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State Dems Worry Over DCS

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Indiana House Democrats say they’re worried about state of the Department of Child Services. House Democratic Leader Terry Goodin from Austin, Indiana issued a statement today in the wake of the first progress report evaluating DCS, issued by The Child Welfare Policy and Practice Group. DCS’ evaluation by The Child Welfare Policy and Practice Group comes after the resignation of …

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Kite Line: February 2, 2018- The Past Isn’t Passed: Cycles of Violence and Exploitation

This episode, we start out with a statement from Anastazia Schmid, a prisoner in the Indiana Women’s Prison. She walks us through a brief history of how prisons, and specifically the modern practice of prison slave labor, came about. She also talks through some basics of how prison serves to isolate those on the inside, and the importance of outside …

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Sue Rall: Aerial Artist & Drag King

She hangs from bolts of material and assumes positions testing the limits of both her artistic vision and her own body. The next night she may be seen performing as Jaimee Spangle, a glam rock star who doesn’t know yet that he’s washed up. Taking the stage as either an aerial silks acrobat or one of the hottest drag kings …

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Daily Local News – February 1, 2018

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The Indiana Legislature’s Short Session is set to end on March 15th and this afternoon the legislature struck down a number of bills; Indiana Senate Republicans initiate a last-minute proposal to allow 10 percent of public school districts’ teachers to be unlicensed; Indiana House Democrats say they’re worried about state of the Department of Child Services; The city of Bloomington’s …

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Eco’s “Get Out and Hike!” – February 1st, 2018

In today’s episode of “Get Out and Hike!” Eco Report’s Jan Walker Interviews Kate Welch about Pate Hollow.

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Eco Feature – February 1st, 2018

This week, correspondent Norm Holy speaks with Indiana Forest Alliance Conservation Director Rae Schnapp about the costs and value associated with Indiana State forests.

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Eco Report – February 1st, 2018

In this week’s episode of “Eco Report” WFHB’s David Lyman and Julianna Dailey report on Brown County Water Utilities federal lawsuit against the Nashville Town Council, the City of Bloomington’s December deer cull success in culling sixty-two deer from the Lake Griffy Nature Preserve and Indiana Attorney Curtis Hill’s multi-million-dollar agreement to address alleged violations of environmental regulations at an …

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Daily Local News – January 31, 2017

The City of Bloomington Planning and Transportation Department is hosting a series of public meetings this coming Monday, February 5th, through Wednesday, February 7th on the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO), which governs land use and development throughout the City of Bloomington’s planning jurisdiction. The Monroe County Convention Center Advisory Board is voicing its commitment to public input as plans for …

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Indiana Re-Districting Bill Draws Hope For Non-Partisan Outcome

Former Bloomington Mayor and redistricting advocate Tomi Allison speaks about Senate Bill 326, which is currently up for amendments in the statehouse. Allison and the Indiana League of Women Voters are pushing for the redistricting of electoral districts by an independent non-partisan commission, and hoping that any final implementation will include a non-partisan, independent redistricting committee. In today’s Feature Report, …

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Hola Bloomington- January 26, 2018

Hosts, Erick and Sira Vega, talk about important family factors and more! Locutores, Erick y Sira Vega, hablan sobre temas importante de familia ¡y mas!

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