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On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman will talk with candidates in the 4th Congressional District Republican primary.  The program which airs "live" on Kentucky Educational TV Monday night at 8:00, will be re-broadcast Tuesday morning at 11:00 on 88.9 WEKU.

On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman will talk with candidates in the 4th and 5th Congressional District Democratic primaries.  The KET program which airs "live" Monday evening will be re-broadcast on WEKU Tuesday morning at 11:00.

On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will issues confronting the General Assembly.  The program, which airs "live" on KET at 8:00 pm Monday, repeats at 11:00 am Tuesday on the WEKU stations.

On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight,  host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss the 2012 General Assembly.

On the Monday, March 19/Tuesday March 20 edition of Kentucky Tonight host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss prescription drug abuse.

WEKU will broadcast three special news programs in the afternoon and evening of Tuesday March 6, 2012.

On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss expanded gambling.  The program that airs on Kentucky Educational Television (KET) Monday  at 7:00 pm/8:00 Central will be re-broadcast on WEKU Tuesday at  11:00 am.

On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss a proposal to make the University of Pikeville a state school.

On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss legislation to raise the mandatory dropout age from 16 to 18.

On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss the state budget.

The primary election is just over a week away.  So, expect aggressive campaigning this week by the three Republican candidates for governor.  It may begin tonight’s during a gubernatorial forum on Kentucky Educational Television.    Political scientist Joe Gershtenson, who teaches at Eastern Kentucky University, says the primary seems to be ‘creeping up under the radar.’

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