Could Washington D.C. become the 51st state? Sunday, Jun 28 2020 

For the first time since 1993, the House of Representatives will vote on making D.C. the 51st state.


Can the president use the military to stop protests? Friday, Jun 5 2020 

President Trump threatened to deploy the military to help police during protests. Through the Insurrection Act he can, but there are some caveats.


Should states expand mail-in voting this November? Friday, May 22 2020 

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, whether states should expand vote-by-mail in November has become a controversial issue.


WHAS Up Saturday, May 16 2020 

Rob Harris answers some of your most pressing questions about...anything and everything.


The history behind ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ and other graduation traditions Saturday, May 16 2020 

We've been following some of these traditions for centuries, but where did they come from?


Don’t forget to change your clocks! Daylight Saving Time starts Sunday Friday, Mar 6 2020 

We're going to "spring forward" this weekend, but we wanted to know who decided to make Daylight Saving Time a thing.


Why do we have a State of the Union? And why does Nancy Pelosi get to call the shots? Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

President Trump joins Bill Clinton as presidents addressing the group that impeached them.


Not Milk? Kentucky bill challenges non-dairy ‘milk’ products Tuesday, Jan 14 2020 

A bill in the Kentucky legislature this year takes aim at dairy alternatives like almond and oat milk. What does it stand to accomplish?


A plastic bag ban may not be as green as you think Friday, Jan 10 2020 

Kentucky lawmakers will decide if we will join other communities in banning plastic bags. However, the alternatives have their share of problems, too.


You’re probably supporting human trafficking and you don’t even know it. Wednesday, Jan 8 2020 

In Kentucky, the agriculture and food service industry are hit particularly hard.


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