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Alex Dierckman

Alex Dierckman is a reporter and anchor for WFIU/WTIU News and Indiana Newsdesk. She has been with the station since 2012. From Carmel, Indiana, Alex is excited to report and deliver the news in her home state. You can follow her on Twitter @alexdierckman.

Recent Posts by Alex Dierckman

June 22, 2014


16 ‘Little Free Libraries’ Coming To Monroe County

Check out a book for free, read and return right in your neighborhood to a "Little Free Library"

June 21, 2014


Does New Indy Zoo Ticket System Hurt Low Income Visitors?

The new ticket system bases prices on the projected demand for the day, pushing weekday prices up and weekend prices down.

May 2, 2014


Car And Truck Sales Rev Up In April

Total car and truck sales hit nearly $1.4 million in April.

May 1, 2014


Gibson County Mine Cited For Safety Violations

A Southern Indiana mine is being cited for unsafe conditions. The report shows this isn't the first time the mine has been cited for the same issues.

April 29, 2014


Indianapolis Airport Solar Project Still Awaiting Approval

The second phase of a solar farm at the Indianapolis Airport is months behind schedule.

April 26, 2014


Black Key Bulls Win 64th Annual Men’s Little 500

A crash in the 199th lap of the race helped secure Black Key Bulls' first victory at the Little 500 race.

April 24, 2014


Congressman: Health Care Costs Should Be More Transparent

Rep. Larry Buschon is touring the state with state Rep. Tim Brown to gather more information about Hoosiers' health care.

April 4, 2014


How Google Glass Is Changing Health Care

Physicians are exploring the application of Google Glass, a new wearable device that could replace medical equipment in the operating room.

April 1, 2014


Safety Concerns Keeps Historic Crump Theatre Closed

A number of code violations and structural safety hazards will keep the doors to the 135 year- old Crump Theatre in Columbus, closed.

March 21, 2014


Hundreds Of Propane Customers File Price Gouging Complaints

The state has gotten hundreds of complaints from propane consumers. Now the Attorney General's Office is investigating.

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