, 2007 and re-broadcast on November 8, 2007.


Unstucking on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-11-08)
Vena and Mr. Drew talk with Jon Goldman about being "stuck" and about how Jon helps people become "Unstuck", and Mr. Drew offers himself as a test subject, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on November 7, 2007.


Financial Literacy and Issues With Subprime Lending on BusinessWise (2007-11-07)
Crystal and Tom talk with Chris Henn, Senior Vice President and Retail Group Executive of Huntington's Southern Ohio/Kentucky Region, about issues such as subprime mortgage lending challenges, identify theft, the banking environment, and financial literacy, and also about Huntington's involvement in Accounting For Kids, a program to help teach financial literacy to students in Cincinnati schools, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on November 6, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-11-05)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on November 2, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of November 5, 2007 (2007-11-05)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of November, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of November 5, 2007 (2007-11-05)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of November 5, 2007.


Insurance and Annuities on Simply Money (2007-11-02)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and then talk about planning ahead, and specifically about insurance and annuities, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on November 1, 2007.


Chuck Prophet LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-11-02)
Chuck Prophet stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his latest CD, 'Soap and Water' in advance of his appearance at the Southgate House tonight, broadcast on November 2, 2007. Find out more about Chuck Prophet at www.chuckprophet.com.


Kim Taylor LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-11-01)
Kim Taylor stops by the studio to talk with Michael Grayson and play some tunes LIVE off her latest CD, 'I Feel Like A Fading Light' in advance of her appearance at the Southgate House this Sunday, November 4 opening for Josh Ritter, broadcast on November 1, 2007. Find out more about Kim Taylor at www.kim-taylor.net.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-11-01)
Vena is joined by special guest, Mr. Drew, for this month's installment of Question and Answer Week, and they take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on October 31, 2007.


Successful Small Businesses and Retirement Options on BusinessWise (2007-10-31)
Crystal and Tom talk with David Leopold, founder of Dreaming with Entrepreneurs, about what he sees as the future for small business in the U.S., then they talk with Tom Simons, Vice President of Investments and Trust, and Ed Morrow, Regional Estate and Trust Consultant, both with KeyBank, about retirement options and concerns most people have when it comes to their retirement planning, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on October 30, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of October 29, 2007 (2007-10-29)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of October 29, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of October 29, 2007 (2007-10-29)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of October 29, 2007.


The Psychic-Clairvoyant Aspect of Antiques on Keep Antiquing! (2007-10-29)
Frank welcomes back psychic-clairvoyant, Victor Paruta, to the program to talk about antiques from his unique perspective, and takes listeners' phone calls, and remember to e-mail radio@nku.edu to send digital photographs of your antiques, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and each week Frank will choose one of the pictures to discuss on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on October 26, 2007.


Jonatha Brooke LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-10-26)
Jonatha Brooke stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off her latest CD, 'Careful What You Wish For', broadcast on October 25, 2007. Find out more about Jonatha Brooke at www.jonathabrooke.com.


Conde Nast Portfolio's Jesse Eisinger on Simply Money (2007-10-26)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's edition of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' then talk with Jesse Eisinger, Senior Writer for Conde Nast Portfolio magazine, about the market and the economy, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on October 25, 2007.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-10-25)
Due to technical difficulties, Vena's scheduled guest, John Goldman, expert on 'Unstucking' was unable to join this week's show. He will be re-schedluded. Vena instead conducted an impromptu Question and Answer Week and took listeners' questions by e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on October 24, 2007.


White Collar Crime and Franchising Secrets on BusinessWise (2007-10-24)
Crystal and Tom talk with Ralph Kohnen, Partner with Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, and chair of the firm's white collar crime practice, about the ins and outs of white collar crime investigation; then they'll talk with Craig Dunaway, President of Penn Station East Coast Subs, about why to choose a franchise versus setting up shop on your own, and what the secret to success is in a franchised business, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on October 23, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of October 22, 2007 (2007-10-22)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of October 22, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-10-22)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on October 19, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of October 22, 2007 (2007-10-22)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of October 22, 2007.


The 20th Anniversary of 'Black Monday' on Simply Money (2007-10-19)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and talk about the 20th Anniversary of October 19, 1987 - Black Monday - and whether or not it could happen again, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on October 18, 2007.


Tommy Emmanuel LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-10-19)
Tommy Emmanuel stops by the studio to talk with Michael Grayson and play some tunes LIVE off his latest CD, 'The Mystery', broadcast on October 18, 2007. Find out more about Tommy Emmanuel at www.tommyemmanuel.com.


Legal Questions and Answers on Real Life Real Estate Investing (Re-broadcast) (2007-10-18)
Vena presents a special edition of Question and Answer Week with guest James Flax, attorney-at-law, who takes listeners' questions about real estate law and legal issues, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on October 17, 2007.


Jeff Wyler's Amazing Story on BusinessWise (2007-10-17)
Crystal and Tom talk with Jeff Wyler, President and CEO of the Jeff Wyler Automotive Family, about his amazing story as well as his thoughts about where the automotive industry is going and, of course, what he expects of the Reds in 2008!, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on October 16, 2007.


Researching Fine Art on Keep Antiquing! (2007-10-15)
Frank talks with Daniel Soules of Gordon's Art, publisher of the comprehensive new edition of 'Davenport's Art Reference and Price Guide', and talks with listeners about their art and antiques, and don't forget you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on October 12, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of October 15, 2007 (2007-10-15)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of October 15, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of October 15, 2007 (2007-10-15)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of October 15, 2007.


Ohio Budget Includes Big Increase For Tourism (2007-10-12)
Amir Eylon, Ohio's Director of Tourism, shared his vision for promoting the state as a destination during a visit to Cincinnati today.


Cincinnati Seeks To Increase Solid Waste Recycling (2007-10-12)
Cincinnati City Councilmember, Chris Bortz, says if the city can increase recycling by 6 percent in the next 5 years, the program will pay for itself.


Local Businesses and Market Performance on Simply Money (2007-10-12)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', and talk with Steve Watkins, banking and finance reporter for the Cincinnati Business Courier, about local companies and their stock performance, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on October 11, 2007.


How To Rehab for Half the Cost on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-10-11)
Vena talks with Pete Youngs, also known as Mr. Rehab, about the secrets of rehabbing for real estate investors and how you can rehab your properties for half the cost, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on October 10, 2007.


Issues In Our Region on BusinessWise (2007-10-10)
Crystal and Tom talk with Doug Moormann, Vice President of Government Affairs for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, and Stan Lampe, Vice President of Business and Community Advocacy for the Northern Kentucky Chamber, about education, international trade, the ozone, and even predictions for winners in November's election, just to name a few topics, on WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast on October 9, 2007.


David Howard LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-10-09)
David Howard stops by the studio to talk with Michael Grayson and play some tunes LIVE off his new CD, 'Spark' following his appearance at St. Catherine of Siena in Ft. Thomas, KY, broadcast on October 8, 2007. Find out more about David Howard at www.davidhoward.com.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of October 8, 2007 (2007-10-08)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of October 8, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of October 8, 2007 (2007-10-08)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of October 8, 2007.


The James A. Ramage Civil War Museum on Keep Antiquing! (2007-10-08)
Frank talks with Larry Klein, Randy Burnet and Bob Clemens, of the James A. Ramage Civil War Museum in Fort Wright, KY, about an upcoming special museum event, and don't forget you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on October 5, 2007.


The Dow Hits 14K Again, So Again, Is Up or Down Next? on Simply Money (2007-10-05)
Nathan and Ed examine some numbers from today's market, and ask, again, now that we're back to a Dow at 14,000, is 15K next, or back to 13K?, and they give a quiz to listeners and callers, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on October 4, 2007.


LEGACY presents the 2007 Kentucky Gubernatorial Debate on the Campus of Northern Kentucky University (2007-10-04)
LEGACY, the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati area's preeminent under-40 leadership and civic engagement organization, in partnership with Northern Kentucky University, hosts the 2007 Kentucky Gubernatorial Debate between Democratic candidate Steve Beshear and Republican incumbent Ernie Fletcher, broadcast LIVE on 89.7 FM WNKU on October 3, 2007.


Turning Leads Into Deeds on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-10-04)
Vena talks with sales expert, Michelle Hall, about, simply, turning leads into deeds, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on October 3, 2007.


The State of Health Care on BusinessWise (2007-10-03)
Tom and Chuck talk with Humana's Ohio Market President, Tim Cappel, about some of the upcoming changes in health care we are facing, and how these will affect us all, and also with Dr. Derek van Amerongen, Chief Medical Officer for Humana, about how consumerism is good and bad in the medical field, and issues such as wellness programs and the rising tide of obesity, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on October 2, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of October 1, 2007 (2007-10-01)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs broadcast the week of October 1, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of October 1, 2007 (2007-10-01)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of October 1, 2007.


Hillforest Historic Landmark on Keep Antiquing! (2007-10-01)
Frank talks to Suzanne Ullrich, Docent Coordinator with Hillforest Victorian House in Aurora, Indiana, and talks with a listener about digital photographs of her antiques, and don't forget you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on September 28, 2007.


My Fair Lady Showing At The Aronoff Center (2007-09-28)
The revival of My Fair Lady is playing at the Aronoff Center through October seventh. The show takes the audience on a journey as Eliza Doolittle works to become a proper duchess.


Downtown Hop Around This Weekend (2007-09-28)
The Downtown Hop Around begins tomorrow with events on Foutnain Square and across the city.


Jail Issue Campaign Kickoff (2007-09-28)
Supporters of the campaign for Issue 27 kicked off their campaign yesterday.


Chandler Proposes FAA Changes (2007-09-28)
This summer airline passengers in the US faced record delays, and officials are trying to do something about it. Kentucky Democratic Congressman Ben Chandler says the focus should be on safety.


Downtown Tour Of Living Is Sunday (2007-09-28)
There are nine properties.. and for the first time, eight restaurants on this year's tour of downtown living options.


KY Cracking Down On Drunk Drivers (2007-09-28)
Kentucky state officials are working with county attorneys to obtain more DUI convictions.


Retirement Planning on Simply Money (2007-09-28)
Ed talks with Tim Brown, ERISA attorney at Thompson Hine LLP, and Chuck Rabe, 401(k) Director, with the Financial Network Group, about 401(k), pension plans and other retirement plans and retirement planning, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on September 27, 2007.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-09-27)
Vena is joined by special guest, Mr. Drew, for this month's installment of Question and Answer Week, and they take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on September 26, 2007.


Northern Kentucky University's Role In Our Community on BusinessWise (2007-09-26)
Crystal and Tom talk with NKU President James Votruba about his perspectives on education, what is going on at NKU and his thoughts on economic development in Northern Kentucky and the role the University plays, and with Dr. John Beehler, Dean of College of Business, about his vision for deepening the university's regional impact and expanding its collaborative endeavors, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on September 25, 2007.


UC Issues University Report Card (2007-09-26)
The University of Cincinnati has issued its latest report card. The results are mixed.


Cabbies Picket at CVG (2007-09-26)
Airport cabbies are opposing a new contract set to take effect today.


Children Suffering From School Avoidance (2007-09-26)
A child's reluctance to go to school may be a legitimate concern. School avoidance or school refusal is a psychological condition that affects one to five percent of children.


Lethal Injection Being Challenged (2007-09-26)
Two Kentucky inmated on death row say lethal injection is "cruel and unusual." And they are taking their case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.


Poverty Report Issued In Kentucky (2007-09-26)
A comprehensive report titled, "The High Price of Being Poor in Kentucky" is getting the attention of state lawmakers, who are now discussing possible solutions.


Key Witness Is A No-Show (2007-09-25)
An ethics hearing for Kentucky's highway commissioner began as scheduled Monday, but was later derailed when a key witness failed to show up.


UC Researcher Studies Telesurgery In-Flight (2007-09-25)
Doctor Timothy Broderick is continuing his telesurgery research. This time his work has taken him to the skies in a plane dubbed the "Vomit Comet."


Readiness Exams Distributed in Kentucky (2007-09-25)
Kentucky education officials will soon learn if their efforts to improve student scores on college and workplace readiness exams are paying off.


Higher Incidence of ALS Among Gulf War Vets (2007-09-25)
Research shows Gulf War vets are at least twice as likely to develop ALS as military personnel not deployed to the Gulf. Further research could help identify if there are genetic characteristics that suggest someone is at higher risk of developing the fatal neuromuscular disease.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of September 24, 2007 (2007-09-24)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of September 24, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of September 24, 2007 (2007-09-24)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of September 24, 2007.


Grayson Proposes Regional Primaries (2007-09-20)
The presidential primary system is broken. At least that's the message Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson delivered Wednesday to a Senate committee.


UC First Day Means Slow Traffic (2007-09-20)
Classes resumed at UC Wednesday. Traffic is heavy but according to officals at the university, there are no major problems.


Walking Has Many Health Benefits (2007-09-19)
Walking is an easy form of exercise that has many health benefits. Most people however, do not do it nearly enough.


The Value of Business Advisory Boards and Women In Business on BusinessWise (2007-09-19)
Crystal and Tom talk with Mark Longenecker, partner with Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP, Attorneys & Counselors At Law, about why it's so important to have a strong board and how you develop the most effective board for your company, then talk with Candice Charlton, Cincinnati Procurement Counselor for the Southwest Central Ohio Procurement Technical Assistance Center, about an SBA & SBDC program that educates women business owners, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on September 18, 2007.


Researchers Examine Faith And Health Connection (2007-09-19)
University of Cincinnati researchers are studying how a child's faith may impact his or her health. The initial study focuses on asthma but the research will be applicable to other illnesses and conditions.


Real Life Real Estate Investing the Fundraising Edition (2007-09-19)
Vena is joined on her birthday by Mr. Drew and other guests for the WNKU Fall Membership Drive edition of Real Life Real Estate Investing where Vena offers a webinar version of her popular, critically-acclaimed Real Estate 101 course for a pledge of support to WNKU of $499, originally broadcast on September 19, 2007.


Regional Transit System Requires Regional Consensus (2007-09-17)
With cooperation, a regional transit system could include northern Kentucky, southeast Indiana and Dayton, and could consist of trolleys, streetcars, light rail, high-speed rail, bike paths and buses.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of September 17, 2007 (2007-09-17)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of September 17, 2007.


Streetscape Project Begins Neighborhood Improvements (2007-09-17)
The City of Cincinnati is beginning work today to beautify part of the East Walnut Hills neighborhood.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of September 17, 2007 (2007-09-17)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of September 17, 2007.


The True Story of Black and White Airmen on Keep Antiquing! (2007-09-17)
Frank talks with John Fleischmann, author of 'Black And White Airmen: Their True Story', about his new book, and he takes listeners' calls, and don't forget you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on September 14, 2007.


Park Board Prepares 'Past, Present, Future' Presentation (2007-09-14)
The Cincinnati Park Board is preparing a new master plan. It will outline the future for green space in the Queen City.


How Today's Financial Headlines Could Affect You on Simply Money (2007-09-14)
Nathan and Ed deliver an extended installment of this week's 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', and discuss the effect the latest financial headlines could have on the lives of Simply Money listeners, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on September 13, 2007.


Kim Richey LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-09-14)
Kim Richey stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off her new CD, 'Chinese Boxes' in advance of her appearance at the Southgate House, broadcast on September 13, 2007. Find out more about Kim Richey at www.kimrichey.com.


New Cincinnati Photo Book Will Feature Residents' Snapshots (2007-09-14)
A contest running through October 19 exists so that a book of photos taken in and around Cincinnati by the city's residents will be completed by the end of the year.


Eric Bibb LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-09-13)
Eric Bibb stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his latest CD, 'Diamond Days' in advance of his appearance at the Southgate House, broadcast on September 12, 2007. Find out more about Eric Bibb at www.ericbibb.com.


Investing In Mobile Home Parks on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-09-13)
Vena talks with Corey Donaldson, real estate investor and manager of 4 mobile home parks with over 600 total lots, and takes listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on September 12, 2007.


Breaking Business News Online & 40 Under 40 on BusinessWise (2007-09-12)
Crystal and Tom talk with Doug Bolton, Publisher of the Cincinnati Business Courier, and with Brian Patrick, former news anchor with WCPO Channel 9 and current Multimedia Director at the Business Courier, about the Courier is working to incorporate the latest technology into their services, and finally they talk with Karl Preissner, a leading R&D Engineer at Procter and Gamble and one of this year's Courier Forty Under Forty winners, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on September 11, 2007.


Pre-Civil War African-American Culture In Cincinnati on Keep Antiquing! (2007-09-10)
Frank talks with Benne Butler from the Cincinnati Museum Center about contributions by African-Americans to Cincinnati's culture before the Civil War, and takes listeners' calls, and don't forget you can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on September 7, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of September 10, 2007 (2007-09-10)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of September 10, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of September 10, 2007 (2007-09-10)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of September 10, 2007.


Understanding ALS, Part 2 (2007-09-07)
Yesterday, we introduced you to the Tureen family. Robert Tureen was diagnosed with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's Disease, three years ago. The former neuropsychologist recognized his own symptoms, but hoped it was a fluke and the signs of the fatal disease would go away. The condition worsened, and his family began a crusade to promote awareness of the illness.


Teen Suicides Increase In Tri-State, Across Nation (2007-09-07)
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows the largest increase in the number of teen suicides in 15 years. The number had been declining steadily over the past few years, and officials aren't sure if the dramatic reversal is simply a short-lived increase or the beginning of a trend.


Financial Planning From Basic To Sophisticated on Simply Money (2007-09-07)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and offer some sage and timeless advice on financial planning in Simply Money language, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on September 6, 2007.


McConnell, Reid Spar Over Troop Withdrawal From Iraq (2007-09-06)
Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell is showing no signs he'll bow to upcoming Democratic efforts to pull U.S. troops out of Iraq.


Water Quality Meeting Addresses Health, Technology (2007-09-06)
It's the final day of an international meeting on global water quality being hosted in Cincinnati.


How To Find That Quality Tenant on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-09-06)
Vena talks with Don Conrad, author of 'How To Find That Quality Tenant', about, well, how to find that quality tenant, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on September 5, 2007.


Understanding ALS, Part 1 (2007-09-06)
Few people know ALS by it's full name, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, many more, however, are familiar with the condition known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. The two are one and the same. ALS is a fatal neuromuscular disease. There's no cure or even effective treatment, but those affected by the disease are passionate about putting a stop to the devastating condition.


Graham Weber & Adam Carroll LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-09-05)
Texas-based musicians Graham Weber and Adam Carroll bring their fall tour to WNKU as they stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE, broadcast on September 4, 2007. Graham Weber's latest CD is 'Beggar's Blues' and Adam Carroll's latest CD is 'Far Away Blues'. Find out more about Graham Weber at www.grahamweber.com and more about Adam Carroll at www.adamcarroll.com.


Economic Development and Financial Literacy on BusinessWise (2007-09-05)
Crystal and Tom talk with State of Ohio Treasurer, Richard Cordray, about two topics he feels are crucial to our state -economic development and financial literacy, and also with Karen West, Senior Manager of Financial Literacy & Student Initiatives, about 'Financial Fitness Ohio' and other programs designed to teach financial literacy, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on September 4, 2007.


Julia Havey: From Overweight to Mrs. Missouri (2007-09-04)
Julia Havey went from weighing 300 pounds to being crowned Mrs. Missouri, and now she talks about her struggles, her inspiration, and her work to end obesity in the U.S.


The Ditty Bops LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-09-03)
The Ditty Bops stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some ditties LIVE off their new 5-song EP, 'Pack Rat' in advance of their appearance at the Southgate House, broadcast on August 31, 2007. Find out more about The Ditty Bops at www.thedittybops.com.


Worldwide Clean Water Summit Puts Cincinnati In Spotlight (2007-09-03)
The first-ever Clean Water Partnership Summit, taking place in Cincinnati later this week, will not only be an opportunity to address water purity around the world, but also to boost our region's economy.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of September 3, 2007 (2007-09-03)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of September 3, 2007.


Annual Picnic Gives Working Families A Break (2007-09-03)
As many as 20,000 people are expected to attend the Cincinnati AFL-CIO's annual Labor Day picnic today at Coney Island.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of September 3, 2007 (2007-09-03)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of September 3, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-09-03)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on August 31, 2007.


Macro-Economic Forecasting on Simply Money (2007-08-31)
Nathan delivers the week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then is joined by special guest host, Bartlett & Co.'s Chairman Emeritus, William Friedlander, and they talk with Markus Schomer, Global Economic Strategist for AIG Investments, about macro-economic forecasts with a focus on global economic trends and their impact on financial markets, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on August 30, 2007.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-08-30)
Vena is joined by special guest, Jim Shapiro, for this month's installment of Question and Answer Week, and they take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 29, 2007.


Over The Rhine LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-08-29)
Karin and Linford of Over The Rhine kick off their tour by stopping by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off their new CD, 'The Trumpet Child' in advance of their appearance at the Coney Island's Moonlite Gardens, broadcast on August 28, 2007. Find out more about Over The Rhine at www.overtherhine.com.


Cincinnati's Future and Honoring Our History on BusinessWise (2007-08-29)
Crystal and Tom talk with Cliff Peale, business reporter and columnist in Cincinnati for 16 years, with the last 7 at 'The Enquirer', about how Cincinnati is doing, what big stories are coming our way, and the climate for young businesses, among other issues, and with Jay Voss, a CPA and founding principal with Middle Earth Developers, about preserving and protecting Cincinnati's irreplaceable historic architecture, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on August 28, 2007.


Jayne Sachs LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-08-28)
This week is the finale of this summer's Studio 89 concert series and 89.7 WNKU welcomes Dayton, OH- based band, Lennon Award-winning singer-songwriter, Jayne Sachs, who performs some songs from her latest CD, 'Sutures', and talks with Pan Temple, broadcast on August 27, 2007. Find out more about Jayne Sachs at www.jaynesachs.com.


Billy Alletzhauser and Wil Cope LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-08-27)
Billy Alletzhauser of the Hiders and Wil Cope stop by the studio to talk with Brian O'D about their involvement with Visionnati II, and play some tunes LIVE from the compilation CD, 'Sound & Visionnati', broadcast on August 25, 2007. Find out more about Billy Alletzhauser at www.myspace.com/billyalletzhauser, more about Wil Cope at www.wilcope.com, and more about Sound & Visionnati at www.myspace.com/soundvisionati.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of August 27, 2007 (2007-08-27)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of August 27, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-08-27)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on August 24, 2007.


New SCPA Will Be Built (2007-08-24)
A new School for Creative and Performing Arts is being built in Over the Rhine. The groundbreaking is scheduled for September 6th.


Supplies Being Sent to Hurricane Victims (2007-08-24)
Matthew 25 Ministries is sending supplies to Hurricane Dean victims. The relief supplies are being directed to those most severely affected by the storm and those who have been cut off from assistance.


Simply Money (2007-08-24)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's edition of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', and discuss the current market's downward slide and take listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on August 23, 2007.


Special Session Is Winding Down (2007-08-24)
It looks like this week's special session on energy incentives, called by Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher, will end Friday as planned.


Developers Day Conference in Northern Kentucky (2007-08-24)
The first-ever Deverloper's Day Conference is today. Governor Ernie Fletcher is scheduled to speak to attendees.


Energy Bill Advances (2007-08-24)
The Kentucky Senate is poised this morning to take action on an energy incentives bill that already has House approval.


Investing In Commercial Property on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-08-23)
Vena talks with Peter Conti, Founder of Mentor Financial Group and an investor and co-author of several books on real estate investing, about investing in commercial property, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 22, 2007.


Energy Bill Headed To Senate (2007-08-23)
An energy bill that won overwhelming support in the Kentucky House Wednesday is now awaiting Senate action.


School Levy To Go On Ballot (2007-08-23)
A levy for Cincinnati Public Schools will be on the November ballot.


New Plans To Improve I-74 Congestion (2007-08-23)
A "Ramp-Meter" system being installed on Eastbound I-74 should be operational by the end of the year.


KY Presidential Primary Date Will Not Change (2007-08-23)
Secretary of State Trey Grayson would like to see changes in the presidential primary system.


The Future of Our Region & More Effective Innovation on BusinessWise (2007-08-22)
Crystal and Tom talk with George Vredeveld, Director of the Economics Center for Education & Research at the University of Cincinnati, about the economic health and well-being of Greater Cincinnati, and with Tom Hortel, co-founder of VentureForward, about the differences between creativity and innovation, and how to help encourage breakthrough innovations, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on August 21, 2007.


Mitch McConnell Criticized By Activists (2007-08-22)
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is being targeted by Democratic Advocacy Groups for "obstructing" legislation they say would benefit Kentucky soldiers.


Brown on Children's Health Insurance Program (2007-08-22)
Senator Sherrod Brown was in Cincinnati yesterday to call for an expansion of Ohio's Health Insurance Program.


Energy Bill Testimony (2007-08-22)
An energy bill under consideration by the Kentucky General Assembly has cleared its first legislative hurdle.


Crowley Becomes Vice-Mayor (2007-08-21)
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory has selected councilmember David Crowley as the city's new vice-mayor.


Company Interested In Expanding In Kentucky (2007-08-21)
A Houston, Texas energy company is expressing interest in expanding in Kentucky should lawmakers approve tax incentives designed to attract such companies.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of August 20, 2007 (2007-08-20)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of August 20, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of August 20, 2007 (2007-08-20)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of August 20, 2007.


The Roebling Bridge on Keep Antiquing! (2007-08-20)
Frank talks with author Don Heinrich Tolzmann about his latest book, 'John A. Roebling and His Suspension Bridge', and takes listener phone calls, and remember to e-mail radio@nku.edu to send digital photographs of your antiques, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and each week Frank will choose one of the pictures to discuss on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on August 17, 2007.


KY Lawmakers Await Fletcher's Call For Session Following Agreement (2007-08-17)
Governor Ernie Fletcher is expected to soon issue the call for a special session of the Kentucky General Assembly.


