Tony Krabill

Host, All Things Considered

Tony has hosted All Things Considered on WVPE for much of the past two decades. He joined the station as ATC host in August 1997, then switched to Morning Edition in August 2000. One of his Morning Edition newscasts earned WVPE a Best Radio Newscast Award from the Associated Press in 2002. Tony left WVPE in January 2002 to work in communications and marketing at Mennonite Mission Network and worked as a freelance audio producer before returning to WVPE in 2007. An Iowa native, Tony got his start in radio as a student at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU), Harrisonburg, Va., and managed the radio station there for three years after graduating. He also worked in commercial and Christian radio prior to his first stint at WVPE. Tony lives with his family in Elkhart.

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When it comes to measuring and rating teachers, Indiana school districts vary widely in their practices. Yet, for the past three years almost all Indiana educators have been rated effective.

The court overturned the feticide conviction but asks a trial court to resentence Patel for a lesser felony of neglect of a dependent.

If passed, the referenda would add $1.8 million to the district’s general fund and $13 million to improve infrastructure at the district’s schools.

President Barack Obama delivered his remarks about the economy at Concord High School in Elkhart Wednesday, June 1, 2016.

Video of the President's appearance begins approximately 25 minutes in.

As Elkhart prepares for one more appearance by President Barack Obama, his first visit to the city as an Illinois senator running for the Democratic presidential nomination against Hillary Clinton reveals what has and hasn't changed.

Two days before the Indiana Primary Election, Obama visited Bank Street, talking with residents and shooting some hoops with kids outside Riverview Elementary School before he spoke with me by phone.

The new ISTEP+ panel tasked with re-writing the state assessment is established and will meet for the first time May 24.

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence made several stops in northern Indiana Thursday, the second day of  the "Start Your Engines" re-election campaign tour.

Pence appeared confident as he met with diners at Elkhart’s Mayberry Café. The incumbent GOP governor says he’s not concerned about Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump’s impact on his campaign.

Modernizing main street in South Bend and other Indiana cities.

It’s been one year since legislators created a new school funding formula. The new formula gives equal funding to all schools, but critics say that’s unfair, because schools with a lot of low incomes kids or students learning English need more money. The formula leaves Goshen Community Schools scrambling to save its English Learning program in light of the funding cuts.

Jason Critchlow, Chair of the St. Joseph County Democratic Party, speaks with WVPE's Tony Krabill about Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's State of the State address. They discuss road funding, education, the governor's remarks on LGBT anti-discrimination and religious freedom, and the legislative seats opening up in St. Joseph County in the aftermath of Circuit Court Judge Michael Gotsch's retirement announcement.

At his State of the State address, Gov. Pence said he would not support any legislation restricting Hoosiers' rights to religious freedom.

Indiana Governor Mike Pence Tuesday laid out his plan for Indiana’s future – emphasizing a commitment to road funding, promising to protect teachers and schools from abnormally low test scores, and pledging to crack down on drug dealers.

Experts are advising homeowners and landowners to keep a lookout for trees and shrubs showing signs of dying.

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