Jake Ryan is reporter and producer at KVNF. He received his B.A. in Journalism from Western Illinois University. After serving with Americorps and volunteering for a community radio station in Maryland, he graduated from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. His pieces have been aired on Delmarva Public Radio, Maine Public Broadcasting Network, and New Hampshire Public Radio. He enjoys board games, trying new things, and flying kites.
White supporters of the movement have encountered responses (from welcoming to wariness) from some African-American activists. That hasn't stopped them from leading pro-BLM protests in Louisville, Ky.
People across Louisville, Ky., celebrated the life of Muhammad Ali as his body was driven through the city and laid to rest on Friday.
In Louisville, Ky., a fight is brewing between Google and AT&T. Google wants to bring its ultra-fast fiber Internet service to the city, but it wants to use other utilities poles. The city allowed that to happen. AT&T says not so fast.
After the Charleston, S.C, church shootings, Kentucky banned the sale of Confederate flag merchandise at its state fair next year. Vendors are under pressure not to sell it at this year's fair.