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Court Appointed Special Advocates serve as a voice for children as they go through the court system, but more than a hundred kids are waiting for an advocate.
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A Juneteenth celebration on this episode, as we look of songs of freedom!
Country Club Road bridge is open, I-69 is on schedule to be complete end of August, a new bike share program, the next step for regulating substance use centers, and more.
Janae Cummings speaks with lecturer and author Yascha Mounk about the battle to save liberal democracies in the U.S., and around the world.
The two “west alternatives” have been adjusted to reduce impacts to homes, businesses, and a cemetery. A change to the central alternative is designed to improve access to businesses.
WFIU is south and central Indiana's source for classical music, jazz, and news, broadcasting 24 hours a day from the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Learn More »
Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush says a recent independent report on the Department of Child Services underscores the need for a wholesale approach to improving child welfare.
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"The story of a little Jewish play." - playwright Paula Vogel
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