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Hola Bloomington – Setember 8, 2017

Locutores Carlos Bakota, Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Luis Hernandez hablan de la situacion politica actual y como nos esta afectando. DACA. Hosts Carlos Bakota, Luise Fuentes-Rohwer, luis Hernandez talk about the current political situation and its’ affects. DACA.

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Kite Line: September 8, 2017- Family Values: A Conversation with Ray Luc Levasseur

In this episode, we continue our conversation with Ray Luc Levasseur. He is a former underground combatant with the United Freedom Front, which carried out a campaign of attacks from 1975-1984 against South African Apartheid and US intervention in Central America. He spent 13 years in solitary confinement after his capture. This week, he shares with us his thoughts on …

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bloomingOUT – Steve Sanders Returns – August 7, 2017

Join producer Ryne Shadday and anchor Colin Shassberger as they welcome Mauer School of Law Associate Professor, Steve Sanders. He teaches Constitutional Law, Family Law, and Constitutional Litigation, and his scholarship focuses on questions arising out of the Fourteenth Amendment’s guarantees of equal protection and due process, with a special focus on issues affecting LGBT persons and same-sex couples. Before …

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Voices in the Street: “Living in Bloomington: is it still affordable or does one have to win the lottery to live here?”

With another four new condominium complexes to be built downtown, one starts to wonder whether Bloomington is becoming too expensive a town to live in. The University keeps growing and our town grows along with it. But, is it growing for everyone or is Bloomington’s affordability actually shrinking? We have gone out into the street and asked your friends and …

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Big Talk! w/ Michael Glab: Sam Stephenson

Life magazine photographer Eugene Smith accumulated thousands of hours of audio tapes and images of some of the greatest jazz musicians of the 1950s and ‘60s. Sam Stephenson found the recordings and photos in boxes and got to work preserving and archiving them, a task that led to the book The Jazz Loft Project. Stephenson joins Michael Glab on this …

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Daily Local News – September 6, 2017

The City of Bloomington continues to move forward in its development of the Dimension Mill “co-working space”. The Indiana Distiller’s Guild is launching an effort to gain a presence in the Statehouse. The Bloomington Sanitation Division is phasing out their old system of picking up recycling and trash, and phasing in a new model. FEATURE: Inmates incarcerated in Monroe County …

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Jail Overcrowding Raises Questions

Inmates incarcerated in Monroe County are being sent to different jails around the state, due to periodic overcrowding at the Monroe County Jail. Now increasing incarceration rates across southern Indiana are beginning to stress the ability for jails to ‘trade’ inmates. WFHB Correspondent Alex Davis speaks with Monroe County Sheriff Brad Swain about the situation in the county jail, in …

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Hurricanes and Hoodoos

Hurricane Harvey has spawned a bigger-than-ever crop of scams, and the FBI just took down a swindler who was casting spells.

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Activate! – Monroe County Humane Assoc. Low-Cost Clinic: Levi Brock

Air date: 09/11/2017 Indiana University student Levi Brock intends to be a Veterinarian. Lucky for him, he was able to get real life experience this summer as a volunteer with the Monroe County Humane Association’s low-cost Nonprofit Veterinary Clinic. Clinic volunteers at the Monroe County Humane Association allow Bloomington residents to access medical care for their pets at affordable rates. …

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Monroe County CASA Interview with Lester Wadzinski

The Monroe County Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASAs, are volunteers who monitor and testify on behalf of children who are ‘wards of the state.’ Over the past five years, the number of children in need of an advocate in Monroe County’s CASA program has quadrupled. WFHB News Director Wes Martin sat down with CASA volunteer Lester Wadzinski to discuss …

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