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Current person in role: Jar Turner (2015-present)

Lack of Registration for “Service Animals” Creates System of Abuse

There is no federal authority that oversees the registration of service animals, leading to abuse of the registration system that could have a negative impact on those with a legitimate need for service dogs in public. News Director Alycin Bektesh investigated a recent incident involving a Bloomington Transit rider, and what it demonstrates about complications in complying with the Americans …

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Daily Local News – March 27, 2014

A prominent expert on wind power generation will speak at the Indiana University Cinema in Bloomington on Wednesday, April 2nd; The Community Aids Action Group of South Central Indiana is hosting the 10th annual Bloomington Aids Walk this Saturday; The Hoosier Hills Food Bank is currently running the March Against Hunger food drive, along with Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller. …

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EcoReport – Kim Ferraro: Hoosier Environmental Council

In today’s EcoReport feature, Kim Ferraro from the Hoosier Environmental Council gives a wrap up on the environmental ramifications of the 2014 Indiana legislative session.

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Bloomington Beware! – Telephone Danger

The telephone is now the most popular way for scammers to find you. Here are the biggest scams, and how to hang up on ’em.

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Labor Management Committee

This August will mark the 13th year of a unique, local consultative forum for workers and their bosses at a city utility service operation. In 2001 Bloomington established the Labor Management Committee to allow for ongoing consultation and to make recommendations for the operation of the City’s two wastewater-treatment facilities—the Dillman Road plant on the South side and the Blucher …

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Daily Local News – March 26, 2014

There is a locally mounted push to have a bicycle-pedestrian bridge built across the new Interstate 69 on Bloomington’s west side, close to its intersection with West 3rd Street; Bloomington’s annual autism program, sponsored by the city’s Community and Family Resources Department, is back on Tuesday, April 1st; A screening of the film It’s a Girl will be held on …

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Activate! – New Hope: Emilly and Heather

Emilly and Heather from the New Hope Family Shelter talk about the shelter’s new children’s summer program and the upcoming Homeward Bound walk.

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Petition: Land Swap Could Save B-Line Woods

A controversial subdivision is just a step away from getting the green light this week. The Bloomington City Council plans to vote Wednesday on a Habitat for Humanity project to build 35 homes on the west side of town. But to make room for the development, Habitat has to clear most of the city’s only large wooded area downtown. Some …

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Daily Local News – March 25, 2014

A recent study performed by the National Network to End Domestic Violence found that more than sixty-six thousand people are victims of domestic violence in a given day in the U-S, seventeen hundred of them in the state of Indiana; Last week, more than forty-one hundred petitions to veto Senate Bill three-forty were delivered to Governor Mike Pence; Opponents of …

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Ins and Outs of Money – Earned Income Tax Credit

Join Ashley as she interviews Jamie Andree, Director of the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic, about the Earned Income Tax Credit and what to do if you’re audited.

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