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The Sisters of Providence of St. Mary-of-the-Woods, a western Indiana order of nuns has opened a new shrine to its founder, St. Mother Theodore Guerin, that recounts her journey from her native France to the Hoosier wilderness.
Singer-songwriting sisters Lily & Madeleine stopped by the 90.1 WFYI studio on Oct. 22 to talk with Jill Ditmire about their new album "Fumes," coming Oct. 28. They also performed their latest single "Rabbit" live in the studio.
Before it became WFYI, 90.1 FM first signed on the air in Oct. 1954 at Indianapolis' Shortridge High School. WFYI’s "Morning Edition" host, Don Hibschweiler, has this timeline of the radio station’s history.
A life changing car accident nine years ago left Indianapolis’ Jeremy Warriner a double amputee. Warriner’s friends are helping him fundraise for his third set of prosthetic legs that carry a combined price tag of over $100,000 dollars.