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August 4, 2022

 

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What to look for with monkeypox and COVID-19

Join us this Friday as we talk with our guests about what to look for with monkeypox and COVID-19.

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Report finds domestic violence calls and severity of incidents increased during pandemic

Join us this week as we talk with service providers and researchers about increased reports of domestic violence in Central Indiana during the pandemic.

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Monroe County leaders discuss local income tax hike

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The UN Climate Report and outlooks for the Midwest

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