Zach Bernard

Reporter/Host

Zach joined 89.1 WBOI as a reporter and local host for All Things Considered. 

Previously, he worked for WGLT in Normal, Ill. and reported from the Illinois Capitol for WICS-TV.

Zach graduated from Illinois State University with a major in broadcast journalism and a minor in political science. He has his master's degree in public affairs reporting from the University of Illinois at Springfield.

You can expect your Thanksgiving dinner to be a bit more expensive this year.

The retail price of a sixteen pound turkey went up by over four dollars since last year according to an annual survey by the Indiana Farm Bureau.

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Fort Wayne has chosen its engineering partners for the promenade in the riverfront development program.

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Indiana saw its first snowfall of the season on Saturday, a full month before the official start of winter.

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While it may not officially be winter, that won’t stop winter weather from possibly coming to Northeast Indiana over the weekend.

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Many residents in the north and northwest parts of Fort Wayne were left in the dark earlier today, which affected nearly 10,000 residents. The outage was first noticed at 10:50 am this morning and went into the early afternoon.

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Indiana’s ISTEP+ test has been riddled with controversy in recent years for its administration, increased difficulty, and lack of transparency.

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Following last Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, many were left wondering if their city could also be subjected to such an attack.

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A new report the US has the highest incarceration rate in the world. According to the Prison Policy Initiative, the US incarcerates 716 people per every 100,000 residents. That’s 200 more than Cuba, which was the second highest nation on the list.

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The Fort Wayne Fire Department was honored for its work in preventing opioid overdose deaths in the area.

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While Republican Lana Keesling won Tuesday’s election to become Fort Wayne’s next City Clerk, she doesn’t begin serving until January 1.

The Allen County Democratic Party held a caucus Sunday to choose the person who would take over the job over the next 45 days following Angie Davis’s resignation in October.

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