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Indiana’s Environmental Future

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A report released this week in cooperation with the Environmental Protection Agency gave new insight into future climate change and how it will affect the United States. WFHB Correspondent David Murphy speaks with Indiana University Professor of Atmospheric Sciences Sara Pryor, about the findings on this report and what they mean for the future of environmental changes in Indiana, for today’s Daily Local News feature exclusive.

Voices in the Street – Speaking from Experience: Advice Post Pomp and Circumstance

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This time of year, our community’s youth find themselves on the cusp of big change. In the midst of graduations at IU, Ivy Tech, as well as local high schools, we asked YOU for advice and words of wisdom for our local graduating seniors.

EcoReport – Jacqui Bauer: City of Bloomington Sustainability Coordinator

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In today’s EcoReport feature, Jacqui Bauer, Sustainability Coordinator for the City of Bloomington, discusses some of the City’s upcoming sustainability and renewable energy initiatives.

Primary Election Results

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WFHB News Staff Alycin Bektesh and Joe Crawford were on hand throughout the primary elections held in Indiana yesterday, and brought regular interviews and updated results as the ballots were counted. The results of all the contested primary races here – in today’s wfhb feature report.

Daily Local News – May 7, 2014

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A demonstration this evening on the courthouse square is part of a larger day of action called Days of Remembrance, a nationwide effort to bring attention to united states drone use; The Monroe County Commission accepted a $120,000 state grant May 2nd to help build a pedestrian trail just west of Bloomington; In the latest report in a series of Non Profit examinations authored by Indiana University professor in the school of public and environmental affairs Kirsten Grønbjerg, findings show that membership-based non profits are especially hard hit by economic recessions; The Ellettsville Plan Commission discussed ideas for expanding the Town during a meeting May 1st.

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WFHB News Staff Alycin Bektesh and Joe Crawford were on hand throughout the primary elections held in Indiana yesterday, and brought regular interviews and updated results as the ballots were counted. The results of all the contested primary races here – in today’s wfhb feature report.

BLOOMINGTON BEWARE
People in the service, and their families, and their friends — and now, a lot of ordinary civillians as well — are at serious risk from nasty, savvy, and highly targeted scams. If you’re military, beware — and whether you are or not, help spread the word.

CREDITS
Today’s headlines were written by Alycin Bektesh
Along with Joe Crawford for CATSweek, in partnership with Community Access Television services.
Bloomington Beware was produced by Richard Fish, along with correspondent Andrew Huddleston
Our feature was produced by Ilze Akerbergs.
Our engineer today is Jim Lang,
Executive Producer is Alycin Bektesh.

Bloomington Beware! – Military Maneuvers

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People in the service, and their families, and their friends — and now, a lot of ordinary civillians as well — are at serious risk from nasty, savvy, and highly targeted scams. If you’re military, beware — and whether you are or not, help spread the word.

Local Live – Amigo Fields

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Spanglish is the name of the game with Amigo Fields. Listen to the stellar cast of musicians sing lullabies and uplifting tunes in both Spanish and English that will make you want to jump in and join the fun.

Songs:
1. Miss You Already
2. American Lullaby
3. Pablo Neruda
4. Paradise
5. Angeles en el Ascensor (Angels in the Elevator)

Local Live is produced and hosted by Nichole O’Neal
Engineered by Jim Lang, Dan Withered, and Ilsa
Post-production mix by Jar
Executive Producer is Jim Manion

Ins and Outs of Money – What’s your Interest?

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So, what’s your interest? This week we are going to test your knowledge on how interest works for or against you in budgeting and personal finance.

Daily Local News – May 5, 2014

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Indiana’s primary elections are tomorrow, May 6th, with polls opening at 6am and closing at 6pm; At a Bloomington City Council meeting last week, the owners of three large new buildings downtown asked council members to approve tax breaks for their businesses; Indiana University-Bloomington is being investigated for violations of federal sex discrimination rules; On May first, Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly announced his support for a Senate bill that would approve the Keystone XL pipeline without requiring a permit from President Obama to move forward.

FEATURE
A new report from the American Lung Association says Indianapolis has the 20th most polluted air in the country. That’s based on levels of small particles in the air that affect cardiovascular health and could be linked to cancer. The report shows worsening air quality in Indianapolis and around the country. Assistant News Director Joe Crawford brings us this WFHB feature exclusive on what the new data means for Indianapolis and Monroe County, where we know much less about pollution levels.

ACTIVATE!
Lucy Schaich, Assistant Director of the City of Bloomington’s Volunteer Network along with New Hope Family Shelter Executive Director Elaine Gwin and New Hope volunteer Joanne on the Volunteer Network’s Fill the Gap community volunteer initiative and the specific needs of Fill the Gap partner agency New Hope Family Shelter.

CREDITS
Anchors: Maria McKinley, Doug Storm
Today’s headlines were written by David Murphy and Alycin Bektesh
Along with Joe Crawford for CATSweek, a partnership with Community Access Television Services.
Our feature was produced by Joe Crawford.
Activate! is produced by Jennifer Whitaker,
Our engineer today is Chris Martin,
The Executive producer is Alycin Bektesh.

Air Quality Takes Turn for the Worse

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A new report from the American Lung Association says Indianapolis has the 20th most polluted air in the country. That’s based on levels of small particles in the air that affect cardiovascular health and could be linked to cancer. The report shows worsening air quality in Indianapolis and around the country. Assistant News Director Joe Crawford brings us this WFHB feature exclusive on what the new data means for Indianapolis and Monroe County, where we know much less about pollution levels.

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