Saturday, May 23, 2020

Kentuckiana's Morning News is remembering our fallen heroes this weekend. One of those is the late actor Charles Durning, who as a journalist landed on the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944 along side the 425,000 who were killed in the battle of Normandy. Here is his emotional account of that day.

CBS News' Chip Reid shares the story of a husband-wife duo who started a Virginia non-profit to help local small businesses stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. Now, their model is being copied coast to coast.

Major retailers are starting to reopen, but it's not business as usual. CBS Mireya Villarreal goes inside a newly reopened department store to show how the shopping experience is changing for customers and retailers.

Honor Flight Bluegrass does so much for our veterans and today their Chairman Jeff Thoke joins Scott Fitzgerald talking about remembering those we lost and how important it is to talk to the surviving about fellow vets they lost.

Whayne Porter with Kentucky Planning Partners and host of Money 411 Tuesday nights at 7p on TalkRadio 1080WKJK, joins Scott to talk about your money as the economy starts to open up. What exactly is the new norm?

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