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Arts Interchange – Zac Little of Saintseneca: To Shake the Ache

Zac Little of Saintseneca

Doug Storm talks to singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Zac Little of Saintseneca, an American folk rock band from Columbus, Ohio, about Apalachia, songwriting, God, the devil, and the Tao of Physics in this Arts Interchange. RELATED Saintseneca: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert CMJ 2013’s 10 Best Discoveries Pop for Misfits MUSIC From Such Things unless otherwise noted. “Daendors” (Dark Arc) “River” …

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EcoReport – October 22, 2015

Climate change is affecting the polar regions of our planet in drastic ways. The Yupik People have lived on St. Lawrence Island, in the Bering Sea between Alaska and Russia, for over 2,000 years. Their subsistence lifestyle from the Bering Sea has been affected by climate change since the early 1970’s. In today’s feature, WFHB’s Bob Kissell interviews a member …

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Yupik People at Risk from Climate Change.

Climate change is affecting the polar regions of our planet in drastic ways. The Yupik People have lived on St. Lawrence Island, in the Bering Sea between Alaska and Russia, for over 2,000 years. Their subsistence lifestyle from the Bering Sea has been affected by climate change since the early 1970’s. In today’s feature, WFHB’s Bob Kissell interviews a member …

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Better Beware! – Beware the BBB?

The Better Business Bureau can be useful – but their business ratings are open to serious criticism. Here’s why you should look elsewhere!

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Group to Wear Head Scarves in Solidarity With Attack Victim

A former IU student is facing criminal charges after he allegedly attacked a Muslim woman on Saturday at the Sofra Café in Bloomington. Triceton Bickford could face federal hate crime charges for the attack, during which he is accused of yelling white power and kill them all before strangling the woman and trying to remove her head scarf. 19-year-old Bickford …

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Bloomington P.D. Releases New Information on Murder-Suicide Case

The Bloomington Police Department has released new information on the murder-suicide case involving an IU student late last month. Police believe the perpetrator, Chuanlin Xiao, stabbed the student, Yaolin Wang, to death before hanging himself at an east side apartment complex. Police now say Wang and Xiao met in the spring semester of last year at a community college near …

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Daily Local News – October 21, 2015

The Bloomington Police department has released new information on the murder-suicide case involving an IU student late last month; The Calendar Committee for the Monroe County Community School Corporation has recommended changes that would extend summer vacation for students; Last night the Monroe County Plan Commission adopted a plan for the 2-mile fringe around the city of Bloomington. FEATURE A …

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The Ins and Outs of Money – Protect Yourself from Identity Theft: Part 3

Kristina wraps up her series on identify theft by focusing on online shopping. The Ins and Outs of Money is produced by Ryan Stacy with help from Kristina Wiltsee, in partnership with the Monroe County Public Library and The United Way of Monroe County.

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Bloomington Mayoral Candidates Debate Municipal Broadband Internet

This afternoon, the two candidates for mayor of Bloomington visited the WFHB studios. The Democrat, John Hamilton, and the Republican, John Turnbull, debated several local issues, including a proposal to develop municipal broadband internet. We bring you a portion of that conversation now, for today’s WFHB community report. The conversation was hosted by Interchange host Doug Storm. Our feature was …

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Daily Local News – October 20, 2015

Today, IU released its first-ever climate survey on sexual assault on the Bloomington campus; The rate of road accidents across the region is holding steady, and the death rate from these crashes is about half of the national rate; The energy equivalent of three millions gallons of gasoline was saved in preserving just two historic buildings in downtown Bloomington; A …

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