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  • As children prepare to return to school Lakeshore Public Radio's Dee Dotson and Tom Maloney spoke with youth advocates as well as health care industry leaders about helping children navigate the school year.
  • ‘My body, my choice’ is the mantra many abortion rights activists are chanting these days. With the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade many people are demanding the voice that will be most affected by this decision be amplified including Rebecca Gibron the CEO of Planned Parenthood Great Northwest.
  • The U.S. Supreme Court recently overturned Roe v. Wade declaring that the constitutional right to abortion, upheld for nearly a half century, no longer exists. Legal experts say the court's decision will pose new questions for other courts to deal with – questions about how to apply the specific language of the final ruling to individual state laws. Lake County Right to Life President Len Reynolds joined us to discuss the position of Pro-Life Hoosiers in the Region.
  • Joining Lakeshore Public Radio host Dee Dotson on Regionally Speaking is Indiana Youth Institute the president and CEO Tami Silverman to discuss how we can all help kids feel safe at school.
  • Geneva Wesley is a licensed social work, special needs educator and author who wrote the book a book to help children and their families learn about social emotional learning.
  • Lakeshore Public Radio is dedicated to inclusion and diversity in every aspect of our community. Regionally Speaking will recognize Pride Month with interviews with members and allies to promote increased visibility and equality to a population whose members have historically been forced to conceal their identities. Barb Langel with First Unitarian Church of Hobart joins us to discuss the intersectionality of faith and the LGBTQ community.
  • June marks Pride Month, a time to celebrate the LGBTQ community as well as a time to reflect on the movement that continues to push for full and equal rights for members of the community. Lakeshore Public Radio is dedicated to inclusion and diversity in every aspect of our community. Lakeshore Public Radio’s Dee Dotson recently spoke with Troy Stevenson, Campaign Manager for The Trevor Project about the importance of parents of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning teens remembering that each child is unique and will have their own experiences and feelings along the way.
  • SCHERERVILLE-- A 14-year-old Schererville girl who had been reported missing, has been found in Cincinnati, Ohio and her family has been notified. Lake…
  • SCHERERVILLE--The Lake County Sheriff's Department are asking the public for information concerning the whereabouts of a 14-year-old girl who has been…
  • Shovels pierced the dirt to commemorate the start of a mitigation project that has been years in the making in Hobart, with a goal of ultimately restoring…