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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Huntington County Salvation Army

The Huntington County Salvation Army will honor the late Helen G. Purviance for her contributions during World War I. She became known nationally as the “Doughnut Girl.” 


Institute for Women’s Policy Research

The Institute for Women’s Policy Research announced their results for its Employment and Earnings Index and Poverty and Opportunity Index this week. States are graded on six areas and Indiana scored a “D+” in the reproductive rights category. 

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Hoosiers have about a week to register to vote if they wish to participate in the upcoming May primary elections. The deadline to register or make changes to voter registration records is by the end of the day on April 9.

Araceli Gomez-Aldana

03/30/18

UPDATE: The total number of flu-related deaths has reached 293, that’s up four from last week.

 

For the first time this flu season Allen County reported zero influenza-related deaths.

 

Last year, Indiana ended its flu season with a total of 103 deaths.

Fort Wayne Community Schools

Fort Wayne Community Schools is the inaugural recipient of the Indiana Department of Education’s Title III Distinguished Indiana School District Award. FWCS was the only district in the state receiving the recognition. 

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