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Family farmers call for tougher CAFO regulations in Farm Bill; The Midwest and Northeast brace for record high temperature in heatwave; Financial-justice advocates criticize crypto regulation bill; Ohio advocates: New rules strengthen protections for sexual-assault victims.

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The RNC kicks off its election integrity effort, Democrats sound a warning bell about conservatives' Project 2025, and Republicans suggest funding cuts to jurisdictions with legal cases against Trump.

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As summer nears, America's newest and largest international dark sky sanctuary beckons, rural job growth is up, but full recovery remains elusive, rural Americans living in prison towns support a transition, while birth control is more readily available in rural areas.

Joe Ulery

Producer

Joe has more than 35 years experience working in Indiana newsrooms. He started his first job when he was 16 years old in Logansport at the hometown radio station. He loved broadcasting so much he eventually joined the team fulltime. Joe worked his way from a young, local news reporter to News Director. For several years, Joe anchored Indy's Morning News at legendary news-talk radio station WIBC in Indianapolis-where he also hosted a weekend talk show. He is based in his homestate Indiana. Joe is known for his natural curiosity to dig for all the facts and a relentless pursuit for truth. He is trusted and respected by peers and sources. However, he may be best known for his humor. In his spare time, Joe vlogs about living with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. HCM is a hereditary disease which affects about 1 in 200 people. Joe is an HCM advocate and founding member of the HCMA steering committee for the social media ambassador program. He is also a frequent cohost on HCMA's "Tales from the Heart" podcast, and he edits the weekly production.


Honors and Awards: Proud recipient of several peer-selected awarded honors from Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA), Associated Press (AP) and Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ).

Location: Westfield, IN

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Indiana's rural climate impact: Urgent call for action

A new report from the Rural Climate Partnership revealed a significant climate impact on rural Americans, including more than one in five Hoosiers…

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Report: Overall child well-being ranking slightly slips in IN

Indiana ranks 27th in child well-being, according to the 2024 Kids Count Data Book by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, slipping three spots from last …

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IN Medicaid launches PathWays Program for Aging

The federal agency overseeing state entitlement programs, including Medicaid, has approved Indiana's proposed waivers and amendments for managed care …

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Common Cause Indiana may challenge restrictive voting laws

An Indiana watchdog group said it is considering legal action in response to new state voting laws the group believes disenfranchise voters. Julia …

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IN food banks concerned about draft Farm Bill

Groups fighting hunger in Indiana said they are deeply concerned about proposed cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and other nutrit…

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Distinct vibes at IU Indianapolis pro-Palestinian protest

By Claire Rafford for Mirror Indy.Broadcast version by Joe Ulery for Indiana News Service reporting for the Mirror Indy-Free Press Indiana-Public News…

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Indiana expanding shared-cost child care program

By Victoria Lim for WorkingNation.Broadcast version by Joe Ulery for Indiana News Service reporting for the WorkingNation-Public News Service Collabor…

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IN makes splash for Safe Boating Week

Hoosiers are launching their boats to enjoy another season on the water. However, before jumping aboard, now is an ideal time to review safety plans …

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New IN law stirs debate over academic freedom, teacher training

By Aleksandra Appleton for the Chalkbeat Indiana .Broadcast version by Joe Ulery for Indiana News Service reporting for the Chalkbeat Indiana-Free Pre…

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Closure of Indiana's oldest gay bar impacts LGBTQ+ community

By Meghan Holt for the Ball State Daily News .Broadcast version by Joe Ulery for Indiana News Service reporting for the Ball State Daily News-Free Pre…

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