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Monitoring First Amendment and open government issues across the commonwealth. Saturday, February 28, Conway concerned about bill for new agency; Stumbo says changes coming Monday. Attorney General Jack Conway has raised what appear to be his first public questions about legislation to create an investigative arm of the legislature not subject to the open-records law or subpoenas. He indicated that he had hoped to meet with them about it but had been unsuccessful.
It is a clear channel radio station operating at 50, watts around the clock; the station's studios are located in the Louisville enclave of Watterson Park and the transmitter site is in Long Run in far east Jefferson County. WHAS' daytime signal can be heard in almost all of central Kentucky, as well as large slices of Ohio and Indiana , providing city-grade coverage as far south as Lexington and as far north as Cincinnati , and secondary coverage as far as Dayton and Indianapolis , its nighttime signal can be heard in most of the continental U. Its first broadcast was on July 18, , it was originally assigned the frequency of kHz.