Accounting For Businesses and Personal Tax Issues on Simply Money (2007-08-17)
Nathan and Ed deliver their weekly installment of "Not Necessarily the Financial News", then talk with Pat Burke and Gene Schindler, of Burke & Schindler PLL CPAs, about accounting for businesses, personal tax issues, the latest stock market fluctuations, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on August 16, 2007.


SORTA Approves Half Million Dollars Of Metro Budget Cuts (2007-08-17)
Cincinnati City Council denied Metro a bus fare increase earlier this year, which means the Southwestern Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) has to make cuts to keep a balanced budget.


Making A Difference To Kids Should Be Community Effort (2007-08-17)
Building healthy communities begins with focusing on the youth and helping them grow into responsible adults.


Votruba Marks 10th Anniversary With State Of NKU Address (2007-08-17)
Northern Kentucky University President, Dr. James Votruba, acknowledged the growth NKU has gone during his 10 years here, but stressed the need to accomodate the still growing demands on the University.


The Cat Mary LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-08-16)
The Cat Mary kicks off their tour by stopping by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off their new CD, 'Postbellum Neighborhood' in advance of their appearance at the Southgate House tonight opening for Peppertown, broadcast on August 16, 2007. Find out more about The Cat Mary at www.thecatmary.com.


As Agreement Nears, Fletcher Prepares To Call New Session (2007-08-16)
Negotiations have resumed in Frankfort where Kentucky House and Senate leaders are trying to find common ground on energy legislation.


Still Time For School Vaccinations (2007-08-16)
Perhaps one of the easiest ways to make sure your child doesn't get sick this school year is to make sure he or she gets the proper vaccinations.


Medical, Economic Benefits Expected From New Cancer Center (2007-08-16)
Children's Hospital Medical Center, University Hospital, and U.C.'s College of Medicine have teamed up to bring a comprehensive cancer center to Cincinnati that could bring more than important research and new treatments to the field.


Atlanta Entertainment Company May Buy Newport Aquarium (2007-08-16)
According to a Newport Aquarium spokesperson, Atlanta-based Herschend Family Entertainment is negotiating to buy the attraction on the Ohio riverfront, but there is no timetable yet for the possible sale.


Sneak Preview Of 'The Ascent' Luxury Condos In Covington (2007-08-16)
Reporters will get a first look tonight inside 'The Ascent' luxury condominium building on Covington's riverfront.


Advice For New Investors on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-08-16)
Vena talks with Karim Ellis, who quit his job to invest in real estate before he was 30 years old, about his experiences as a new investor, and what advice he can offer to others thinking about getting into real estate, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 15, 2007.


Mallory Calls Peace Bowl Shooting 'Outrageous' (2007-08-15)
A killing during a youth football game organized by police to promote peace in Avondale was met with outrage by Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory.


Argument Against Kenton County Jail Gets Creative (2007-08-15)
Attorney Eric Deters is arguing that since a jail is a residence under Kentucky law, the proposed Kenton County jail site in Independence is too close to a school under a statute restricting where sexual offenders can and live.


Key Information for Start Ups and Managing Your Finances on BusinessWise (2007-08-15)
Crystal and Tom talk with James Zimmerman, a Partner in the Business and Finance Department at Taft Law, about questions start-up companies face and legal issues to be on the lookout for as a new business, and with Mary Hurlburt, Director of Community Services for Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the Midwest, about financial well-being and determining options to meet your financial goals, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on August 14, 2007.


Senator Williams Awaits Ethics Ruling (2007-08-15)
The Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission will soon make a ruling in an ethics complaint against Senate President, David Williams.


Creation Museum Already Seeking Expanded Parking (2007-08-15)
The Creation Museum in Petersburg, KY is getting many more visitors than projected, and is asking Boone County to approve a request to more than double the amount of parking spaces at the museum.


NKY Could Benefit From New Hospital Merger (2007-08-14)
As soon as their withdrawal from the Health Alliance is complete, Saint Elizabeth and Saint Luke Hospitals can officially merge, a move that could prove beneficial to northern Kentucky.


Health Officials Continue Preparations For Flu Pandemic (2007-08-14)
Even though avian flu and pandemic flu have virtually disappeared from the headlines, health officials know the threat continues, and necessary prepartions are ongoing.


Final Agreement On Energy Bill Nears (2007-08-14)
Kentucky legislative leaders are close to final agreement on an energy bill, but will need at least one more day of negotiations before Governor Ernie Fletcher can call a special session on the legislation.


The Sheds LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-08-14)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Burlington, KY based band The Sheds to Studio 89 where they perform some songs from their latest CD, 'You've Got A Light', and talk with Pan Temple, broadcast on August 13, 2007. Find out more about The Sheds at www.theshedsmusic.com.


Psychic Appraisals for a LIVE Studio Audience on Keep Antiquing! (2007-08-13)
Frank is joined by humor advocate & ventriloquist, Barbara Baxter, and psychic-clairvoyant, Victor Paruta, for a pre-recorded program with a live audience at Maple Knoll Village, called 'Talking Antiques', and remember to e-mail radio@nku.edu to send digital photographs of your antiques, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and each week Frank will choose one of the pictures to discuss on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on August 10, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of August 13, 2007 (2007-08-13)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of August 13, 2007.


Police Target AA Highway With 'Safety Blitz' (2007-08-13)
The Operation Drive Smart Corridor Safety Blitz on northern Kentucky's AA Highway runs this week through Saturday, and police will focus on DUI, speeding and seatbelt violations.


Anti-Truancy Campaign Begins In Cincinnati (2007-08-13)
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory, Cinicinnati Schools, and Metro announced a partnership designed to reduce the city's truancy rate.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of August 13, 2007 (2007-08-13)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of August 13, 2007.


Cincinnati Public Schools Facing Mounting Deficit (2007-08-13)
With costs rising, Cincinnati Public Schools' multi-million dollar deficit is exprected to rise, and may call for an emergency levy on this November's ballot.


Special Session On Hold Until Lawmakers Reach Agreement (2007-08-13)
Leaders of the Kentucky General Assembly will resume negotiations in Frankfort this afternoon on energy legislation Governor Ernie Fletcher wants approved in a special session.


Duke Energy Reports Record Electricity Usage In NKY (2007-08-10)
With a week of temperatures in the mid- to upper 90s, Duke Energy says northern Kentucky electricity consumers set peak usage records for two days in a row.


Hundreds Of Backpacks, School Supplies Go To Needy NKY Kids (2007-08-10)
Northern Kentucky Harvest will hand out a record 600 backpacks filled with back-to-school basics to low-income kids from Campbell, Boone and Kenton counties.


General Assembly Delays Session Until They Reach Compromise (2007-08-10)
It looks like the Kentucky General Assembly will still meet in special session to approve energy incentives, but the session won't start Monday as originally planned.


Health Fair's Free Screenings Offer Improved Access To Care (2007-08-10)
Community residents are being offered free health screenings tomorrow at the Avondale Summer Festival and Health Fair.


Consumer Saving and Reacting to Current Market Conditions on Simply Money (2007-08-10)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and ask listeners about the percentage of savings they think Americans have put away to help pay off debt, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on August 9, 2007.


Yoga Camp Helps Kids To Manage Stress (2007-08-10)
Today's youth are trying to manage so many activities, so it's important they learn effective ways to quiet their minds. The Gaden Samdrup - Ling Buddhist Monastery is hoping to make it easier for kids to manage their stress.


Frontier Folk Nebraska LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-08-10)
Two members of the three-piece local group Frontier Folk Nebraska stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off their debut CD, 'The Devil's Tree' in advance of their Saturday night appearance at the Southgate House for the Rivertown Music Club's 'Dog Days of Summer' show to benefit the Save the Animals Foundation, broadcast on August 9, 2007. Find out more about Frontier Folk Nebraska at myspace.com/frontierfolknebraska.


Public Can View Plans Tonight For Newport Riverfront Exit Ramp (2007-08-09)
A public meeting at Newport High School tonight will give the public the opportunity to look at different plan proposals to revamp the southbound I-471 exit to the Newport entertainment district.


Celebration Marks New Bond Hill Library Branch Opening (2007-08-09)
The Public Library is celebrating the opening of its new Bond Hill branch today with an afternoon of activities, music, tours and a special dedication ceremony.


DeWine Offers Alternative To Building New County Jail (2007-08-09)
Hamilton County Commissioner Pat DeWine says ending the practice of housing federal prisoners is just one way the county can add jail space without taxing residents to build a new jail.


KY House & Senate Leaders Hope Weekend Brings Compromise (2007-08-09)
With another special session on energy incentives looming, Kentucky House and Senate leaders are trying to hammer out a final compromise.


Giuliani Makes Campaign Appearances In Cincinnati (2007-08-09)
Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani is in Cincinnati today to attend several fundraisers, a Reds game, and a concert at Kings Island.


Children's Hospital Program Makes Finals For National Honor (2007-08-09)
The Postponing Sexual Involvement program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is one of ten national finalists for best community improvement project. Local residents can vote online for PSI at rezoom.com.


New Treatment Center Focuses On Respiratory Ailments (2007-08-09)
People suffering from several allergies or sinus problems often have a number of related health issues. A new center in West Chester is dedicated to treating people with upper and lower respiratory conditions.


Making Hard Money In A Soft Market on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-08-09)
Vena talks with author Wendy Patton about her new book, 'Making Hard Cash in a Soft Real Estate Market', and takes listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 8, 2007.


Gaming Industry To Tackle Problem Gambling In Kentucky (2007-08-09)
Various gambling interests are joining forces to promote responsible gaming and treatment programs for problem gamblers.


KY School Board Seeking Change Chooses New Chairman (2007-08-08)
The Kentucky Board of Education has decided a change of leadership is needed in the wake of a failed attempt to find a new Education Commissioner for the state.


Improving Sales Results & Preparing the Next Generation on BusinessWise (2007-08-08)
Crystal and Tom talk with Karen Singer, an Associate with Lynn McInturf Associates, about what makes the difference between a successful sales approach and one that goes nowhere, and then talk to Kent Lutz, Executive Director of the Goering Center, about issues including succession planning and estate and wealth transfer planning, as well as Goering's Next Generation Institute and the Family Business of the Year Awards Banquet, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on August 7, 2007.


Qualls To Take Tarbell's Seat On Cincinnnati City Council (2007-08-08)
Jim Tarbell is leaving Cincinnati City Council next month and three-time former Cincinnati Mayor, Roxanne Qualls, will take his seat until the November election.


Play Opening At Aronoff Draws Attention To MS Sufferers (2007-08-08)
Patients who are diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis often seem normal. Because so little is known about the disease, and people can't see it, it's easy for them to assume nothing is wrong with someone who may be suffering with the symptoms. A play opening Friday at the Aronoff brings the disease to center stage. It's the story of writer Nancy Jones and her life before and after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.


Kim Taylor LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-08-07)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Cincinnati-based singer-songwriter and "rising star" Kim Taylor to Studio 89 where she performs some songs from her second full-length, the critically-acclaimed 'I Feel Like A Fading Light', and talks with Pan Temple, broadcast on August 6, 2007. Find out more about Kim Taylor at www.kim-taylor.net.


Appraisals for a LIVE Studio Audience on Keep Antiquing! (2007-08-06)
Frank makes a special appearance before a live audience at Maple Knoll Village to appraise antiques brought in by audience members, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on August 3, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of August 6, 2007 (2007-08-06)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of August 6, 2007.


Tour of the Financial Network Group on Simply Money (2007-08-03)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then they tour the Financial Network Group and talk with the firm's financial planners and experts on a wide-ranging array of notable topics in the world of finance, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on August 2, 2007.


Jail Tax Petition Groups Succeed In Getting Measure On Fall Ballot (2007-08-03)
Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune is planning two all-day budget meetings next week, and now that the measure will be on the November ballot, he wants to appeal to leaders of the anti-jail tax petition groups.


Public Workshop At PBS For Fort Washington Way Project (2007-08-03)
The public vision workshop, called 'Greening the Gap', being held at Paul Brown Stadium tomorrow, is supposed to help create a collaborative vision for the proposed decks over Fort Washington Way, and is part of a nationwide celebration of the American Institute of Architects' 150th Anniversary.


Teach Your Kids About Safe Sex - 'Parent Toolkit' Could Help (2007-08-02)
Teaching your kids about sex, whether it's abstinence or practicing safe sex, is often a topic that makes many people uncomfortable, but research shows that kids want to hear about it from their parents.


Fletcher Prepares To Try Again With New Session On Energy (2007-08-02)
In the wake of last month's failed session, momentum appears to be building in Kentucky for another special session on energy incentives.


Selling Property In A Cold Market on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-08-02)
Vena talks with Don DeRosa about selling property in a cold market and they answer listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 1, 2007.


Ohio AG Dann Oversees Health Alliance Separation Agreement (2007-08-02)
Christ Hospital and Saint Luke Hospital have pulled out of the Health Alliance, and even though a court approved the withdrawal, the transition has proved contentious. Ohio Attorney General, Marc Dann, has made "tremendous progress" in helping to reach agreement on the transition process.


Election Board Has Enough Signatures To Put Jail Tax On Ballot (2007-08-02)
Once the petition signatures are officially certified by the Hamilton County Auditor, the sales tax hike for a new jail, approved by Commissioners Todd Portune and David Pepper earlier this year, will go to the voters before it becomes official.


Tri-State Motorists Think Of Brent Spence After Bridge Collapse (2007-08-02)
The Federal Highway Administration each year compiles data for the National Bridge Inventory. Statistics from 2004 show an average of 28% of each state's bridges are obsolete or structurally deficient. Among them is the Brent Spence Bridge that connects Cincinnati to Covington. The collapse of the I-35 Bridge yesterday in Minneapolis again put the Brent Spence in the spotlight.


UniverSoul Circus Will Return To Cincinnati This Month (2007-08-02)
Cincinnati City Councilmember, Laketa Cole, helped to bring the UniverSoul Circus back to the city for the first time in three years. The opening performance is August 30th and it runs through September 3rd.


Annual Fancy Farm Picnic Ushers In Important Election Season (2007-08-02)
A small Catholic parish in far western Kentucky will be the epicenter of politics in the Commonwealth Saturday. It's the 127th annual Fancy Farm picnic!


Kentucky's Bridges Are Not Similar To Collapsed MN Bridge (2007-08-02)
A top Kentucky Transportation Cabinet official says there are no bridges in the commonwealth like the one that collapsed in Minneapolis.


Delhi Mom Shoots Her Kids Then Takes Own Life (2007-08-01)
Following the apparent double-murder-suicide, Hamilton County Coroner Dr. O'Dell Owens expressed concern over an increase in child deaths, despite a downward trend in the county's population.


Transportation Issues - Why You Should Care and Strategic Networking on BusinessWise (2007-08-01)
Crystal and Tom talk with Mark Policinski, Executive Director of the OKI Regional Council about how to address transportation infrastructure issues and projects that will improve the quality of life in the Tri-State area, and then talk with Julie Bauke, President of Congruity Consulting, who describes how you can learn to build the right relationships, learn solid networking skills, and use this knowledge to take control of your career, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on July 31, 2007. .


Partnership With CSX Beefs Up Kentucky Rail Security (2007-08-01)
A public-private partnership announced in Frankfort should significantly improve Kentucky's ability to quickly respond to rail disasters.


Kentucky Lawmakers Agree On Plan To Waive Pay (2007-08-01)
Kentucky House and Senate leaders have reached agreement on a method for waiving most of the pay they would have received for the recent failed special session.


Breastfed Infants Less Susceptible To Infections (2007-08-01)
Healthy People 2010 is a list of national objectives that identify the top preventable health threats and ways to reduce them. Among the many goals is to increase the number of children who are breastfed.


Prosecutor Deters Seeks Public's Help In Rape Case (2007-08-01)
Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters is pursuing a case involving multiple rapes that occurred over a six year period in Symmes Township, and he is hoping that Cincinnati residents can provide some more leads or encourage other victims to step forward.


Lexington Newspaper Calls For Resignation Of State School Board (2007-08-01)
In the face of mounting criticism, the head of the Kentucky Board of Education is defending board efforts to find a new state Education Commissioner.


August Session With Limited Agenda In Frankfort Possible (2007-07-31)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher's derailed special session on energy incentives was officially adjourned Monday, but lawmakers will likely return to Frankfort next month.


Fletcher Will Let Judicial Appointments Be Decided By Election (2007-07-31)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher has decided not to fill some judicial vacancies. Instead, he's going to let the voters pick the judges.


Hobex LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-07-31)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes North Carolina-based soul-funk rockers Hobex all the way from North Carolina to Studio 89 where they perform some songs from their new CD 'Enlightened Soul', and talk with Michael Grayson, broadcast on July 30, 2007. Find out more about Hobex at hobex.com.


Campaign Trail Brings Candidate McCain To Cincinnati (2007-07-31)
Presidential candidate and Republican Senator from Arizona, John McCain, is in Cincinnati today for a private fundraiser in Indian Hill.


New Funding Will Help Promote Health Education In Northern Kentucky (2007-07-31)
REACH is an acronym for Resources and Education to Achieve Coordinated school Health. Through the coalition, the northern Kentucky health district is awarding more than 20 schools funding to implement health education programs.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of July 30, 2007 (2007-07-30)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of July 30, 2007.


Closson's Art Gallery on Keep Antiquing! (2007-07-30)
Frank talks with Marie Rigney of Closson's Art Gallery in Montgomery to talk about their upcoming opening for Mark Warren, and Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on July 27, 2007.


Protestors Rally At KY Capitol Against Domestic Partner Benefits (2007-07-30)
Opponents of domestic partner benefits at Kentucky public universities rallied Monday in the rotunda of the State Capitol.


Kentucky Lawmakers To Terminate Ill-Fated Special Session (2007-07-30)
Kentucky lawmakers are returning to Frankfort today to officially end what turned out to be a failed special session on energy incentives and other issues, like domestic partner benefits.


Mallory Emphasizes Importance Of Keeping City Pools Open (2007-07-30)
Without a donation from attorney Stan Chesley, all city pools would have closed this Friday, and Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory says that would have prevented the city's youth from taking advantage of an important outdoor recreational opportunity.


AVOC Becomes 'Stop AIDS' (2007-07-30)
The 24-year-old organization that's always been know as AIDS Volunteers of Cincinnati is now known as Stop AIDS, and their leaders hope the change will bring more attention to their message and their mission.


Jesse Eisinger on Simply Money (2007-07-27)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', including the Dow's 311 point drop, then talk with Jesse Eisinger, formerly of the Wall Street Journal, now a Senior Writer for Conde Nast Portfolio, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on July 26, 2007.


Human Cases Of Rabies Rare But Still Dangerous (2007-07-27)
The number of rabies cases has dropped dramatically since the turn of the 19th century - there used to be an average of about 100 cases nationwide each year - but now there's usually only one or two. However, there are only a handful of cases where people have contracted the disease and lived.


Cincinnati Zoo Appoints Maynard Executive Director (2007-07-27)
After serving a year as Interim Co-Director, Thayne Maynard is now officially the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden's new Executive Director.


Kentucky CPE Names Interim President (2007-07-27)
Kentucky Budget Director, Brad Cowgill, is looking forward to his new job as interim head of the Council on Postsecondary Education.


Firefighters Recovering Following Intense Fire At Indian Hill Home (2007-07-26)
At least 5 of the 8 firefighters injured in last night's Indian Hill house fire remain hospitalized in good condition.


Will Kimbrough and Michelle Malone LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-07-26)
Will Kimbrough and Michelle Malone are sharing the bill at the Southgate House tonight and today they stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE. Will Kimbrough's latest CD is an EP called 'EP' and Moanin' Michelle Malone's latest CD is called 'Sugarfoot', broadcast on June 26, 2007. Find out more about Will Kimbrough at www.willkimbrough.com and find out more about Michelle Malone at www.michellemalone.com.


Program Offers Kentucky Mothers Prenatal Care (2007-07-26)
Premature birth is a big problem in Kentucky where 14% of all births in 2003 were premature. The Northern Kentucky Health District offers a program to help.


Rubber Duck Regatta's 'Celebriduck' Auction Returns For 2nd Year (2007-07-26)
The 13th Annual Rubber Duck Regatta, which is held in conjunction with Riverfest, kicks off with 'Celebriduck tonight at Jefferson Hall at Newport on the Levee.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-07-26)
It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by fan favorite, Mr. Drew, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on July 25, 2007.


JFS Finishes Children's Services Review (2007-07-25)
3,500 children's services cases were reviewed by the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services, which found that proper procedures were followed in 97 percent of those cases.


Kentucky Lawmakers Discuss Incentives With Peabody CEO (2007-07-25)
This morning in Louisville, Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher will join House and Senate leaders for a meeting with the head of Peabody Energy.


Payroll Outsourcing and Public Leadership on BusinessWise (2007-07-25)
Crystal and Tom talk with Bob Coughlin, Founder and CEO of a company that grew 38% last year, Paycor, about what new things are on the horizon with payroll outsourcing; and they talk with former Cincinnati mayor, Roxanne Qualls, now Director of Public Leadership Initiatives for the Institute for Public Leadership and Public Affairs at Northern Kentucky University, about the Institute's role in the community and some of their current projects, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on July 24, 2007.


Interim Search For KY School Board Commissioner Continues (2007-07-24)
The Kentucky School Board will be holding another special meeting this Saturday, as it continues searching for an interim Commissioner of Education.


Tri-State Mosquitoes Test Positive For West Nile Virus (2007-07-24)
No birds, horses, or humans have tested positive this year for the West Nile virus, but a mosquito pool in Bond Hill did.


Rob Fetters LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-07-24)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes local legend, Rob Fetters, to Studio 89 along with fellow Bears and Psychodots bandmates, Chris Arduser and Bob Nyswonger, and they play some songs and talk with Pam Temple, broadcast on July 23, 2007. Rob's latest CD is 'Musician', the Bears' latest CD is 'Eureka', and the Psychodots' latest CD is 'Terminal Blvd'. Find out more about Rob Fetters at www.thebearsmusic.com.


Kenton County Jail Opponents Hold Another Courthouse Rally (2007-07-24)
Opponents of a site near Independence for a new Kenton County jail demonstrated before the fiscal court meeting at the Independence Courthouse to send a message to county officials that the issue is still very much alive.


Music Is Central Theme Of Weekend's Downtown Image Campaign (2007-07-24)
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory is inviting everybody downtown for 'Music Fusion' this weekend.


The Indian Hill Antiques Show on Keep Antiquing! (2007-07-23)
Frank talks with Ray Mongenas about this year's 25th annual Indian Hill Antiques Show to benefit the Indian Hill Boosters Athletic Association, and Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on July 20, 2007.


Thorough Review Of JFS Department Underway (2007-07-23)
All 110 homes in which children have been assigned a case worker by the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services are being reviewed following a letter from Common Pleas Judge Melba Marsh criticizing the Department for lack of oversight.


Amnesty Week At Kenton County Library (2007-07-23)
If you have overdue materials checked out of the Kenton County Library, you may return them this week without being assessed a late charge. Amnesty Week runs through Sunday.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of July 23, 2007 (2007-07-23)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of July 23, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of July 23, 2007 (2007-07-23)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of July 23, 2007.


Kentucky Lawmakers Unable To Resolve Pay Dispute (2007-07-20)
Kentucky House and Senate leaders tried, but failed to find a way to end an ongoing dispute over legislative pay for the Governor's special session.


County Officials Ignore Judge's Child Safety Orders (2007-07-20)
Disciplinary hearings for the three Department of Job and Family Services employees, including one manager, will take place next week.


Another Dow Record Close, 14K This Time, on Simply Money (2007-07-20)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and then look at the Dow's most recent record close at just over 14,000 and ask listeners where it will go next - 15K or 13K?, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on July 19, 2007.


DeWine Proposes JFS Overseer Amidst Disciplinary Hearings (2007-07-20)
Hamilton County Commissioner Pat DeWine says the Department of Jobs and Family Services Ombudsman would have the power to launch investigations and suggest internal reforms.


Beshear Campaign Visits Northern Kentucky Chamber Meeting (2007-07-20)
Kentucky gubernatorial candidate, Steve Beshear, says he has a detailed plan for improving the Commonwealth, and described it to a Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce political forum today.


Buying REO Properties on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-07-19)
Vena talks with REO buying expert, Andy Heller, and takes listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on July 18, 2007.


ODOT Spreads Word About Weekend Lane Closure On I-75 (2007-07-19)
This weekend, crews will close the right lane on I-75 southbound to work on the approach to the Brent Spence Bridge, and the Ohio Department of Transportation wants to avoid the delays that snarled traffic there last weekend.


OH Sen. Brown's Wife Discusses New Memoir (2007-07-19)
Columnist Connie Schultz made a dramatic life change when her new husband Sherrod Brown made the decision to run for the U.S. Senate. She gave up her column to join his campaign, and she tells her story in the memoir, '...And His Lovely Wife'.


The Competitive Logistics Business and Protecting Intellectual Property on BusinessWise (2007-07-18)
Crystal and Tom talk with Ken Oaks, founder of Total Quality Logistics (TQL), about how TQL has been able to sustain 50% growth year after year and opportunities available for young professionals and fresh graduates; and they talk with Margaret Lawson, a Partner with Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, about the basics of trademarks, including how you can protect your trademark and what happens if your trademarks change over time, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on July 17, 2007.


Prescription Assistance Bus Tour Rolls Into NKY (2007-07-18)
A program that helps connect people with prescription assistance programs is coming to northern Kentucky.


Groups Join To Reverse Foreclosure Trend In SW Ohio (2007-07-17)
Texas-based Litton Loan Servicing is teaming up with Working In Neighborhoods to lower the foreclosure rate in the Tri-State.


The Swarthy Band LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-07-17)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Cincinnati's own Swarthy Band to Studio 89 where they perform some songs from their last CD 'Oh Yeah', as well as some tunes from their upcoming sophmore release, and talk with Pam Temple, broadcast on July 16, 2007. Find out more about The Swarthy Band at www.myspace.com/theswarthyband.


