FDN News – April 13th, 2016 This week on FDN News: A new abortion law in Indiana has received criticism across the country. And HU students debate how the U.S. should respond to the Syrian refugee crisis.

FDN News – April 6th, 2016 This week on FDN News, an attempted break-in inside the Merillat Center for the Arts damages the radio station door, and the HU student body elects a new president.

FDN News – March 16th, 2016 Our crew traveled to Dayton, Ohio this past weekend to cover the Donald Trump rally; the first held after violence forced the presidential candidate to cancel in Chicago.

FDN News – March 9th, 2016 This week on FDN News: The university implements changes in open dorm hours, students vying for student government positions debate campus issues, and the mild winter is saving the university money.

FDN News – February 24th, 2016 This week on FDN News: The social media application Yic Yak creates concern on campus, why another local university banned the app, and a live look outside during the winter weather advisory.

FDN News – February 17th, 2016 This week on FDN News: A Huntington company moves 700 jobs to Mexico, the psychological impact of Snapchat, and we hit the streets to test your knowledge on trivia and historical events!

FDN News – February 10, 2016 For our first show of the new year, we take a look at how body cameras will affect the Huntington police force, new building and renovation plans for the university, and we meet the new...

FDN News – November 18th, 2015 This week on FDN News: We dig deeper into a racially insensitive incident on campus, students discuss sexuality issues in a Forester Lecture, and are the new Starbucks cups ruining Christmas?  

FDN News – November 11, 2015 This week in FDN News: We look at the rising problem of heroin in Huntington County. And in light of a racially driven attack at IU, we ask if students have racial concerns on our...

FDN News – November 4th, 2015 This week on FDN News: Olympiad takes over campus, we look into low voter turnout for college students, and will the Star Wars hype prevent some students from seeing the new blockbuster film on opening...