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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Loretta Rush took the oath of office Monday, becoming the states first female Supreme Court chief justice.

A family remembers their loved ones, one year after a semi-truck crash on I-65 in Jasper County that killed seven members of their family, but they are horrified that the County Prosecutor chose not to press charges against the truck driver.

The University of Notre Dame announced today it is investigating allegations of academic fraud by several students, including four football players. The university says it has notified the NCAA, and the four football players will be held out of practice and competition until the conclusion of an ongoing investigation and the University honor code process.

Scientists are trying to discover why a sand dune collapsed last year, swallowing a six-year-old boy.

Two westbound lanes are closed on the Indiana Toll Road following an accident involving two semi trucks and a handful of vehicles.

Indiana University hopes to reduce sexual assault on its campuses through a new Student Welfare Initiative.

Loretta Rush's 32 years in the judicial system will likely shape how she leads the court when she takes over as chief justice later this month.

Indiana and 12 other states reached a legal settlement with a company that allegedly scammed servicemembers into signing up for credit with 'no money down.'

Gov. Mike Pence wants additional information about the 245 children who have been sent to Indiana after illegally crossing the U.S./Mexico border.

A union leader accused the Roudebush VA Medical Center of changing wait times, which is why the hospital was marked for 'further review' after an initial audit.

A new Indiana Commission for Higher Education initiative encourages college students to take 15 credit hours per semester so they can graduate in four years.

After conflicting federal rulings on healthcare subsidies, Gov. Mike Pence hopes Congress will rethink healthcare reform.

The DEA raided Drug & Opiate Recovery Network clinics in four central Indiana counties in an investigation of illicit drug prescriptions.

A federal appeals court ruling issued Tuesday indicates the subsidies provided under the federal health exchange are invalid.

A report from the American Cancer Society says Indiana's pain management policies have significantly improved. The state went from a grade of C- plus to a B.

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