KY Capitol Security Gets Check Up Following Colarado Shooting (2007-07-17)
No security changes are planned at Kentucky's Capitol in the wake of the shooting of a deranged gunman inside Colorado's Capitol.


Local Sex Education Program Vying For National Award (2007-07-16)
Officials with the 'Postponing Sexual Involvement' program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center are asking the Tri-State community to go to rezoom.com to vote for PSI in a national competition that has a $100,000 grant as top prize.


Erwin's Resignation Hurries KY School Board Into New Search (2007-07-16)
Friday's sudden resignation of Barbara Erwin, Kentucky's new education commissioner, has the state school board scrambling to find a replacement.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of July 16, 2007 (2007-07-16)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of July 16, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of July 16, 2007 (2007-07-16)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of July 16, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-07-16)
Frank is joined by humor advocate & ventriloquist, Barbara Baxter, and psychic-clairvoyant, Victor Paruta, who will join forces on July 24th for a pre-recorded program with a live audience, called 'Talking Antiques', to be broadcast on August 10th, e-mail radio@nku.edu for more details or to send digital photographs of your antiques, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and each week Frank will choose one of the pictures to discuss, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on July 13, 2007.


Free Blood Tests For Young Children During Lead Awareness Week (2007-07-16)
Lead poisoning awareness is increasing, but still more than half of all children in the Cincinnati area have not been tested, and testing children under the age of six is crucial.


Genetics, Environment Both Play Significant Roles In Disease Susceptibility (2007-07-13)
A University of Cincinnati community education project is designed to encourage people to think about the connection between hereditary factors and their environment, and it turns out the two go hand in hand.


The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Mortgages on Simply Money (Re-broadcast) (2007-07-13)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and talk with Arthur Treinen, Cincinnati Area Manager of the Chicago Title Insurance Company, about the ups and downs of the mortgage business in today's economy, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on March 8, 2007, re-broadcast on July 12, 2007.


Pomp Pervades Pops Performance This Weekend (2007-07-13)
The Cincinnati Pops will be celebrating two important milestones tomorrow night: Maestro Erich Kunzel's 50th Anniversary at the podium, and Composer John Williams' 75th birthday.


Investing In Self-Storage Facilities on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-07-12)
Vena talks with Steve Case, who left behind what we think of as the world of more traditional investments in rental property, and has made a living instead investing in self-storage facilities, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on July 11, 2007.


Hamilton County Entrepreneurs on BusinessWise (2007-07-11)
Crystal and Tom talk with Patrick Longo, Director of the Hamilton County Business Center, and with two entrepreneurs who have been through HCBC, Chris Derrington, founder of ALTA Financial, and Brent Messmer, co-founder of the Matrix Companies, about launching and building successful companies, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on July 10, 2007.


Sewer District Sponsors Summer HS Student Internships (2007-07-10)
Cincinnati City Manager, Milton Dohoney, says 16 high school students will be paid and gain valuable experience from their summer internship with the Metropolitan Sewer District.


Peppertown LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-07-10)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Peppertown all the way from Bright, IN to Studio 89 where they perform some songs from their debut full-length CD 'Firefly' and talk with Pam Temple, broadcast on July 9, 2007. Find out more about Peppertown at www.peppertwonmusic.com.


Lawmakers Will Forfeit Pay During Special Session Hiatus (2007-07-10)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher's special session on energy incentives may be on a three-week hiatus, but the state constitution says lawmakers still have to be paid.


KY Dems Upset Over GOP's Unfavorable Automated Phone Calls (2007-07-10)
Kentucky House Democrats are up in arms over automated telephone calls made to their constituents last night by the state Republican party.


Comm. Portune Suggests Jail Tax Could Help Budget Shortfall (2007-07-09)
At a budget briefing today, Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune warned that dire budget consequences will occur unless there are new revenue sources and if the sales tax hike for the new jail is put on the November ballot and rescinded.


Little Hope Remains For Fletcher's Special Session On Energy (2007-07-09)
A conference call between Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher and House leaders failed to revive the governor's special session on energy incentives.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of July 9, 2007 (2007-07-09)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of July 9, 2007.


New Grant Drives Cincinnati Schools/YMCA Partnership (2007-07-09)
A plan to transform Cincinnati's public school's into community learning centers is moving forward. The YMCA and CPS secured their second Department of Education grant in the past three years to help fund the Community Learning Initiative.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of July 9, 2007 (2007-07-09)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of July 9, 2007.


Cincinnati's German Heritiage on Keep Antiquing! (2007-07-09)
Frank talks with author Don Heinrich Tolzmann about his new book 'German Heritage Guide to the Greater Cincinnati Area', and Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on July 9, 2007.


Heat Wave Spells Heat Alert For Greater Cincinnati (2007-07-09)
With temperatures expected in the 90s, the Tri-State is under a Heat Alert today and tomorrow.


Tattoo Shops Benefit From Clean, Sterile Makeover (2007-07-09)
Tattoo parlors have traditionally been considered dirty and unsterile, but that's no longer the case.


Paddlefest Returns To Ohio River For 6th Year (2007-07-06)
This year's two-day festival begins today and continues tomorrow when record numbers of canoers and kayakers are expected to take to the Ohio River.


"No" Is Latest Word On Fletcher's Special Session (2007-07-06)
Kentucky House Speaker Jody Richards says, no, the House will not return next week to Governor Ernie Fletcher's special session on energy incentives.


The Wild World of Credit on Simply Money (2007-07-06)
Nathan talks with Ken Stoll, President of ENTRUST America, about the wild and complicated world of credit, and takes listeners' phone calls about credit, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on July 5, 2007.


Holiday Highway Fatalities Hold Steady In Ohio (2007-07-05)
The Ohio Highway Patrol says parents and teachers can and should help prevent highway fatalities by educating future drivers about vehicle safety.


Blue Ash Announces Plans For Park On Airport Property (2007-07-05)
The City of Blue Ash will have some facilities to move on the grounds of the Blue Ash Airport, but is already looking forward to its plans for 130 acres of the property its acquiring from the City of Cincinnati.


Cincinnati Offers Diners Exquisite International Fare (2007-07-05)
Consider this, Pad Thai, falafel, ceviche right here in the Tri-State. That's right, according to Cincinnati Magazine dining editor, Donna Covrett, you don't have to travel far to sample some of the finest global eats. Instead, you're likely to discover them tucked away in a local strip mall.


Excellence In Pediatric Care on BusinessWise (2007-07-04)
Crystal and Tom talk with Jim Anderson, President & CEO of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, and a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions, and President of the Ohio Association of Children's Hospitals, about his vision for Cincinnati Children's as well as the importance of giving back to the community, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on July 6, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of July 2, 2007 (2007-07-02)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of July 2, 2007.


Clermont County Offers Amnesty To Delinquent Parents (2007-07-02)
Officials in Clermont County are hoping to encourage parents delinquent in child support payments to bring their accounts up-to-date this month with an amnesty program.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of July 2, 2007 (2007-07-02)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of July 2, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-07-02)
Frank is joined today by co-host, Barbara Baxter, humor advocate and ventriloquist, as Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on June 29, 2007.


Sales Tax Petition Effort Gets National Attention (2007-06-29)
A group trying to get enough valid signatures to put the Hamilton County sales tax issue on the November ballot got some support today from a national anti-tax increase group.


ODOT Faces Steep Deficits In Advance Of Important Projects (2007-06-29)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is trying to figure out how to turnaround some large deficits before starting some important regional road improvement projects.


401k and Saving for Retirement on Simply Money (2007-06-29)
Ed talks with Chuck Rabe and Dennis Horr, 401k specialists with the Financial Network Group, about 401k plans and retirement savings options in general, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on June 28, 2007.


Robbie Fulks LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-06-29)
Robbie Fulks stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and to play some tunes LIVE in support of his new live CD 'Revenge!', broadcast on June 29, 2007. Find out more about Robbie Fulks at www.robbiefulks.com.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-06-28)
It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by buying 'subject to' expert, John Sousa, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on June 27, 2007.


Council's Vote Forces Metro To Consider Alternatives To Fare Hike (2007-06-28)
Following a Cincinnati City Council vote defeating Metro's proposed 25 cent fare increase, the bus company is trying to figure out how to tighten its belt without reducing service.


NKU, TANK Team Up To Offer Bus Riders Free Wi-Fi (2007-06-27)
Free wireless Internet access will be available on 20 TANK express routes in northern Kentucky starting this Saturday.


No More Reports Of Meningitis Following Weekend Case At UC (2007-06-27)
Health officials are still asking that people at a Delta Tau Delta party Friday night near UC's main campus get tested for a serious strain of bacterial meningitis.


The Bank of Kentucky and Contented Cows on BusinessWise (2007-06-27)
Crystal and Carl talk with Andrew Collins, Executive Vice President of Lending and Geoff Michael, a loan originator, both with The Bank of Kentucky, about the bank's growth and about home buying and changing mortgage rates, then they talk to Richard Hadden, co-author of 'Contented Cows Give Better Milk' and 'Contented Cows Moove Faster', about what it takes to be an employer of choice, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on June 26, 2007.


Ellison LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-06-26)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Cincinnati rockers Ellison to Studio 89 where they perform some songs from their debut CD 'Say Goodnight, Sleep Alone' and talk with Michael Grayson, broadcast on June 25, 2007. Find out more about Ellison at www.myspace.com/ellison.


UC Unveils PlanTo Bolster Financial Standing (2007-06-26)
University of Cincinnati officials presented the Board of Trustees a plan to improve the college's financial position.


Shaker History and Culture on Keep Antiquing! (2007-06-25)
Frank talks with author Cheryl Bauer about her new book 'The Shakers of Union Village' in advance of Frank's trip with listeners and WNKU supporters to the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, KY, and Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on June 22, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of June 25, 2007 (2007-06-25)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of June 25, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of June 25, 2007 (2007-06-25)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of June 25, 2007.


New Skin Cell Research Could Help Treatment Of Burns (2007-06-25)
Cultured skin cells could be used to populate skin substitutes of burn wounds.


USDA Focuses On Food Pantries To Target Obesity (2007-06-25)
U.S. Undersecretary of Agriculture, Nancy Johner, met with officials at the Freestore Foodbank and announced the USDA wants to combat the nation's growing obesity rate by ensuring that federal food assistance recipients get more fruits and vegetables.


NKU Professor To Be Featured In Nationally Broadcast Documentary (2007-06-25)
A documentary airing tonight on the History Channel takes you deep inside one of the Mayans most sacred caves. Northern Kentucky University professor, Hazel Barton is part of the expedition to Naj Tunich in Guatemala.


New Kentucky Highway Contract Bids Get Public Unveiling (2007-06-22)
Sealed bids on hundreds of millions of dollars in state highway contracts were publicly opened this morning at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.


Talking Taxes and Market Fluctuations on Simply Money (2007-06-22)
Nathan and Ed deliver their weekly installment of "Not Necessarily the Financial News", then talk with Pat Burke and Gene Schindler, of Burke & Schindler PLL CPAs, about preparing early for tax filing, as well as the latest ups and downs in the stock market, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on June 22, 2007.


Dyskinesia Treatment Showing Positive Results Comes From Unlikely Source (2007-06-22)
Dyskinesia is thought to be a health complication resulting from therapies used to treat Parkinson's disease, but a treatment commonly used to erase wrinkles is building hope in early studies.


Fletcher Promotes Kentucky's Alternative Energy Future (2007-06-21)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher says the state needs to approve enhanced incentives to attract companies that are planning to build alternative fuel plants.


Ceremony Marks New Bank of Kentucky Center's 'Topping Off' (2007-06-21)
Governor Ernie Fletcher was among the special guests at today's 'topping off' ceremony at the Bank of Kentucky Center's construction site on the campus of Northern Kentucky University.


Columbia Parkway Improvement Leads To Economic Boost (2007-06-21)
The City of Cincinnati's road improvement project on Columbia Parkway between Delta Avenue and Tusculum Drive has prompted business and residential development in the area.


The Small Business Revolution on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-06-21)
Vena talks with Michael Gerber, entrepreneur, best-selling author and Chairman of E-Myth Worldwide, about his commitment to personal growth and the realization that a business owner's purpose in life can be actualized through his or her business, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on June 20, 2007.


Beshear Volunteers Income Info In Interest Of Full Public Disclosure (2007-06-21)
Kentucky Democratic gubernatorial nominee, Steve Beshear, has released his 2006 federal and state income tax returns.


Radiation Seeds Are Latest Innovation In Brain Tumor Treatment (2007-06-21)
A localized approach for treating metastatic brain tumors is replacing whole brain radiation.


American Cities 'Dump the Pump' (2007-06-20)
The Second Annual Dump the Pump Day will be observed tomorrow in Cincinnati and 69 other cities across the country.


Covington's Mainstrasse Is Home To New Public Sculpture (2007-06-20)
Covington community leaders will be unveiling a new sculpture this evening in the Mainstrasse District.


Reid's Criticism Of Iraq War Outrages Bunning (2007-06-20)
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's recent criticism of top Iraq war commanders has prompted outrage on the part of Kentucky Republican Senator Jim Bunning.


For Record Numbers Of Kids, Media Exposure Replaces Great Outdoors (2007-06-20)
The average child is exposed to about 60 hours of electronic media each week, and author Richard Louv says this has led to a condition he refers to as Nature Deficit Disorder.


Fletcher Will Address State Lawmakers In Covington (2007-06-20)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher has been granted permission to address the General Assembly's interim joint Appropriations and Revenue committee tomorrow morning in Covington.


Service, Leadership, People and Values on BusinessWise (2007-06-20)
Crystal and Tom talk with John Pepper. After 39 years at Procter and Gamble, time with Yale University as vice president for Finance & Administration, and his current roles as CEO of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and Chairman of the Board for Disney, John has put his wisdom into words in his book, 'What Really Matters: Service, Leadership, People, and Values', on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on June 19, 2007.


Portman Resigns White House Post (2007-06-20)
White House Budget Director, Rob Portman, is leaving that job to spend more time with his family in Cincinnati, but anticipates a return to public service.


Kentucky Emergency Personnel Train For Earthquake Preparedness (2007-06-20)
Emergency responders in Kentucky are getting ready in case another earthquake like the one that struck the state in 1812 ever occurs again.


Needy Residents 'Beat the Heat' With Help From City, County (2007-06-20)
A joint collection drive by the City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County for window air-conditioning units for the elderly and disabled is underway.


Activists Urge Sen. Voinovich's Support For Proposed Labor Law (2007-06-19)
Senator George Voinovich's Cincinnati office received 12,000 signed cards today, asking for his support of the Employee Free Choice Labor Act.


Xavier Rudd LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-06-19)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Australian native Xavier Rudd to Studio 89 where he performs some songs from his new CD 'White Moth' and talks with Pam Temple, broadcast on June 18, 2007. Find out more about Xavier Rudd at www.xavierrudd.com.


High School Students Get Practical Lesson In Nursing (2007-06-19)
Two dozen area high school students are learning first hand what it would be like to have a career working in nursing.


After 1 Year, Vision 2015 Looks Back At Results, Ahead At Goals (2007-06-19)
A.J. Schaeffer, head of Vision 2015, northern Kentucky's blueprint project for shaping the future, addressed the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce today, about the first year of the project and what's ahead.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-06-18)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on June 15, 2007.


UC Expects Historic Enrollment Numbers This Fall (2007-06-18)
Fall quarter at the University of Cincinnati could see the largest freshman class in decades, and a total student population of more than 36,000 for the first time since 1991.


Duke Energy Seeks Approval From PUCO To Increase Gas Rates (2007-06-18)
Duke Energy has asked the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio for permission to raise natural gas rates 5.8% over three years beginning in 2008.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of June 18, 2007 (2007-06-18)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of June 18, 2007.


Accidental Injuries Increase Over Summer (2007-06-18)
This time of year is referred to as trauma season because the number of accidental injuries spikes between Memorial Day and Labor Day.


Lawmakers To Gather In NKY To Identify Growth Opportunities (2007-06-18)
Legislators from around the Commonwealth will meet tomorrow to discuss issues and initiatives critical to northern Kentucky.


Thousands Of Volunteers To Clean Up Ohio River's Shores (2007-06-15)
Activists from six states along the Ohio River will join forces this weekend for the 19th Annual Riversweep Cleanup Project.


Local Business Stock Performance on Simply Money (2007-06-15)
Nathan talks with Steve Watkins, banking and finance reporter for the Cincinnati Business Courier, about local companies and their stock performance, and is joined by his son, Micah Bachrach, who helps make market predictions using a 'professional grade Magic 8 Ball', on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on June 14, 2007.


New Program Helps Boost Low-Income Home Ownership (2007-06-15)
The program is a partnership between Third Federal Savings and Loan, Communities United for Action, and Working In Neighborhoods, and helps low-income home buyers from becoming victims of predatory lending or foreclosure.


Annual Fan Drive For Needy Begins This Weekend (2007-06-15)
The Saint Vincent DePaul Society will begin accepting donations this weekend for its annual fan drive.


More Study Needed In Research Of Childhood Aneurysms (2007-06-14)
New research shows common beliefs about the cause of childhood aneurysms may be wrong.


KY Senator Williams Faces Ethics Complaint (2007-06-14)
A government watchdog group has filed an ethics complaint against Kentucky Senate President, David Williams.


Fletcher Plans To Call Special Session On Energy Incentives (2007-06-14)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher says he still intends to call a special legislative session on energy incentives as early as possible.


Westwood Will Be Home To Next Citirama (2007-06-14)
Citirama is a home showcase presented by the City of Cincinnati and the Home Builders Association, and is part of an effort to increase home ownership in Cincinnati's neighborhoods.


Banks Riverfront Development Project Reaches 'Milestone' (2007-06-14)
Banks Working Group Chairman, Bob Castellini, today named a minority-owned company to be equal partner with Carter Real Estate, and that an agreement was reached on a master development deal.


Real Estate Definitions on Real Life Real Estate Investing (Re-broadcast) (2007-06-14)
Vena is joined by Mr. Drew once again, and they gather some of the most frequently asked real estate questions to present a "definitions" show, so get out your pad and pencil for WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, originally broadcast on November 1, 2006, re-broadcast on June 13, 2007.


New Corruption Allegations Don't Trouble Fletcher (2007-06-14)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher is back from an economic development trip to Asia, and addressed corruption allegations leveled by former chief highway engineer, Sam Beverage.


Kentucky Pension Plan Woes Remain Unresolved (2007-06-13)
In Kentucky's capitol, a state commission continues efforts to find ways to eliminate a $12 billion deficit in state employee retirement plans.


Judge Orders Health Alliance To Pay Over $4M In Legal Fees (2007-06-13)
The ruling concerns a lawsuit between the Health Alliance and Christ Hospital and Saint Luke Hospital, both of which left the Alliance last year.


Department Of Job & Family Services Overdue For Overhaul (2007-06-13)
Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune acknowledged the lack of proper direction of the Department of Job and Family Services from the county, and outlined changes and updates that will occur within the next year.


Researchers Test Effectiveness Of Hypothermia In Treatment Of Strokes (2007-06-13)
A team of University of Cincinnati scientists is advancing research aimed to determine whether cooling a stroke patient's body temperature could help them respond better to medications.


Transforming Cultures and the Inventors' Fair on BusinessWise (2007-06-13)
Crystal and Tom talk with Jeff Gleich about being a part of the third generation in the family business, G&G Manufacturing, and how he's helping the 61-year-old company adapt to the 21st Century; and with Doug Roberts, Partner with Thompson Hine LLP and president-elect of the Greater Cincinnati Venture Association, about the GCVA's annual Greater Cincinnati Inventors' Fair, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on June 12, 2007.


I-471 Improvement Plans To Be Unveiled At Public Meeting (2007-06-13)
The open house runs from 4 to 7 this evening at the Southgate Community Center, and will be an opportunity for the public to view the plans for improvements to the Interstate 471 corridor.


Kentucky Continues Suit Against Drug Companies (2007-06-12)
The Kentucky Attorney General's office has gotten approval to continue using an outside law firm to help recoup alleged overcharges by pharmaceutical companies.


Restaurants Combat SIDS In Annual Week-Long Fundraiser (2007-06-12)
Chef Jean Robert de Cavel's annual 'Seven Days for SIDS' fundraiser is in progress.


KY Primary Results Now Official: Fletcher vs. Beshear In November (2007-06-12)
The Kentucky State Board of Elections has certified the results of the May 22nd gubernatorial primary.


Chuck Brodsky LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-06-12)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Asheville-based songwriter and musician Chuck Brodsky to Studio 89 where he performs some songs from his latest CD 'Tulips For Lunch' and talks with Pam Temple, broadcast on June 11, 2007. Find out more about Chuck Brodsky at www.chuckbrodsky.com.


New Downtown Cincinnati Condo Building Goes For 'Green' Design (2007-06-12)
A new condo complex going into a building on Cincinnati's east side could be the first to benefit from the city's 15-year tax abatement for a 'green' residential building.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-06-11)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on June 8, 2007.


Mallory Re-Intoduces Summer Lunch Program (2007-06-11)
With help from local organizations and federal funding, Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory is continuing for another year a summer lunch program for the area's hungry kids.q


Former Fletcher Official's Guilty Plea Could Re-Open Hiring Probe (2007-06-11)
The only person convicted in the state hiring scandal involving Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher's administration is providing information that may spark a new investigation.


McConnell Wants Senate To Return To Immigration Legislation (2007-06-11)
Senate Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, is committed to working out an immigration bill, and feels the Senate is closer to it than we think.


Chris Thile and the How To Grow A Band LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-06-11)
Chris Thile of Nickel Creek stops by the studio with his new backing band, the How To Grow A Band, to talk with Pam Temple on the Front Porch, and to play some tunes LIVE from the new album 'How To Grow A Woman From the Ground', broadcast on June 10, 2007. Find out more about Chris Thile at www.christhile.com OR AT www.nickelcreek.com.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of June 11, 2007 (2007-06-11)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of June 11, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of June 11, 2007 (2007-06-11)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of June 11, 2007.


Increase In Sales Of Portable mp3 Players Mirrors Rise Of Hearing Problems (2007-06-11)
Portable audio media devices are most popular among teenagers. With constant access to their own playlist of music, prompting hours of continuous listening, some young people are running the risk of causing permanent hearing damage.


Rep. Schmidt Opposes Bush Backed Immigration Bill (2007-06-11)
Congresswoman Jean Schmidt from Ohio's 2nd District addressed a Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce audience at lunchtime and stressed what she believes is a need to address border security before passing new immigration laws.


'High School Musical' Opens At Carnegie Center (2007-06-08)
The latest Disney film to be brought to life on stage opens tonight at the Carnegie in Covington. 'High School Musical' has a following among teens and pre-teens, but the sweet story has universal appeal.


$55 Billion Invested So Far This Year - How Much Of It Went Overseas? on Simply Money (2007-06-08)
Nathan and Ed ask listeners, of the $55 billion invested by individuals in the United States so far this year, how much left the country? and the answer may surprise you, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on June 7, 2007.


Youth Entrepreneurialism on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-06-07)
Vena talks with Jazz Brenton, the 15-year-old founder of teenrei.com, and with Ken Edmonds, who teaches entrepreneurship to young adults nationwide, about the very real potential of motivated kids who have that creative, pioneering spirit and business savvy, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on June 6, 2007.


Health Care Issues and Changing Careers on BusinessWise (2007-06-06)
Crystal and Tom talk with Tom Anthony, Partner with Frost Brown Todd LLC, about the legal aspects of the health care industry; and with Nat Comisar, the well-known CEO of the famous Maisonette restaurant and now a Realtor with Sibcy Cline, about how and why he made this surprising transition, and how he has made a success of it, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on June 5, 2007.


Bike Ride Fundraiser Will Benefit Breast Cancer Prevention (2007-06-06)
Three Cincinnati men are collaborating on an event this weekend to honor the women in their lives who have faced breast cancer. More information at www.ridecincinnati.org.


Stoll Vaughan LIVE in Studio 89 (2007-06-05)
This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Kentucky native Stoll Vaughan to Studio 89 where he performs some songs from his latest CD 'Love Like A Mule' and talks with Pam Temple, broadcast on June 4, 2007. Find out more about Stoll Vaughan at www.stollvaughan.com.


Summer Is Burn Season - Not Just Sunburns Either (2007-06-05)
As warmer weather approaches, the number of burn patients goes up, but doctors say common sense can help prevent most burns.


Ohio Participates In Annual Nationwide Commercial Vehicle Inspection (2007-06-04)
Roadcheck 2007 will be carried out on roadways from Mexico to Canada, and Ohio will participate in the program, which focuses on homeland security and vehicle-safety issues.


Experimental Gel Comprised Of Human Blood Platelets Could Improve Wound Treatment (2007-06-04)
Doctors are looking at a new treatment for skin wounds, but this gel is far different than the antibiotic cream in your medicine cabinet now.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-06-04)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on June 1, 2007.


Downtown Cincinnati's New Parking Meters Will Standardize Rates (2007-06-04)
The new meters will charge a quarter for every minutes, will continue to offer the first ten minutes free, and start going up on downtown sidewalks tomorrow.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of June 4, 2007 (2007-06-04)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of June 4, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of June 4, 2007 (2007-06-04)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of June 4, 2007.


Alice Peacock LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-06-04)
Alice Peacock stops by the studio to talk with Michael Grayson, and to play some tunes LIVE from her new album 'Who I Am', broadcast on June 4, 2007. Find out more about Alice Peacock at www.alicepeacock.com.


Four Former Fletcher Administration Officials Face Ethics Charges (2007-06-01)
Four men indicted and pardoned during Kentucky's lengthy state hiring probe are now accused of violating the state's ethics code.


Working Class Villain LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-06-01)
Aaron Hedrick of Working Class Villain stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE in advance of this weekend's Bandkamp event to benefit the Kidney Foundation of Greater Cincinnati at the East End Cafe , broadcast on June 1, 2007. Find out more about Bandkamp at www.bandkamp.org and more about Working Class Villain at www.myspace.com/workingclassvillain.


