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Standing Room Only – Local Leaders Forum (July 30th 2013)

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On July 30th, The City of Bloomington held a periodic panel discussion of local government figures to address concerns, express views, and update the public on the workings of local government. The panel discussion included included A. John Rose – Moderator, Susie Johnson- Director of Public Works, Mark Kruzan – Mayor, and others. This talk was recorded on location at the Bloomington City Chamber of Commerce by Community Access Television Services for Standing Room Only, on WFHB.

Bloomington Beware! – Imposters!

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Knock, knock. Who’s there? Impostor. Imposter who? Just because there’s a man in a uniform standing in front of you, doesn’t always mean they are who they say they are. Be aware.

IU Physicists Receive 4.5M Grant

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Indiana University announced last week that a team of IU physicists will receive a grant of over five-point-four million dollars from the National Science Foundation. The department will use the grant funding to continue research of the subtle properties of subatomic particles. To learn more about subatomic particle research, WFHB reporter Nash Hott spoke with Mike Snow, a grant recipient, researcher, and professor at the IU Physics department, for today’s WFHB feature exclusive.

Daily Local News – October 2, 2013

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In the midst of a government shutdown, former Mayor of Seymour, Indiana Bill Bailey has declared his bid for Congress; Purdue University researchers are working on ways to detect explosives and neutralize their impact, as part of a U.S. Department of Homeland Security center led by Northeastern and Rhode Island universities; Citizens Climate Lobby will hold a workshop this month, to work to enact policies that reduce the greenhouse gases causing climate change. Marcia Veldman, co-organizer of the Bloomington chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby, says the workshop is meant to provide training for people interested in climate change issues; Indiana University researchers are reminding women that even though former smokers are more likely to gain weight after quitting, the health benefits of quitting are greater than any negative side-effects.

FEATURE
Indiana University announced last week that a team of IU physicists will receive a grant of over five-point-four million dollars from the National Science Foundation. The department will use the grant funding to continue research of the subtle properties of subatomic particles. To learn more about subatomic particle research, WFHB reporter Nash Hott spoke with Mike Snow, a grant recipient, researcher, and professor at the IU Physics department, for today’s WFHB feature exclusive.

BLOOMINGTON BEWARE!
Knock, knock. Who’s there? Impostor. Imposter who? Just because there’s a man in a uniform standing in front of you, doesn’t always mean they are who they say they are. Be aware.

CREDITS
Anchors: Cathi Norton and Kelly Wherley
Today’s headlines were written by Casey Kuhn, Yin Yuan,
and Yvonne Cheng.
Bloomington Beware is produced by Richard Fish.
Nash Hott produced our feature.
Our engineer is Jim Lang.
Editor is Drew Daudelin.
Executive Producer is Alycin Bektesh.

In-studio: Pacific Curls – Live Performance

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WFHB welcomes Lotus performers Pacific Curls for a live in-studio performance and interview.

 

In-studio: Christine Salem – Live Performance

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WFHB welcomes Lotus performer Christine Salem for a live in-studio performance and interview.

In-studio: Leyla McCalla – Live Performance

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WFHB welcomes Lotus performer Leyla McCalla for a live in-studio performance and interview.

My Health Matters – Paleo Diet: Jeanne Sept

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IU Professor of Anthropology, Jeanne Sept, discusses what the Paleo Diet is and the history behind it.

Ins and Outs of Money – Financial Horror Stories

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Ashley and Sarah share some scary stories of financial woe, and offer ways to fight debt demons and money monsters on The Ins and Outs of Money, our weekly segment providing economic education to keep your budget balanced, and connecting you to community resources that help you keep your finances flourishing.

Young on Stalemate

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A House Budget Bill with a provision of a one-year Affordable Care Act Delay was rejected by the Senate late last night, causing a stalemate on the eve of the budget due date that caused a spending freeze on all federal operations, beginning today. WFHB News Director Alycin Bektesh spoke with Indiana Congressman Todd Young about what the spending freeze means and what will resolve the congressional stalemate, for today’s WFHB feature exclusive.

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