My name is Taylor, and I’m the new general assignment reporter for WBAA News. I came to WBAA after working for WFIU in Bloomington, Indiana. I was born and raised in Michigan, in the metro-Detroit area. I studied journalism and English literature at IU, and the more I learned about public radio, the more I wanted to work in the field. I’m excited to start my work here at WBAA, reporting on issues affecting the Greater Lafayette area.
Cleveland State University is requiring vaccinations only for those living on campus. For everyone else, the college is relying on a six-week education campaign, a move some say doesn't go far enough.
Localized internet has been helpful for residents and businesses alike. In Ohio, opponents say the government should stay out of competitive markets where service providers are already at work.
The Justice Department says it will not bring civil rights charges against two police officers in the shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Cleveland in 2014.
James Harrison is one of around 150 people now able to vote thanks to registration drives aimed at making sure the democratic process is accessible to everyone, regardless of housing status.