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Stan Sollars Interviews Steve Inskeep

by IPR News

December 31, 2010

NPR Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep gave the address for fall commencement at Ball State on December 18th.  He was also given an honorary doctorate.  After the ceremony, the Carmel native stopped by IPR’s studios and took time for an interview conducted by his IPR counterpart, Stan Sollars.  (13:15 in length) Stan Sollars Interviews Steve... More »

Earthquake in Kokomo shakes several states

by IPR News

December 30, 2010

Hoosiers across the state and residents from neighboring states woke up feeling the ground rumble this morning from an earthquake centered near Kokomo.  IPR’s Stephanie Wiechmann reports. Wiechmann — Kokomo Earthquake The US Geological Survey keeps a Community Intensity Map of all earthquakes, compiled from people who wrote in and said they felt the tremble. ... More »

3.8 Magnitude Quake Shakes Central Indiana

by IPR News

December 30, 2010

We felt it at IPR.  You are telling us you felt it too. Indeed it is now confirmed by the United States Geological Survey. An earthquake has happened in Indiana this morning. A  magnitude of 3.8 has been assigned to the earthquake by the USGS. The quake happened at 7:55 this (Thursday) morning. The preliminary... More »

New 2011 law regulates e-recycling

by IPR News

December 29, 2010

Next year, households, schools, and small businesses in Indiana will be banned from tossing out electronics in the regular trash.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Sharon Alseth reports. Alseth — E-Recycling For more stories from Indiana Public Broadcasting, please visit their news blog. More »

Daleville motel fire caused woman’s death

by IPR News

December 29, 2010

Police in Daleville say a November motel fire is the cause of death for a woman found inside one of the burned rooms.  Daleville Police Chief James King says an autopsy showed 22-year-old Heather Musick had carbon monoxide in her blood when she died.  This means she was still breathing when the fire broke out. ... More »

Hidden Treasures: William Rees

by IPR News

December 28, 2010

In Rising Sun, William Rees makes harps for champion harpists and Grammy-award winners.  As our series on Hoosier artisans comes to a close, Joey Lynn Foster reports. Hidden Treasures — William Rees This series was created by student reporters from Ball State University.  More information about this featured artist can be found on their website... More »

Hidden Treasures: Classic Cakes

by IPR News

December 27, 2010

In Carmel, Classic Cakes bakes and decorates edible works of art that have won awards across the country.  As part of a continuing series on Hoosier artisans, Megan Kirschner reports. Hidden Treasures — Classic Cakes This series was created by student reporters from Ball State University.  More information about this featured artist can be found... More »

Hidden Treasures: Peter Davis

by IPR News

December 24, 2010

In Muncie, a Ball State University professor dabbles in visual arts, songwriting, and poetry when he’s not teaching classes.  As part of a continuing series on Hoosier artisans, Jess Mahanes reports. Hidden Treasures — Peter Davis This series was created by student reporters from Ball State University.  More information about this featured artist can be... More »

Hidden Treasures Series: Alexander Toradze

by IPR News

December 23, 2010

In South Bend, Alexander Toradze is a professor of piano at Indiana University-South Bend whose skill has sent him to play around the world.  As part of a continuing series on Hoosier artisans, Kathleen Branson reports. Hidden Treasures — Alexander Toradze This series was created by student reporters from Ball State University.  More information about... More »

Hidden Treasures Series: Alfred Abel

by IPR News

December 22, 2010

In Indianapolis, a violinist who has played throughout Europe teaches his creative methods to local students.  As part of a continuing series on Hoosier artisans, Sydney Sorrell reports. Hidden Treasures — Alfred Abel This series was created by student reporters from Ball State University.  More information about this featured artist can be found on their... More »

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