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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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Better Beware – Odometer Fraud

Odometer fraud: This is an old used-car dealer’s trick; it had gone away, but now it’s back, bigger than ever, thanks to our fancy computer-controlled cars. Produced by Richard Fish.

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Daily Local News – March 9, 2016

The Kiwanis Club of Bloomington and the Bloomington Islamic Center are partnering to host a series of panels about Muslim life and culture; Bloomington Police Officer, William Abram, responded to a call of a possible sexual assault in downtown Bloomington on November 9th, 2014. Almost 16 months later, Abram has been awarded the Congressional Badge of Bravery; Bloomington Mayor Hamilton …

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Interchange – Red Rosa: Eagle of the Revolution

Rosa Luxemburg and other international socialist leaders, including Karl Kautsky (German), Victor Adler (Austria), Georgii Plekhanov (Russia), Edouard Vaillant (France) and Sen Katayama (Japan).

Today, March 8th, is International Women’s Day (originally called International Working Women’s Day) and who better to honor on this day than Rosa Luxemburg? A giant of the political left, Rosa Luxemburg is one of the foremost minds in the canon of revolutionary socialist thought. To quote Nickel and Dimed author Barbara Ehrenreich, Luxemburg was A courageous leader of the …

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Bloomington Water Treatment to Step Up Testing

The City of Bloomington will be testing more regularly for cyanobacterial toxins caused by harmful algae blooms beginning this summer. Water Quality Coordinator Rachel Atz told the Bloomington Utilities Service Board last night that harmful algal blooms were spotted at the point where water enters the Lake Monroe treatment plant. Atz said data from recent testing for cyanobacterial toxins showed …

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Invasive Species Threatens Existence of Ash Trees in the Midwest

The Emerald Ash Borer is an invasive beetle attacking Ash trees across the Midwest. The beetle first showed up in Bloomington in 2008, with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources confirming its presence within city limits in 2012. And now the city’s urban forester says this may be the final year for landowners to save their ash trees. WFHB’s Joshua …

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The Ins and Outs of Money – Are You Compulsively Impulsive?

Everybody knows what it’s like to be tempted by something in a store that they don’t need. Find out what’s behind our impulse to buy, and how to manage it.

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