This Weekend Marks Summerfair's 40th Anniversary (2007-06-01)
Summerfair will be celebrating its 40th anniversary this weekend at Coney Island.


The Stock Market Makes Up 7 Years of Lost Ground on Simply Money (2007-06-01)
A hypothetical dollar invested in the stock market in 2000 would finally be worth a dollar again after a rocky 7 year run, which Nathan and Ed talk about today, as well as take listeners' phone calls, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on May 31, 2007.


Brain Cancer Survivor's Coast-to-Coast Flight Raises Awareness (2007-06-01)
A Kentucky native is flying across the U.S. in a restored World War II plane to raise brain cancer awareness.


Hamilton County Restaurant Inspection Records Now Available Online (2007-06-01)
Inspection reports for supermarkets, nursing homes, school cafeterias and day care centers are also available on the Hamilton County General Health District's website, www.hamiltoncountyhealth.org.


Kentucky Universities' Domestic Partner Policies Clash With Constitution (2007-06-01)
Kentucky's Attorney General says domestic partner benefits at the state's two largest public universities are in conflict with a recent amendment to the state constitution.


New Moms CAN Lose Baby Weight (2007-05-31)
If you've recently had a baby and think you will never lose the weight, think again.


Vote Recount Confirms Napier's Loss In KY Treasurer's Race (2007-05-31)
The winner remains the same after a statewide recanvass of votes cast in last week's Republican primary race for Kentucky State Treasurer.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-05-31)
The end of the month means it's time for question and answer week on Real Life Real Estate Investing, and this week Vena is joined by landlording expert, Missy McCall-Hammonds, to answer listeners' calls and e-mails, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on May 30, 2007.


Travel Agents Expecting Lucrative Summer (2007-05-31)
AAA reports that 67% of travel agency managers expect an increase in summer travel.


Two Trolleys Will Begin Service "'Round Town" This Weekend (2007-05-30)
A gasoline trolley made a debut at P&G this morning. It is one of two that will begin operation in downtown Cincinnati this Friday.


Housing Industry Trends and Top 10 Sales & Marketing Ideas on BusinessWise (2007-05-30)
Crystal and Tom talk with Dave Wittekind, President of the Home Builders Association of Cincinnati, and Dan Hendricks, Executive Director, about trends in the housing industry and what type of growth we can expect in our region; and also with Dale Justice & Gene Young, founding partners of Justice & Young Advertising and Public Relations, about their "Top 10 Ideas You Can Use to Improve Your Sales & Marketing", on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on May 29, 2007.


David Wolfenberger LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-05-30)
David Wolfenberger stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE in advance of his appearance at this weekend's Summerfair at Coney Island, broadcast on May 30, 2007. Find out more about David Wolfenberger at http://bluejordan.com/david/.


Mallory Courts Retailers For Downtown Opportunities (2007-05-30)
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory is hoping a recent trip to the convention of the International Council of Shopping Centers will result in some new businesses showing an interest in downtown locations.


Doctors Study Health Benefits Of Stem Cells For Cardiovascular Disease Patients (2007-05-30)
Doctors across the nation are collaborating on a study to inject stem cells into areas of the heart that aren't getting enough blood supply.


Commissioners Bypass Voters, Approve Tax Hike For County Jail (2007-05-30)
Commissioners Todd Portune and David Pepper outnumbered Pat DeWine today, approving a Hamilton County tax increase to fund a new county jail, without putting the measure to a public vote.


At Cincinnati Visit, U.S. Int'l Trade Official Forecasts Continuing Growth (2007-05-29)
Frank Lavin, U.S. Undersecretary for International Trade, spoke at a business luncheon in downtown Cincinnati today about good news for the U.S. economy, but not everyone shared his view.


Get Healthy Seniors! Health and Wellness Fair Can Help (2007-05-29)
There are many ways to improve your overall health and fitness that may be much easier or less time consuming than you think. A free health and wellness fair this week is designed especially for seniors.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-05-28)
Frank talks with Sally Schwartz of the Chicago Antique Market, and answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 25, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of May 28, 2007 (2007-05-28)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of May 28, 2007.


HIV Treatment Improves, But Presents Other Health Complications (2007-05-28)
People are living longer with HIV, and the chances of survival continue to increase as more effective drugs and medicines are developed, but some of the regimens that are improving patients' quality of life are now being linked to other serious health complications.


Remembering the Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire 30 Years Later (2007-05-28)
Thirty years ago today, the showplace of the nation burned to the ground. The fire at the Beverly Hills Supper Club in Southgate, Kentucky remains one of the worst fires in U.S. history. One hundred sixty-five people were killed and thousands of lives were affected by the devastating blaze. As a result, national fire regulations were rewritten and code enforcement improved. Could such a tragedy happen again?


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of May 28, 2007 (2007-05-28)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of May 28, 2007.


Taft Museum's 75th Anniversary Will Present Full Year Of Events (2007-05-25)
The Taft Museum will turn 75 on November 29, but a year's worth of exhibitions and events begins on September 7 with the first of several special exhibitions.


The Get Up Johns LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-05-25)
The Get Up Johns stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick in advance of their appearance at the Southgate House Lounge on May 25, and to play some tunes LIVE from their new album 'Trouble In Mind', broadcast on May 24, 2007. Find out more about the Get Up Johns at www.getupjohns.com OR AT www.myspace.com/getupjohns.


Kate Campbell LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-05-25)
Kate Campbell stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick in advance of her appearance tonight at the Zion United Church of Christ in Norwood on May 25, and to play some tunes LIVE from her new album 'For the Living of These Days', broadcast on May 25, 2007. Find out more about Kate Campbell at www.katecampbell.com.


Cincinnati Regional Chamber Launches Multi-Cultural Tourism Effort (2007-05-25)
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber recognizes the multi-cultural segment of the tourism industry is an important part of attracting visitors to our area. More information on the 'Mosaic Culture' program is available at www.cincinnatiusa.com.


Cincinnati Regional Chamber Launches Multi-Cultural Tourism Effort (2007-05-25)
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber recognizes the multi-cultural segment of the tourism industry is an important part of attracting visitors to our area. More information on the 'Mosaic Culture' program is available at www.cincinnatiusa.com.


The Get Up Johns LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-05-25)
The Get Up Johns stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick in advance of their appearance at the Southgate House Lounge on May 25, and to play some tunes LIVE from their new album 'Trouble In Mind', broadcast on May 24, 2007. Find out more about the Get Up Johns at www.getupjohns.com OR AT www.myspace.com/getupjohns.


Ceremony Celebrates Spring Grove Cemetary As New National Historic Landmark (2007-05-25)
Cincinnati's Spring Grove Cemetary, established in 1845, was designated as a National Historic Landmark in a ceremony this afternoon.


Communities Prepare For Safe, Healthy Pool Season (2007-05-25)
Memorial Day is typically the day most public pools open, but before anyone's allowed in the water, the pool must pass a detailed inspection.


How Much Will We Pay For Gas? on Simply Money (2007-05-25)
In response to a Washington Post/ABC News poll, Nathan and Ed conduct another of their decidedly unscientific listener sentiment surveys to try to find out what the tipping point for gasoline prices is: How much will gas cost when consumers finally throw up their hands and say, "I've had it"?, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on May 24, 2007.


The Get Up Johns LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-05-25)
The Get Up Johns stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick in advance of their appearance at the Southgate House Lounge on May 25, and to play some tunes LIVE from their new album 'Trouble In Mind', broadcast on May 24, 2007. Find out more about the Get Up Johns at www.getupjohns.com OR AT www.myspace.com/getupjohns.


Smash Hit 'Mamma Mia!' Comes To Aronoff Stage (2007-05-25)
Inspired by the music of Abba, 'Mamma Mia!' is a feel good funny show. It's showing at the Aronoff Center through Sunday during a special limited engagement.


Memorial Day Weekend Brings Expanded 'Taste Of Cincinnati' (2007-05-24)
'Taste of Cincinnati', the nation's longest-running culinary arts festival, returns this Memorial Day Weekend.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-05-24)
Vena presents a special edition of Question and Answer Week with guest James Flax, attorney-at-law, who takes listeners' questions about real estate law and legal issues, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on May 23, 2007.


Delta Orders New Planes For Comair, Doesn't Rule Out Sell Off (2007-05-24)
Comair's new planes will feature more 50% more seats, a new paint job, and a first class cabin for the first time in the carrier's history, however Delta still acknowledges the possibility of its selling the subsidiary.


Groups Clash Over Beliefs In Advance Of Creation Museum Opening (2007-05-24)
A grassroots organization is circulating petitions nationwide against the Creation Museum scheduled to open Monday in Petersburg, Kentucky.


Senator Bunning Urges Unity For Kentucky Republican Party (2007-05-24)
Senator Jim Bunning is throwing his support behind Governor Ernie Fletcher in this fall's gubernatorial election, and says Republicans will lose at the polls unless they come together.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-05-24)
Vena presents a special edition of Question and Answer Week with guest James Flax, attorney-at-law, who takes listeners' questions about real estate law and legal issues, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on May 23, 2007.


Beshear Secures Democratic Nomination In KY Governor's Race (2007-05-23)
It was an exciting night in Frankfort for a large crowd of supporters of Kentucky gubernatorial candidate Steve Beshear, who avoided a runoff and clinched the Democratic nomination.


NKY Already Looking To Next Generation Of Wealth Building (2007-05-23)
Andrew Schaeffer, Chair of Northern Kentucky 2015, told a United Way luncheon that the area will need to continue its efforts in order to compete in the future.


NKY Already Looking To Next Generation Of Wealth Building (2007-05-23)
Andrew Schaeffer, Chair of Northern Kentucky 2015, told a United Way luncheon that the area will need to continue its efforts in order to compete in the future.


Rosenthal's Gift To NKU Theatre Department Is Largest In School History (2007-05-23)
Well-known area Arts benefactors, Lois and Richard Rosenthal, have given the Northern Kentucky University Theatre and Dance Department a $1.5 million endowment, which is the largest gift to an academic department in the history of the university.


Getting Things Done & Removing Obstacles on BusinessWise (2007-05-23)
Crystal and Tom talk with Krissi Barr, founder and CEO of Barr Corporate Success, about improving profitability and performance; and also with Ray Attiyah, Founder and President of Midwest Manufacturing Solutions, a Cincinnati-based business improvement firm about solving business and management needs for companies to rapidly improve their bottom lines & personnel, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on May 22, 2007.


Primary Voters Give Fletcher Chance At Second Term (2007-05-23)
If Ernie Fletcher wins in November, it will mark his second term, but for his running mate, it will be the first.


NKY Already Looking To Next Generation Of Wealth Building (2007-05-23)
Andrew Schaeffer, Chair of Northern Kentucky 2015, told a United Way luncheon that the area will need to continue its efforts in order to compete in the future.


With Northup's Primary Defeat, Bunning Will Now Support Fletcher (2007-05-23)
During the GOP gubernatorial primary, U.S. Senator Jim Bunning attacked the winner, Governor Ernie Fletcher. Now they are going to have to work together.


With Stumbo's Gubernatorial Run, Voters Will Elect New AG Tuesday (2007-05-22)
Four Republicans and two Democrats are running for Attorney General in Tuesday's primary election in Kentucky.


Senator Bunning Opposes New Immigration Legislation (2007-05-22)
Kentucky Republican Jim Bunning kicked off the Senate debate on immigration legislation yesterday.


Third 'Sanders Family' Installment Opens At Playhouse (2007-05-22)
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is welcoming back the Sanders Family in an all new show from the creators of 'Smoke on the Mountain' and 'Sanders Family Christmas'.


Banks Project Developer Turns To Home Buyers For Input (2007-05-22)
Atlanta-based AIG Carter, Master Developer for the Banks Riverfront Development Project, is conducting an online survey to find out what prospective home buyers would look for in the development. Find the survey at www.thebankscincinnati.net.


UC Narrows Budget Deficit To Less Than $1 Million (2007-05-22)
By law, the University of Cincinnati must balance its budget every year, and after shaving more than $25 million of its projected deficit is expected to do so by a June 30th deadline.


Grayson, LuAllen Defend Their Offices In Primary, General Election (2007-05-22)
In Tuesday's primary election in Kentucky, three Democrats are vying for the chance to take on incumbent Secretary of State Trey Grayson in November.


Lake Cumberland Ready For Memorial Day Boaters (2007-05-22)
After months of reports about problems with the Wolf Creek Dam, officials in Kentucky want visitors to know that Lake Cumberland is open for business during repairs.


Commentary: Need An Excuse NOT To Vote In KY Primary? Here's Another (2007-05-21)
Kentucky's gubernatorial primary is tomorrow, but commentator Dr. Ryan Teten gives you an excuse not to go to the polls. Dr. Teten is a professor of Political Science at Northern Kentucky University. His views are not necessarily those of Northern Kentucky University, its Board of Regents, or WNKU.


Suspended Dallas Priest Performed Private Masses In Cincinnati (2007-05-21)
The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests is concerned about a report by the Cincinnati Archdiocese regarding a suspended Dallas priest who performed home masses in Cincinnati, and may still be living in the area.


Historic Meeting Between County Commissioners, Cincy School Board (2007-05-21)
The meeting takes place tonight at 7:00 in the Cincinnati Board of Education auditorium, and should include the establishment of a list of priories the two bodies can cooperate on.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of May 21, 2007 (2007-05-21)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of May 21, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of May 21, 2007 (2007-05-21)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of May 21, 2007.


Crowded Field Of Candidates For Kentucky State Treasurer (2007-05-21)
The State Treasurer's race in Tuesday's primary election in Kentucky features four Democrats and four Republicans.


Possibility Of Runoff Still Hazy Before Primary Election (2007-05-21)
The nine people still in the Kentucky Governor's race hope to find out tomorrow who will be each party's nominee for the fall election.


Search Committee Seeks To Avoid Controversy In Hiring CPE President (2007-05-21)
The field of candidates has been narrowed in the search for a new president of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education.


For HIV/AIDS Patients, Prayer Can Be Powerful (2007-05-21)
Being affiliated with a religion can help HIV/AIDS patients. University of Cincinnati researchers have been studying the connection.


SW Ohio Health Depts. Offer Free, Safer Digital Thermometers (2007-05-21)
Hamilton, Clermont, and Butler Counties are accepting mercury thermometers (for taking children's temperatures) in exchange for a safer digital thermometer.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-05-21)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 18, 2007.


Last Year's Success Prompts Freedom Center To Re-Introduce Summer Programs (2007-05-21)
The summer program at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will include gallery workshops and story-telling, and will run from June 19 to August 10.


Cincinnati Art Museum Reopens Asian Gallery This Weekend (2007-05-18)
This Saturday, the Cincinnati Art Museum will open to the public its renovated Asian Art Galleries.


Could You Please Repeat That? No Better Time To Get Hearing Checked (2007-05-18)
Hearing loss by noise exposure is the most preventable type. If you haven't had your hearing checked since you were in school, now might be a good time.


Assessing Performance of the 'Greased Palm Index' on Simply Money (2007-05-18)
It has been three years since Nathan and Ed made a fictional purchase of shares from the 36 real companies in the fictional 'Greased Palm Index', and they mark the occasion by offering a prize to the listener who can guess the GPI's performance against established market barometers, and the answer may not surprise you, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on May 17, 2007.


Kentucky Law Enforcement Prepares For Boating Season (2007-05-17)
Two of Kentucky's top law enforcement agencies are joining forces to launch a joint campaign aimed at making the state's highways and waterways safer this summer.


Renovating For Rental Or Resale on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-05-17)
Vena talks with Jerry Fink, of CJ Phoenix, LLC. and the President of Cincinnati REIA, about renovating real estate properties for different situations, and answer listeners' questions, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on May 16, 2007.


Police Memorial Honors Fallen Officers (2007-05-17)
As Memorial Day approaches, Cincinnati Police and other area officers are remembering their comrades in a ceremony downtown today.


Grayson Predicts Low Primary Election Turnout (2007-05-16)
Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson is predicting a low voter turnout for next Tuesday's gubernatorial primary election.


Hamilton County Jail Is Subject Of Public Meeting Tonight (2007-05-16)
The first public hearing on a proposal for a new Hamilton County Jail takes place tonight at 6:30 at the Bond Hill Community Center.


Northern Kentucky's Recent Successes and Optimizing Search Engine Rankings on BusinessWise (2007-05-16)
Crystal and Tom talk with Steve Stevens, President of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, and John Cain, Chairperson of the Chamber's Board of Directors, about Northern Kentucky's recent growth and development; then they talk with Steve Phillips, President of Purple Trout, why businesses should consider Search Engine Optimization and how to increase their search engine ranking, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on May 15, 2007.


Banks Working Group Takes 30 More Days To Resolve Issues (2007-05-16)
At a public meeting yesterday, the Banks Working Group announced that it will take 30 more days to address issues and concerns surrounding the riverfront building project, including minority involvement in the development.


Poll Shows Most Ohioans Are Undecided On '08 Presidential Race (2007-05-16)
The latest Ohio Poll and Quinnipiac University Poll show similar results among registered Democrats and Republicans in Ohio in regards to the 2008 presidential election.


Candidate Harper Makes Final Push With New Campaign Ad (2007-05-16)
Kentucky Republican gubernatorial hopeful Billy Harper is unleashing a new television ad that takes his two opponents to task for their attacks on each other.


Consider Fitness Camps For Kids This Summer (2007-05-15)
It's almost time for kids to start their summer vacations. If you're trying to figure out what you're going to do to entertain them, it's not too late to think about enrolling them in camp.


Kentucky College Savings Fund Shows Significant Growth (2007-05-15)
A state-sponsored college savings plan in Kentucky has hit a significant milestone in assets.


Sondheim Receives Sachs Fund Prize At Playhouse (2007-05-14)
Renowned lyricist and composer, Stephen Sondheim, is being honored for his contributions to Cincinnati-area theatre.


Stressed Out? Accentuate the Positive (2007-05-14)
Everyone experiences stress in their life, both good and bad, but it is important to minimize the negative stress, because over time it can overwhelm your body.


Special Session In Frankfort Appears Likely (2007-05-14)
It looks more likely that Kentucky lawmakers will be speding some time in Frankfort this summer.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-05-14)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 11, 2007.


Kentucky Works With Feds For Pandemic Preparedness (2007-05-14)
Kentucky health officials say they're prepared to handle a flu epidemic. They've released an updated version of the pandemic readiness plan.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of May 14, 2007 (2007-05-14)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of May 14, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of May 14, 2007 (2007-05-14)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of May 14, 2007.


City Manager Ignites 'Can Do' Cleanup Effort In Avondale (2007-05-14)
As promised, following a 90 day cooperative cleanup effort in Price Hill, City Manager Milton Dohoney has started the project in the Avondale neighborhood.


Mail Carriers Collect Food For Needy This Weekend (2007-05-11)
Mail carriers in the Tri-State and across the country will be collecting food for the needy tomorrow as part of the Postal Service's annual 'Stamp Out Hunger' Food Drive.


Kentucky Firefighters Battle Florida Wildfires (2007-05-11)
With fire-fighting forces stretched thin in wildfire-ravaged Florida, Kentucky has sent reinforcements to aid the effort.


Newborn Sumatran Rhino Is Highlight Of This Season's Zoo Babies (2007-05-11)
The Cincinnati Zoo is preparing to show off its newest additions. Zoo Babies begins tomorrow.


Researchers Test Possible Osteoporosis Cure (2007-05-11)
Doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center are testing what they say could be a cure for osteoporosis.


Coney Island Hosts 38th Annual Appalachian Festival (2007-05-11)
The Appalachian Festival runs all weekend at Coney Island. The Festival goes until 9:00 tonight, re-opens from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. tomorrow, and from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Sunday. More information is available at www.appalachianfestival.org.


Dow's Near Record Run Comes To Abrupt End on Simply Money (2007-05-11)
After gains in 24 of the last 27 sessions on Wall Street, marking the longest winning streak for the Dow Jones industrials since 1927, the Dow had its first triple-digit close in seven weeks, prompting Nathan and Ed to ask listeners, 'Is that it?', on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on May 10, 2007.


Day After Price Gouging Lawsuit, Marathon Oil Countersues (2007-05-11)
Marathon Oil has answered Kentucky Attorney General's gasoline price gouging lawsuit with a countersuit in federal court.


Wild Carrot LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-05-11)
Wild Carrot (with WNKU's very own Pam Temple!) stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE in advance of their performance at Northside's Off Avenue Studio and appearances at the Appalachian Festival, broadcast on May 10, 2007. Find out more about Wild Carrot at www.wildcarrot.net OR AT www.myspace.com/wildcarrotmusic.


Pulmonary Hypertension Treatment Improves (2007-05-10)
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are discovering new treatments to manage the blood vessel disorder, pulmonary hypertension.


Kentucky AG Sues Marathon For Price Gouging (2007-05-10)
Using its anti-price gouging law approved in 2004, Kentucky has become the first state to sue a major oil company over gasoline spikes.


Commissioners Pepper, Portune Introduce Plan For New County Jail (2007-05-10)
Hamilton County Commissioners David Pepper and Todd Portune along with the Hamilton County Sheriff and Police Chiefs from around the county are backing a comprehensive crime reduction plan that includes a new jail in Camp Washington.


Kentucky Wine Country? Southern Varietals Rise Again (2007-05-10)
Northern Kentucky grape growers hope to turn the region into a little Napa Valley. That dream may not be far off.


New Allegations Of Neglect At Erlanger Nursing Home (2007-05-10)
Kenton County attorney, Gary Edmondson, says he's received additional calls about neglect and abuse of the elderly at Villa Springs Nursing Center.


Miller's Withdrawal From Kentucky Governor's Race Becomes Official (2007-05-10)
Kentucky State Treasurer Jonathan Miller makes it official and files notice of the end of his campaign to become the Commonwealth's next governor.


Capitalizing On the Changing Market on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-05-10)
Vena talks with Jane Garvey, who is the founder of the Chicago Creative Investors Association and the Illinois Rental Property Owners Association, as well as being instrumental in the founding of the National Real Estate Investors Association, about capitalizing on a changing real estate market, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on May 9, 2007.


Gambling Issue Remains At Forefront In Kentucky Governor's Race (2007-05-09)
Expanded gambling continues to be a dominant issue at Kentucky gubernatorial forums.


Cyclists To Trace Unground Railroad Route, Stop At Freedom Center (2007-05-09)
Riders from the Adventure Cycling Association are riding along the path of the Underground Railroad from Alabama to Ontario, and plan a stop at Cincinnati's Freedom Center.


Honoring Career Women and The Art of the Deal on BusinessWise (2007-05-09)
Crystal and Tom talk about the 28th Annual YWCA Career Women of Achievement with Charlene Ventura, President & CEO of the YWCA of Greater Cincinnati, and Tillie Hidalgo Lima, one of this year's honorees and President & CEO of Best Upon Request; and with Peter Kubasek, Founder of the Malibu Group, and Tom Anthony, Partner with Frost Brown Todd LLC, both of whom have extensive deal making experience, about taking it from being a science to an art, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on May 8, 2007.


Sen. Bunning Says Federal Gas Tax Reduction Will Not Happen (2007-05-09)
Republican U.S. Senator, Jim Bunning, addressed the possibility that Congress will reduce the federal gasoline tax in the wake of rising prices at the pump.


Health Officials Say 'Skip Spring Cleaning' (2007-05-09)
If you were looking for a reason to avoid doing your spring cleaning, consider that researchers say an environment that's too clean is not good for your health.


Passport Denial Program Targets Traveling Deadbeat Parents (2007-05-09)
Under new federal guidelines, Hamilton County will make it tougher for people that owe back child support payments to travel outside the U.S.


Heimlich Challenges Schmidt For 2nd District Seat In '08 (2007-05-09)
Former Republican Hamilton County Commissioner, Phil Heimlich, will challenge GOP incumbent, Jean Schmidt, next year.


Duke Energy Will Offer Green-Power Option To Customers (2007-05-09)
In the near future, Duke Energy customers will be able to get their power from renewable resources including wind and solar.


Kentucky Work-Release Program Contract Raises Eyebrows (2007-05-09)
A $1 million litter and brush abatement contract involving Kentucky inmate labor has drawn scrutiny from a legislative oversight panel in Frankfort.


Hundreds Of Youths Get Summer Jobs Under Mayor's Initiative (2007-05-08)
More than 200 Cincinnati teens and young adults will learn important on-the-job skills this summer as part of Mayor Mark Mallory's Summer Youth Jobs Initiative.


Ohio's 1st Lady Previews CAM's Asian Art Gallery Renovation (2007-05-08)
Some area school children toured the Cincinnati Art Museum with Ohio First Lady, Frances Strickland, and got to see the newly renovated Asian Art Galleries, which will open to the public on May 19.


Groundbreaking Ceremony Today For Cincinnati's New IKEA Store (2007-05-08)
The new Cincinnati IKEA Home Furnishings is expected to open in early 2008 off the Union Centre Boulevard exit in West Chester.


Public Forum Will Address Environmental Links To Breast Cancer (2007-05-08)
Researchers are constantly learning more about the impact the environment has on our health, and UC will hold a public forum this weekend to explain the findings in everyday language that promotes understanding.


Commentary: Next Presidential Election All About the Benjamins? (2007-05-08)
The 2008 Presidential Election is changing all the rules. Suddenly scholars find themselves rewriting 200 years of electoral history as the election approaches. Commentator, Dr. Ryan Teten, is a professor of Political Science at Northern Kentucky University. His views are not necessarily shared by Northern Kentucky University, its Board of Regents, or WNKU.


UC Teams With NASA To Test Surgical Robots (2007-05-07)
NASA's 12th underwater extreme environmnet mission operation begins today, and the goal is to refine surgical procedures that are used in space voyages.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of May 7, 2007 (2007-05-07)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of May 7, 2007.


Miller Withdraws From Kentucky Governor's Race (2007-05-07)
State Treasurer, Jonathan Miller, has dropped out of the race for Kentucky Governor, leaving six candidates vying for the democratic nomination.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of May 7, 2007 (2007-05-07)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of May 7, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-05-07)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on May 4, 2007.


