NPR's Kathy Lohr Reports On "All Things Considered"
Saying his role as police chief has "become a distraction," Bill Lee Jr. announced he was stepping down temporarily.
The Sanford, Fla. police chief has been under fire for the way he has handled the investigation surrounding the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Martin, who was unarmed, was shot by a a 28-year-old man, George Zimmerman, who claimed self defense.
During a news conference, today, Lee said that he stands by his police department, its personnel and the investigation that was conducted, but he was stepping down to "restore a semblance of calm to the city."
On Bill’s Eye, I haven’t written about the KET program Education Matters. We’ve been taping the monthly educational series since 2010, and it has covered a variety of subjects facing Kentucky schools, parents, educators, and children. Some of those subjects have been serving the state’s adult learners, technology for next generation learning, and arts in Kentucky education.
Two entrepreneurs who changed American breakfasts have died. Robert Siegel talks about Sam Glazer, a co-founder of the Mr. Coffee company and Murray Lender, who helped make Lender's Bagels a household name.