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Final Gubernatorial Debate Podcast

Oct 26, 2016 / Tom Maloney

The final debate between Indiana’s Gubernatorial candidates John Gregg (D), Eric Holcomb (R), and Rex Bell (L) is now available.


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Deadline Looms for East Chicago Relocation

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Oct 26, 2016 / Annie Ropeik

In a lead-contaminated public housing complex in East Chicago, Indiana, the deadline is looming for families to find new homes. They were ordered to move because of the lead. But as Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Annie Ropeik reports, their housing options are limited.

Monthly Conversation With Mitch Daniels: October 26th, 2016

East Chicago Relocation Tests Limited Affordable Housing Market

Millions of Federal Dollars Coming to Indiana for Energy Bills.


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October 27, 2016 By: Stephanie Wiechmann, IPB News MUNCIE -The Indiana Supreme Court gaveled into session at Ball State University on Thursday, hearing a sports injury case in front of…


Oregon Occupation Unites Native American Tribes To Save Their Land

New WikiLeaks Emails Return Attention To Clinton Foundation Controversy

Michelle Obama Appears With Hillary Clinton In North Carolina


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R.I.P. Vine: Twitter To Retire App In Financial Restructuring

Researchers Say They've Found A Bit Of Fossilized Dinosaur Brain

Web Streaming Update


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The Speed of Sound: Shirley Manson (Garbage)

October 27, 2016 By: Tom Maloney, Lakeshore Public Radio Louisville - Garbage is back with a new album - Strange Little Birds. Kyle Meredith talks with Shirley Manson about it,…


Muslim 'Twoness': Fearful Of Some, Feared By Others

'Washington Post' Reporter Explores How Pop Culture Influences Views Of Police

'Falsettos' Still Resonates In Changed Social Landscape


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Chronicle of Philanthropy List Reveals Striking Change In Charity Landscape

In Fight Over N.D. Pipeline, Tribe Leader Calls For Peace And Prayers

What's More Distracting Than A Noisy Co-Worker? Turns Out, Not Much


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U.N. Considers $400 Million Plan To Address Cholera In Haiti

Oct. 25, 2016

For years, the United Nations has refused to publicly acknowledge that its troops were the source of a massive cholera outbreak in Haiti in the wake of the 2010…

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Ambassador Urges U.S. To 'Draw Some Lines' In China Relationship

Repeated Bombings On Schools Kill At Least 22 Children In Syria

The First 100 Days: What Clinton And Trump Want To Get Done


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Leaders Of Oregon Wildlife Refuge Standoff Acquitted

Oregon Occupation Unites Native American Tribes To Save Their Land

As Race Enters Homestretch, Many Voters Feel Campaign Fatigue


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