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Yoder, Young Discuss How They Will Represent The 9th District If Elected

WFHB News Director Alycin Bektesh met this week with congressional candidates Todd Young and Shelli Yoder, their views on District 9 representation, later in the show in a WFHB feature exclusive.

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Digital Dead End

Technology has always promised to fix everything – if only everyone can have it and learn to use it. Writer and teacher Virginia Eubanks set out to achieve this utopia of equality and transparency by organizing high tech access and training programs for low-income women – only to find that everything she thought she knew about the information working class …

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Manns and Hill Make Cases for Seat 3

WFHB held Candidate Roundtable discussions this month with local candidates you will see on your ballot. We teamed up with CATS TV to tape the full interviews with candidates for Auditor, County Commissioners, County Council, State Representative, State Senator, and Treasurer, you may go online to wfhb.org, or view the discussions on catstv.net. Today, Host Lisa-Marie Napoli leads discussions with …

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Early Voting Update 2012

The 2008 presidential election was the first time early voting was in play for a presidential election year. WFHB Correspondent David Murphy speaks with Monroe County Clerk Linda Robbins to get the early voting numbers so far this election season, for today’s WFHB feature exclusive.

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Interchange – WFHB Candidate Roundtable: State Senate

WFHB’s Candidate Roundtable series continues as Host Ryan Dawes leads discussions with candidates running to be State Senator from 40. Host Ryan Dawes speaks with two candidates running for the seat, Democratic Party candidate Mark Stoops and Republican Party candidate Reid Dallas.

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Interchange – WFHB Candidate Roundtable: 10th Judicial Circuit Judge

WFHB’s Candidate Roundtable series continues as Host Lisa-Marie Napoli leads discussions with candidates running for the 10th Judicial Circuit Seat 3. Host Lisa-Marie Napoli speaks with two candidates running for the seat, Judge Francie Hill and Al Manns.

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Facebook Friend, Political Foe

As election day approaches, divisive political rhetoric is becoming more and more prevalent in American media, and that includes social media. For today’s WFHB feature exclusive, correspondent Joe Crawford spoke with Purdue Professor Glenn Sparks about the difficulties in mixing politics with Facebook friendships.

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School of Informatics Researches Smart Phone Espionage

PlaceRaider is the most recent development in the search to find out what malware capabilities smart phones can offer today. The software was created by researchers at the School of Informatics at Indiana University with help from a grant given by the National Science Foundation. Correspondent Zollie Barnes sat down with a few of the researchers to find out more …

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Bloomington Opens Ferguson Dog Park

The Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department opened the first official dog park yesterday on Stone Mill Road. News Director Alycin Bektesh reports in this WFHB feature exclusive.

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Hyatt Chain Creates Questions

Starting in August, plans have been steadily moving forward for a new 168-room hotel along the B-line Trail in downtown Bloomington. The City Plan Commission approved variances for the hotel earlier this month. But now some are raising questions about the hotel chain that wants to occupy the one-acre lot along Kirkwood Avenue. Correspondent Joe Crawford brings us this report …

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