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Taylor Haggerty

Taylor Haggerty is a reporter for WFIU News and the anchor of regional newscasts during All Things Considered. She has previously reported for WFHB Community Radio and American Student Radio.

Recent Posts by Taylor Haggerty

August 14, 2018

 

Indiana University Welcomes Students Back To Campus

According to Indiana University Bloomington officials, this year’s freshman class is the largest ever and includes students from 44 states and all 92 Indiana counties.

August 3, 2018

 

Monarch Butterfly Population Seeing Spike In Numbers This Summer

Hoosiers might be noticing a few more monarch butterflies in their gardens this year. Experts say the endangered insect’s population is slightly higher this summer.

August 2, 2018

 

Rokita Introduces Bill To Raise Penalties For Disturbing Native American Sites

Republican Representative for Indiana Todd Rokita introduced a bill in Congress this week that would increase fines for disturbing Native American historic sites.

July 31, 2018

 

City Discusses Timeline, Future Development For Bloomington Hospital Site

Bloomington officials say they plan to use the current Indiana University Health hospital site to meet growing demands of the city, including the specific needs of the surrounding neighborhoods.

July 27, 2018

 

DNR Says Weather Caused Death Of Hundreds Of Fish In Columbus

Weather and natural causes are being blamed for more than 500 fish found dead in a lake earlier this week.

July 24, 2018

 

Study: Vigo Co. Jail Needs 527 Beds, Could Cost $66 Million

Vigo County officials received the first part of an assessment of their judicial system today, including plans for a new county jail. The report is the result of a years-long debate over how to solve overcrowding.

July 24, 2018

 

Indiana University Releases App To Improve Recognition Of ‘Fake News’

The app shows a fake social media feed full of articles from both real and fake media outlets and allows players to choose whether to like, share or fact-check each story.

July 23, 2018

 

Purdue Study Uses Mineralogy To Determine Previous Climate On Mars

Researchers at Purdue University are analyzing rocks and minerals to determine what Mars’ climate was like in the past. And they say the planet could have had areas capable of supporting life.

July 19, 2018

 

Ind. Fire Departments Struggling To Find, Retain Volunteers

Rural Indiana fire departments are struggling to meet the demand of their communities. The Paoli Town Council is proposing incentives, like a tax break, to bring in new recruits.

July 10, 2018

 

City Website Shows Addresses Of Monroe County Overdose Deaths

Critics have voiced concern over the decision to display full street addresses, rather than a more general medium such as a heat map.

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