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This week on "Lakeshore Update" we'll hear the about the indictment on former Lake County police commander Dan Murchek, Barbara Broscher has the latest on the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, Brandon Smith reports on Congressman Todd Rokita's plans to participate in an upcoming Senate GOP primary debate and Chris Nolte has a conversation with Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch about the 2018 General Assembly Session. All of that, and more on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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This week on "Lakeshore Update," we'll hear from Lauren Chapman with the latest on the EPA visit to East Chicago, Jill Sheridan reports on Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush participating in a national panel discussion on legal issues in the opioid epidemic and Chris Nolte has a conversation with State Senator Eddie Melton about the 2018 General Assembly session. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," we'll get the latest on the East Chicago demolition of the West Calumet Housing Complex, Sharon Jackson will get us more information about Money Smart Week during Northwest Indiana’s about financial literacy month, and Chris Nolte speaks with the Democratic District 1 Senate candidates Frank Mrvan and Father Mark Kurowski about the upcoming Democratic primary election. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," you'll hear the latest on proposed federal cuts to the environment,  Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson discusses her upcoming visit to Canada with Governor  Eric Holcomb,
and we find out what industries could be impacted by steel and aluminum tariffs.
All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," we'll hear the latest on the close of the 2018 Legislative Session, including Brandon Smith's Weekly Statehouse Report, and Sharon Jackson speaks with the President and CEO Welz Kauffman about the 2018 Ravina Concert Schedule. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," we'll get the latest on the East Chicago DuPont cleanup from Michael Puente, Brandon Smith gets us the latest from the Statehouse, and Emilie Syberg brings us a three part series on low-income-housing in Indiana. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," we'll hear about the passage of Sunday alcohol sales, Brandon Smith talks about the creation of a special legislative study commission to investigate the Department of Child Services. Sharon Jackson reports about a gun show protest, and John Cain, host of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Kirk Muspratt. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

On this edition Lakeshore Update we'll hear about the Sunday alcohol sales final passage, Brandon Smith reports on the first debate between Indiana’s three Republican candidates for U.S. Senate, and Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio" updates us on the latest from the Gary Public Transportation Corporation. All of that, and more, on this edition of Lakeshore Update.

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," we'll hear from Sharon Jackson as she reports on a rise in gas prices over the past two weeks across Northwest Indiana. Jill Sheridan talks about a $12 million dollar budget for substance abuse programs in Central Indiana. Then, "Regionally Speaking" host Chris Nolte talks about Ivy Tech Community College's new five-year strategic plan. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

On this edition of "Lakeshore Update" we'll hear from Jeanie Lindsay on the school funding formula fix, Brandon Smith will update us on the bias crimes debate, and Chris Nolte talks with Ann Massie, about this year's second annual Food Expo and Discussion. All of that and more on "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," you'll hear from Nick Janzen as he reports on the accelerated cleanup of an East Chicago toxic waste site. Sharon Jackson talks about gas prices in Northwest Indiana during the past week, and John Cain, host of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Tom Roach, Communication and Creative Arts Chair at Purdue Northwest, about PNW's growing arts programs. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update" you'll hear from Nick Janzen as he reports on an East Chicago lawsuit, Annie Ropiek talks about the three part series “ The Ports of Indiana” and Regionally Speaking host Chris Nolte talks with Chief Strategy Officer Michael McCall about a barn-shaped hotel Fair Oaks Farms is building. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update" you'll hear from Sharon Jackson as she reports on a new program aimed to help veterans. Jill Sheridan talks about a report focused on ending the opioid crisis and how state policies are making an impact, and John Cain host of Eye On the Arts talks with Phil Bauman about the start of the season, "Tales of the Darkside." All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update,"we'll hear from Sharon Jackson as she updates us as to why gas prices have gone up in Gary. Nick Janzen talks about how kids from an East Chicago school are learning how to test lead samples, and Regionally Speaking host Chris Nolte talks with Beth Tyler about  the importance of recognizing and preventing sexual misconduct. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," we'll hear from Eric Weddle as he reports on school funding, Brandon Smith talks about a campaign to target Indiana senator Joe Donnelly, and John Cain, host of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Phil Potempa about their performance of "Big River."  All of that, and more, on this edition of Lakeshore Update.

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update,"  Annie Ropiek reports on President Donald Trump's tax reform speech in Indianapolis earlier this week. Nick Janzen talks of a lawsuit in process about ownership of beach property on Lake Michigan. John Cain, host of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Gregg Hertzlieb about the Frank Dudley display. All of that, and more, on this edition of Lakeshore Update.

