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Daily Local News – July 9, 2015

An antitrust lawsuit filed by the U.S. Justice Department against two multinational corporations could decide the fate of 300 workers in Bloomington; The City of Bloomington’s Information and Technology Services Department has announced that inRoads, a new road status information tool, is now available to the public; Bloomington residents should not see an increase in water usage rates until at …

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EcoReport – Bird Banding in Greene County

WFHB correspondent Bob Kissel recently interviewed Jess Gwinn and Maureen Forest from their rural Greene County bird banding station about their 5-year participation in the national research program mapping avian productivity and survivorship. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 7:58 — 5.5MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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EcoReport – July 9, 2015

In today’s EcoReport feature: WFHB correspondent Bob Kissel recently interviewed Jess Gwinn and Maureen Forest from their rural Greene County bird banding station about their 5-year participation in the national research program mapping avian productivity and survivorship. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, …

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Interchange – Drones At Liberty: Part One

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This is the first of a two-part program based on a symposium to be held at Indiana University called Reconfiguring Global Space: The Geography, Politics, and Ethics of Drone War. In warfare against savage tribes who do not conform to codes of civilized warfare aerial bombardment is not necessarily limited in its methods or objectives by rules agreed upon in …

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Books Unbound – The American Crisis: Readings for the Fourth of July

A special two-hour program broadcast on the Fourth of July, “The American Crisis” features readings from the Revolutionary era, contemporary poetry on national identity, and an impassioned profile of Phillis Wheatley, the first African American poet—and arguably the first truly American poet. The episode is narrated by Heather Perry. Frank Buczolich reads selections throughout from the title work “The American …

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Hola Bloomington – June 12, 2015

Los locutores de Hola Bloomington Maria Auxiliadora Viloria y Luz Lopez hablen sobre las diferentes actividades que se pueden hacer en Bloomington durante el verano. Además, una entrevista pre grabada con Iván Heredia, propietario de la nueva panadería Trigos. Hola Bloomington hosts Maria Auxiliadora Viloria and Luz Lopez discuss different summer activities for the whole family. Also, a pre-recorded interview …

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bloomingOUT – July 2, 2015

Join hosts Ryne Shadday and Jeff Poling as they talk with IU Mauer School of Law Professor and Huffington Post contributor Steve Sanders. You’ll also hear some of the latest LGBTQ+ headlines and events in and around Bloomington. We also introduced our new theme music for the show, provided by Aaron Gage. Find more of Aaron’s work at aarongagemusic.com Hosts …

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Voices in the Street – For Love of Country: How you do celebrate the fourth of July?

Saturday is the Fourth of July, Independence Day – a time to honor the birth of our nation and reflect on our common values and our shared destiny. It’s also a time to reflect on what being patriotic means to you. So Bloomington, how do you celebrate our country’s independence, and why? We hit the streets to find out. Podcast: …

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IU Group Aims to Assist Students Struggling with Addiction

Addiction affects all kinds of people, even college students. Now, three people at Indiana University have come together to create a campus recovery community for students who want to beat their addictions and successfully navigate the remainder of their college years in sobriety. WFHB News correspondent Jordan Guskey looked into the group and its mission for today’s WFHB Community report. …

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Daily Local News – July 2, 2015

Construction on a new fraternity house on Woodlawn Avenue is slated to begin this month; In other construction news, work is scheduled to begin this month on Monroe County’s new parking garage; The Lafayette Planned Parenthood facility received an abortion clinic license yesterday from the Indiana State Department of Health – allowing the facility to continue its normal operations; Indiana …

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