Emil Moffatt returns to WKU Public Radio as station manager. Moffatt was previously at the station from 2013-2014 as local host of All Things Considered. His new duties also include overseeing operations for WKU’s student station, WWHR 91.7.
Moffatt’s news experience includes a year at Nashville Public Radio and three years at WBAP radio in Dallas. Prior to that, Emil was a minor league baseball play-by-play announcer in Fort Worth, Texas and a producer for Dallas Stars radio broadcasts.
Moffatt holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Texas at Arlington. He is an avid runner and enjoys movies and live music.
After Major League Baseball announced Friday it was moving the All Star Game out of Atlanta, reaction has been swift. MLB said it opposes the new Georgia law that restricts some voting rights.
The former home run leader died last week at age 86, and was remembered as a caring — the kind person who cared as much for his community as he did for his sport. The funeral is Wednesday.
Several dozen malls across the United States are set to reopen on Friday. North Georgia Premium Outlet is one of them.
Jimmy Carter undergoes surgery Tuesday morning at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta to relieve swelling in his brain. The 95-year-old suffered two recent falls.
A gas station in Somerset, Ky., was opened recently by city officials as a way to try to lower gas prices. Critics call it a socialist move and say government competition isn't fair to local firms.