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On this edition of the podcast you'll hear from Sharon Jackson as she reports on how Gary could gain $1-5M in grant money. Brandon Smith reports on how Senator Joe Donnelly won't support the latest Affordable Care Act alternative, and John Cain, host of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Katie Holderby about "Regional Impressions and Expressions." All of that, and more, on this edition of Lakeshore Update.

On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," we'll hear about the legislative panel that took testimony about whether grocery and convenience stores should be able to sell cold beer. Eric Weddle talks about three Indiana Universities that made the top U.S. 100 list, and the director of "ArtHouse," Arlene Peterson, was on "Regionally Speaking" with host Chris Nolte to talk about her project. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," Sharon Jackson reports on the rise of gas prices in Gary. Eric Weddle discusses the results from the ISTEP scores from this past spring. Then, "Regionally Speaking" host Chris Nolte talks with Mary Edwards about why she is dedicated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update" you'll find out about the permanent closing of the John Dillinger Museum in Crown Point, IN. John Cain from Eye On the Arts talks with Tom Maloney and Donna Catalano about the upcoming “Sunday Afternoon in the Artful Garden," and Regionally Speaking host Chris Nolte had Ed Feigenbaum on the show Wednesday to talk about a new casino opening in Northern Indiana. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

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On this edition of "Lakeshore Update" you'll hear about Gary's Powers and Sons Construction from Steven Lattimore. Nick Janzen reports on how environment groups say that EPA cuts will damage Hoosier health, and Chris Nolte talks with Senator Melton about the new Gary School Corporation's emergency manager.

On this edition of the podcast we'll hear about the "Summer Lunch Bus" program from Steven Lattimore. Jill Sheridan reports on a Northwest Indiana Planned Parenthood clinic that has halted abortions because of a state law that involves doctors’ admitting privileges. Brandon Smith reports on Governor Eric Holcomb about the federal healthcare reform and it's impact on the state, and Chris Nolte lets you know how to avoid taking on extra debt to pay for a summer vacation. All of that and more, on this edition of Lakeshore Update.

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On this edition of the podcast you'll hear from Megan Fernandez as she reports on how summer storms can effect Lake Michigan's water quality, Steven Lattimore reports on a popular Ultra Foods store in Northwest Indiana that's closing, we'll get the June unemployment numbers from Lauren Chapman, and "Regionally Speaking" host Chris Nolte gives us the details on vintage World War II air craft that will be landing in Porter County this summer. All of that, and more, on this edition of Lakeshore Update.

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On this edition of the podcast we'll get more information on Indiana's top growing cities from Annie Ropiek. Brandon Smith tells us how education legislation could change this fall, and Jill Sheridan reports on five new opiod treatment programs that are being used to combat the epidemic. All of that, and more on this edition of Lakeshore Update.

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On this edition of Lakeshore Update we'll get an update on the battle for Long Beach property on Lake Michigan from Indiana Public Broadcasting's Nick Janzen. We've got good news for your gas tank for this holiday weekend with Sharon Jackson, and Megan Fernandez provides fireworks safety tips and lets you know the state laws for fireworks, to keep you safe, and legal. All of that, and more, on this edition of Lakeshore Update.

On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," we'll hear from Sharon Jackson as she talks with State Representative Charlie Brown and what he's doing to end food deserts, and Steven Lattimore reports on what one local group is doing to make sure that kids don't go hungry this summer. Jill Sheridan reports on how having a parent in jail can impact the child's health, and you'll hear from Chris Nolte and his conversation with Julie Giorgi of "Promise Porter County." All of that and more, on this edition of Lakeshore Update.

On this edition of the podcast, we'll hear from Steven Lattimore as he talks about the National Gun Awareness Day celebration in Gary. John Cain host of “Eye on the Arts”  talks with Eric Roldan about an upcoming music and arts fest in Hammond this weekend, and Chris Nolte talked with Stephanie Powe about a special summer learning program.

On this edition of Lakeshore Update, we'll hear from Steven Lattimore as he reports on the protests at the Gary International Airport, we'll find out about a summer program to study lead levels in school tap water across the Hoosier state, and "Regionally Speaking" host Chris Nolte talks with Northwest Indiana activist Ruth Needleman.

On this Memorial Day Weekend edition of the podcast, we'll hear from Steven Lattimore about a new VFW post in Gary, and Jill Sheridan reports on what the Indy 500 is doing to help organ donors. We'll also hear from Nick Janzen about the conservation of Bison in Indiana, along with John Cain on “Eye On the Arts” about the upcoming performance of Primal Roots.

On this edition of "Lakeshore Update," we find out the latest about the Indiana State Department of Health's response to the opiod epidemic, segregation in Hoosier schools, and just what kind of impact does all the rain have for contaminating water reserves.

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