"Highland Heights, Ky." – The Federal "cash for clunkers" program is over, but it's not too late for Kentucky residents to take advantage of a tax incentive that could save hundreds of dollars. Kentucky Automobile Dealers Association spokesman Lee Searcy says House bill three is good for buyers and dealers. He told WNKU's Matt Kelley how people can get credit for their trade-in ( you can get more information at www.kyada.com)
Highland Heights, Kentucky – On January 19th, The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will open an exhibition that pulls no punches in displaying some of the most brutal manifestations of racism and hatred in our nation's history. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg reports.
" Newport, Ky." – If you're over fifty and unemployed, this could be your lucky week. The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the AARP for a job fair targeting mature workers from ten until three this Thursday at Newport on the Levee. Chamber spokesperson Tara Sorrell-Proctor told WNKU's Matt Kelley there are a lot of baby-boomers looking for work ( get more information at www.jobs-nky.com)
Highland HEights, Ky. – Just because the kids have made it through the first few months of school without problems doesn't mean it's smooth sailing from here on out. A University of Cincinnati psychiatrist warns that this is the time of year the stress of school has its full effect.