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Will Healey

Will Healey is a reporter for WFIU/WTIU News. He has studied Creative Writing and Philosophy at Fordham University in New York and Journalism at Indiana University's School of Journalism. He is excited to be part of the team and report on issues that impact the lives of Hoosiers.

Recent Posts by Will Healey

August 18, 2014


Report: Wind Energy Contributes Millions To Indiana Economy

Environmental groups are touting the economic impact of wind energy in Indiana as the state creates its 20-year energy plan.

August 15, 2014


Brown County Residents Mull Three Options For Courthouse

Residents of Brown County gathered for a third 'Community Conversation' to discuss renovating the existing courthouse or building a new one.

August 12, 2014


Bloomington’s Comedy Scene Mourns Loss Of Robin Williams

Robin Williams died Monday in an apparent suicide.

August 7, 2014


Indy Board of Public Works Approves $45 Million Covanta Deal

The Indianapolis Board of Public Works approved a $45 million contract with Covanta, making it the city's top recycling provider for the next 14 years.

August 6, 2014


Indy Bikeshare Program Passes 50,000 Rides

The Indiana Pacers Bikeshare Program has had more than 50,000 riders in three months.

August 5, 2014


Former Monroe County Auditor’s Plea Deal Rejected

An Owen County judge rejected a plea agreement in which former Monroe County Auditor Amy Gerstman would have plead guilty to misuse of funds.

August 5, 2014


Group Against Sexual Assault Closes Because Of Unpaid Taxes

The Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault has closed due to outstanding taxes owed dating back to 2012.

August 5, 2014


Substance Abuse Program to End After Federal Funding Cuts

Access to Recovery, a program that's helped Hoosiers in recovery since 2010, will be ending when federal funding dries up at the end of the year.

August 1, 2014


INDOT Chief of Staff Resigns Amid Inspector’s Report

Troy Woodruff resigned Thursday, a day before the state's Inspector General released a report clearing him of all wrongdoing on conflict of interest charges.

August 1, 2014


Sen. Coats Votes for Improvements to VA Services

Sen. Dan Coats voted for legislation that would bring improvements to the embattled Department of Veteran's Affairs.

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