R.G. Dunlop is an award-winning member of Louisville Public Media's Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting team. His work has exposed government corruption and resulted in numerous reforms. In a 35-year career at the Courier-Journal, Dunlop served as Eastern Kentucky bureau chief, legal affairs reporter, city editor and state enterprise reporter. He is a Peabody Award winner, a three-time finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and was twice a member of teams that won George Polk Awards.
Across the country, few people have been on death row longer than Karu Gene White. White was 20 years old when he was convicted of taking part in the brutal murders of three elderly Breathitt County shopkeepers in February 1979. The following year, he was sentenced to death by execution. Today, nearly 44 years later, […]