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  1. What Trump has said about ‘clean coal’ and what it is

    08.23 / 22:46 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    rui_noronha/iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump on Tuesday night told supporters at a rally in Phoenix that “clean coal” was back. Only his description of “clean coal” was scientifically wrong. “We’ve ended the war on beautiful, clean coal and it’s just been announced that a second brand new coal mine where they’re going to take out clean coal – meaning they’re taking out coal, they’re going to clean…
  2. What Trump has said about ‘clean coal’ and what it is

    08.23 / 22:46 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    rui_noronha/iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump on Tuesday night told supporters at a rally in Phoenix that “clean coal” was back. Only his description of “clean coal” was scientifically wrong. “We’ve ended the war on beautiful, clean coal and it’s just been announced that a second brand new coal mine where they’re going to take out clean coal – meaning they’re taking out coal, they’re going to clean…
  3. Mom-daughter duo delivers customized dorm room decor in a box

    08.23 / 21:38 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    James Woodson/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — A mother-daughter duo is helping people transform their dorm rooms or maximize space in tiny apartments with a one-stop shopping solution delivered to their door in a convenient box. Amanda Zuckerman and her mom, Karen Zuckerman, founded Dormify.com, which caters to the fashion-minded. Clients can order their very own custom design on the site. “Dormify prepares parents and children with everything they need to move Read…
  4. Hillary Clinton describes Trump as ‘creep’ in forthcoming book

    08.23 / 21:38 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Monica Schipper/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Hillary Clinton calls President Donald Trump a “creep” who “love[s] to intimidate women” in an excerpt of her forthcoming memoir while detailing her experience at one of 2016’s presidential debates. In the passage from Clinton’s memoir, “What Happened,” the former secretary of state recounts an “incredibly uncomfortable” moment during the second presidential debate in St. Louis on…
  5. City of Charlottesville shrouds Confederate statues in memory of slain protester

    08.23 / 21:38 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Mark Wilson/Getty Images(CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.) — The city of Charlottesville covered two Confederate statues with giant black veils on Wednesday in remembrance of 32-year-old counter-protester Heather Heyer, who was killed at a rally of white nationalists and neo-Nazis earlier this month. The Charlottesville city council voted unanimously to cover the statues in a contentious meeting on Monday at which angry protesters expressed outrage over the deadly violence that broke out at Read…
  6. Former FBI director James Comey joining Howard University

    08.23 / 20:34 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Drew Angerer/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Former FBI Director James Comey has been appointed an endowed chair in public policy at Howard University and will deliver a convocation address to incoming freshmen in September, the school announced Wednesday. In a press release, the historically Black university said that Comey, who was controversially fired from his post leading the FBI by President Donald Trump in May, will “engage the Howard community through a Read…
  7. President Trump strikes a softer tone in Reno after bombastic Phoenix rally

    08.23 / 20:34 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Ralph Freso/Getty Images(RENO, Nev.) — President Donald Trump’s tone at a speech at the National Convention of the American Legion in Reno, Nevada struck a softer tone than his bombastic speech in Phoenix on Tuesday night. “There is no country like the United States of America. We have no division too deep for us to heal, and there is no enemy too strong for us to overcome. Because in America, Read…
  8. Science envoy resigns over Trump’s Charlottesville comments

    08.23 / 20:34 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Ingram Publishing/iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — One of the State Department’s science envoys has announced his resignation on Twitter, citing President Trump’s “attacks on core values of the United States.” Dr. Daniel Kammen, a professor of energy at the University of California, Berkeley, wrote in a long letter that he is resigning because of Trump’s “failure to condemn white supremacists and neo-Nazis,” calling it “a pattern of…
  9. Poll respondents explain their support for Trump’s response to Charlottesville

    08.23 / 20:34 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    garytog/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump’s handling of the deadly events in Charlottesville, Virginia, this month and his inconsistent characterization of them led to a swift and mostly negative reaction from many Americans. Approval of the president’s response to Charlottesville stood at just 28 percent, according to a recent ABC News/Washington Post poll. In that same poll, 9 percent of respondents also said that it was acceptable to hold neo-Nazi Read…
  10. St. Mary the Immaculate Conception Parish invites the public to a day of stained glass

    08.23 / 19:36 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    As part of the parish’s 150th anniversary celebration, St. Mary the Immaculate Conception Parish invites the public to a day of stained glass tours and history talks at the church on Saturday, August 26 from 9 am to 3 pm. The church’s stained glass windows were made by F. X. Zettler Stained Glass Studios of Munich, Germany and installed in 1927. Other architectural treasures include the Indiana Bedford stone Katherine Barker Read more…
  11. Body found in Michigan City on Meer Road

