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Sara Wittmeyer

Sara Wittmeyer is the News Bureau Chief for WFIU and WTIU. Sara has more than a decade of experience as a news reporter and previously served with KBIA at the University of Missouri, WNKU at Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights, KY, and at WCPO News in Cincinnati.

Recent Posts by Sara Wittmeyer

July 10, 2018


UDWI Says Suit Against Former CEO Moving Forward Despite Confidentiality Order

Brian Sparks filed a suit in December alleging breach of contract and unpaid wages. UDWI responded with a countersuit claiming Sparks had committed fraud.

July 10, 2018


Bloomington Residents Can See New Armored Vehicle Tonight

The city says CIRT members will be at the event to explain when and under what conditions they’ll use the vehicle.

June 26, 2018


FDA Approves Highly-Concentrated Form Of CBD For Epilepsy Treatment

A cannabis-based drug called Epidiolex could be on the market as soon as this fall. This is the first time the FDA has approved a drug derived from the cannabis plant.

June 22, 2018


City Of Kokomo And Firefighters Reach Contract Deal

The City of Kokomo and the firefighters union have been at odds for about a year and have been operating without a contract.

June 21, 2018


Vigo Co. Bike Park Working On More Accessible Trail For Veterans With Disabilities

A Vigo County bike park that honors members of the military is adding a trail for veterans with disabilities.

June 19, 2018


UDWI Electric Co-Op Reduces Customers’ Rates 4 Percent

For the first time in more than 25 years, the rural electric co-op board voted Monday night to reduce rates.

June 1, 2018


Morning Update: Hundreds Still Without Power

Storms on Thursday knocked out power to Hoosiers in central Indiana.

June 1, 2018


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Some Worry Anthem Changes Could Discourage Breastfeeding

Insurance company Anthem is cutting how much it reimburses new mothers for the cost of breast pumps.

May 24, 2018


Noon Edition: Indiana’s Strained Child Welfare System

This week on Noon Edition: There are more than 29,000 kids in Indiana's child welfare system. How is the state helping these vulnerable kids?

May 18, 2018


State Orders Bloomington’s H Auto To Close

According to a press release, the dealership was selling cars without a license and illegally issuing them interim license plates.

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