Sen. Bunning Urges Attention On Immigration Issue (2007-05-04)
U.S. Senator Jim Bunning of Kentucky believes immigrants are important to business in the state, but feels Congress must stop illegal immigration.


Up and Down Wall Street on Simply Money (2007-05-04)
Ed talks with Barron's Online Editor, Randall W. Forsyth, who writes the daily column 'Up and Down Wall Street', and takes listeners' phone calls about the financial market, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on May 3, 2007.


City Manager Praises Price Hill Cleanup Project (2007-05-04)
A 90-day effort to rid Price Hill's streets of trash and criminals had positive results, according to Cincinnati City Manager, Milton Dohoney.


Change In Seasons Brings Change In Air Quality (2007-05-04)
As summer approaches and the temperature begins to rise, the air you breathe is affected. You can find more information on air quality at www.air.ky.gov OR AT www.airnow.gov.


Health Officials Seeking Drop Inn Residents To Screen For Possible TB (2007-05-04)
The Hamilton County Tuberculosis Control Agency has recorded seven active cases of the disease in people who stayed at Over-the Rhine's Drop Inn Center between this past October and February. They have found and screened only 200 of the 800 residents who stayed there during the period.


Derby Crowd Gives Cash Infusion To KY Governor's Mansion Restoration (2007-05-04)
The fundraising effort to restore the Kentucky Governor's Mansion will get a boost tonight from a pre-Derby gala being held on the capitol grounds.


The Greencards LIVE on 89.7 WNKU (2007-05-03)
The Greencards stop by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE from their new album 'Viridian', broadcast on May 2, 2007. Find out more about The Greencards at www.thegreencards.com.


Section 8 & Fair Housing on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-05-03)
Vena talks with Dotty Hall, Housing Counselor with Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME), and with Elizabeth Brown, Executive Director of HOME, about Section 8 and Fair Housing, and takes listeners' calls, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on May 2, 2007.


Health Dept. Offers Free Session On Smoking Ban Compliance (2007-05-03)
The Cincinnati Health Department's session is presented today at 4:00 in conjuntion with the announcement that the ban will now be strictly enforced.


Gas Prices Spike Sharply (2007-05-03)
This week, gas prices at the pump in Ohio and Kentucky are approaching records set ini 2005 after Hurricane Katrina.


Ohio's Smoking Ban Enforcement Begins In Earnest Today (2007-05-03)
Ohio's statewide smoking ban technically went into effect in December after voters approved it last November, but a lack of specific rules and penalties lead to questions about how to enforce the ban. Today, those questions are answered.


Sen. Bunning Supports Bush's Going To War Without Seeking Opinions (2007-05-02)
Recent reports indicate President Bush never consulted the CIA Director or the Defense Secretary about going to war in Iraq, and Kentucky Senator Jim Bunning feels precedent for similar action exists in previous administrations.


For Diabetes Patients, Proper Diet Still the Best Medicine (2007-05-02)
As the cases of diabetes multiply, researchers struggle to find better treatments, and a recent study shows the impact of a healthy diet on diabetes sufferers.


Flying Pig Marathon Attracts More Participants Than Ever (2007-05-02)
Events surrounding this weekend's 9th Annual Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon has already generated a lot of interest, including a 25% increase in registrations, and an expected boost to the local economy.


KY Gubernatorial Candidate Henry Makes Appeals To State Workers (2007-05-02)
Kentucky Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Steve Henry has unveiled what he's calling his Contract With State Employees.


Residential & Commercial Real Estate on BusinessWise (2007-05-02)
Tom and guest host, Chuck Stevens, talk with Lee Robinson, Founder of Robinson Realtors, about the residential real estate market, and Alan Piker, Managing Principal of Cresa Partners, about the commercial real estate market, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on May 1, 2007.


Breast Cancer Survivors Gather For Celebration In Frankfort (2007-05-01)
Hundreds of breast cancer survivors in Kentucky traveled to Frankfort Monday to attend the First Lady's annual Celebration of Hope.


Swearing In Ceremony For New Law Grads At Kentucky's Capitol (2007-05-01)
It's Law Day in Kentucky and ceremonies were held at the State Capitol to mark the occasion.


Cincinnati Ranks 8th In Poor Air Quality (2007-05-01)
The American Lung Association based their rankings of polluted cities on ozone and particle pollution data, and Cincinnati made 8th on the list.


Humana Announces Expansion In Cincinnati (2007-05-01)
Humana will open a new service center in Cincinnati, bringing at least 330 new local jobs to the area.


Downtown Gathering Marks Anniversary Of Darfur Crisis (2007-05-01)
With Darfur Awareness Night tonight at 6:30 on Fountain Square, Cincinnati is one of 150 cities worldwide recognizing the fourth anniversary of the start of the humanitarian crisis in Darfur.


Recognize Stroke Symptoms, Reduce Risk Factors (2007-05-01)
There are many different kinds of strokes. In some cases, they're mild or even present themselves as symptoms come and go. On the other end of the spectrum are fatal strokes.


Rep. Davis Insists On War Funding Plan Without Timelines (2007-05-01)
Congressman Geoff Davis of Kentucky's 4th District backs the President on the issue of funding the war in Iraq without provisions for the withdrawal of U.S. troops in Iraq.


New Treatments Won't Prevent Rheumatoid Arthritis, But Improve Options (2007-04-30)
Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the worst forms of arthritis because it's an auto-immune disease, and it can also damage the internal organs. For more information, go to www.arthritis.org and enter key word 'ohio river valley'.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-04-30)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on April 27, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of April 30, 2007 (2007-04-30)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of April 30, 2007.


New Construction Will Close NKU's Main Entrance During Summer (2007-04-30)
The road construction project at the intersection of Nunn Drive and University Drive will close the main entrance to Northern Kentucky until at least late August.


'Best Of Taste' Competition Offers Great Food For Good Cause (2007-04-30)
The Annual 'Taste of Cincinnati' festival is scheduled for Memorial Day Weekend, as usual, but tonight at the 'Best of Taste' competition, you can sample the best of the best while supporting the Fisher House.


KY Statewide Drug Crackdown Successful Amid Funding Cuts (2007-04-30)
Drug enforcement authorities say despite drastic cuts in federal funding, statewide drug interdiction efforts are still netting impressive results.


Delta Emerges From Bankruptcy, Comair Celebrates (2007-04-30)
Comair President, Don Bornhorst, still awaits word from parent company, Delta Airlines, about whether the regional carrier will be sold, but for now he is optimistic.


Lawmakers' Budget Proposal Restores Voucher Program Strickland Cancelled (2007-04-30)
Ohio's bipartisan House Finance Committee voted unanimously to restore the school voucher program, which Governor Ted Strickland says he removed to ensure funding for other state priorities.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of April 30, 2007 (2007-04-30)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of April 30, 2007.


Senator McConnell Sides With President On Iraq Spending Bill (2007-04-27)
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell from Kentucky says the bill Congress just passed to fund the war in Iraq is a mandate for defeat.


Record-Setting Campaign For Fine Arts Fund (2007-04-27)
The Fine Arts Fund's most recent capital campaign, which began February 11, raised $11.761 million, exceeding its goal and breaking a record.


Annual 'Take Back the Night' Vigil Returns Tonight (2007-04-27)
The 18th Annual 'Take Back the Night' candlelight vigil and march takes place tonight, highlighted by a ceremony at the Millenium Peace Bell in Newport.


Another Record for the Dow on Simply Money (2007-04-27)
In light of the Dow's new record-setting close over 13,000 this week, Nathan and Ed take one of their decidely unscientific listener sentiment surveys, and engage in a round of some financial trivia with a contest as well, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on April 26, 2007.


This Weekend's MS Walk Is About Support Of All Kinds (2007-04-27)
The Multiple Sclerosis Society's Annual Walk this weekend is more about connecting people with others suffering from the disease than raising money. More information about MS and the MS Walk can be found at www.nationalmssociety.org OR AT www.tnicincinnati.com/msresearch.html.


Campbell Ridge Elementary Girls Prep For 5K Run...& More (2007-04-26)
Twelve young girls are participating in a new program at Campbell Ridge Elementary School, called 'Girls On the Run', designed to focus on the girls' physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being.


Home Developer Plans Donation To Children's Hospital (2007-04-26)
Most of the money from a $700,000 home being built in Sycamore Township by Eagle Homes will go to the Hematology-Oncology Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.


Cincinnati's New NAACP Chapter President Promises More Visibility (2007-04-26)
Christopher Smitherman, President of the Cincinnati Chapter of the NAACP, addressed issues and goals for the organization he heads during a community forum today.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-04-26)
It's the last Wednesday of the month and that means Question and Answer week, and joining Vena this week to answer listeners' calls and e-mails is Ray Nichols, two-time past president of Cincinnati REIA and an expert in the fields of private lending, renovation, and buying subject to, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on April 25, 2007.


Railroad Killer Survivor Speaks At KY Victims' Rights Day (2007-04-25)
The only known survivor of a serial killer who rode the rails to find his victims was the keynote speaker at ceremonies in Frankfort marking the 16th annual Crime Victims' Rights Day in Kentucky.


Employment Law and E-Mail Protocol on BusinessWise (2007-04-25)
Crystal and Tom talk with David Peck, Partner with Taft, Stettinius & Hollister and a Labor & Employment attorney, about employment law, and with Will Schwalbe, co-author of 'Send: The Essential Guide to E-Mail for Office and Home', about e-mail dos and don'ts, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on April 24, 2007.


KY Supreme Court Justice Weighs In On Child Welfare (2007-04-25)
The first Kentucky Summit on Children will be held this fall in Louisville.


UC Hosts USAF Trauma Readiness Training Program (2007-04-25)
The University of Cincinnati's Division of Trauma and Critical Care serves as a host facility for the U.S. Air Force's C-Stars training program, or the Center for the Sustainment of Trauma and Readiness Skills.


U.S. Senate Scrutinizes Bush's Authority Over National Guard (2007-04-25)
Yesterday, the Senate held a hearing to examine a bill passed last year that gave President Bush greater authority to take control of Kentucky's 7,000 National Guardsmen during an emergency.


Experts Advise Using Caution When Disposing Of Toxic Products (2007-04-24)
If you're doing some spring cleaning, you should be careful when you are disposing of products you may find in your garage or basement. You can find out more information from the Northern Kentucky Health District about household hazardous waste disposal at www.nkyhhw.org.


City Council To Discuss Regional Transit System With SORTA (2007-04-24)
Cincinnati City Councilmembers will meet with the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) Thursday and a regional transit system will be on the agenda.


Non-Profit Construction Group Works On More Than Just Buildings (2007-04-24)
Building Value is a Cincinnati deconstruction and material reuse center. The work crew is comprised of people with disabilities and disadvantages who in most cases don't have prior employment history. While working with Building Value, the crew receives job training in construction so they're then able to find permanent employment in the community. Find out more about Building Value at www.buildingvalue-cincy.org.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of April 23, 2007 (2007-04-23)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of April 23, 2007.


Children's Hospital Introduces New Recycling Initiative (2007-04-23)
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center announced the new program today as its way of recognizing Earth Day.


Zoo Expects Pregnant Rhino 'Emi' To Deliver By This Weekend (2007-04-23)
If all goes as planned, the new baby Sumatran rhino, who Cincinnati Zoo experts think is a male, will be on exhibit with his Mom, Emi, by Mother's Day.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-04-23)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on April 20, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of April 23, 2007 (2007-04-23)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of April 23, 2007.


Real Estate Group Unveils Phase One Of Banks Project (2007-04-23)
The Banks Project on Cincinnati's Ohio Riverfront is one more step closer to becoming a reality today after a public meeting during which Carter Real Estate presented preliminary plans and sketchs.


Commissioners Propose System To Predict Criminal Behavior (2007-04-23)
Hamilton County Commissioners Todd Portune and David Pepper have criminal targeting measures in mind that they are proposing to city and county officials.


Semi-Annual 'Downtown HopAround' Bounces Into Cincy Saturday (2007-04-20)
Join former Reds pitcher Tom Browning, former 'WKRP In Cincinnati' star Gary Sandy, Mayor Mark Mallory, and thousands more for the Cincinnati's Downtown HopAround Saturday night.


Reduce, Re-Use, Recycle: Earth Day Celebration Returns To Sawyer Point (2007-04-20)
Skyrocketing energy prices have consumers around the Tri-State looking for new ways to conserve power and save money. The Earth Day celebration ar Sawyer Point tomorrow is a place where you can gather ideas.


Story-Telling Festival At Kenton Co. Library This Weekend (2007-04-20)
The Erlanger branch of the Kenton County Public Library will hold its annual story telling festival tonight and tomorrow.


Local Business Stock Performance on Simply Money (2007-04-20)
Nathan and Ed talk with Steve Watkins, banking and finance reporter for the Cincinnati Business Courier, about local companies and their stock performance, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on April 19, 2007.


JJ Grey of MOFRO LIVE on 89.7 WNKU (2007-04-19)
JJ Grey of MOFRO stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE from the new album 'Country Ghetto', broadcast on April 18, 2007. Find out more about MOFRO at www.mofro.net.


Condo Conversions on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-04-19)
Vena talks with Bob Diamond, a practicing real estate attorney, real estate developer, and published author of three books on foreclosure investing, about condo conversions, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on April 18, 2007.


Mayor Mallory Announces 2nd Annual Youth Job Fair (2007-04-18)
The Second Annual Youth Jobs and Opportunities Fair will take place tomorrow at the Duke Energy Center in downtown Cincinnati.


Financial Literacy Month and Personal Financial Planning on BusinessWise (2007-04-18)
Crystal and Tom talk with Clarke Price, President and CEO of the Ohio Society of CPAs, about Financial Literacy Month this month and about the federal income tax filing deadline, and with Trey Isgrig, CPA and Managing Member of Isgrig Capital Asset Management, LLC., about planning and building personal wealth, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on April 17, 2007.


Citywide Project To Turn Trash Into Art (2007-04-18)
Artists from around the Tri-State are preparing for one of their most challenging events to date. ArtWorks will enlist them this summer to transform ordinary rubbish into display pieces to be auctioned off at the end of the season.


NKY Chamber Announces Strong Job Growth (2007-04-17)
Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Chairman, John Cain, announced thousands of new jobs were created in Northern Kentucky last year, with more growth expected in the years to come.


Post Office Plans For Late Tax Filers (2007-04-17)
The downtown Cincinnati Post Office will be open with window service until midnight tonight for last minute tax filers.


Special Session On KY State Pension Reform Unlikely (2007-04-17)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher doubts he will put state pension reforms on the agenda of any special legislative session he might call this year.


Religious Leaders Call For Extension Of Collaborative Agreement (2007-04-17)
The Cincinnati Police Department's collaborative agreement is set to expire this August, and local religious leaders are calling for an extension of the agreement.


Higher Prices At Pump For 3rd Straight Month (2007-04-17)
According to AAA, the average price for a gallon of regular gas in Kentucky is $2.78. In Ohio it is $2.80.


NKY Chamber Announces Strong Job Growth (2007-04-17)
Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Chairman, John Cain, announced thousands of new jobs were created in Northern Kentucky last year, with more growth expected in the years to come.


Minority Leader McConnell Of KY Addresses VA Tech Massacre (2007-04-17)
In Washington yesterday, lawmakers reacted with horror to the mass shooting at Virginia Tech. The tragedy is expected to have a lasting effect on business on Capitol Hill.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of April 16, 2007 (2007-04-16)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of April 16, 2007.


Cafe Serving Needy Children Celebrates 10th Year (2007-04-16)
A cafe that serves food to needy Tri-State children is celebrating its ten year anniversary.


Antiques and Historic Preservation on Keep Antiquing! (2007-04-16)
Frank talks with Gerald Miller about the Lebanon Conservancy Foundation's Antique Show and Auction on May 5th & 6th, and talks with listeners about their antiques, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on April 13, 2007.


'Pirates' Invade Cincinnati (2007-04-16)
Gilbert and Sullivan's most popular comic operetta ever, 'The Pirates of Penzance', opens tonight at the Aronoff Center. The founder of New York's Gilbert and Sullivan's Players, Albert Bergeret, describes the show as a comedy full of silliness.


More Charges Possible In Child Porn Sting (2007-04-16)
In collaboration with MSNBC's popular Internet sting program, 'To Catch A Predator', the Highland Heights Police Department made 11 arrests in a sting operation, with more people possibly facing charges.


Brent Spence Repairs Begin This Week (2007-04-16)
The Ohio Department of Transportation announced that repairs to the Brent Spence Bridge will begin this week and take place during nights and weekends.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of April 16, 2007 (2007-04-16)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of April 16, 2007.


Tax Preparation Software on Simply Money (2007-04-13)
Nathan and Ed talk with Tobie Stanger, Senior Editor with 'Consumer Reports', about her magazine's recent review of tax preparation software, just in time for the tax deadline, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on April 12, 2007.


Taft Museum Announces New Hours, Admission Price (2007-04-13)
Beginning May 15th, the Taft Museum of Art will increase its price of admission for adults by $1 to $8 per person, and will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and continue to be closed on Monday.


Everyone Has Stress - How You Manage It Is Key (2007-04-13)
Stress is a part of every single person's life, but the physiolgical effects of stress can be harmful over time.


Freedom Center Introduces New Exhibition Of Collected African-American Works (2007-04-13)
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center's new exhibition, part of a national tour and called 'In the Hands of African-American Collectors - the Personal Treasures of Bernard and Shirley Kinsey', opens today and runs through June 3.


Pros & Cons of Mortgage Brokers, Portfolio Lenders, and Hard Money Lenders on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-04-12)
Vena talks with Philip Forbes, President of Executive Home Mortgage, Inc., about mortgage brokering, with Michele Profant, Vice President of Columbia Savings Bank, about portfolio lending, and with John McEwen, a National Representative for Brookview Financial, about hard money lending, and answers listeners' calls and e-mails, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on April 11, 2007.


Food Borne Illness Tracking Improves (2007-04-12)
There have not necessarily been more instances of people getting sick from something they've eaten, health officials are just doing a better job of tracking where and how an illness originated.


2006 A Year Of Progress For Downtown Cincinnati (2007-04-12)
The non-profit agency, Downtown Cincinnati, Inc., released its annual 'State of Downtown' report, which cites several areas where Cincinnati's central business district improved.


Proposed Streetcar System Could Spur Downtown Business Growth (2007-04-12)
Cincinnati City Councilmember Chris Bortz and other community leaders and professionals are pushing a plan to introduce streetcars to Cincinnati's central city area.


Federal Grants Help Lure Businesses To OTR (2007-04-12)
Enzo's coffee and sandwich shop is the first business to relocate to Over-the-Rhine under a new grant program designed to bring businesses to the neighborhood to stay.


Commentary: 'Mission Creep' Could Be At Work In Iraq War (2007-04-12)
Mission Creep is a military term used to describe how a mission may expand, typically in small increments, and how the military operation soon looks much different than originally intended. Commentator and military analyst Colonel Dean Smittle says Mission Creep would certainly describe the President's surge plan in Iraq. Colonel Smittle takes a look at Mission Creep and explains how he thinks it will impact the National Guard and the Reserve Forces.


Dealing With the IRS on BusinessWise (2007-04-11)
Crystal and Tom talk with Howard Richshafer, a former IRS agent and a partner with the law firm Statman, Harris, & Eyrich, about criminal tax investigations and IRS examinations, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on April 10, 2007.


'Cloud-Breaking' Ceremony For Ascent Building (2007-04-11)
Local business and political officials will be on hand for a 'cloud-breaking' ceremony for the luxury condo building, The Ascent, on the Covington riverfront.


Young Adults At High Risk For HIV (2007-04-11)
Half of all new HIV infections are occurring among young adults under age 25.


Nazi Group Prompts City Council To Rewrite Parade Rules (2007-04-11)
A neo-Nazi group that intends to parade through Over-the-Rhine on April 20th has spurred Cincinnati City Council to revise parade permit regulations.


'Cloud-Breaking' Ceremony For Ascent Building (2007-04-11)
Local business and political officials will be on hand for a 'cloud-breaking' ceremony for the luxury condo building, The Ascent, on the Covington riverfront.


Bullying Invades Cyberspace (2007-04-10)
Another reason today why you should monitor your child while he or she is on the Internet or even using a cell phone.


Willy Porter LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-04-09)
Willy Porter stops by the studio to talk with Brian O'D and play some tunes LIVE from his new album 'Available Light', broadcast on April 7, 2007. Find out more about Willy Porter at www.willyporter.com.


Carol Ames LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-04-09)
Carol Ames stops by the studio to talk with Jenny Lynn and play some tunes LIVE from her new album 'Shades of Indigo, broadcast on April 6, 2007. Find out more about Carol Ames at www.carolames.com.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of April 9, 2007 (2007-04-09)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of April 9, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of April 9, 2007 (2007-04-09)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of April 9, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-04-09)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, just put 'Keep Antiquing!' in the subject line, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on April 6, 2007.


Car Shopping and Interest Rates on Simply Money (2007-04-06)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', and discuss the ups and downs of automobile shopping and interest rates, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on April 5, 2007.


New Techniques Help Detect Brain Clots Sooner (2007-04-06)
University of Cincinnati researchers are hopeful a new brain imagaing approach will help identify blood clots that traditionally difficult to detect.


Risk and Grow Rich on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-04-05)
Vena talks with Kendra Todd, author of 'Risk and Grow Rich - How to Make Millions In Real Estate' and the winner of Season 3 of 'The Apprentice', and takes listeners' calls, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on April 4, 2007.


Cincinnati Zoo Boasts Largest Tulip Display In Midwest (2007-04-05)
The sound of lawnmowers and 'play ball' is in the air. The clocks have been turned forward, and the birds have returned from a winter vacation in the South. But these aren't the only signs of spring around the Tri-State.


Best-Selling Author Gives Reading At NKU Campus (2007-04-04)
Northern Kentucky University is preparing for a visit from best-selling author, Kim Edwards. She'll visit the campus to sign autographs this evening and read excerpts from her book.


Doctors Find Medical Applications For Botox Beyond Vanity (2007-04-04)
Doctors are finding a treatment used to help erase the signs of aging is also effective at treating some less glamorous conditions. More info at www.netwellness.org.


PR Successes and Protecting Your Family on BusinessWise (2007-04-04)
Crystal and Tom talk with PR guru Raymond "Buz" Buse of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, who was recognized nationally this year as PRWeek's PR Professional of the Year and last year as the PR News' Media Relations Professional of the Year, and with Nancy Burns, an attorney with Schwartz Manes Ruby & Slovin, about why every adult should have an estate plan and to explain how the new Pet Trusts allow an owner to rest easy about his pet's care, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on April 3, 2007.


Warmer Weather Means Orange Barrel Season (2007-04-04)
The Ohio Department of Transportation has several road construction projects planned or underway for Cincinnati-area counties this year and beyond.


Arthritis Afflicts Kids Too (2007-04-03)
It can begin with a swollen joint or a fever. Your child may be stiff in the morning or complain of pain. These are all symptoms of juvenile arthritis.


MySpace Teams With Kentucky To Combat Online Predators (2007-04-03)
The popular online social networking service MySpace is partnering with Kentucky in the ongoing effort to restrict the online presence of sexual predators.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-04-02)
Frank answers listeners' calls and e-mails, and you too can e-mail digital photographs of your antiques to radio@nku.edu, and every week Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on March 30, 2007.


Vaccines Required For All Kids Entering School (2007-04-02)
There are a number of vaccines your child must have before entering school. If your son or daughter is scheduled to start kindergarten in the fall, now is the time to start thinking about scheduling an appointment to get the necessary vaccininations.


Excitement, Energy, Enthusiasm At Ballpark On Opening Day (2007-04-02)
Hope and anticipation permeated Great American Ballpark today as the Cincinnati Reds faced the Chicago Cubs for their regular season opener. The Reds won 5-1.


Opening Day Parade: A Cincinnati Tradition (2007-04-02)
The 88th Annual Findlay Market Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Parade begins at 11 a.m., and the Reds open their regular season against the Chicago Cubs at 2:10 p.m.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of April 2, 2007 (2007-04-02)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of April 2, 2007.


'Forever' Stamp Available Today (2007-04-02)
First-class postage will increase to $0.41 an ounce on May 14th, but starting today you can buy the 'Forever' stamp, which will be valid no matter what the price of postage in the future.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of April 2, 2007 (2007-04-02)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of April 2, 2007.


Tuition Hikes Likely At All Kentucky State Univerisities (2007-04-02)
Tuition increases for the 2007-2008 school year at five Kentucky public universities are on the agenda for Wednesday's meeting of the Council on Postsecondary Education.


Experts Say Allergy Season Will Be Back With Vengeance (2007-03-30)
If your eyes are watering, your nose is running, or you can't stop sneezing you don't need anyone to tell you allergy season is here, and unfortunately doctors say spring allergies will be bad this year.


Trusts and Estate Planning on Simply Money (2007-03-30)
Nathan is joined by Jamey Kurtzer, from the Law Offices of J. Louis Kurtzer, and they talk about trusts and estate planning and take listeners' calls and questions, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on March 29, 2007.


HamCo Library To Host Summer Enrichment Fair (2007-03-30)
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is hosting a summer enrichment fair tomorrow where you can learn about summer activities and programs.


Experts Say Allergy Season Will Be Back With Vengeance (2007-03-30)
If your eyes are watering, your nose is running, or you can't stop sneezing you don't need anyone to tell you allergy season is here, and unfortunately doctors say spring allergies will be bad this year.


Foreclosures, Already At Record Highs, Expected To Climb (2007-03-30)
Foreclosures are at record highs, and tactics designed to cut down on predatory lending practices may actually cause the number of filings to escalate even more.


Hamilton County Invites Residents To Turn Yard Waste Into Compost (2007-03-30)
Starting tomorrow, Hamilton County will offer residents three drop off locations for yard waste composting, which will remain open through the last weekend in November.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-03-29)
It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by buying 'subject to' expert, John Sousa, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on March 28, 2007.