    08.23 / 18:40 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    BREAKING NEWS from Sgt, Yagelski of the MCPD: A body of a 24 year old white female from LaPorte County, was discovered at approximately 7:25am, on Meer Road (600 West) approximately 100 yards south of Freyer Road on the Westside of the roadway. The body was discovered by a passing bicyclist where he had no means of communication and was able to finally waive down a passing vehicle where they Read…
  12. Movie focusing on the origin of The Joker in the works

    08.23 / 18:40 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Jared Leo as The Joker and Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn in “Suicide Squad”; Clay Enos/Warner Bros./TM & (c) DC Comics(NEW YORK) — It may seem like an unlikely match — the director of one of the raunchiest of R-rated comedies and the clown prince of crime — but Variety reports that The Hangover director Todd Phillips is in talks to co-write and direct an origin movie focusing on Batman’s Read…
  13. Fort Benning drill sergeants suspended pending sexual assault investigation

    08.23 / 17:38 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Ian Hitchcock/Getty Images(COLUMBUS, Ga.) — An investigation into a sexual assault allegation at Fort Benning, Georgia, has revealed additional allegations of sexual misconduct between trainees and drill sergeants, the U.S. Army said Wednesday. The Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, along with the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command, were investigating a recent charge of sexual assault by a female trainee against a drill sergeant when the other allegations were…
  14. Morgan Freeman to be honored with the SAG Life Achievement Award

    08.23 / 16:37 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — Morgan Freeman is set to be honored for his decades of work in film by the Screen Actors Guild. SAG-AFTRA announced on Tuesday that Freeman will be awarded the SAG Life Achievement Award at the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, set to air on TNT and TBS on Sunday, January 21 at 8 p.m. ET. The award, one of the guild’s highest honors, is given Read…
  15. Mobile Health Unit at The Pax Center today

    08.23 / 14:36 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    The Mobile Health Unit of La Porte Hospital will be out in the community throughout August with education on eye health and to provide free blood sugar screenings for diabetes. A regular eye exam is the best way to protect your eyesight, and an easy precaution to take. Blood sugar levels are directly related to diabetes, and diabetes that goes unchecked can cause vision problems, up to blindness. Come and Read…
  16. Netflix special, ‘Jerry Before Seinfeld,’ gets a premiere date

    08.23 / 14:36 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    Netflix(NEW YORK) — Jerry Seinfeld’s return to stand-up comedy on Netflix now has a premiere date.  And it turns out the show will be more than just a comedy set. Jerry Before Seinfeld will hit Netflix on September 19.  The special will follow Seinfeld to The Comic Strip for an intimate set at the club that helped launch his career.  But the show also will provide a look a Seinfeld’s Read…
  17. Brentwood at La Porte Host Grandparent’s Day Essay Contest

    08.23 / 14:36 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    The La Porte County Public Library and Brentwood at La Porte are sponsoring a Grandparents Day essay contest for 2nd – 8th graders. The theme is “What My Grandparent Means to Me.”  There will be a winner in each of three divisions: 2nd & 3rd grade, 4th & 5th grade, and 6th- 8th grade. Each winner will be invited to read their essay at a reception on Grandparents Day, Sunday, Read more…
  18. ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ recap: Date card drama, two pregnancies and DeMario tells all

    08.23 / 14:36 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    ABC/Paul Hebert(NEW YORK) — The show was split into two segments on Tuesday night’s episode of Bachelor in Paradise. The first segment focused on the latest drama on the beach while the second segment was live and featured fan favorites Raven, Jasmine, Derek, Diggy and Robby offering their takes on what went down between Corrinne and DeMario. Then DeMario himself came out to testify. Plus, two married couples from past Read…
  19. Sherriff’s Office seeks community’s help after 50 open cases of theft

    08.23 / 14:36 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    The La Porte County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying suspects that are responsible for a significant number of thefts from vehicles. Investigators have been following up on leads from the cases that extend back to the beginning of the summer. The sheriff’s office has approximately 50 open cases of thefts and is estimating another 50 are open with other agencies in La Porte County and surrounding Read…
  20. Prince William, Prince Harry open up about how they learned of their mother’s death

    08.23 / 12:31 wimsradio.com Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN)
    ABCNews.com(LONDON) — In a new BBC documentary, Prince William and Prince Harry reveal for the first time the moment they learned about their mother’s heartbreaking death in 1997, and how their father Prince Charles and grandmother Queen Elizabeth comforted them in the aftermath. “One of the hardest things for a parent to have to do is to tell your children that your other parent has died,” Prince Harry said. “How Read…