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Attorney General Greg Zoeller Urges the Legal Community to Join Competition to Help Feed Indiana’s Hungry

Indiana’s Attorney General Greg Zoeller urges the legal community to join a competition to help feed Indiana’s hungry. In a press release, Zoeller calls on lawyers for their help to gather non-perishable foods and monetary support for South Central Indiana’s 10 food banks. The competition lasts through the end of March. He say “Lawyers are always called upon to help …

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“Canned Hunting” Bill Sent to Gov. Pence to Sign this Week

A new bill allowing “canned hunting” facilities in Indiana has been sent to Gov. Pence this week to sign — or take no action, which allows it to become law. Canned hunting refers to fenced-in properties where people pay to hunt. Supporters of the bill point out there are new regulations on such sites, like fences that must be at …

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Interview with Yale Professor James Scott

Tonight at 7:30, the William T. Patten Foundation at IU will host a lecture by Yale University professor James Scott. A highly recognized social scientist, Scott is scheduled to speak about a portion of Southeast Asia that has, until recently, evaded incorporation into nation states. WFHB’s Interchange Host Doug Storm spoke with Scott earlier this week and we bring you …

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IU Freshman Claims Sexual Assault Case was Mishandled by Students Ethics Panel

Indiana University freshman Haley Rial got a rough start to her college career. According to a Herald Times report, Rial alleged she was sexually assaulted at a fraternity party last September and filed a complaint a few days later. The former head of student ethics, Jason Casares, called her on January 27th to report the accused person was found “not …

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Daily Local News – March 10, 2016

Indiana University freshman Haley Rial got a rough start to her college career. According to a Herald Times report, Rial alleged she was sexually assaulted at a fraternity party last September and filed a complaint a few days later; A new bill allowing “canned hunting” facilities in Indiana has been sent to Gov. Pence this week to sign — or …

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EcoReport – March 10, 2016

In today’s Eco-Report feature, we remember and celebrate the life and work of Environmental Activist Lucille Bertuccio, the founder of EcoReport. Producer Filiz Cicek will speak with two of her oldest friends and fellow activists Marti Crouch and Christine Glaser who will share their memories and insights, and honor her life as an activist, journalist, and friend. EcoReport is a …

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Sierra Club views on current Indiana legislation.

In today’s Eco-Report feature, Norm Holy talks with Bowden Quinn, Chapter Director of Indiana’s Sierra Club, about legislation under consideration in Indiana which is designed to restrict public input.”

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EcoReport – March 3, 2016

The March 3, 2016 programming on WFHB is in memory of Lucille Bertuccio, who stood at the forefront of sustainability in Bloomington. She was a mentor to many and a stalwart friend to the transient and permanent members of our community, both human and non-human. She will be missed by many. Joining us live today are Eco-report producers Filiz Cicek …

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Memories of Lucille Bertuccio

In today’s Eco-Report feature, we remember and celebrate the life and work of Environmental Activist Lucille Bertuccio, the founder of EcoReport. Producer Filiz Cicek will speak with two of her oldest friends and fellow activists Marti Crouch and Christine Glaser who will share their memories and insights, and honor her life as an activist, journalist, and friend.

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Profile: Tarot Card Reader Daun Fields

Bloomington resident Dawn Fields uses Tarot cards to offer advice and guidance to people willing to believe in their powers. For more on what inspired Fields to pursue a career in tarot, Peyton Lengacher brings us this story.

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