Scariest Part Of Acupuncture Actually Not All That Bad (2007-03-29)
More than 65 commonly diagnosed conditions can be treated with acupuncture, which can be used alone or in combination with other conventional treatments.


Duke Energy Center Hosts Model Train Show (2007-03-29)
The Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati will be the site for this weekend's 20th Annual Great Train Expo.


Cincinnati's Temporary Pot Law Becomes Permanent (2007-03-29)
Cincinnati's one-year experimental marijuana ordinance was due to expire today, but City Council voted to make the law permanent.


Transportation Officials Present I-75 Expansion Plans (2007-03-29)
Ohio Transportation officials are unveiling the latest plans for the Millcreek Expressway Project at a public meeting at the St. Bernard Municipal Building.


Psion Teklogix Expands U.S. Headquarters in NKY (2007-03-29)
Psion Teklogix, a technology company that deals in mobile computers, will move its US headquarters to a larger space in a new office park near CVG.


KY Gubernatorial Hopeful Beshear Outlines Health Care Plan (2007-03-29)
As he continues to roll-out his campaign, Kentucky Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Steve Beshear, is now proposing providing health care to all children.


KY Lawmakers Unsure How To Fund Possible Runoff Election (2007-03-29)
Consternation continues to grow over how to pay for a potential runoff in Kentucky's May 22nd gubernatorial primary election.


2007 KY Legislative Session Ends (2007-03-28)
Kentucky House and Senate leaders are now assessing the 2007 legislative session, which began in January and ended late last night.


Fletcher Assesses General Assembly's Performance (2007-03-28)
Now that the 2007 session of the Kentucky General Assembly is history, the performance reviews are coming in.


Contentious 'Boni Bill' Gains Last Minute Passage (2007-03-28)
Legislation approved in the final hours of the 2007 session of the Kentucky General Assembly will help improve job safety standards for social workers.


Jet Noise Study Helps Scientists Understand Larynx (2007-03-28)
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are learning more about the voice by using methods developed from the study of jet noise.


'Kick Butts Day' Encourages Kids To Shun Tobacco Use (2007-03-27)
In its 12th year, 'Kick Butts Day' is a chance for kids to stand up, speak out, and take control of the fight against tobacco.


Clinton Accepts Mallory's Invitation (2007-03-27)
A date has not yet been announced, but Bill Clinton will come to Cincinnati at Mayor Mark Mallory's request to discuss some of the city's issues.


KY General Assembly's Last Day (2007-03-27)
The 2007 session of the Kentucky General Assembly will end today, but lack of agreement on pension reforms has placed a considerable number of high profile bills in jeopardy.


KY General Assembly Considers Bill To Combat Heart Disease (2007-03-26)
The Kentucky General Assembly reconvenes today, and supporters of a program to combat heart disease will be waiting to see if House Bill 185 gains final passage.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of March 26, 2007 (2007-03-26)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of March 26, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of March 26, 2007 (2007-03-26)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of March 26, 2007.


School Board VP Bates Announces City Council Candidacy (2007-03-26)
Cincinnati School Board member, Melanie Bates, is running for city council this year as a Charterite.


2007 Legislative Session May Stretch To Accomodate State Pension Reform (2007-03-26)
Kentucky lawmakers return to Frankfort today for the final two days of the 2007 legislative session, which began January 2.


Pension Reform Remains Unresolved With 2 Days Left In Session (2007-03-23)
In Frankfort, only a few Kentucky House democrats showed up for a briefing on a Senate proposal for overhauling state pension plans.


2006: Great Year For Tourism In NKY (2007-03-23)
Officials say 2006 was a record-breaking year for visitor spending in Northern Kentucky.


Bellydancing Provides Fun, Intense Workout (2007-03-23)
Believe it or not, bellydancing is a workout and it's probably more intense than you'd think because there's a lot more to it than dancing, and it's a lot more exciting than exercising.


New Plan For Medicare Has Local Implications (2007-03-22)
House Democrats are taking a close look at several federal health programs, especially Medicare. This week, a Medicare managed care plan is under the microscope. Later, it could be on the chopping block.


Hispanics Experience Barriers To Good Healthcare (2007-03-22)
The need for quality health care services is a growing concern in the Hispanic community.


If Elected, Beshear Will Create Jobs With New Energy Plan (2007-03-22)
Kentucky Democratic gubernatorial hopeful, Steve Beshear, has unveiled a six-point plan he says will create jobs and help the state achieve energy independence.


New Advances In Epilepsy Treatment To Be Unveiled At Symposium (2007-03-21)
There are many unknowns about epilepsy, often making it difficult to treat, but there is some good news for the estimated 20,000 people living in Greater Cincinnati who have the seizure disorder.


Gran Bel Fisher LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-03-21)
Gran Bel Fisher, this month's Artist-In-Residency at the Southgate House in Newport, KY., stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE from his debut album 'Full Moon Cigarette', broadcast on March 20, 2007. Find out more about Gran Bel Fisher at granbelfisher.com.


Tax Breaks You're Entitled To on BusinessWise (2007-03-21)
With less than 30 days until the April tax filing deadline, Crystal and Tom talk about tax breaks and take listeners' tax questions, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on March 20, 2007. PLEDGE YOUR SUPPORT OF WNKU and BUSINESSWISE! TWO BOOKS ON BUSINESS AND FINANCE ARE AVAILABLE FOR YOUR PLEDGE OF $100 OR $150. DETAILS AT WNKU.ORG - CLICK 'PLEDGE NOW'.


Stalled Projects Remain As 2007 Legislative Session Nears End (2007-03-21)
The fate of hundreds of millions of dollars in university capital projects hangs in the balance as the 2007 Kentucky General Assembly moves closer to adjournment.


10th Annual 'Canstruction' Kicks Off This Week At Aronoff Center (2007-03-20)
Design teams from around the Tri-State are finalizing plans for their entries in the Tenth Annual Canstruction competition this week at the Aronoff.


Exercise Even More Important For Arthritis Sufferers (2007-03-20)
It's essential to include physical activity in your life each day. For the millions of Americans who suffer from arthritis, it's even more important. More information about arthritis and exercise can be found at arthritis.org keyword "Ohio River Valley".


Local Officials Push For Levee Shopping Center Expansion (2007-03-20)
The expansion would require an extension of the Tourism Development Act, but opponents feel it would set a bad precedent.


Peace Rally Marks 4th Anniversary Of War In Iraq (2007-03-19)
A rally on Fountain Square will be one of several hundred planned across the country to promote peace. Organizers are calling for an immediate end to the war in Iraq.


Freestore Launches Capital Campaign (2007-03-19)
Cincinnati's Freestore Foodbank is more than halfway to it's goal of raising $14.5 million for upgrades and expansion.


Auctions on Keep Antiquing! (2007-03-19)
Frank talks with Jay Karp of Main Auction Galleries about upcoming auctions, and takes listeners' calls about their antiques, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on March 16, 2007. Remember, you can e-mail digital pictures of your anitiques to radio@nku.edu, put "Keep Antiquing!" in the subject line. PLEDGE YOUR SUPPORT OF WNKU and KEEP ANTIQUING! JOIN FRANK FOR A SHAKER VILLAGE TOUR AND A RIVERBOAT CRUISE and BRING A FRIEND ALONG FOR YOUR PLEDGE OF $365. DETAILS AT WNKU.ORG - CLICK 'PLEDGE NOW'.


Many Poisonings At Home Can Be Avoided (2007-03-19)
Children's Hospital Medical Center gets almost 20,000 calls about poison each month, but parents can take a few simple steps to prevent some common household accidents.


Physical Training Is Also About Preventing Injury (2007-03-19)
It's important when training for a marathon, a competition, or any physical activity to know the dos and don'ts.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of March 19, 2007 (2007-03-19)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of March 19, 2007.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of March 19, 2007 (2007-03-19)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of March 19, 2007.


5K Run Raises Money For Epilepsy Camp (2007-03-16)
This weekend, you can lace up your running shoes and run for the gold on Saint Patrick's Day Saturday when the Greater Cincinnati Foundation will host its annual Emeral Miles Run and Walk.


Financial Headlines on Simply Money (2007-03-16)
One week before the WNKU Spring Membership Drive, Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', and spend some more time during the program taking a broader and deeper look at the week's financial headlines, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on March 15, 2007. PLEDGE YOUR SUPPORT OF WNKU and SIMPLY MONEY - NATHAN AND ED'S FINANCIAL PLANNING PACKAGE IS YOURS FOR A PLEDGE OF $600. DETAILS AT WNKU.ORG - CLICK 'PLEDGE NOW'.


Genetic Testing Reveals Breast Cancer Recurrence Risk (2007-03-15)
A medical trial at U.C. is testing whether some breast cancer patients can be effectively treated without the use of chemotherapy.


Special Series: Local Soldier Shares Iraq Experience, Pt. 2 (2007-03-15)
It's now closed, but Abu Ghraib Prison was notorious for torture, abuse, and murder under Saddam Husseins' regime. It was taken over in 2004 and turned into a U.S. military prison, but the suffering didn't end.


Credit Repair and Management on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-03-15)
Vena talks with one of the top consumer strategists in the country, Tracy Ballard, about how to repair, manage and increase credit and credit scores, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on March 14, 2007. PLEDGE YOUR SUPPORT OF WNKU and REAL LIFE REAL ESTATE INVESTING! JOIN VENA AT THE 'MOLDING THE MILLIONAIRE MIND' CONFERENCE FOR YOUR PLEDGE OF $99 FOR ONE OR $149 FOR TWO. DETAILS AT WNKU.ORG - CLICK 'PLEDGE NOW'.


Researchers Target Kidney Disease Prevention (2007-03-14)
Diabetes is the most common cause of kidney disease. A team of University of Cincinnati specialists is working on a collaborative approach to prevent the disease.


Special Series: Local Vets Share Iraq Experience, Pt. 1 (2007-03-14)
The four year anniversary of the war in Iraq is approaching this weekend. For most of us, what is happening seems like a world away. But in this special series, Sara Wittmeyer introduces you to two local residents who've been to Iraq. Their vivid accounts of their time spent in the country help shed new light on a world most of us know through headlines or soundbites. You can read more about Sean Ardizzone in the March issue of 'Cincinnati Magazine'.


Investment Strategies and Tax Time on BusinessWise (2007-03-14)
Crystal and Tom talk with Bob LaFleur, Vice President, and Ellie Moffat, Vice President and Owner, of Bahl & Gaynor Investment Counsel. Bob focuses on the international markets, and Ellie discusses high quality, well-managed companies that have consistent earnings growth and pay a growing dividend. Then, with 35 days until the April tax deadline, Crystal and Tom review tax tips and answer questions, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on March 13, 2007.


Fletcher Visits KY Senate Prior To Assembly's Recess (2007-03-13)
The 2007 session of the Kentucky General Assembly is in a two-week recess. But before lawmakers left town late last night, an important visitor paid a visit to the Senate.


Hamilton County Jail Issue May Go To Special Summer Election (2007-03-13)
Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune hopes to have a special election in August to give voters the chance once again to approve or defeat a tax levy for a new county jail.


Still No Plan For How To Spend KY Budget Surplus (2007-03-13)
Unless it occurs later this month in the final two days of the 2007 legislative session, it appears lawmakers won't be doing much reopening of Kentucky's state budget this year.


Program Seeks To Help More People 'Out of the Crossfire' In 2nd Year (2007-03-13)
The 'Out of the Crossfire' program is one year old and has helped victims of gunshot wounds and other forms of violence turn their lives around, and officials at University Hospital want to improve on that success.


New Screening Procedure May Prevent Aortic Aneurysm (2007-03-13)
A life-threatening condition that commonly affects older males can be prevented with a simple screening that's now being covered by Medicare.


'Opus' Regional Premiere At Ensemble Theatre Tomorrow (2007-03-13)
On Wednesday, the Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati will launch the regional premiere of Michael Hollinger's 'Opus'.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of March 12, 2007 (2007-03-12)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of March 12, 2007.


Local Leaders Act To Prioritize Primary Care Access For All (2007-03-12)
The Greater Cincinnati Health Foundation is organizing an initiative to make healthcare access a priority.


Commissioner Portune Calls For Regional Transit System (2007-03-12)
Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune says he is not advocating the light rail plan voters rejected, but that he is interested in working towards a regional transit system.


Local Auction Sets A Record on Keep Antiquing! (2007-03-12)
Frank takes listeners' calls and talks with Steve Early of the Early Auction Company about his record-setting auction for a Tiffany table lamp, plus takes


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of March 12, 2007 (2007-03-12)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of March 12, 2007.


KY House Acts On Several Pending Bills Prior To Recess (2007-03-12)
As the clock winds down on the 2007 session, the Kentucky House is making good progress on bills still pending.


Free Child Safety Seat Check Tuesday (2007-03-12)
Cincinnati Children's Hospital and the Milford Fire Department are offering child car seat fitting checks for free tomorrow between 12:45 and 2:30 p.m. at the Milford Fire Department.


Coroner Rules Shootout Suspect's Death Suicide (2007-03-12)
Twenty-three year old Matthew Hutchinson died of a single, self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head following a shootout with West Chester police Friday night. That is the finding by Hamilton County Coroner, Dr. O'Dell Owens.


Hot Buttered Rum LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-03-12)
Hot Buttered Rum stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with Brian O'D and play some tunes LIVE from their latest CD, 'Well-Oiled Machine' and in advance of their appearance at the Madison Theater, broadcast on March 5, 2007. Find out more about Hot Buttered Rum at hotbutteredrum.net.


KY State Pension Issue Remains Unresolved (2007-03-09)
With Kentucky House and Senate leaders still at odds over a proposal to boost funding for state pension plans, Governor Fletcher is weighing in on the issue.


Boone County Offers Self-Defense Course For Women (2007-03-09)
The Boone County Sheriff's Department is conducting a self-defense class designed specifically for women tomorrow at the Burlington office. The program will focus on the psychological and physical aspects of self-protection.


Cincinnati Library Introduces College Resource Center (2007-03-09)
College-bound students can now turn to the Cincinnati Public Library for information and assistance with choosing a school. The service is free and no appointment is necessary.


The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Mortgages on Simply Money (2007-03-09)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and talk with Arthur Treinen, Cincinnati Area Manager of the Chicago Title Insurance Company, about the ups and downs of the mortgage business in today's economy, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on March 8, 2007.


KY General Assembly Focuses On Cosumer Protection (2007-03-08)
Some consumer protection legislation hangs in the balance in the waning days of the 2007 session of the Kentucky General Assembly, which is down to its last four days.


Mallory, Bunning Join Forces To Improve Brent Spence (2007-03-08)
Republican Senator Jim Bunning meets today in Washington with Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory. They'll discuss improving the Brent Spence Bridge. The double-decker bridge is the major artery between northern Kentucky and Ohio. It's also the gateway for travelers taking either I-71 to Louisville or I-75 to Lexington.


Buying "Subject To" on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-03-08)
Vena talks with "subject to" real estate buying expert, Charlie France of getthedeed.com, and they discuss the intricacies of buying real estate "subject to", on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on March 7, 2007.


Great American Ball Park Goes Smoke Free (2007-03-08)
No smoking will be permitted in the Cincinnati Reds' home park this season in compliance with Ohio's statewide smoking ban approved last November.


Research Leading To Improvements In Diagnosis Of Bipolar Disorder (2007-03-07)
The medical community is doing a better job diagnosing bipolar disorder, however data shows it still takes about eight years after the onset of symptoms to receive an accurate diagnosis. For more information on the U.C. research studies, please call (513)-558-4812.


The Good Business Sense of A Healthy Arts Community on BusinessWise (2007-03-07)
Crystal and Tom talk with Margaret Buchanan, President and Publisher of the 'Cincinnati Enquirer' and Campaign Chair for the Fine Arts Fund, and with Scott Provancher, Vice President and Campaign Director for the Fine Arts Fund, about this year's Fine Arts Fund campaign, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on March 6, 2007.


Hamilton County Commissioners Approve Foster Care System Changes (2007-03-07)
The changes, proposed earlier this week and in the wake of the Marcus Fiesel tragedy, were approved unanimously today by the Hamilton County Commissioners.


Hopes Diminishing For Lawsuit Against Comair By Widows Of Crash Victims (2007-03-07)
It appears legislation sought by two widows of victims of last year's commuter jet crash in Lexington won't make it all the way through the Kentucky General Assembly this year.


Hopes Diminishing For Lawsuit Against Comair By Widows Of Crash Victims (2007-03-07)
It appears legislation sought by two widows of victims of last year's commuter jet crash in Lexington won't make it all the way through the Kentucky General Assembly this year.


Rep. Chandler Opposes Bush Plan To Sell National Forest Land (2007-03-07)
Today, Central Kentucky Democrat, Congressman Ben Chandler, spoke out against a proposal to sell off over 200,000 acres of National Forest land. The plan, proposed by the Bush Administration, is meant to help fund a program for rural schools.


Hopes Diminishing For Lawsuit Against Comair By Widows Of Crash Victims (2007-03-07)
It appears legislation sought by two widows of victims of last year's commuter jet crash in Lexington won't make it all the way through the Kentucky General Assembly this year.


No Agreement Yet On KY State Retirement System Overhaul (2007-03-06)
Time is running out on the 2007 Kentucky General Assembly, but that's not stopping Senate leaders from pressing forward with a plan to address massive liabilities in state retirement systems.


Millions Suffer From Restless Leg Syndrome (2007-03-06)
Restless Leg Syndrome is one of the most common adult moving disorders, but little is known about how it develops or why.


Police Round Up Nearly Three Dozen Truants On Gov't Square (2007-03-06)
Thirty-two students were sent back to school following a truancy sweep on downtown Cincinnati's Government Square.


Hard Work Continues In Final Days Of 2007 KY General Assembly (2007-03-06)
Kentucky lawmakers returned to work late Monday, continuing to wrap up loose ends as they move into the final seven days of the 2007 legislative session.


Ellery LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-03-06)
Ellery stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with Michael Grayson and play some tunes LIVE from their latest CD, 'Lying Awake' and in advance of their performance to be recorded LIVE for broadcast on PBS stations, broadcast on March 5, 2007. Find out more about Ellery at ellerymusic.com.


Behringer-Crawford Museum Opens New Exhibit Before Closing For Renovations (2007-03-05)
The Behringer-Crawford Museum in Devou park is currently featuring a special exhibit called, "Hey Mummy, Who Shrunk That Head?" And it's the last exhibit any visitor will see for quite some time.


Better Shape Up: Swimsuit Season Ahead (2007-03-05)
If you don't want swimsuit season to sneak up on you, now's the time to start thinking about getting in shape.


Greg Schaber LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-03-05)
Greg Schaber stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with Brian O'D and play some tunes LIVE in advance of his appearance at the 15th Annual Bockfest - Bach's Brunch, broadcast on March 3, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of March 5, 2007 (2007-03-05)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of March 5, 2007.


Astronauts Visit Cincinnati Prior To Space Mission (2007-03-05)
It's one of the few space missions that will BEGIN with a splashdown. NASA astronauts are in town making final preparations for their upcoming mission aboard the Aquarius Underwater Laboratory in Florida.


Hamilton County Commissioners Plan Foster Care System Overhaul (2007-03-05)
In the wake of the Marcus Fiesel tragedy, Hamilton County's Commissioners have proposed changes to the foster care system, including expanded background checks and a new position in charge of oversight of foster parent selection.


Andrew Wyeth and Spring Antiquing on Keep Antiquing! (2007-03-05)
Frank hypes this year's Moeller HS Spring Antique Show, and talks with Kristin Spangenberg, Curator of Prints, Drawings & Photographs at the Cincinnati Art Museum, about their new exhibition, Andrew Wyeth Watercolors and Drawings, from the Marunuma Art Park in Japan, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast 3/2/07. Remember, you can e-mail digital pictures of your anitiques to radio@nku.edu, put "Keep Antiquing!" in the subject line, and Frank will choose one listener's antiques to discuss each week.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of March 5, 2007 (2007-03-05)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of March 5, 2007.


KY Senate Approves Bill To Inform Women Seeking Abortions (2007-03-02)
Republican Senator Jack Westwood of Crescent Springs sponsored the bill, which would give women seeking abortions more information about fetal pain.


The Dow Takes A Plunge on Simply Money (2007-03-02)
Nathan and Ed talk about the week's drastic stock market losses, and ask listeners if it's time to be nervous, or if there's nothing to worry about, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on March 1, 2007.


ACLU Scrutinizes Cincinnati Police Collaborative Agreement (2007-03-02)
American Civil Liberties attorney, Al Gerhardstein, feels the Cincinnati Police Department is meeting most of the provisions of 2002's collaborative agreement, except where problem solving is concerned.


Comair, Pilots Reach Agreement (2007-03-02)
Comair and its pilots union have reached a contract agreement, which should help Comair emerge from bankruptcy.


Steve Manuel LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-03-02)
Steve Manuel stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE from his new CD, "Comic Book Hero", in advance of his two-night CD release party at Ric Hordinski's studio/performance space, the Monastery, broadcast on March 1, 2007. Find out more about Steve Manuel at myspace.com/stevemanuelband or stevemanuel.net.


New Musical Not Just For Elvis Fans (2007-03-02)
Perhaps the most important thing to know if you're thinking about going to see 'All Shook Up' at the Aronoff is, it's not a story about Elvis. But one thing is for sure, you will hear plenty of the Rock 'n Roll King's most famous songs.


Must Be Spring: Home & Garden Show Returns To Convention Center (2007-03-02)
Spring is just around the corner and that means Tri-State do-it-yourselfers are getting ready for the Cincinnati Home and Garden Show.


Two Popular Bills Pass Kentucky House By Wide Margins (2007-03-02)
An anti-bullying bill and a measure to increase speed limits have won Kentucky House approval, as week 5 of the 2007 legislative session comes to a close.


New Vision Correction Procedure Poses Few Risks, Shows Promise (2007-03-02)
If you're tired of wearing glasses or contacts, and you don't like the of surgery, there are some new vision correction procedures showing promising results.


15th Annual Bockfest Kicks Off On Fountain Square (2007-03-01)
The festival begins this evening, with beer and bratwurst on Fountain Square, and lasts through the weekend.


Increases In Child Obesity Raise Heart Health Questions (2007-03-01)
As the number of obese children increases, there is more concern in certain areas of the medical community about the effect of increased weight on adolescent's hearts.


St. Elizabeth Medical Center Earns National Top 50 Honors (2007-03-01)
Saint Elizabeth Medical Center is being honored as one of the best hospitals in the country.


Fourth Lane To Be Added On I-275 North Of Cincinnati (2007-03-01)
The construction project will add a fourth lane in both directions on the highway between Winton Road and U.S. 42, and is expected to take four-and-a-half years.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-03-01)
Vena is joined by successful longtime real estate investor, Bob Hammonds, of the Investment Property Owners Association in Hamilton, OH for the February installment of Question and Answer Week, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on February 28, 2007.


Carnegie Offers Public Screening Of Documentary On NKY (2007-03-01)
There will be a screening of KET's documentary "Where the River Bends: A History of Northern Kentucky" tonight at the Carnegie in Covington. The film traces the evolution of the area prior to the arrival of the first Native Americans to present day.


Committee Sends Unanimous KY Spending Bill To House (2007-02-28)
The Kentucky House Appropriations and Revenue committee last night agreed to reopen the state budget, but Governor Ernie Fletcher won't be getting everything on his wish list.


Police, Metro Step Up Patrols At Gov't Square (2007-02-28)
Following a marked increase in "hanging out" and a fight at the new Government Square bus stop in Downtown Cincinnati, Police and Metro are joining forces to increase safety and supervision of the area.


Marketing Campaign Aims To Lure Major Convention Business To Cincinnati (2007-02-28)
The program launched by the Cincinnati USA Convention and Visitors Bureau is called "Plan For More", and will play up the cities attributes to business meeting planners.


Bunning Foresees FDA Regulation Of Tobacco Products (2007-02-28)
Even though U.S. Senator Jim Bunning of Kentucky thinks the Food and Drug Administration should not be in charge of tobacco regulation, he believes it will take over in the absence of the Department of Agriculture's price support program.


Kentucky General Assembly Making Most Of Session's Last Days (2007-02-28)
The pace is picking up in the 2007 session of the Kentucky General Assembly, where lawmakers have only 11 days to complete their work.


Economic Benefits of Diversity and Fighting For Our City on BusinessWise (2007-02-28)
Crystal and Tom talk with Edwin Rigaud, Co-Director of Taft Business Consulting, LLC and President and CEO of Enova Partners, LLC, about economic empowerment and inclusion, and how Cincinnati can acheive the growth other cities have enjoyed, and they talk with Hamilton County Commissioner, Pat DeWine, about his two years in office fighting out-of-control government spending, exposing waste, and working for improved public safety, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on February 27, 2007.


Study Shows Cincinnati Area Has Fewer Women Business Leaders (2007-02-27)
The Pulse Study, funded by the Women's Fund, shows that Greater Cincinnati is below the national average when it comes to women in leadership positions.


Public Meeting Tonight For Kenton County Jail Proposal (2007-02-27)
The site chosen for a new 600 bed jail in Kenton County has been the subject of much debate, and residents and local leaders will meet again tonight to discuss it.


Judge Accepts Plea: David Carroll Guilty (2007-02-27)
Judge Jerry McBride accepted David Carroll's plea bargain, and Carroll will serve 16 years to life in prison for his role in the death of his foster son, three-year-old Marcus Fiesel.


Judge Accepts Plea: David Carroll Guilty (2007-02-27)
Judge Jerry McBride accepted David Carroll's plea bargain, and Carroll will serve 16 years to life in prison for his role in the death of his foster son, three-year-old Marcus Fiesel.


Mieka Pauley LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-02-26)
Mieka Pauley stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with Brian O'D and play some tunes LIVE from her latest EP "Out of Car Wrecks and Hurricanes", broadcast on February 24, 2007. Find out more about Mieka Pauley at www.mieka.com.


