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Women’s Reproductive Rights Activists Rally Downtown

Hundreds turned out across the state this afternoon for the Stop the Bans rally, against state pushes for anti-abortion legislation. Dozens of local residents and community activists gathered on the Monroe County Courthouse Square, in downtown Bloomington.  Indivisible Bloomington & 9th District, IN and the Monroe County National Organization for Women hosted this afternoon’s rally. At this afternoon’s rally, Monroe …

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Inside Outdoors – May 18, 2019

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan are the hosts. Crappie tournament on Lake Monroe today, Saturday, May 18, 2019. ORV (off road vehicles) and how there has been many accidents since April, 2019. Discussion about how they can be a problem in the woods, or to the rider, and saftey issues, the word ‘Lick’ and it’s origin, creek, lick, …

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Kite Line- May 17, 2019: Life Inside Hoosier Prisons

This week, we air part of a conversation with Branden Ackerson, a 36 year old survivor of an eighteen year sentence in the Indiana prison system. Newly released, he talks about taking the skills he learned throughout his life and honed in the DOC to become a successful writer while in the Indiana Prison Writers Workshop. He also shares some …

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China Tariffs Could Punish Indiana’s Economy

Trade negotiations between the United States and China ended without a deal, on Friday. Instead, the U.S. raised tariffs on over $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. Shortly after, China announced retaliatory measures, increasing tariffs on $50 billion worth of U.S. imports. Soybeans and corn, of which China is the largest importer in the world, make up one third of …

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Indiana Among States with Highest Mortality for Mothers

This past Sunday was Mother’s Day, in the United States. The U.S. is the most dangerous country in the developed world, for new mothers and mothers-to-be. An investigation by ProPublica found the death rate for new and expectant mothers is on the rise, across the country. Indiana is among a handful of the most dangerous states for mothers. In today’s Feature …

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Inside Outdoors – Saturday, May 11, 2019

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan are the hosts. Still experiencing some cooler temperatures, Buddy Bill say’s we’ll be seeing some frost due to an old wive’s tale from February, the boys talk about planting tomatoes, weather issues, rain/wet issues, more about the logging at Lake Monroe, fishing this week, and more on taking care of your equipment for …

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Kite Line- May 10, 2019: Appealing the Death Penalty- A Conversation with Zolo Azania, Part Two

This week, we return to our conversation with Zolo Agona Azania, who was recently released after surviving decades on Indiana’s death row.  In the second part of the conversation, he talks about researching the death penalty and appealing his death penalty sentence. The efforts of Azania, his lawyers and supporters helped to successfully free him from death row and he …

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Daily Local News – May 7, 2019

Primary municipal elections are taking place today, across Indiana; The team of architects working on the Monroe Convention Center expansion presented cost estimates last Friday, in a meeting of the Convention Center Steering Committee. FEATURE Area attorney Isabella Bravo helped unaccompanied LGBT refugees seek asylum, in the United States. As Bravo tells WFHB News Director Wes Martin, now she’s raising …

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Tomorrow is Primary Election Day

Primary elections take place tomorrow, across Indiana. While there are no statewide votes or elections taking place tomorrow, several municipal elections will determine party candidates for this November’s general election. Early voting in Monroe County ended at noon, today. Earlier this year, the Ellettsville Town Council voted to suspend primary elections, since there are no contested races in Ellettsville at …

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Inside Outdoors – May 4, 2019

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan are the hosts. Mushroom hunting is over, but fishing is starting up. Lot’s of great family friendly things to do now in the spring! Students are leaving, as today is graduation day, more about the Lake Monroe neighbors court battle against Mr. Joe Huff about his using easements for commercial logging activity that …

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