Araceli Gomez-Aldana

Reporter, All Things Considered Host

Araceli joins 89.1 WBOI as a reporter and local host for All Things Considered.

She is a graduate of Indiana University, where she received a bachelor's degree in journalism. While attending IU she interned at FOX59 and ABC7 Chicago. Araceli also had the opportunity to practice her reporting skills in Europe while studying abroad at the University of Seville, Spain.

Prior to joining WBOI, Araceli was the producer and host of HOLA Bloomington, WFHB’s Spanish public affairs program, and co-anchored WFHB’s Daily Local News.

Originally born in Guadalajara, Mexico,  Araceli was raised in Whiting, Indiana where she grew up playing sports and rooting for the Chicago Bulls, Bears and the White Sox. She enjoys running, playing tennis, traveling and trying new foods.

If you have a story idea, email Araceli at agomezaldana@nipr.fm

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Fort Wayne Community School System teachers spent the last three weeks creating new math and English curriculums for the 2018-2019 school year. The school system is planning to implement the new changes this fall. 

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Over 300 Allen County residents gathered at Saint Joseph's Church in Fort Wayne Sunday for a “Families First” town hall. 


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For migrants seeking asylum, the process can be confusing and long. 

For many people, reading and hearing about asylum process the terminology and policy can be difficult to sift through.

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Employees at the Ligonier Public Library got creative when brainstorming how to promote reading during the summer. 

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Earlier this week, the Indiana Department of Health confirmed its first death associated with a multi-state Hepatitis A outbreak. The Fort Wayne-Allen County Department of Health has begun efforts to slow the spread of the virus.

Indiana typically sees about 20 Hepatitis A cases a year. This year, however, there are 220 cases associated with the outbreak and over 100 hospitalizations, according to the Indiana Department of Health.

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