Veteran journalist and Northwest Indiana native Steve Walsh addresses the most important local issues facing the Region during a daily hour of stimulating conversation with local newsmakers.
On today's show,physical scientist, Anne Clites is on to talk about the Great Lakes. Then, Porter county record, Jon C. Miller comes by to talk about real estate. Next, founder of Rehinge, Paton Blough has been involved with diverting the mentally ill from local jails.. Finally, Steve finishes with a previous interview about Uber.
On today's show, Brandon Rees, Director at the office of Investment at the AFL-CIO, came by to discuss the wage gap between regular workers and the CEO of places. Next, Sundae Schoon, GOP head of voter registration, is on to talk about some issues that happened at the polls. Then, Bob Kostanczuk is on to share his thoughts on Letterman's last day. Finally, bees have been dying in Indiana and all around the country and Debbie Seib, Treasurer Indiana Bee Keepers Association, has the facts.
On today's show, plans to build a hog farm outside of Valparaiso are cancelled. A local attorney along with a Valpo resident comment on the decision. Plus, Tom LaBianco on Governor Pences decision to run for a second term. Also, Lake County Commissioner Roosevelt Allen on the E-911 consolidation.
On today's show, Steve shares an interview he had previously with senator Coats about running in the fall. Next, times reporter, Vanessa Renderman is on to talk about the Ryan White Legacy. Then, local, Josh Walker is coming back form Nepal and is on to give us an update. Finally, UBER is coming to Indiana and Steve talks with Chris Nakutis, g.m. at UBER Indiana, about the program.
By: Lakeshore Staff May 8, 2015 — LakeshorePublicMedia.org MERRILLVILLE — The South Shore railway has been a region lifeline since the early 1900’s. One of the highlights of the 2015 General Assembly was lawmakers approved six million dollars for thirty years to help extend the South Shore to Dyer and potentially Lowell.
Today, president of Sherriville town counsel, Michael Troxell came by to talk about what holdouts want from 911. Next, city hall reporter, Brian Eason is on talking about the vacant building legislation. Then, the bird flu has been impacting Indiana farms lately and, spokeswomen for Indiana state board of animal health, Denise Derrer is on to inform us on the topic. Also, Steve visits a State Impact. Finally, Sprint and Verizon just made a recent settlement and Steve has on, marketing director, Jamie Barb to…
Karen Tallian, candidate for governor, is on to talk about her plans for running in the fall. Next, Tom Schuman, Senior VP of Communications at the state chamber of commerce, came by to talk about a recent survey taken by the chamber of commerce. Then, property manager at LaSalle Fish & Wildlife Area, Zack DeYoung wanted to talk about what the black oak bayou is. Finally, Steve has on David Becker, director of election initiatives for the Pew Center on States, to talk about the…
Today, Steve started with an extended interview with Bill Hanna about the state budget. Next, Steve visits a piece from, NPR's, Brandon Smith about China and Indiana Trading. Then, Scott Elliot, editor of Chalkbeat Indiana, came by to talk about the changing state school board. Also, Eric Shields, Vice President of Policy for Indiana Economic Development Corp., is talking to Steve today about the new Regional Cities program. Finally, rural area hospitals are starting to be shut down and Brock Slabach, National Rural Hospital Association,…
On today's show, Steve has on Dan Carden, State House Bureau Chief, to talk about the 2015 general assembly. Next, Kay Nelson stopped by to talk about the Waukesha ruling. Then, Steve revisits a piece from Lakeshore Report. Finally, Ed Fiegenbaum, editor and publisher for Indiana Gaming INsite, to talk about land based gaming.
By: Lakeshore Staff May 1, 2015 — LakeshorePublicMedia.org A recent outbreak of K-9 influenza, or dog flu,is causing many shelters and vets to take precautions. What can you do to protect your dog at home? Lakeshore Report's Steve Walsh sits down with Johanna Humbert, executive director of the Michiana Humane Society to discuss this disease.