Candidate Obama Campaigns In Queen City (2007-02-26)
Barack Obama raised more than $300,000 at this morning's campaign stop at the Westin Hotel in downtown Cincinnati.


Boone County Seeking Aspiring Meterologists (2007-02-26)
When it comes to dangerous weather, seconds can literally save lives. That's why it's important for the National Weather Service to have as many eyes and ears on the ground as possible.


Public Police Academy Course Now Accomodates Blind, Deaf Citizens (2007-02-26)
The next Citizens Police Academy will include an interpreter for the deaf and audio recordings for blind participants.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of February 26, 2007 (2007-02-26)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of February 26, 2007.


Pence Passes Up Fletcher, Supports Northup (2007-02-26)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher won't be getting any support from Lt. Gov. Steve Pence in Fletcher's re-election bid the year. Pence is endorsing a Fletcher opponent.


Organ Donation: A Difficult Decision That Saves Lives (2007-02-26)
Organ donation is not an easy topic to discuss. Like many people, Ernest Mitchell and his wife put it off, thinking they'd make their intentions known at some point when they had time...


Beer Steins and Rookwood Revival on Keep Antiquing! (2007-02-26)
Frank talks with beer stein collector, George Hibben, and with Chris Rose, President & CEO of the Rookwood Company, which has developed a new Rookwood Beer Stein that will be unveiled March 3 at Bockfest and auctioned on March 4 at the Germania Society, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on February 23, 2007. Remember, you can e-mail digital pictures of your anitiques to radio@nku.edu, put "Keep Antiquing!" in the subject line, and Frank will choose one listener's antiques to discuss each week.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of February 26, 2007 (2007-02-26)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of February 26, 2007.


Local Leaders To Lobby Congress For Project Funding (2007-02-26)
Leaders from Northern Kentucky will be in Washington on Wednesday to present a $250 million shopping list to Congress.


Lucy Kaplansky LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-02-24)
Lucy Kaplansky stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE from her upcoming CD "Over the Hills", broadcast on February 23, 2007. Find out more about Lucy Kaplansky at www.lucykaplansky.com.


Summerfair's 40th Anniversary Heralds New Poster Competition (2007-02-23)
Summerfair posters are collector's items. Since the fine arts festival began 40 years ago, people have anticipated the annual poster unveiling.


Internationally-Renowned Touring A Capella Group Lands In Cincinnati (2007-02-23)
The name Ladysmith Black Mambazo may not be familiar, but you've probably heard the music. The South African choral group gained notoriety in the U.S. as featured artists on Paul Simon's 'Graceland' album. They're in town this weekend to perform songs from their new release, 'Long Walk to Freedom'.


Freedom Center Appoints New CEO (2007-02-23)
The recently-retired Deputy Director of the National Park Service will replace former Proctor and Gamble Chief, John Pepper, as CEO of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.


Brett Dennen LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-02-23)
Brett Dennen stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE from his latest CD "So Much More", broadcast on February 22, 2007. Find out more about Brett Dennen at www.brettdennen.com.


Cincinnati Children's Hospital Treats Rare Anemia Cases From Nationwide (2007-02-23)
Between 300 & 500 people in the country have a condition known as Fanconi Anemia. A third of those patients come to Cincinnati for treatment.


How Real Estate Should Play Into Your Portfolio on Simply Money (2007-02-23)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News' and then talk with John Kramer, President and Co-Chief Investment Officer at Kensington Investment Group about the real estate securities investment management business, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on February 22, 2007.


New Bill Would Benefit Kentucky's Disabled (2007-02-23)
Legislation that benefits the disabled in Kentucky has won state House approval, as lawmakers wrap up week four of the 2007 legislative session.


The Short Sale on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-02-22)
Vena talks with Deb McMillan, the Short Sale Queen, who introduces you to what you need to know about real estate short sales, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on February 21, 2007.


Carroll Gets 54 Years Minimum (2007-02-22)
Clermont County Judge Robert Ringland sentenced Liz Carroll to 54 years to life in the death of her foster son, Marcus Fiesel.


Economist Foresees Enormous Growth Potential In Tri-State (2007-02-22)
The Greater Cincinnati Region is home to ten Fortune 500 companies, an international airport, major league sports teams, and numerous arts organizations. According to a global economist, the area has enormous growth potential.


Minimum Wage Bill Passes Kentucky House (2007-02-22)
A bill that would raise the minimum wage in Kentucky to $7.25 an hour by July, 2009 passed the Kentucky House overwhelmingly.


Chuck Garvey of moe. LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-02-22)
Chuck Garvey, guitarist for moe., stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with John Patrick and play a tune LIVE from moe.'s latest CD "The Conch", broadcast on February 21, 2007. Find out more about moe. at www.moe.org.


Foreclosures Rising In Hamilton County (2007-02-22)
Foreclosures in Hamilton County are continuing to go up. A study released Thursday by the Working In Neighborhoods Coalition shows a ten percent increase since last year.


Revised Social Worker Safety Bill Returns To Kentucky House (2007-02-22)
Social service workers in Kentucky are celebrating revisions made to a high-profile bill aimed at making their jobs safer.


More Cincinnati School Closings On Horizon (2007-02-22)
The Cincinnati Public Schools' Administration proposes consolidating four schools into two by next fall.


Hamilton County Commissioner David Pepper's First 50 Days on BusinessWise (2007-02-21)
Crystal and Tom talk with Hamilton County Commissioner David Pepper, elected to the Commission in November, 2006, about his first 50 busy days including passing a unanimous County budget to establishing a permanent Criminal Justice Commission, and working to make this area an even better place to live, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on February 20, 2007.


No Easy Solution To Household Lead Dangers (2007-02-21)
Lead-based paints were banned nearly three decades ago, but the dangers still exist.


Fletcher, Richards Face Off Over Boni Bill (2007-02-21)
Tempers are flaring in Frankfort. There was a little dust-up between Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher and House Speaker Jody Richards Tuesday.


Immigrants Rally For Advocacy At Kentucky Capitol (2007-02-21)
About 80 people attended Kentucky's first-ever Immigrant and Refugee Rights Advocacy Day rally in the rotunda of the State Capitol.


New Luxury Development In Newport Almost Half Sold (2007-02-21)
A new luxury condo and office development on Newport, KY's riverfront, called SouthShore, is expected to welcome its first residents during the summer of 2008.


Mallory Touts Rebirth, Addresses Public Safety In Address (2007-02-21)
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory delivered his 2nd Annual State of the City address Tuesday night at the Aronoff Center.


Billboard Industry Pushes Bill Targeting KY Roadside Vegetation (2007-02-21)
The billboard industry is again trying to win permission to cut down vegetation on public rights-of-way.


Legislators Pleased With Progress Midway Thru 2007 KY General Assembly (2007-02-20)
The 2007 session of the Kentucky General Assembly is nearing the mid-point.


Thaw Promises Potholes (2007-02-20)
The freezing temperatures and ice are on their way out and the potholes left behind will wreak havoc on Tri-State roadways, not to mention motorists' cars.


Elimination Of KY Runoff Election Provision Hits Snag (2007-02-20)
Legislation aimed at eliminating a runoff in Kentucky's upcoming gubernatorial primary election has been derailed in a House committee.


Unawareness Contributes To Binge Eating Problem (2007-02-20)
A recent study by the Harvard School of Medicine shows binge eating is the most prevalent eating disorder in the United States.


KY Representative Introduces Bill Written By Two Erlanger HS Students (2007-02-19)
Erlanger representative Adam Koenig introduced House Bill 432 on behalf of Brenden Gregory and Cory Hall of Erlanger Lloyd High School.


Air Pollution Could Increase Risk Of Heart Attack (2007-02-19)
A study in the New England Journal of Medicine shows a link between particulate matter and heart disease, and Ohio is above the national average in terms of pollution.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of February 19, 2007 (2007-02-19)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of February 19, 2007.


Find Auctions Anywhere, Anytime on Keep Antiquing! (2007-02-19)
Frank can discuss YOUR antiques on WNKU Keep Antiquing! when you e-mail digital pictures of your anitiques to radio@nku.edu. Put "Keep Antiquing" in the subject line, and Frank will choose one listener's antiques to discuss each week. Frank also talks with Joe Koval, creator of auctionzip.com, about how to find auctions anywhere anytime, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast February 16, 2007.


Second Sister LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-02-19)
Second Sister has reunited and they stopped by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE, broadcast on February 16, 2007. Find out more about Second Sister at www.myspace.com/secondsisterreunion.


KY Constitutional Amendment Would Limit Governor's Pardon Power (2007-02-16)
The proposed amendment would prevent future governors from granting the same kind of pardon as Governor Ernie Fletcher did during a frand jury's investigation into state hiring practices.


Talking Taxes on Simply Money (2007-02-16)
Nathan is joined in the studio by David Pelfrey, CPA and Managing Partner of Pelfrey and Company, and they take listeners' questions and comments on taxes, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on February 15, 2007.


Duke Energy: Power Back On By Midnight (2007-02-16)
Tuesday's ice storm knocked out power to thousands of customers in the Tri-State, and Duke Energy says people who have been without power since the storm will have power by midnight tonight.


Education Helps Patients, Families Meet Challenge Of Cancer (2007-02-16)
Coping with cancer is difficult, from the diagnosis to the day to day challenges. The University of Cincinnati is holding its cancer education day tomorrow for families and patients struggling with the disease.


Mardi Gras Will Proceed In Covington Despite Snow Advisory, Cold Temps (2007-02-16)
Despite single digit temperatures and snow and ice this week, Mardi Gras will go on. The celebration in Covington's Mainstrasse Village begins tonight.


Alternative Energy, University Bond Bills Pass Kentucky House (2007-02-16)
The Kentucky House ended week three of the 2007 session with the passage of bills on alternative energy and authority for state universities.


Library Brings Back Reading Club For Sixth Straight Year (2007-02-16)
The Cincinnati Public Library is preparing for the sixth year of its community-wide reading program. This year's 'On the Same Page' selection is "The Joy Luck Club".


Kentucky Minimum Wage Hike Bill Passes House Committee (2007-02-15)
While Congress continues to debate an increase in the federal minimum wage, a state minimum wage hike bill has cleared its first hurdle in the Kentucky General Assembly.


Real Estate Definitions on Real Life Real Estate Investing (Re-broadcast) (2007-02-15)
Vena is joined by Mr. Drew once again, and they gather some of the most frequently asked real estate questions to present a "definitions" show, so get out your pad and pencil for WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, originally broadcast on November 1, 2006, re-broadcast on February 14, 2007.


Winter's Icy Grip Keeps Thousands Without Power (2007-02-15)
Thousands of Tri-State residents remain without power, and for some, relief may not come until tomorrow.


Two Important Bills Pass Kentucky House (2007-02-14)
Two key pieces of legislation have won passage in the Kentucky House of Representatives.


Osteoporosis Cases Increasing (2007-02-14)
Despite all doctors know about osteoporosis, more and more people continue to be diagnosed with the disease.


Valuing Real Estate and Ohio's New Laws on BusinessWise (Re-broadcast) (2007-02-14)
Crystal and Tom talk with Sam Scoggins of Frost Brown Todd, LLC about strategies for making sure your property is valued properly, and also with Jeff Shoskin, Counsel with Frost Brown Todd, LLC. about Ohio's new smoking law and the increase in the minimum wage, on WNKU BusinessWise, originally broadcast on January 9, 2007, re-broadcast on February 13, 2007.


Fletcher Spells Out Surplus Spending Proposal (2007-02-13)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher has outlined his budget surplus spending plan to the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee.


Hamilton County Seniors Get 'Active For Life' (2007-02-13)
Dorothy Brundidge is a grandma from Bond Hill. After working 36 years, she retired, took a vacation, returned home, and sat, and sat. After three weeks, she knew it couldn't continue.


Cincinnati Art Museum Celebrates Valentine's Day (2007-02-13)
An event tomorrow at the Art Museum is in celebration of love and Valentine's Day.


Kentucky Bill Proposes Internet Tracking Of Sex Offenders (2007-02-13)
Kentucky law enforcement authorities may soon have another tool to track convicted sex offenders on the Internet.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of February 12, 2007 (2007-02-12)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of February 12, 2007.


New Program Focuses On Fitness For Over Fifty Crowd (2007-02-12)
Staying physically active can be the key to protecting yourself from heart disease and other serious health problems. February is National Heart Month and the Hamilton County Health Department is promoting its Active for Life Program.


Travels into Haunted Landscapes, Ghost Towns, and Forgotten Lives on Keep Antiquing! (Re-broadcast) (2007-02-12)
Frank talks with Randy McNutt, whose latest book, 'Lost Ohio: More Travels into Haunted Landscapes, Ghost Towns, and Forgotten Lives ', is a follow up to 'Ghosts: Ohios Haunted Landscapes, Lost Arts, and Forgotten Places' and who has written other books on Ohio with his wife Cheryl Bauer, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, originally broadcast on November 17, 2006, re-broadcast on February 9, 2007.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of February 12, 2007 (2007-02-12)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of February 12, 2007.


'Luma' Much More Than Just Another Light Show (2007-02-09)
Light conjures up so many memories, like shining a flashlight under the covers as a kid, chasing fireflies, playing with sparklers, and going to carnivals. A show that depicts different types of light opens tonight at the Aronoff.


Local Company Becomes Largest Transit Firm In N. America (2007-02-09)
First group is acquiring Laidlaw Bus Services, and is on their way to becoming a market leader.


How To Avoid Becoming Roadkill On the Investment Highway on Simply Money (2007-02-09)
Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', and ask listeners to share any financial offers or storiesthey have heard that sound too good be true, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on February 8, 2007.


Kentucky General Assembly Prefers To Save Budget Surplus (2007-02-09)
Kentucky House and Senate leaders are making it clear that Governor Ernie Fletcher won't be getting everything on his budget surplus wish list.


Police Still Searching For Oxycontin Thieves (2007-02-09)
A Walgreens store in Cincinnati is dealing with their second robbery this week. Thieves stole thousands of dollars worth of the painkiller Oxycontin, and are still on the loose.


KY Merit System Laws Get Update Following Fletcher Indictment (2007-02-08)
A compromise bill that updates state merit system laws has won legislative committee approval and is headed for a floor vote in the Kentucky House.


New Bill Proposes Sex Offenders Register Internet Identities (2007-02-08)
A Kentucky lawmaker wants to require convicted sex offenders to register their Internet identities with the state.


Understanding Foreclosures on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-02-08)
Vena is joined by Mr. Drew and they dissect the important topic of foreclosures, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, on February 7, 2007.


College Entrance Tests May Soon Be Mandatory In KY (2007-02-08)
The Kentucky school board approved a plan to make the ACT test mandatory for high school juniors, and now it goes to the General Assembly.


Plenty Of Ways To Enjoy 21st Annual Fine Arts Fund Sampler Weekend (2007-02-08)
The Fine Arts Fund Sampler Weekend is an opportunity for the community to sample arts events in the Cincinnati area, free of charge.


Barack Obama Planning Tri-State Appearance (2007-02-08)
The details haven't been finalized, but Presidential contender, Barack Obama, is planning a visit later this month to the Tri-State.


State of the Commonwealth: Fletcher Proposes Multiple Programs For Surplus Funds (2007-02-07)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher used his State of the Commonwealth address last night to outline a litany of needs that he says the commonwealth can now afford.


Mike Younger LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-02-07)
Mike Younger stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with Michael Grayson and play some tunes LIVE before his show at the Southgate House in Newport TONIGHT, broadcast on February 7, 2007. Find out more about Mike Younger at www.mikeyounger.com OR www.myspace.com/mikeyounger.


Students Raise Their Voices At KY State Capitol (2007-02-07)
College students from across Kentucky converged on the State Capitol to make sure the governor, lawmakers and other political leaders are aware of their concerns.


Tax Q&A on BusinessWise (2007-02-07)
Crystal and Tom offer an encore week of tax advice for listeners in advance of their Cincinnati Enquirer sponsored online tax chats at cincinnati.com, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on February 6, 2007.


KY Public Attorneys May Get State Sponsored Debt Assistance (2007-02-07)
A bill winning Kentucky House committee approval would provide financial assistance to public service attorneys shackled with crushing debt from law school loans.


Crews Still Working On Tri-State Roadways After Heavy Snowfall (2007-02-07)
Crews worked through the night, and continue to work to clear roads today following last nights winter storm that dumped as much as 8 inches of snow in some areas.


Political Rival Implies Senator McConnell 'Scared To Talk' (2007-02-07)
A Kentucky veteran of the Iraq war used a harsh term for Republicans and their top leader who are blocking a vote on a resolution expressing concern over the war in the Senate.


Free HIV/AIDS Tests Today To Raise Awareness (2007-02-07)
Free HIV/AIDS tests will be administered today at locations across the Tri-State as part of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.


KY General Assembly Gets Back To Work Today (2007-02-06)
The 2007 session of the Kentucky General Assembly, which has been in recess for a month, resumes today.


Kentucky Healthcare System To Get Technological Update (2007-02-06)
The Kentucky Department of Health is using a nearly $5 million grant to transform the state's healthcare system.


Heavy Snow Warning: Tri-State Road Crews Prepare For Long Night (2007-02-06)
The weather system that's expected to dump up to six inches of snow on the Tri-State by 1:00 AM Wedenesday has road crews trying to prepare for lots of snow and bitter cold.


Kentucky Legislature Takes Aim At Bullys (2007-02-06)
An anti-bullying bill is the first legislation to emerge from a Kentucky House committee as the 2007 legislative session resumes in Frankfort.


Senator McConnell Delays Democrats' Anti-Surge Agenda (2007-02-06)
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky scored a victory last night by stalling debate on a resolution objecting to Bush's proposed troop surge. Democrats say the success will be short-lived.


Cincinnati Zoo's Famous Komodo Dragon Dies (2007-02-06)
The 24-year-old, world-renowned lizard, Naga, died yesterday of a serious abdomen infection.


KY Retirement Systems Could Get Deficit Relief From State Surplus (2007-02-05)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher wants to use some of the state's budget surplus to reduce spiraling deficits in the state's public employee retirement systems.


Heart Disease: Prevention Is Critical With #1 Killer Of Women (2007-02-05)
Heart Disease is the number one killer among women, but it often goes undiagnosed and untreated.


BusinessWise Briefs for the Week of February 5, 2007 (2007-02-05)
WNKU BusinessWise Briefs, broadcast the week of February 5, 2007.


Arts Enjoyment Opportunities Abound This Weekend (2007-02-05)
You might want to start planning your weekend now. The Fine Arts Fund is offering two full days of free events for this year's sampler weekend.


Ft. Thomas Applies National Neighborhood Renaissance Project Locally (2007-02-05)
Fort Thomas merchants are rolling out the red carpet for their customers tomorrow as part of the Downtown Renaissance Initiative. The plan is to make businesses in the city more accessible to shoppers.


New Progress On K-12 Cincinnati Public Arts School (2007-02-05)
It's been more than a decade since the conductor of the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra dreamed up the idea to build a public arts school in Over-the-Rhine. Erich Kunzel will be joined tonight by Cincinnati Public School officials to celebrate the project's latest progress.


New City Ordinance Targets Absentee Landlords (2007-02-05)
Cincinnati Police and city leaders are cracking down on nuisance properties and negligent landlords.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of February 5, 2007 (2007-02-05)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of February 5, 2007.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-02-05)
Frank answers listeners' calls and introduces a new feature of the show where listeners can e-mail digital photographs of their antiques to radio@nku.edu, and every week, Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on February 2, 2007.


Most People Could Use More Omega-3s In Their Diet (2007-02-02)
Omega-3 is one nutrient nearly all people are deficient in, and if you don't get enough, you probably feel sluggish and run down.


Parents & Kids Look Forward To Summer At Campfair (2007-02-02)
It may be cold outside, but that's not stopping people from planning ahead for summer. The 31st Annual Cincinnati Campfair will give parents and children a chance to look at several options at once.


Kentucky Senators Have Doubts About Iraq Resolution (2007-02-02)
Both of Kentucky's Senators are concerned about a bipartisan, non-binding Senate measure which could condemn President Bush's decision to send an additional 21,000 troops to Iraq. The Senate is scheduled to start debate on the bill next week.


Evaluating Economic and Market Trends on Simply Money (2007-02-02)
Nathan and Ed deliver their weekly installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', and, here at the end of the first month of the new year, they discuss some slightly off-the-wall yet fairly accurate market predictors, and for that they're joined in the studio by Bartlett & Co.'s Chairman Emeritus, William Friedlander, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on February 1, 2007.


Pink Floyd Experience Recreates Past Prog Rock Glory (2007-02-02)
It's a celebration of a rock and roll icon. The Pink Floyd Experience is more than a recreation of the band's songs. As the show title implies, it encompasses everything from a light show, to guitar solos, to legendary music.


Many Will Watch For What's On Between Possessions This Sunday (2007-02-02)
For some people, watching the Super Bowl is more about the ads than the game. That's why companies shell out millions for a single spot.


Wyeth Exhibition Opens At Cincinnati Art Museum (2007-02-02)
The exhibition features 114 works by American painter, Andrew Wyeth; many of them rare and not seen in the United States since they were sold to a Japanese collector.


Fletcher Proposes Tax Breaks For Public Use Of Private Land (2007-02-01)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher wants to give tax breaks to landowners who allow public use of their property for hunting, fishing and other types of outdoor recreation.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-02-01)
It's the last Wednesday of the month and Vena is joined by Jerry Fink, of CJ Phoenix, LLC. and the President of Cincinnati REIA, for question and answer week, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on January 31, 2007.


Cincinnati Library Offers Black History Events Nearly Every Day (2007-02-01)
The Cincinnati Public Library is celebrating Black History Month with a full calendar of events.


National Children's Dental Health Month Begins Today (2007-02-01)
Every February, the American Dental Association reminds us that disadvantaged children from low income families face more health risks than typical kids, including in the area of oral hygiene.


Political Rivals Rise Above Differences To Combat Drug Abuse (2007-02-01)
Two bitter political enemies, Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher and Attorney General Greg Stumbo, are joining forces in the fight against drug abuse.


Police Investigate Homeless Man's Death (2007-02-01)
Police are investigating the death of a man at an outdoor encampment Tuesday. Temperatures in the teens and a wind chill below zero may have been the cause.


Aquarium's Shark Ray Population Doubles (2007-02-01)
The Newport Aquarium is getting another Shark Ray. It will be the first location in the western hemisphere to have a male and female pair.


Rumpke Improves Recovered Methane Gas Recycling (2007-01-31)
Rumpke is improving its gas recovery operations that help provide electricity to nearly 20,000 tri-state homes.


Kentucky's May Primary Ballot Set (2007-01-31)
The filing deadline has passed and the May 22nd primary ballot for statewide offices in Kentukcy is set.


Christ Hospital Opens New Center For Heart Patients (2007-01-31)
There are five million cases of congestive heart failure in the US, and it's growing at a fast rate as the population ages. An integrated care center is opening tomorrow in Cincinnati.


Save On Your Taxes In 2007 on BusinessWise (2007-01-31)
Crystal and Tom open the phone lines to take listeners' questions about taxes, and share tax advice on all kinds of tax issues and circumstances, because it's not too early to start thinking about taxes, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on January 30, 2007.


Good News For Tri-State Economy: US Airways Withdraws Takeover Bid (2007-01-31)
Delta officials and employees are celebrating the withdrawal of US Airways' hostile takeover bid, and it's good news for the regional economy, too.


New Orleans Jazz Orchestra Brings the Party To Cincinnati (2007-01-31)
The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra's one-night-only performance is tomorrow at the Aronoff Center.


Four More File For Candidacy Before Deadline (2007-01-31)
There were no last minute surprises at the Kentucky Secretary of State's office Tuesday, the final day to qualify to run for statewide office.


Fort Wright Plans To Expand Kyles Lane (2007-01-30)
The City of Fort Wright is pursuing funding to widen Kyles Lane and add sidewalks along a stretch of the roadway. City leaders say the expansion will relieve congestion and make the area safer.


Weather Can't Take All Blame For Winter Traffic Accidents (2007-01-30)
According to a report released today by the Ohio State Patrol, most winter accidents can be blamed on driver inexperience or speed.


Last Minute To Qualify For Kentucky State Office (2007-01-30)
Time is running out for candidates to qualify to run for statewide office in Kentucky.


Boone County Sheriff Seeks Public Input (2007-01-30)
If you live in Boone County, the Sheriff's Office wants to hear from you. A new research and development initiative is designed to help the department better serve residents.


Millions May Be Unaware They Suffer From Sleep Apnea (2007-01-30)
The most prevalent sleep disorder is sleep apnea. People who suffer from it are heavy snorers, so their airways collapse while they're breathing.


Paavo Jarvi Interview on 89.7 WNKU (2007-01-29)
WNKU's Brian O'D talks with Paavo Jarvi, Music Director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, about rock and roll, growing up in Estonia, and the CSO, broadcast on March 23, 2002. Find out more about Paavo Jarvi at www.paavojarvi.com or at www.cincinnatisymphony.org.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of January 29, 2007 (2007-01-29)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of January 29, 2007.


'Pure Confidence' Offers New Take On Freedom (2007-01-29)
"Pure Confidence", showing at the Playhouse in the Park, examines the meaning of freedom. It's set on the eve of the Civil War, but the play is not about the pain and angst of slavery.


The Faux Frenchmen LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-01-29)
The Faux Frenchmen stop by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with Brian O'D and play some of their gypsy jazz LIVE in homage to the legendary Django Reinhardt, whose birthday was earlier in the week, broadcast on January 27, 2007. Find out more about The Faux Frenchmen at www.fauxfrenchmen.com.


An On-Air Antique Appraisal and A Cruise Through History on Keep Antiquing! (2007-01-29)
Frank talks with a fan of the show about her antique parlour set, which she e-mailed pictures of to WNKU Keep Antiquing! You too can e-mail digital pictures of your anitiques to radio@nku.edu. Put "Keep Antiquing" in the subject line, and Frank will choose one listener's antiques to discuss each week. Frank also talks with Pat Cronenberg of Pier 'n Port Travel about an upcoming Antiques & History Cruise exploring Bermuda and Colonial America, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast Jan. 26, 2007.


