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Voices in the Street – “Understanding the Brain Drain: Why IU Grads don’t Stick Around”

With such a renowned university which attracts so much talent both in state, in the nation and internationally, it’s sometimes difficult to understand why students choose to leave—when clearly they have deep love for their alma mater and the city in which it resides. Voices in the Street hit the streets to ask your friends and neighbors why they think …

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“Rock n Roll at 60: Race & Music & Message at the Dawn of the Civil Rights Movement” Presented by Bill Doggett

This morning, Indiana University hosted the first sessions as part of the 50th annual Association for Recorded Sound Collections conference. One of the first presentations centered on the function that rock and roll music performed in the Civil Rights movement beginning in the 1950s. The session was titled Rock n Roll at 60: Race & Music & Message at the …

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Indiana’s Business Web Portal “INBiz” Launches

In a news release from Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson’s office this week, Governor Mike Pence and Secretary Lawson announced the launching of Indiana’s Business Web Portal, or INBiz. The new Web Portal is designed to streamline the steps a business takes when registering with the state as well as filing, reporting and making payments. The first phase of …

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FDA says Rise in Tattoos has Led to a Rise in Infections

One in five Americans has a tattoo, according to a survey released by Harris Interactive. The Federal Drug Administration says that this rise in tattoos has led to a rise in infections. Americans are seeing infections from both unsterile equipment and contaminated ink. But despite warnings from the FDA, Evil by the Needle’s owner, Jamie Rio, says that she hasn’t …

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Daily Local News – May 5, 2012

Last night, the Bloomington City Council showed favor for new changes to its municipal sign ordinance in order to comply with a recent US Supreme Court ruling; One in five Americans has a tattoo, according to a survey released by Harris Interactive. The Federal Drug Administration says that this rise in tattoos has led to a rise in infections; In …

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WFHB Documentary: White Nationalism, an excerpt

Tonight’s WFHB community report is an excerpt from a recent documentary produced by WFHB’s Interchange, titled “Racist Revolutionaries — the Alt-Right Uprising.” Correspondent Dan Young talks about the contemporary white supremacist movement known as the alt-right, and looks at the views of southern Indiana alt-right figure Matthew Heimbach.

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Better Beware – Maria Duval

A fake name for a real person, who’s one of the biggest fraudsters ever to prey on the gullible, and especially, the elderly. Psychic fakery – it’s way too profitable.

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Daily Local News – May 11, 2016

The Indiana University Art Museum received a donation of 15 million dollars today from IU alumni Sidney and Lois Eskenazi, according to a press release from the museum; A two-year-old legislative rewrite of the Indiana criminal code is forcing local communities to deal with an increase in low level felons. As a result of the rewrite, fewer low-level offender go …

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The Ins and Outs of Money – Lawyering Up, Money Smart Style

Lawyer jokes: funny. Finding yourself in need of a lawyer: not so funny. Save headaches and money by knowing what you’re looking for when seeking legal advice. Produced by Ryan Stacy and Associate Producer Kristina Wiltsee. It’s part of the It’s Your Money Project at Monroe County Public Library. Executive Producer is Joe Crawford.

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New Income Tax Proposed by Ellettsville Town Council

Last night the Ellettsville Town Council discussed a new income tax that Monroe County taxpayers might soon be paying. The tax would be one quarter of one percent. For a person earning $50,000 a year, that would amount to $125. We bring you some of last night’s discussion now for today’s WFHB community report.

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