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Another Local COVID-19 Death Reported, Area Hospitals Update Visitor Policies

The Indiana Department of Health is reporting another death in Allen County due to COVID-19. The death is not yet reflected in Allen County Department of Health’s official tally.

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Cheryl Garbe

Local Advocate Reaches Out To Cultivate Community Of Nonviolence

Reverend Angelo Mante, pastor of Peace and Justice at Faith United Methodist Church in the city's southeast quadrant, is also the founder and executive director of Alive Community Outreach. From that platform as well as the pulpit, Mante hopes to cultivate a community of nonviolence through relationships and education.

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State News

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Study: Kids Who Drink Well Water At Higher Risk For Lead Exposure

There’s been a big push to reduce lead in drinking water around the country. But few of those efforts have been focused on private wells — where about a quarter of all Hoosiers get their water.

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Aaron Robles

Heart of the Hustle

Throughout the summer of 2020, WBOI is partnering with Founders Spark to bring you Heart of the Hustle.

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Cheryl Garbe

Reverend Angelo Mante, pastor of Peace and Justice at Faith United Methodist Church in the city's southeast quadrant, is also the founder and executive director of Alive Community Outreach.

From that platform as well as the pulpit, Mante hopes to cultivate a community of nonviolence through relationships and education.

FILE PHOTO: Samantha Horton / IPB News

A rural Indiana fish farm is one step closer to getting genetically engineered salmon to store shelves. The company is harvesting its first batch of Atlantic salmon helping prepare for its inaugural GMO fish production later this year.

FILE PHOTO: Lauren Chapman / IPB News

There’s been a big push to reduce lead in drinking water around the country. But few of those efforts have been focused on private wells — where about a quarter of all Hoosiers get their water. 

Payton Knobeloch

For the second day in a row, residents took to the streets of Bloomington demanding accountability for those who assaulted a Black man at Lake Monroe on the 4th of July.

FILE PHOTO: Peter Balonon-Rosen / IPB News

Go to school in person this fall or leave the country. That's the message Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is sending to international college students with a new policy announced Monday, and it's leaving students scrambling to figure out their options.

Updated at 6:49 p.m. ET

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a key witness in the impeachment trial of President Trump, will retire Wednesday after 21 years in the military.

Vindman is leaving the Army "after it has been made clear that his future within the institution he has dutifully served will forever be limited," his lawyer, David Pressman, said in a statement. Recently, controversy has grown over an abnormal stall in his promotion to the rank of full colonel.

Justin Hicks / IPB News

The Indiana Governor’s Workforce Cabinet says it’s expanding the state’s Next Level Jobs program with $37 million from the CARES Act. It’s a major part of the state’s strategy to help Hoosiers recover from pandemic-related job losses.

Justin Hicks / IPB News

Career and technical education programs across Indiana were allowed to begin hands-on classes Monday so students could finish course requirements. It’s the first time students will take classes in a school since the pandemic began.

Lauren Chapman / IPB News

The Small Business Administration released data Monday on companies and other groups that received a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

Rebecca Green / WBOI

  The Indiana Department of Health is reporting another death in Allen County due to COVID-19.

The death is not yet reflected in Allen County Department of Health’s official tally.

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