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Spring Into Action 2018

Mar 30, 2018

This April, we're asking listeners to "Spring Into Action" and support the programs they love on WNIJ and WNIU. Our goal is to raise $150,000 from April 2 - 22 without interrupting programs. Donate now to sustain the programs you rely on and grab yourself a branded camping mug, carry-all bag, or pair of "sustainer socks." 

Roy Chapman Andrews Society

The Roy Chapman Andrews Society in Beloit is presenting its annual 'Distinguished Explorer' award to Dr. Richard Alley. He’s a Penn State climatologist whose drilling into Antarctic ice led to greater knowledge of global climate change.

Dr. Alley started out studying geology at Ohio State University, but branched into studying glaciers and snowfall while working with a professor over one summer.  The data he gathered, however, was from an "unconventional" source.

Susan Stephens / WNIJ

This WNIJ special originally aired in 2008 and is a compilation of news coverage, commentary, and event audio gathered by WNIJ's news team. Hosted by Bill Drake.

Ready To Add A Photo To Your Story?

Feb 2, 2018
Jenna Dooley / WNIJ

Common myths about photo use debunked

It’s okay to use anything that’s online as long as I give credit. FALSE

It’s okay to use something if I asked for permission and didn’t get a response. FALSE

It’s okay to use the image if don’t know / can’t determine who took the photo. FALSE

It’s okay to use anything as long as I’m not making any money off of it. FALSE

Every story needs an image. FALSE

After passing their respective tax overhaul bills, the U.S. House and Senate are trying to reconcile the differences in their legislation. While they do that, President Trump is making a renewed pitch to the American people about the importance of overhauling the tax code. Watch the president’s remarks live.

Live Stream Will Begin at 2pm.

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