Saturday, December 21, 2019

A VERY Merry Christmas from all of us at Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News! The Christmas Tree, we've all been there done that (thanks to comedian Vic Dibitetto!)

 

In just a few days, the big day will be here and families all around Louisville will be gathering for the Christmas holiday, but imagine having nowhere to call home. That will be the case for many families, but there’s a way you can help change that. Nina Mosley with Wayside Christian Mission joins Scott Fitzgerald with an update on the homeless in Louisville and what needs to be done.

 

Christmas morning will be a magical time for most kids in Kentucky and Indiana, but for those who are living a life of abuse and neglect, Christmas will be just another day. Kentucky and Indiana lead the nation in child abuse. We can do better. Joining Scott Fitzgerald is Pam Darnell, CEO of Family and Children's place who work to stop abuse before it starts.

 

Iraq has suffered terrible violence in recent years, often inflamed by religious differences, but an ancient Christian monastery hidden in the mountains provides an unlikely oasis. CBS News Correspondent Charlie D'Agata paid a visit.

 

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