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Eco Feature – January 18th, 2018

In this week’s Feature, W-F-H-B Correspondent Jonah Chester covers Bloomington-based environmental start-up “Bee Corp.”

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Eco Report – January 18th, 2018

In this week’s episode of Eco Report Julianna Dailey and Phil Kasper report on the Environmental Protection Agency’s consideration on adding Spencer to a list of cleanup sites, a 2016 report by Bloomington-based Western Ecosystems Technology on wind turbines effects on bats and birds. Also the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor reviewing the Indianapolis Power and Light Company’s request …

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Activate! – Shalom Community Center: Kass Botts

Air date: 01/22/2018 Kass Botts was looking for a way to get more involved in the community when she discovered that her employer, Hanapin Marketing, was interested in supporting her efforts through their policy of providing all of their employees with 8 hours of paid annual volunteer time. What Kass discovered in using that work benefit was her interest in …

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Interchange – The Political Prisoner in the Modern World

“You have done nothing wrong — though to be honest perhaps that’s a matter of perspective. You marched in a demonstration, or you attended a meeting, or you wrote an essay that appeared in an underground journal, or you merely possessed a copy of that journal. Or maybe you really did break the law. You planted a bomb, carried a …

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Everyday People: Stage 4 Grief

In this week’s Everyday People, Stacey and Courtney discuss depression and how it relates to dealing with grief.

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Bloomington Startup ‘Bee Corp’ to stop Hive Thefts

The Bee Corp is a Bloomington based startup that produces tracking devices for bee hives. This cottage industry took three IU undergraduates into the private sector, from raising capital through angel investors, to incorporating at the state level, to finding a space in the city’s proposed downtown tech park. WFHB Correspondent Jonah Chester brings us this report.

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New IU Health Hospital To Be Completed in 2020

IU Health broke ground on its new Bloomington Hospital this morning. Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb and IU President Michael McRobbie were among the keynote speakers who addressed a crowd in IU’s Memorial Stadium. IU Health spokesperson Teri Dematas says although this morning’s assembly was ceremonial, crews are expected to begin construction of the new hospital within the coming months. The …

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Daily Local News – January 16, 2018

IU Health broke ground on its new Bloomington Hospital this morning; Governor Holcomb issued a proclamation this week, officially declaring January 21st through the 27th as ‘Indiana School Choice Week’; Representatives from eight Bloomington nonprofits presented their applications for Community Development Block Grant funding on January 11th at City Hall. FEATURE The Bee Corp is a Bloomington based startup that …

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Big Talk! w/ Michael Glab: Amanda Barge pt. II

Amanda Barge is a first-term Monroe County Commissioner and a rising star in the local Democratic Party. She appeared on last week’s Big Talk and, after the show, spoke with Michael Glab about what the Commissioners are up to these days. She’s also a family counselor in private practice and spoke about how politics can be a deal-breaker in some …

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Hola Bloomington – January 12, 2018

Locutores Carlos Bakota, Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, y Sean Mckinney hablan sobre la noticias, leyes y politica. Nos cuentas que significa DACA, TPS y CPR. Host Carlos Bakota, Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, and Sean Mckinney talk about the current news, law and politics. They tell us what DACA, TPS and CPR mean.

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