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WYSO Morning News Update: July 18, 2022


WYSO Morning News Update for July 18, 2022, with Chris Welter:

  • New questions arise after 10-year-old rape case
    (State House News Bureau) - The story about the ten-year-old rape survivor from Ohio who traveled to Indiana for an abortion days after the state's so called heartbeat bill went into effect is grabbing national headlines. The law bans abortions when a "fetal heartbeat" can be detected, which could be as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. Now lawyers are realizing that questions about whether or not a narrow exception in the new law could have been applied in the girl’s case are not easy to answer.
  • College Hill town hall meeting
    (WYSO) - A town hall meeting about development at the former site of Good Samaritan hospital is tonight. Premier Health's CEO will speak at the meeting. It's at College Hill Church in Dayton and starts at 6:30 p.m. tonight.
Chris Welter is the Managing Editor at The Eichelberger Center for Community Voices at WYSO.

Chris got his start in radio in 2017 when he completed a six-month training at the Center for Community Voices. Most recently, he worked as a substitute host and the Environment Reporter at WYSO.
Desmond Winton-Finklea, an avid listener to NPR, is WYSO’s Digital Content Editor. He oversees digital communications platforms, including its websites, apps, streams, emails and social media accounts. Desmond has attended Central State University and the International College of Broadcasting. Hired directly out of school, he began working for Dayton-area television stations as a multimedia specialist and an editor of video, audio and digital content. Desmond aims to use his plethora of experience and knowledge to expand WYSO’s digital presence.