Wendy Barnett

Production Coordinator/Host

Wendy started her career at WEKU in 2001.  After leaving the station in 2007 she returned in 2017 and was named Production Coordinator in 2018 overseeing station content and operations.  Wendy also hosts Morning Edition.

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The House Judiciary Committee hears testimony from Department of Justice whistleblowers who allege that political considerations are unduly influencing major prosecutorial decisions. Watch the live video today at noon below.

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Three of the main Democrats fighting for the chance to take on Mitch McConnell in Kentucky's U.S. Senate race this year include: State Rep. Charles Booker, Mike Brohier, and Amy McGrath. Capitol reporter Ryland Barton profiles the three candidates.

State Rep. Charles Booker

Mike Brohier

Office of Governor Andy Beshear

As the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 spreads across the globe, the nation, and through Kentucky, Governor Andy Beshear will be addressing the Commonwealth Monday, Dec. 21, and Tuesday, Dec. 22, at 4:00 p.m.

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Courtesy of Randy Fisher and Frank Kees



As Memorial Day is observed on Monday, American Legion Department of Kentucky Service Officer, Randy Fisher tells WEKU that Memorial Day is for honoring the fallen soldiers who served our country. He talked to WEKU’s Wendy Barnett.

Frank Kees is the Director of the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North East. He told WEKU’s Samantha Morrill about the cemetery, and how people can pay their respects and support Kentucky’s Veterans Cemeteries.



WEKU's Wendy Barnett talks with Kabby Akers of B.U.I.L.D. Lex about their goals for Lexington's community and the progress they made at Tuesday night's Nehemiah Alliance Assembly meeting with community leaders.