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Daily Local News – December 19, 2017


The Indiana Director of the Department of Child Services announced her resignation; changes in the Environmental Protection Agency’s toxicity standards mean the city of Bloomington will save money on Switchyard Park; Indiana Senate Democrats have begun putting together a legislative agenda for 2018; and The Community Foundation of Bloomington and Monroe County received its single largest donation to date.

The State of Indiana is in the process of revising its 2018 and 2019 budget to reflect corporate income tax reductions. The state will collect nearly 400 million dollars less in revenue than it had previously anticipated. WFHB News Director Wes Martin speaks with State Budget Director Jason Dudich.

Courtney Stewart and Stacey Goffinet discuss isolation during Winter for seniors and those coping with disabilities.

Today’s headlines were written by Jonah Chester and Wes Martin, along with Sarah Vaughan for Community Access Television Services. Our feature was produced by Wes Martin. Our Anchors were Charlotte Wager-Miller and Don Geyra. Our Engineer was Megan Wade. Our Executive Producer is Wes Martin.

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