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Voices in the Street: “Do you have health insurance?”

Flu season approaches and health insurance is on the mind of many. Open enrollment for plans under the affordable care act aka Obamacare started on November 1 and continues through December 15. The shorter enrollment period represents only one of the administration’s steps towards repeal and replace. Consequently, we have asked the question whether you have health insurance and how …

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Big Talk! w/ Michael Glab: Dana Habeeb

As our cities and summers grow hotter due to climate change, our most vulnerable residents become even more at risk. Dana Habeeb is a trained architect and urban designer who’s delving into the effects of heat and certain illnesses together, and how this mixture may become more deadly as the 21st Century goes on. Habeeb says cities are growing hotter, …

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Daily Local News – November 16, 2017

A month after 1000 lbs. of toxic waste was dumped in Lake Michigan by US Steel, another spill has being reported; Vice President and former Indiana Governor Mike Pence’s visit to an Indianapolis Colts game reportedly cost the Indianapolis Police Department over $14,000; The IU Dance Marathon raised a record-breaking 4.2 million dollars over last weekend for Riley Children’s Hospital; …

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Eco Feature – November 16, 2017

WFHB News Director Wes Martin speaks with Indiana Forest Alliance volunteer, Dave Seastrom, about the Indiana Department of Natural Resources awarding the logging rights of 299 acres of Yellowwood State Park to Hamilton Logging Company.

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Eco Report – November 16, 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 …

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Daily Local News – November 15, 2017

The Owen County Prosecutor’s Office is levelling charges against the President of the Owen County Commission, Don Minnick.    The Bloomington Animal Shelter will be closed until 3pm tomorrow and Friday, due to construction.   Monroe County Community School Corporation is taking the first steps toward reviewing its school board district lines.    The Monroe County Community School Corporation board approved teacher raises …

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Congressional Hopefuls Conduct Candidate Forum

Tonight, for the first time, the four Democratic candidates for Indiana’s 9th Congressional District will meet publicly, in a forum held by the non-profit political group Hoosier Action.  Democratic hopefuls Dan Canon, Liz Watson, Brandon Hood, and Rob Chatlos will debate public concerns raised by members of the non-profit political group, Hoosier Action tonight.  The Democratic candidates are vying to …

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Standing Room Only: This Muslim American Life and Special Education Forum

On October 19, writer and professor Moustafa Bayoumi talked about what the War on Terror looks like from the Muslim-American perspective. The first half of today’s episode is a continuation of the November 1st episode of Standing Room Only. The remainder of the show takes us to a different event — Special Education in the Betsy DeVos Era: a Panel Discussion About Meeting …

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Better Beware – Holiday Headsup #1

The nine most popular — or UNpopular, if you’re a victim – scams of the Holiday season have been ID’d by the Better Business Bureau, and here’s the first four.

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Activate! – Banneker Community Center: Jennifer Perry

Rebroadcast Date: 11/20/2017 Original Air Date: 03/22/2017 Jennifer Perry has served as a volunteer librarian and program assistant at the Banneker Community Center since June 2014. Her involvement has stretched over 13 programs, always committed to early childhood programming there. Her focus has been to create an inclusive environment in which participants feel they can have positive interactions within their …

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