Meet Me in the Gallery opens The IU Health Goshen Entertainment Series

Due to the continued generosity of IU Health Goshen, Meet Me in the Gallery opens the 2016 IU Health Goshen Entertainment Series on Friday, February 5th . The event, from 5:30 to 9:00pm, features the Annual Scholastic Art Awards on exhibit, as well as music by The Dean's List Jazz Quintet. WVPE is committed to the communities we serve in Northern Indiana and Southwestern Michigan, to provide programming and events that inform, entertain and inspire. Over the last five years, IU Health Goshen...
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In its ongoing effort to combat violent extremism, Twitter announced Friday that it has suspended more than 125,000 accounts since mid-2015 because of what it called their connections to terrorist or extremist groups, primarily ISIS.

NPR's Aarti Shahani reports that the company says there is no "magic algorithm" to identify terrorist content on the Internet, so they're forced to make make challenging judgment calls based on "very limited information and guidance."

A major natural gas storage well in Southern California is still leaking, though less so than back in late October, when the giant gas leak was first reported. More than 5,000 families and two schools have been relocated since then, and the local utility that operates the facility is now facing several legal actions.

With the Iowa caucuses in the books, the focus of the political world has shifted to the first-in-the-nation-primary state, New Hampshire. New Hampshire voters, with their contrarian reputation, head to the polls Tuesday. Expect the unexpected.

Here are five things to know about how it all works:

1. Voting is straightforward

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A magnitude 6.4 earthquake shook the city of Tainan, on the southern end of Taiwan, just before 4 a.m. local time Saturday. The shallow quake reportedly caused multiple structures to collapse, including one residential building where it is thought hundreds live.

NPR's Elise Hu, in Taiwan, tells All Things Considered that the residential building of most concern was 17 stories tall but collapsed down to the height of about four stories.

Authorities in Tainan say 221 people have been rescued from collapsed buildings.

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The new movie, Rams, has absolutely nothing to do with Peyton Manning. It's a story from Iceland that involves sheep, snow, a herd-afflicting virus called scrapie, and sufficient sibling rivalry to power a Greek tragedy.

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A Conversation with Indiana's New Poet Laureate

Morning Edition host Michael Linville speaks with Shari Wagner, the new poet laureate of Indiana - who also shares her poem, " The Lerner Theater 1953 Elkhart ".
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