Home > News > Daily Local News (page 3)

Daily Local News

Award winning daily news, on-location specials, feature reports, and more
Find more podcasts in the WFHB Archive

Daily Local News – July 27, 2016

Caveat Emptor, the book store that has held a spot on the Bloomington square for 45 years, is not closing after all; The Monroe County Tax Council is holding a work session tonight at 7pm at City Hall to set a process by which townships can apply for a portion of the new public safety tax; Members of the City’s …

Read More »

Daily Local News – July 26, 2016

A group of Indiana Republicans chose Eric Holcomb to run for governor during a private meeting today; The Hemlock Cliffs Trail Area in Bedford has recently been closed for camping; In a meeting earlier this month, the Monroe County Council okayed the County Commissioners using bond money to fund a wide range of projects, including the purchase of new financial …

Read More »

Daily Local News – July 25, 2016

Indiana Legal Services has sued the state of Indiana for neglecting an Ellettsville woman’s health insurance application for six months; A pool of mosquitoes in Greene County has tested positive for the West Nile virus; The Buskirk Chumley Theater will soon be able to upgrade its cinematic equipment; The Monroe County Board of Commissioners approved changes to the county’s zoning …

Read More »

Daily Local News – July 21, 2016

Monroe County lost out on federal grant money that would have funded road construction in the Westside Economic Development Area; In its meeting Tuesday night, the Monroe County Plan Commission gave its final approval for the Holland Fields housing development; The Indiana Supreme Court has begun developing a new registry that will list all Hoosiers convicted of child neglect and …

Read More »

Daily Local News – July 20 2016

The Seven Oaks Classical School has pushed back its opening date to September 6 due to a delay in construction; The Bloomington City Council left for a six-week recess last week without voting on the fate of a proposed electrical substation at the corner of 11th and Rogers streets; Former Herald-Times editor Bill Schrader has been selected for induction into …

Read More »

Better Beware – Pokemon Go

The new “augmented reality” videogame is taking the world by storm, and creating problems for players and non-players alike. Here are some things everybody needs to watch out for.

Read More »

Daily Local News – July 19, 2016

The City of Bloomington’s Department of Economic and Sustainability is hoping to win $10,000 in prize money for its rental search website RentRocket.org; A new nonprofit organization has launched in Bloomington. The organization, called Accessible Community Abortions of Bloomington, aims to provide help for women in need of financial assistance for abortions or other reproductive health concerns not covered by …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Middleway House Threatened by Federal Cutbacks.

Changes at the federal level could mean the demise of one of Bloomington’s transitional housing shelters. More on that later in the show in today’s WFHB community report.

Read More »