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‘Inside Louisville’ talks with LMPD Police Chief Jackie Gwinn-Villaroel

One year since she was appointed chief of the Louisville Metro Police Department, Jackie Gwinn-Villaroel still faces some big challenges. In this episode of Inside Louisville, meet the woman behind the badge as Chief Gwinn-Villaroel tells her story, explaining how she went from pastor to police officer, what brought her to Louisville, and what she envisions for the future of our city.

TeleFund 2024 features performances from Exile, Celtic Woman, Carole King & James Taylor and more!

KET’s TeleFund 2024 event is March 2-10 and features a live concert from and documentary about Exile, the Kentucky band whose 1978 pop hit “Kiss You All Over” topped the charts, as well as concerts and performances from other artists, such as Celtic Woman, Carole King & James Taylor, as well as many others. Throughout TeleFund, viewers can support KET by calling in their pledge to (800) 866-0366 or visiting KET.org/Donate.

‘Kentucky Afield’ answers questions about the spring fishing season

Spring is here, and Kentuckians eager to return to their favorite fishing spots can get ready with Kentucky Afield: Spring Fishing Question and Answer Show. Join host Chad Miles and experts from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources as they answer questions and offer advice on the upcoming spring fishing season.

‘Inside Louisville’ talks with presidents of Louisville’s largest university and college: Kim Schatzel of UofL and Ty Handy of JCTC

This Presidents’ Day, get to know the presidents of the city’s largest university and college. One year since taking office as president at the University of Louisville, Kim Schatzel talks about her corporate background, her previous jobs – including a stint on the assembly line at Ford – and what brought her to Louisville. Ty Handy, president of Jefferson Community and Technical College, offers an inside look at how JCTC is changing the game when it comes to higher education and how the school and larger city is attracting new students to town.