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WBOI Weekend News Roundup 04/28/2018

This Weekend News Roundup starts with the top headlines, including proposed EPA changes to coal ash regulations, Indiana foster care policy shifts, $1 million in STEM grants for Indiana elementary schools and the City of Fort Wayne approves $250,000 in commercial facade grants for ten local businesses. Then, we'll hear from Madeleine Richey, a Fort Wayne resident who recently came back from Uganda where she funded a well-digging project. Finally, we close with a story on how esports in Indianapolis has become a college recruitment tool.

Credit James Vavrek, WFIU/WTIU News
6 high school teams from 4 states competed at IUPUI’s tournament last weekend.

For more information on the stories presented here:

EPA Hears Proposed Revisions to Coal Ash Regulation

Policy Changes Coming to the Foster Care System

State Awards STEM Grants to Elementary Schools

Ten Local Businesses Awarded Commercial Facade Grants

Link to Madeleine Richey's blogs from the trip