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This is the WFHB Local News for Thursday, October 8th, 2020. Later in the program, we have an excerpt from last week’s episode of Interchange titled “Draining the Heartland: Authoritarian Populism in Rural America.” WFHB’s Bradi Heaberlin speak
This is the WFHB Local News for Wednesday, October 7th, 2020. Later in the program, you will hear from a town hall hosted by Hoosier Action for Indiana House District 62. That’s coming up in today’s feature report. Also coming up, there was an
This is the WFHB Local News for Tuesday, October 6th, 2020. Later in the program, Indiana begins early voting today. WFHB Correspondent Aaron Comforty talks to voters who are getting ready to cast their ballots before election day. Also coming
This is the WFHB Local News for Monday, October 5th, 2020. Later in the program, Dave Seastrom of the Brown County Hour presents an essay titled a “A Year of Covid.” That’s coming up in today’s feature reports. Also coming up in the next half h
This is the WFHB Local News for Friday, October 2nd, 2020. Later in the program, WFHB Correspondent Aaron Comforty spoke with Katie Norris about her work at the Hotels for Homeless organization. Also coming up in the next half hour, advocacy gr
This is the WFHB Local News for Monday, September 28th, 2020. Later in the program, the Monroe County Public Library reopened today with limited in-person services. WFHB News Director Kade Young sat down and spoke with Grier Carson in a sociall
The Monroe County Public Library reopened today with limited in-person services. WFHB News Director Kade Young sat down with Grier Carson, Associate Director of the library, for a socially distant interview. A hand sanitizer station greets peop
This is the WFHB Local News for Friday, September 25th, 2020. Later in the program, we present an excerpt from Bring It On – Indiana’s only weekly radio program committed to exploring the people, issues and events impacting the African-American
  Hours after the lawsuit was filed, IPL announced their compliance with EPA’s allegations and said that they would reduce their emissions at the Petersburg plant. Following this, EPA announced that Morgan County’s air quality is officially
This is the WFHB Local News for Wednesday, September 9th, 2020. Later in the program, you will hear from Pallavi Rao, a PhD candidate at Indiana University’s Media School. She spoke with WFHB Correspondent Aaron Comforty about her involvement w
This is the WFHB Local News for Friday, September 4th, 2020. Later in the program, WFHB Correspondent Aaron Comforty reports that Indiana University’s Covid-19 data has not been included in the Indiana State Department of Health’s coronavirus d
This is the WFHB Local News for Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020. Later in the program, you will hear from Scott Shackleford, Cyber Security Program Chair at IU-Bloomington, about a recent study on election security. That’s coming up in today’s f
This is the WFHB Local News for Monday, August 31st, 2020. Later in the program, WFHB Correspondent Aaron Comforty speaks with Bradi Heaberlin, author of an opinion piece in the Indiana Daily Student titled “Reopening IU Puts Everyone in Harm’s
This is the WFHB Local News for Friday, August 28th, 2020. Later in the program, WFHB Correspondent Aaron Comforty talks to Abby Ang, local activist and scholar, about an alt-right flyer found at Indiana University. More in today’s feature repo
This is the WFHB Local News for Wednesday, August 26th, 2020. Later in the program, The League of Women Voters begins a podcast on the WFHB Local News titled “Issues and Civics.” In today’s segment, host Jim Allison talks to Josephine McCormick
This is the WFHB Local News for Monday, August 24th, 2020. Later in the program, Diane Walker hosts a panel discussion with several sources in her Limestone Post story titled “Some Renter Help Available As End of Eviction Moratorium Looms.” Wal
Text in this post was edited for clarity on August 24th. I spoke with founder of Yellowwood Youth, Josie Sparks, who will be a high school senior this year and has spent the past year working endlessly to get to this point.  Yellowwood Youth wa
This is the WFHB Local News for Friday, August 21st, 2020. Later in the program, Diane Walker – contributor for the Limestone Post, continues her conversation with Jacob Sipe – executive director of the Indiana Housing and Community Development
Located on 7th and Elm Street in Bloomington Indiana sits the Banneker Community Center. However, this building was not always a community center. Above the entrance to the buildings is a carving in the limestone which reads “1915 Banneker Scho
This is the WFHB Local News for Wednesday, August 19th, 2020. Later in the program, Diane Walker, contributor for the Limestone Post, continues her conversation with Jacob Sipe – executive director of the Indiana Housing and Community Developme
This is the WFHB Local News for Monday, August 17th, 2020. Later in the program, Diane Walker – contributor for the Limestone Post, talks to Jacob Sipe – executive director of the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority about the en
This is the WFHB Local News for Wednesday, August 12, 2020. Later in the program, you will hear from Jeff Baldwin, executive director of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Bloomington. Baldwin discusses low-cost childcare options available for familie
This is the WFHB Local News for Monday, August 10th, 2020. Coming up in the next half hour, a Few Minutes with the Mayor – a weekly segment where local residents pose questions to Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton about community issues. But firs
The press conference included around 4,500 educators and education staff from Indiana with the purpose of calling schools to only begin in-person schooling if it is safe to do so, with the right protocols and safety measures for keeping covid c
This is the WFHB Local News for Wednesday, August 5th, 2020. In today’s show, you will hear from Trudy Weddle, Vice President of Enrollment at Ivy Tech Bloomington. She talked about reopening Ivy Tech for the fall semester. Also coming up, a fe
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