If Fitness Is Your Resolution, Stick With It (2007-01-29)
Some of the biggest New Year's resolution failures are found in fitness. One of the problems is people easily lose enthusiasm when they don't see results overnight.


As Cold Continues, Homeless Seek Shelter (2007-01-29)
The cold temperatures plaguing the Tri-State are expected to continue for at least the rest of the week, and as you can imagine, Tri-State homeless shelters are full.


The Last Town Chorus LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-01-26)
The Last Town Chorus stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE from their upcoming CD "Wire Waltz", and before their show at the Southgate House in Newport, broadcast on January 25, 2007. Find out more about The Last Town Chorus at www.thelasttownchorus.com.


Rozzi's Fireworks Moving To Wilmington (2007-01-26)
Rozzi's Fireworks is leaving Symmes Township. It's been located on Lebanon Road for more than 70 years, but the family says it's time to move.


Deadline Nears To Run For Kentucky Public Office (2007-01-26)
The filing deadline to run for public office in Kentucky this year is rapidly approaching and that's keeping workers in the Secretary of State's office busy.


Jail Time For Driver In Grant County School Bus Crash (2007-01-26)
Kentucky State Police charged the school bus driver involved in a January 17 crash that injured 17 students with drug possession and three other counts.


Flu Shot Could Reduce Heart Attack Risk (2007-01-26)
If you need something else to convince you to get a flu shot, doctors say getting vaccinated can help reduce your risk of having a heart attack.


Hamilton County Wants To Attract Dropouts Back To Class (2007-01-26)
The new program aimed at high school dropouts and called "Fast Forward Hamilton County Out of School Youth Initiative" is modeled after a similar program that has enjoyed some success in Dayton, Ohio.


A Closer Look At White Collar Crime on Simply Money (2007-01-26)
Nathan and Ed talk with Ralph Kohnen, a partner in the Litigation Department of the law firm of Taft, Stettinius & Hollister and chair of their White Collar Criminal Defense Practice Group, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on January 25, 2007.


Tri-State War Protestors Travel To Washington (2007-01-26)
Buses full of Cincinnati-area war protestors are leaving this evening for Washington, D.C. for a protest in front of the Capitol tomorrow.


Bike Trail Project Generates Excitement (2007-01-26)
City planners are continuing to evaluate several possible alignments for the construction of the Ohio River Trail. There was an Open House last night to discuss all the alternatives.


Kenton County Library Opens New Branch (2007-01-26)
Kenton County residents are looking forward to the Grand Opening Sunday of the William E. Durr Branch library. The new facility of Nicholson Road replaces the Independence branch that closed in December.


January: Time To Start Thinking Reds Baseball (2007-01-25)
It may be cold outside, but it's not too early to start thinking about baseball season. The Reds Caravan departed this morning on a four day tour to invite fans to the ballpark this summer.


Lice Are Difficult But Not Dangerous (2007-01-25)
Most people know about head lice, but it's not something you like to think about.


Bengal WR Chris Henry Will Serve Time In Jail (2007-01-25)
The judge suspended 88 days of Henry's 90 day jail sentence with certain conditions.


Passengers Have New Option For High Tech Airport Security Clearance (2007-01-25)
The new system is called Clear, and for a relatively low rate, qualified passengers can bypass long airport security lines with the swipe of a card.


Shell President Predicts Promising Future For Alternative Energy (2007-01-25)
Shell Oil Company President, John Hoffmeister, was at a lunch gathering today at the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber to discuss the opportunities and challenges of an alternative energy future.


Candidate Beshear Calls For Pardon Power Limits (2007-01-25)
Democratic gubernatorial hopeful, Steve Beshear, is calling for limitations on the pardoning powers of Kentucky governors.


How To Purchase Properties From Bankruptcies on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-01-25)
Vena talks with Atlanta-area real estate investors, Caryn McKinney and Mark Klee, about finding and purchasing homes tied to bankruptcy, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on January 24, 2007.


Public Meeting Tonight For Lunken-Downtown Bike Trail Connector (2007-01-25)
The Open House to discuss the Ohio River Bike Trail is at 6:00 tonight at the Mount Washington Recreation Center.


UC Considers Move To Semester System (2007-01-24)
The University of Cincinnati currently schedules its academic year on a quarter system, but is examining a move to a semester system.


NPR's Juan Williams Visits Cincinnati (2007-01-24)
NPR Correspondent, Juan Williams, will lead a discussion tonight at the Freedom Center on his latest book.


2007 Economic Outlook & Making E-Business Work for You on BusinessWise (2007-01-24)
Crystal and Tom talk with George Vredeveld, Professor of Economics and Director of the Economics Center for Education and Research about job and business growth in various industries, population, unemployment, and the housing market; and also with Mike Gendron, a financial executive and partner with Tatum, LLC, who outlines in his new book, "Creating the New E-Business Company: Innovative Strategies for Real-World Applications", on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on January 23, 2007.


Tri-State Health Departments Want Stronger Tobacco Rules (2007-01-24)
Health Departments in northern Kentucky and Hamilton County are offering money to encourage businesses to adopt stricter policies. More information at www.nkyhealth.org OR AT www.hamiltoncountyhealth.org.


Kentucky Lawmakers Consider Ex-Con Notification System (2007-01-24)
When the Kentucky legislative session begins next month, lawmakers will be asked to consider a notification system for convicted murderers that's similar to the sex offender registry.


Criminal Justice Commission Will Plan Solution To Jail Issue (2007-01-24)
The jail overcrowding problem in Hamilton County is one that everyone agrees needs to be solved, but there is little agreement about how. That's where the new Criminal Justice Commission comes in.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of January 22, 2007 (2007-01-24)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of January 22, 2007.


Cost Of Living On UC's Campus To Rise In Fall (2007-01-23)
Dorm rooms and student meal plans will both cost more at the University of Cincinnati this fall.


Last Year's E. coli Outbreak Prompts More Awareness (2007-01-23)
Chiquita subsidiary Fresh Express is providing up to $2 million to prevent future E. coli contamination.


Gatewood Galbraith Enters Race For KY Governor (2007-01-23)
Lexington attorney, Gatewood Galbraith, makes it official and throws his hat into the governor's race in Kentucky.


KY Legislators Focus On Education Initiatives (2007-01-23)
Kentucky Senate republicans plan to make two education bills their top priority in the 2007 legislative session, which resumes in two weeks.


NKY Legislators To Appear On Call-In Q&A TV Show (2007-01-23)
Ten northern Kentucky legislators are making themselves available to answer your questions before they begin February's session.


Hamilton County Budget Hearings Begin Tonight (2007-01-23)
The first in a series of four public hearings on Hamilton County's 2007 operating budget is this evening at 6:30 at the Anderson Senior Center on Beechmont Avenue.


Zoo Offers Landscaping Series For Home Gardeners (2007-01-22)
Spring is just around the corner and the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is ready to help you prepare your yard.


New Statewide Program Aims To Inspire Kentuckians To Lead Healthier Lives (2007-01-22)
If getting healthy is your New Year's Resolution, you could find help achieving that goal from an unexpected source - Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher has constructed a statewide wellness plan.


Keep Antiquing! (2007-01-22)
Frank answers listeners' calls and introduces a new feature of the show where listeners can e-mail digital photographs of their antiques to radio@nku.edu, and every week, Frank will choose one listener's pictures to discuss on air, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on January 19, 2007.


Dam Repairs At Lake Cumberland Could Pose Serious Consequences (2007-01-22)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher is reacting to a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers decision to lower water levels at Lake Cumberland for necessary dam repairs.


Hamilton County Commissioners Set Sights On Taxes (2007-01-22)
The Hamilton County Commissioners will discuss proposals to change the Tax Levy Review Committee, and there is some disagreement about whether the changes should be implemented.


Will Kimbrough LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU (2007-01-22)
Will Kimbrough stops by the studio at 89.7 FM WNKU to chat with Brian O'D and play some tunes LIVE, broadcast on December 16, 2006. Find out more about Will Kimbrough at www.willkimbrough.com.


Government Officially Certifies Fernald Cleanup (2007-01-19)
Local, state and federal government officials were at Fernald today for the site's cleanup certification announcement.


Spring Grove Cemetary To Host Art Exhibition (2007-01-19)
If you're an artist, craving a place to showcase your talent, you may want to consider submitting an entry to the Spring Grove Exhibition. The deadline has been extended to March 1.


UC Opens New Research Center (2007-01-19)
The new center, believed to be the first of its kind in the world, opened today on the University of Cincinnati's main campus.


The Financial Services Market on Simply Money (Rebroadcast) (2007-01-19)
Nathan and Ed deliver their weekly installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', talk about the difference between what is being sold and what is being recommended in the financial services market, and take listeners' calls, on WNKU Simply Money, originally broadcast on September 21, 2006, rebroadcast on January 18, 2007.


No Easy Solution For Ft. Thomas Deer Overpopulation Problem (2007-01-19)
Fort Thomas leaders are searching for solutions to what they're calling their deer problem.


Belly Dancing Offers Fun Way To Burn Calories (2007-01-19)
Fitness instructors say you don't need to run ten miles or bench press 300 pounds to get in shape - belly dancing is one of the latest exercise trends.


Leaders Come Together For Neighborhood Summit This Weekend (2007-01-18)
Invest In Neighborhoods will hold it's annual summit of local, city, county and state leaders this Saturday at Xavier's Cintas Center where they will discuss possible solutions to community problems.


Leaders Come Together For Neighborhood Summit This Weekend (2007-01-18)
Invest In Neighborhoods will hold it's annual summit of local, city, county and state leaders this Saturday at Xavier's Cintas Center where they will discuss possible solutions to community problems.


The Ins and Outs of Mastermind Groups on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-01-18)
Vena talks with Una Elliott, who runs a Mastermind Group in the Atlanta area, and with Jim Shapiro, who runs a Mastermind Group in the Cincinnati area, about everything you wanted to know about Mastermind Groups, but were afraid to ask, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on January 17, 2007.


Leaders Come Together For Neighborhood Summit This Weekend (2007-01-18)
Invest In Neighborhoods will hold it's annual summit of local, city, county and state leaders this Saturday at Xavier's Cintas Center where they will discuss possible solutions to community problems.


Cincinnati Alzheimer Center Among Top In State (2007-01-18)
In a survey by the Ohio Department of Aging, more than 99% of families said they would recommend the Alois Alzheimer Center in Cincinnati.


'Cincinnati Strangler' Up For Parole In February (2007-01-18)
Posteal Laskey, aka the "Cincinnati Strangler", has been serving a life sentence in prison since 1967, but is up for parole next month. Hamilton County Prosecutor, Joe Deters, is hoping the public will help keep Laskey behind bars.


Years Later, Health Of Residents Near Fernald Better Than Expected (2007-01-17)
Participants in the Fernald Medical Monitoring Program have received environmental exposure tests and health screenings, and are living longer than the general population


Violence Reduction Expert Visits Cincinnati, Outlines Techniques (2007-01-17)
Professor David Kennedy, known for his work as Director of the Boston Gun Project, has helped reduce gun violence in cities across the country, and in light of Cincinnati's recent spike in homicides, had some advice for Cincinnati City Council's Law Committee.


Northup Announces Candidacy In KY Governor's Race (2007-01-17)
Former U.S. Representative, Anne Northup of Louisville, makes it official and enters the Republican primary for governor of Kentucky.


School Bus Crash In Grant County Leaves 3 In Critical Condition (2007-01-17)
Three middle school students are in critical condition following a school bus crash this morning in Grant County. Two students were taken to Children's Hospital and another was taken to the UK Medical Center in Lexington. The others suffered a variety of non-life threatening injuries. Seventeen students were aboard the bus at the time of the crash on Dixie Highway in Dry Ridge. Meanwhile, Hoxworth officials say the bus accident has put a strain on the local blood supply.


Commissioners, Councilmembers Come To Agreement On Temporary Jail (2007-01-17)
The Hamilton County Commissioners and a majority of Cincinnati City Councilmembers announced today that they have agreed to build a temporary jail.


New Year's Financial Resolutions & Holiday Debt Hangovers on BusinessWise (2007-01-17)
Crystal and Karl, who is filling in for Tom, talk with Mike Chasnoff, President & CEO of Truepoint Capital, about how to manage and grow your wealth in the New Year, and also with Mary Hurlburt, Director of Community Services for Consumer Credit Counseling Service and a Certified Consumer Credit Counselor, about how to manage your post-holiday debt, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on January 16, 2007.


Mayor Mallory Disappointed By MLK Day Brawl (2007-01-16)
A brawl that led to six arrests at a high school basketball tournament at Xavier University's Cintas Center on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day drew criticism from Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory.


Education Improvements Key To Economic Growth In KY (2007-01-16)
Doctor Kenneth Troske, Director of the University of Kentucky Center for Business and Economic Research, said in a conference this morning that emphasis on education will drive economic development.


Carnegie Celebrates Women (2007-01-16)
An exhibit featuring works both by emerging and established female artists is on display through February 2.


Tri-State Motorists Could Soon Be Paying Less Than $2/Gal. (2007-01-16)
Gasoline prices in the Tri-State are on their way down, and AAA Auto Club spokeswoman, Sandra Guile, says as long as oil continues to trade at $50 per barrel, prices at the pump will most likely continue to fall, perhaps below $2 per gallon


Hundreds Of New Biotech Jobs Coming To Greater Cincinnati (2007-01-16)
Work is expected to begin this spring on a redevelopment project that could bring an estimated 400 high paying jobs to the Greater Cincinnati region. The city of Reading announced today that it has received a grant to expand its biotech corridor.


Researchers Make Important Developments To Skin Transplant Process (2007-01-16)
A team of Cincinnati burn researchers is working to produce genetically altered skin cells that can fight the infections skin transplant patients are very susceptible to in the week after surgery.


KY Casino Gambling: Beshear Says, Let Citizens Decide (2007-01-16)
Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Steve Beshear says the people should decide the fate of casino gambling in Kentucky, and if elected, he will give them that chance.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of January 15, 2007 (2007-01-15)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of January 15, 2007.


You're the Guest on Keep Antiquing! (2007-01-15)
Frank opens the phone lines to you, the listener, and takes comments and questions, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on January 12, 2007.


Good Role Model Key To Weight Loss For Overweight Teens (2007-01-15)
One out of three teens is overweight or at risk for being overweight, and one expert says teens are more likely to listen to their peers than their parents when it comes to dieting.


NKU, Florence Post Office Try To Ease Transition To New Passport Law (2007-01-12)
If you plan to fly to Mexico or Canada soon, don't let a new law catch you by surprise.


UC Hosts 35th Annual Martin Luther King Memorial Celebration (2007-01-12)
The University of Cincinnati Medical Center and the Baptist Ministers Conference held their 35th Annual Martin Luther King Memorial Celebration today.


Doctors Discover Pain Relieving Properties Of Sea Snail Venom (2007-01-12)
Chronic pain sufferers are finding relief from a new drug that's found in the venom of sea snails.


Luxury Condo Developer Commissions Riverfront Sculpture (2007-01-12)
One River Plaza, to be constructed on Cincinnati's riverfront, will also be the site of a new metal and glass sculpture by Albert Paley.


Financial New Year's Resolutions on Simply Money (2007-01-12)
Nathan and Ed make their recommendations for one of the most popular New Year's resolutions: straightening out one's finances, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on January 11, 2007.


Free Speech Rights An Issue In Kentucky Blog Lawsuit (2007-01-12)
A hearing has been held in a federal lawsuit challenging a decision by Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher's administration to block state employee access to some political web logs, or blogs.


Aging Population Means Strokes May Be On Rise (2007-01-11)
Even though some reports indicate the incidence of strokes in the U.S. is declining, because the population is aging, more strokes actually may be likely.


Question and Answer Week on Real Life Real Estate Investing. (2007-01-11)
Due to the volume of listener e-mails (thank you!) Vena has scheduled an encore week of questions and answers with special guest, Jim Shapiro, and they answer listeners' real estate questions, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate, broadcast on January 10, 2007.


New Museum Exhibit Honors Cincinnati's Black High Schools (2007-01-11)
The exhibit, which begins Saturday and is called "Strength Within", tells the story of three Cincinnati-area all black high schools, and runs through March 18th.


Free Breast Cancer Screenings In Northern Kentucky (2007-01-11)
The Northern Kentucky Health District is offering free cancer screenings Tuesday in Covington. The mobile mammography van will be parked outside the Kenton County Health Center. More information on the program can be found at www.nkyhealth.org.


Senator McConnell Backs President's Troop Surge Plan (2007-01-11)
Kentucky Republican Senator, Mitch McConnell, spoke out in favor of President Bush's plan for a surge of more than 20,000 troops in Iraq.


Symphony Starts Season On Dramatic Note (2007-01-11)
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is greeting the new year with a dramatic concert program featuring Dutch violinist, Isabelle van Keulen.


NKU Strengthens Campus Smoking Ban (2007-01-11)
The Board of Regents at Northern Kentucky University has voted to expand the smoking ban on campus. The new policy goes into effect in June.


Bed Bugs Making Big Comeback (2007-01-10)
Health officials say there's a resurgence of bed bugs in America, and that they're still spreading.


New Hamilton County Budget Proposal Seeks To Address Problem Areas (2007-01-10)
Hamilton County Board of Commissioners President, Todd Portune, says the new budget will address community and quality of life issues.


Confederate Flag Subject Of Protest At Eastern KY School (2007-01-10)
Protests over an eastern Kentucky school's use of the Confederate flag as a school symbol have now reached the State Board of Education in Frankfort.


Valuing Real Estate and Ohio's New Laws on BusinessWise (2007-01-10)
Crystal and Tom talk with Sam Scoggins of Frost Brown Todd, LLC about strategies for making sure your property is valued properly, and also with Jeff Shoskin, Counsel with Frost Brown Todd, LLC. about Ohio's new smoking law and the increase in the minimum wage, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on January 9, 2007.


Some Cincinnati Bell Customers Will See Rate Increase (2007-01-10)
Cincinnati Bell is raising rates $1.25 a month for basic phone service for customers in Cincinnati and Hamilton.


Governor Fletcher Visits NKU To Gather Community Feedback (2007-01-10)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher says its important to prioritize the state's needs and find out how people across the Commonwealth feel a budget surplus would best be spent. He held a town hall meeting last night at Northern Kentucky University.


Sheriff Leis Now Willing To Consider Temporary Jail (2007-01-10)
Hamilton County Sheriff Simon Leis, who previously was against the idea of a temporary jail, and threatened to file a lawsuit against the Hamilton County Commissioners over the issue, will now consider the idea, under certain conditions.


Campbell County Plans For Growth, Approves School Redistricting (2007-01-09)
After a couple of changes, a redistricting plan in Campbell County will move about 600 students to new schools. Last night the school board approved the proposal four-to-one.


Judge Drees To Disclose Other Sites Considered For Controversial Kenton County Jail (2007-01-09)
Kenton County Judge Executive Ralph Drees is expected to publish on his website a list of the sites he considered for the new Kenton County Jail before deciding on the site near Independence. Visit www.kentoncounty.org for a message from Judge Drees and more Kenton County Jail Facts.


Possible Avian Flu Pandemic Still Looms (2007-01-09)
While it is unclear when or what the consequences will be, most scientists and researchers believe an influenza pandemic will occur.


Security Summit Stresses Readiness (2007-01-09)
Emergency preparedness, especially for the disabled, elderly and their families, was the focus of a day-long summit in Frankfort.


KY Auditor LuAllen Will Run For 2nd Term (2007-01-09)
Kentucky State Auditor Crit LuAllen has made it official, filing with the Secretary of State's office to run for a second term.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of January 8, 2007 (2007-01-08)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of January 8, 2007.


Non-Profit Construction Group Needs Volunteers (2007-01-08)
Building Value is a non-profit construction group that re-uses building materials and is assisted by volunteers. Find out more at http://www.buildingvalue-cincy.org.


KY Horse Racing Industry Subject Of State Audit (2007-01-08)
A state audit of the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority indicates there is a need for stronger management and more financial accountability.


Radon Deadly, But Removal Easy (2007-01-08)
Radon is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and is a widespread and fairly common household gas. It can be deadly, but it is easy and inexpensive to detect and eliminate in your home. Find out more at http://www.nkyhealth.org.


Fletcher Will Hold Town Hall Meeting At NKU (2007-01-08)
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher is coming to Northern Kentucky tomorrow to find out how you think a budget surplus should be spent.


New Candidate Officially Files In KY State Treasurer's Race (2007-01-08)
Three candidates are now running for the State Treasurer's office in Kentucky.


Senator McConnell Consulting With President On Iraq Strategy (2007-01-08)
President Bush is slated to announce this week whether he will send more troops to Iraq, but Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell says the President is working with GOP leaders on a strategy.


Taft High School Student Faces Charges After Incident Involving Gun At School (2007-01-08)
The Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School was locked down today after a 16-year-old 9th grader, who brought two handguns to school, fired one of them.


The FIRST Show of 2007 and YOU Are the Guest on Keep Antiquing! (2007-01-08)
Riding the wave of listener support begun last week, Frank starts off 2007 by opening the phone lines to the listeners, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on January 5, 2007.


The 4th Annual Simply Money Awards on Simply Money (2007-01-05)
Nathan and Ed are joined by Steve Watkins, banking and finance reproter for the Cincinnati Business Courier, for the presentation of the 4th Annual Simply Money Awards where they announce this year's winners in off-the-wall, humorous categories corresponding to completely real events in the financial news, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on January 4, 2007.


More People Going With Gastric Bypass Surgery (2007-01-05)
Gastric bypass surgery is a last ditch effort for some people who have fought an ongoing battle with obesity most of their lives.


Fletcher's Republican Opponent Makes It Official (2007-01-05)
Paducah businessman, Billy Harper, is now an official candidate for the republican nomination for Kentucky governor.


KY Lawmaker Tries Again To Abolish Death Penalty (2007-01-05)
A Louisville lawmaker will try again to get the Kentucky General Assembly to do away with the death penalty in the commonwealth.


Scorsone Swipes At Senate President, Loses Committee Seat (2007-01-05)
Criticism of Kentucky Senate President David Williams by a democratic senator may have cost the senator a plumb committee seat.


KY House Democrats Lay Out '07 Legislative Goals (2007-01-05)
Kentucky House democrats have unveiled their legislative priorities for the remainder of the 2007 session, which began Tuesday.


Cincinnati Police Will Expand Mounted Patrol (2007-01-05)
The mounted patrol needs six horses for an expanding force that is also retiring two animals.


Landmark Year For KY Women In Politics (2007-01-05)
Women politicians are not only making history in Washington, D.C., they're making history in Kentucky.


Bipartisanship Is Key To KY Politics In '07 (2007-01-04)
Kentucky House and Senate leaders are promising to work together in a bipartisanship fashion when lawmakers address the main work of the 2007 session in February.


Children's Hospital In Top 5 Nationwide (2007-01-04)
A comprehensive survey by Child Magazine ranked Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center number five overall nationwide.


How To Invest In High Profit Low Hassle Mortgages on Real Life Real Estate Investing (2007-01-04)
Vena talks with Donna Bauer, "The Note Buyer", about how to invest in high profit, low hassle mortgages, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on January 3, 2007.


Medical Reserve Corps Trains Volunteers To Be Ready For Anything (2007-01-04)
The northern Kentucky region has its own unit of the Medical Reserve Corps, formed in 2002, and their staff is trained to respond to any sort of disaster, whether manmade or natural. Find out more about the local Medical Reserve Corps by visiting http://www.medicalreservecorps.gov/detail.asp?id=304 OR http://www.nkyhealth.org.


KY House Considers New Candidates For Committee Chairs (2007-01-03)
Now that the Kentucky House has new leaders, one of their first duties is to fill vacant committee chairmanships, and one position in particular is drawing considerable attention.


Pepper Wants To Resolve Jail Issue Without Lawsuit (2007-01-03)
Hamilton County Commissioner David Pepper is preparing a timetable for dealing with the issue of a new jail for the county that avoids going through a lawsuit brought about by County Sheriff, Simon Leis.


Top Business Stories of Last Year and the New Year on BusinessWise (2007-01-03)
Crystal and Tom talk with Carolyn Pione, Business Editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer, and with Matthew McCormick, vice president and owner of Bahl and Gaynor Investment Counsel, the top business stories of 2006 and what to expect in Cincinnati's business world in 2007, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on January 2, 2007.


Still No Known Cause For Millions Who Suffer From Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (2007-01-03)
Eighty percent of Americans who suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome remain undiagnosed, in part because the cause is unknown.


Ford Memorialized In Kentucky Capitol Ceremony (2007-01-02)
A memorial was held inside Kentucky's State Capitol to mark the passing of Gerald R. Ford, the 38th president of the United States.


Several Ways To Keep Your Quit Smoking Resolution (2007-01-02)
There's counseling, products such as patches, inhalers or nasal sprays, prescription medication, acupuncture, hypnosis, or cold turkey, but the best way might be a combination of options.


WNKU Earth Calendar for the week of January 1, 2007 (2007-01-02)
WNKU Earth Calendar broadcast the week of January 1, 2007.


At Swearing In Ceremony, Pepper Focuses On Ending Community Violence (2007-01-02)
David Pepper was sworn into office as Hamilton County's newest Commissioner, and took the opportunity to acknowledge that a lot of work lies ahead.


The LAST Show of 2006 and YOU Are the Guest on Keep Antiquing! (2007-01-02)
Frank looks forward to the New Year by opening up the phone lines to listeners, on WNKU Keep Antuiquing!, broadcast on December 29, 2006.


New Freedom Center Exhibit Shows Slavery Far From Abolished (2007-01-02)
A new exhibit at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center spotlights four different kinds of modern slavery occurring around the world, including the U.S., and what can be done about it.


Kentucky General Assembly Returns To Work (2007-01-02)
The 2007 session of the Kentucky General Assembly is underway in Frankfort.