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Bring It On! – July 18, 2016

Liz Mitchell and Cornelius Wright host a discussion on the recent Bloomington rally for Black Lives Matter with Lia Robinson, and Amrita Myers. Residents packed the Monroe County Courthouse square to listen and understand better the racial issues and injustices struggle with every day. Lia Robinson is the Black Lives Matter march organizer, and Amrita Myers is a history professor. …

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Daily Local News – July 18, 2016

WFHB reporters were at the Courthouse Square in downtown Bloomington this weekend covering what turned out to be one of the largest political rallies the city has seen in recent years. The Black Lives Matter rally was organized following the recent police killings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Philando Castile in Minneapolis. The event began with a …

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Black Lives Matter Rally Coverage – 7/16/16

WFHB reporters were at the Courthouse Square in downtown Bloomington this weekend covering what turned out to be one of the largest political rallies the city has seen in recent years. The Black Lives Matter rally was organized following the recent police killings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Philando Castile in Minneapolis. The event began with a …

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Local Initiatives Help Rehabilitate Recently Released Ex-Cons

IU student correspondent Julie Masterson reports that for many people convicted of crimes, the hardest part of going to jail is getting out. Re-entering society can be tough; especially for those who are still prisoners to addiction, mental illness, and poverty. As the Monroe County Jail becomes increasingly overcrowded, the court systems and local organizatoins have initiatives aimed at trying …

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Food Banks and Local Agencies Serve Community

Since the 2007 recession, increases in poverty have drawn attention to the need for community kitchens and food banks. Today, 1/7 Americans rely on these services to feed themselves and their families. Food banks and agencies have become an important resource across the country. IU student journalist, Alyson Weigel, reports that Bloomington is no different. Each Monday during June and …

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Local Live – J.D. Maulin

New Board

JD Maulin plays a few songs for us, along with his brother Terry Lee Maulin on electric guitar, and his mother Nancy Pooley on backup vocals. The Americana trio play music that was inspired by a wedding cruise, the works of James Joyce and reactionary radio. 1. Barricade 2. What Kind of Love? 3. Ulysses Relapsed 4. Such Careless Love …

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bloomingOUT – Kevin Thornton (from Indiana Queen) – July 14, 2016

Join hosts Ryne and JP as they interview the Out frontman of alt-country group, Indiana Queen, as he talks about his choice to work in country music, his experiences as an Out musician in popular country music, and the inspirations and influences behind Indiana Queen’s sound. Plus, your weekly roundup of LGBTQ+ news headlines. This episode features music from Indiana …

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Professor Marjorie Hershey on Pence as Trump’s VP Nominee

Mike Pence may be out of the race for governor of Indiana. That’s because, according to the Indianapolis Star, Pence has been chosen to be the vice presidential nominee for the Republican party. Pence would run alongside Donald Trump. The newspaper does not clearly cite its source, but they state plainly that “IndyStar has confirmed that Trump plans to announce …

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Daily Local News – July 14, 2016

In its second meeting of the week, the Bloomington City Council last night authorized a tax break associated with a mixed use development on South Walnut Street where the Chocolate Moose and other small businesses are currently located; The City of Bloomington Utilities is again reporting high levels of disinfectant byproducts, or DBPs, in the City’s drinking water; Indiana has …

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EcoFeature – Katherine Tilghman of ICEY Bloomington Discusses Solar Renewable Energy

In today’s EcoFeature, Norm Holy interviews Katherine Tilghman, local teenager and member of Interfaith Community of Environmentalist Youth (ICEY Bloomington). ICEY has teamed up with Solar Indiana Renewable Energy Network to promote a solar project in the Elm Heights/Bryan Park neighborhood. For residents who wish to learn more, there will be a forum held tonight July 14th from 6 to …

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