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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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Everyday People: 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer’s

More than 5 million people are living with Alzheimer’s in the United States, with rates expected to climb as high as 16 million by 2050. On Sunday, September 24, 2017 Bloomington will host the 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Bryan Park’s Woodlawn Shelter. Registration begins at 12:00pm with the Opening Ceremony at 1:15pm. For more information or to make …

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Interchange – The Bluff of the Century: Nixon, Alger Hiss, and the Cold War

Tricky Dick started out that way… Today’s show is about knowing and believing. And our key players are Alger Hiss, Richard Nixon, and Whittaker Chambers. Behind the scenes lurks the military industrial complex as fronted by the Dulles brothers, in particular John Foster, and corporate collaboration with Hitler’s Third Reich. But there is also in this story the justified fear …

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“Project Picnic”: A Cardboard Recycling Facility Proposed for Bloomington’s West Side

The site of the now-demolished ABB manufacturing plant on Bloomington’s west side, is being considered as a location for a cardboard recycling plant. Bloomington Economic Development Corporation President Lynn Coyne told the Monroe County Redevelopment Commission on August 30th an anonymous corporation approached the Indiana Economic Development Commission with the idea. Coyne says the plant would recycle used cardboard into …

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Daily Local News – September 5, 2017

The site of the now-demolished ABB manufacturing plant on Bloomington’s west side, is being considered as a location for a cardboard recycling plant; After being cited for multiple tax code violations, Eagle Point Golf resort is now prohibited from doing business; The Indiana Department of Transportation announced new lane restrictions across Highway earlier this week. FEATURE The Monroe County Court …

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Daily Local News: Labor Day Special – September 4, 2017

It’s labor day in America, and in lieu of our Daily Local News segment, we’ve aired two interviews about the state of labor in Indiana. In our first interview, WFHB News Director Wes Martin speaks with Andrew Bradley, a Senior Policy Analyst for the Indiana Institute for Working Families, about so-called Right to Work legislation, and the labor market across …

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HBL- September 1, 2017

Locutoras Minerva Sosa y Norma Reeve hablan del tema de hoy en HOLA Bloomington’s De Mujer a Mujer – Casos de la Vida Real. En honor a la independencia de muchos paises Latinoamericanos este mes, hablan sobre la independencia de la mujer. Host Minerva Sosa and Norma Reeve discuss the topic today in HOLA Bloomington’s De Mujer a Mujer – …

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Kite Line- September 1, 2017: Lines Should Be Drawn- Ray Luc Levasseur on Fighting Jim Crow and Surviving Federal Supermax

Ray Luc Levasseur is a former underground participant in 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. In the first episode of our series on Ray Luc’s experiences in prison and in struggle, he tells …

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