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More than a dozen Internal Affairs complaints against the Minneapolis Police officer involved in the death of George Floyd; we report on what's behind the current tensions.

2020Talks - May 29, 2020 


Republican Voters Against Trump just launched and plans to spend $10 million on the 2020 campaign. And President Trump signed an executive order making social media companies liable for content their users post.

Public News Service - KY: Community Issues and Volunteering

A trip to the grocery Saturday in Kentucky can help others - those who depend on the state's domestic-violence shelters. (Greg Stotelmyer)

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Help is needed this coming Saturday across Kentucky for a one-day fundraiser that benefits the state's network of 15 domestic violence shelters. Organizers of Shop and Share – the annual goods drive in 132 grocery stores across the state – say you can help by vol

A new national report shows nearly one in four Kentucky households with children isn't able to afford sufficient amounts of nutritious food. (Greg Stotelmyer)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Hunger in Kentucky remains well above the national average, according to a new report. In the past two years, according to the Food Research and Action Center, nearly one in four Kentucky households with children has been unable to afford enough food. Dare to Care Food Bank partn

Dr. Gail Christopher, a  national expert in holistic health and diversity, told community and health leaders in Kentucky that if they work more on improving inequities the state's health will improve. (Shannon Wells)

LEXINGTON, Ky. - A national expert in holistic health and diversity told community and health leaders in Kentucky yesterday that if they work more on improving inequities, including income and access to care, the health of the state's population will improve. The message came from Dr. Gail Christo

Young people are the future of Kentucky, and may also be the source of some

HAZARD, Ky. – With Eastern Kentuckians looking for ways to re-energize their region, collaborative efforts are popping up – including the "Big Ideas Fest for Appalachia," on Friday in Hazard. Organizers say the focus is on growing and diversifying the economy through innovation and coll

With the start of school nearing, civic, faith and business groups across Kentucky are sponsoring school supply drives. (Greg Stotelmyer)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The calendar tells you all you need to know. The start of school is near and store aisles are filled with parents and their children buying school supplies. But, for some parents it's a huge financial burden. That's where civic, faith and business groups are stepping up. In the gre

Investing in Kentucky's Future grants are focusing on helping make communities in the Commonwealth healthier. (Greg Stotelmyer)

ALBANY, Ky. – When surveyed recently, Kentuckians said exercise was the most important thing they can do to improve their health, but many also said that's a very difficult step to take. There are efforts under way in several Kentucky communities to help folks do just that, step by step. T

A new report says only one in 13 children from lower-income families in Kentucky is participating in summer nutrition programs. (God's Pantry Food Banks)

LEXINGTON, Ky. - More children from lower-income families in Kentucky are getting summer meals, according to a new national report, but the analysis also shows there's still a huge need to feed more kids. The Food Research and Action Center's annual tally says Kentucky increased participation in s

Support is strong in all geographic regions of Kentucky for a statewide smoke-free law according to the latest poll data. (Greg Stotelmyer)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Policies that lead to decreased smoking rates are now garnering strong support in all five regions of the Bluegrass State, according to the latest Kentucky Health Issues Poll. The survey found two-thirds of Kentuckians favor a statewide law prohibiting smoking indoors in most pub

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