The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration announced plans to add five addiction treatment centers across the state today, including one in Bloomington; The city is offering window-clings to businesses that want to keep people from using vaporizers and e-cigarettes on their premises; The Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative has received full funding from the state; The state health commissioner advises physicians to be pro-active in checking patients for Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever; Nearly 700 Indiana students erroneously were allowed to use calculators on this year’s ISTEP exams; Indiana’s oldest wild bald eagle was spotted at Lake Monroe.
Yesterday, as citizens marked the 241st anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, WFHB talked with Bloomington’s Veterans of Foreign Wars about the holiday.
A new federal law governing robo-calls.
Today’s headlines were written by Ashley Curtis, Wes Martin, Robert Goldcamp, and Cole Stinson. Our anchors were Scott Weddle and Barbara Fuqua. Better Beware was produced by Richard Fish. Our feature was produced by Arjun Balasundaram. Our engineer was Michael Glab. Our executive producer is Joe Crawford.
Host Maria Auxi Viloria and Jonathan De La Cruz interviewed Jane “Juanita” Walter and Alma …
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