Home > News (page 12)

News

Daily Local News – January 19, 2017

Bloomington is about to conduct what officials believe is the city’s first ever community-wide scientific survey; The Indiana House of Representatives has drafted a new bill regarding abortion, and activist organizations have started to resist; The City Council gave its final approval for a four-year collective bargaining agreement between the City of Bloomington and Professional Firefighters Local 586; The extension …

Read More »

EcoReport Feature – Climate Change in Yosemite National Park

In today’s EcoReport feature, correspondent Norm Holy speaks with Yosemite National Park public affairs officer Scott Gedamin about the effects that climate change is having on the Park.

Read More »

Eco Report – January 19, 2017

Eco Report is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion of human relationships with nature and the Earth and to encourage you to take personal responsibility for the world in which we live. Each program features timely …

Read More »

Better Beware – Ransomware

This internet menace has suddenly become a much greater danger for everyone. Here’s the latest info and ways to find out more. This one is urgent!

Read More »

Proposals to change how police seized property is handled by the State

As the state legislature kicks off the new session, some lawmakers want to change the way the state handles property seized by police. Correspondent Jerrod Dill brings us the story.

Read More »

Daily Local News – January 18, 2017

Last night, brand new Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb focused much of his first State of the State address on the Hoosier economy; That was the director of the Indiana Institute for Working Families, Jessica Fraser, speaking this afternoon with WFHB News Director Joe Crawford; The Board of Trustees for the Richland Bean Blossom School Corporation approved a five thousand dollar …

Read More »

Standing Room Only: CrimethInc and Preparing for Trump

On Saturday, January 7th, CrimethInc met at the Monroe County Public Library to give their lecture entitled “Preparing for the Trump Era.” CrimethInc is an anarchist network that is active around the United States and other parts of the world, and two members of the group came to speak. The group discussed how Trump came into power and how to …

Read More »

Interchange – We Decline: Inaugurate the Revolution

As we head into the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, a local group says “NO, in Thunder”: No to the erosion of civil liberties and the end of any semblance of a democratic society. We welcome organizers of Inaugurate the Revolution, a group seeking to transfer power into the hands of the disenfranchised, and to dismantle the systems of oppression …

Read More »

Public Safety Tax Won’t Be Magic Bullet in Ellettsville

Local officials are finding the public safety tax may not fund as many public safety needs as they anticipated. Reporter Sarah Vaughan has more from the Town of Ellettsville.

Read More »

Activate – Women’s March: McKenzie Goodrich

On January 21, 2017 an estimated 200,000 people will convene in Washington to march in assertion that women’s rights are human rights. The March, convened in the wake of the election of President-elect Trump, is providing an outlet for many that view Trump’s election as an assault on human rights. Case in point, McKenzie Goodrich, a local business owner who …

Read More »