Barb Anguiano

Reporter

Credit LAVERGHETTA PHOTOGRAPHY AND PORTRAITS

Barb Anguiano  is an award-winning audio journalist. She’s proud of her Hammond roots and joined the WBOI News Team in the fall of 2018. Barb graduated in 2015 from Indiana University’s Journalism School, where she was first introduced to audio-storytelling and audio journalism.

 

After graduating from IU, Barb traveled to the prairies of North Dakota and dabbled in print copy-editing. But she missed radio, and applied for and attended the Transom Story Workshop in the Spring of 2016. Thanks to Transom, Barb developed confidence in her voice as a journalist and later started her radio journey at WVPE in Elkhart, Indiana.

 

When Barb isn’t digging to the heart of and covering local stories, she enjoys the Rolling Stones, Doctor Who, dogs, dogs dressed as Doctor Who. A wannabe petrolhead Barb’s biggest radio fantasy is to either produce a podcast about Formula 1 Racing, or dogs.

 

Barb Anguiano / WBOI

 

 

Five Fort Wayne Community Schools students enrolled in the Career Academy Automotive Program signed their internship contracts today at Tom Kelley Buick GMC.

The students applied and interviewed for internships in November. They signed their contracts, which included details including job description and pay plan, during a ceremony at the dealer, where they will be completing their internships.

 

The latest DNA technology combined with the study of family history has given law enforcement agencies across the country new ways to solve decades-old crimes.

Courtesy General Motors

Officials at the General Motors Assembly plant in Fort Wayne responded Thursday to a lawsuit filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Ohio stemming from the use of temporary workers.

Tinsley Killer Gets 80 Year Prison Sentence

Dec 21, 2018
FBI

The now-iconic photo of April Tinsley--a shy smile below blue eyes and a mop of curly blond hair--was all over the Allen County Courtroom Friday morning.

Her family members wore it on bright blue t-shirts, packing the first few rows of seats, awaiting the sentencing of her admitted killer, John D. Miller, 59.

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