Dan Coats

Interview: U.S. Senator Dan Coats, Part One

Earlier this week, Republican Sen. Dan Coats stopped by the WBOI Studios to talk about some of the big issues Congress needs to address once members return from their August recess. In the first half of a two-part interview, WBOI’s Katy Anderson asked Sen. Coats about his thoughts on the Iran nuclear deal and the fight against the Islamic State. Tomorrow during Morning Edition and All Things Considered, 89.1 WBOI will feature the second half of our interview with the senator. He’ll discuss...
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Fort Wayne Riverfront Development Could Include Environmental Center

Environmental stewardship. It’s a phrase that many people wouldn’t be able to define, but an IPFW professor wants to bring it to Fort Wayne. Area groups are trying to build an environmental stewardship facility in Fort Wayne. But what exactly is “environmental stewardship?”
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Summer Vacation Series

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Study Abroad Trip Focuses On Italian Culinary Traditions

Throughout this week, WBOI has been featuring stories from area teachers that look at how they spent their time away from the classrooms in a series called My Summer Vacation. Linda Lolkus is an associate professor of foods and nutrition at the Health and Human Services Department at IPFW. While many educators use the summer to take a break from teaching, Linda spent part of her summer instructing a study abroad course in Italy.
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Dan Coats

  Yesterday on Morning Edition we featured the first half of an interview with Republican Senator Dan Coats, which was recorded earlier this week in the WBOI studios.  He talked about foreign policy, including the Iran nuclear deal and the fight against the Islamic State.

Today, we turn to domestic issues. WBOI’s Katy Anderson talked to Sen. Coats about the budget, the presidential primaries, and more.  

Dan Coats

Earlier this week, Republican Sen. Dan Coats stopped by the WBOI Studios to talk about some of the big issues Congress needs to address once members return from their August recess. 

In the first half of a two-part interview, WBOI’s Katy Anderson asked Sen. Coats about his thoughts on the Iran nuclear deal and the fight against the Islamic State. 

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"From Fencerows to Foodsheds" is a brand new documentary about the value of sustainable food systems here in Indiana, directed by Janet Katz.

Its Fort Wayne premiere is set for this Saturday at the Cinema Center, as part of the city's 7th annual Taste of the Arts Festival.

Lisa Ryan, WBOI News

Fort Wayne just completed a project that will decrease the amount of sewage overflowing into the St. Joseph River. The project took less time and money to complete than expected.

Lisa Ryan, WBOI News

Metronomes help musicians keep time. But they can also help save lives. Fort Wayne firefighters will now use metronomes when giving CPR.

Lisa Ryan, WBOI News

Nalaxone, also known as Narcan, is a prescription drug that can save a person’s life if they are overdosing on opiates like heroin. A bill passed this year by the Indiana General Assembly allows first responders in Indiana to use the drug.

The Fort Wayne Fire Department and EMS have used Narcan on more than 100 overdose patients.

  Rick Machinski is a firefighter at Station 7 in Fort Wayne. He administered Narcan a week ago and thinks it helped save the person’s life.

Courtesy/Artworks

Steven Meese is a nationally known celebrity chef and TV host with a passion for cooking, as well as entertaining the many "foodies" he encounters on his culinary journeys.

And Fort Wayne is currently on Meese's itinerary, now that he's presenting a live weekly series of interactive instructional sessions at Arworks the Galleria of Fine Art.

This led WBOI's Julia Meek to meet with Chef Steven to learn just what is cooking in his busy world.

Indiana's Unemployment Rate Drops

Aug 21, 2015
Department of Workforce Development

Indiana has more private sector jobs than ever before, according to the state’s monthly employment report.

There were 2.614 million private sector jobs in Indiana in July, compared to the previous record of 2.612 set in March 2000.

Gov. Mike Pence praised the news in a statement saying it could be attributed to the state’s residents.

“Thanks to hardworking Hoosiers for their resilience, character and the entrepreneurial spirit they bring to work each and every day, Indiana has achieved this goal and set a new record for private sector employment,” he said.

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Environmental stewardship. It’s a phrase that many people wouldn’t be able to define, but an IPFW professor wants to bring it to Fort Wayne.

Area groups are trying to build an environmental stewardship facility in Fort Wayne. But what exactly is “environmental stewardship?”

Myrabella, creative commons

Throughout this week, WBOI has been featuring stories from area teachers that look at how they spent their time away from the classrooms in a series called My Summer Vacation.

Linda Lolkus is an associate professor of foods and nutrition at the Health and Human Services Department at IPFW. While many educators use the summer to take a break from teaching, Linda spent part of her summer instructing a study abroad course in Italy.

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