Stan Ingold

News Reporter

Born in Morehead Kentucky, Stan Ingold got his start in public radio as a volunteer at Morehead State Public Radio.  He worked there throughout his college career as a reporter, host and producer and was hired on as the Morning Edition Host after graduating with a degree in History from Morehead State University. He remained there for nearly three years. Along with working in radio he spent a great deal of time coaching speech and forensics at Rowan County Senior High School in Morehead, working with students and teaching them broadcasting techniques for competitions. 

Stan arrived at Alabama Public Radio in March of 2011. Since then he has been busy criscrossing the state gathering news stories and bringing them to you, the listener. His story on the Key Underwood Coondog Memorial Cemetery recently earned him a regional Edward R Murrow Award for Feature Reporting.

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Newscast
6:10 pm
Thu January 15, 2015

Drone Report Reaches Gov. Bentley and UAB "No Confidence Vote"

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Alabama’s Unmanned Aerial System Task Force has submitted a report to Governor Bentley. That report will lay the groundwork for regulating unmanned aerial drones throughout the state. Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries John McMillan heads that task force. He says the privacy of Alabama’s citizens was a great concern when drafting the report, but compared UAVs to another hot-button privacy topic.

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Razor Policy
5:57 pm
Thu January 15, 2015

New Razor Policy in Alabama Prisons

Prison toiletries
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Alabama prisons are changing the way razors are distributed.

The change comes from an agreement with lawyers for inmates suing the state over medical care.  Attorneys had accused the state of giving razor blades to inmates who were known to be suicidal or mentally ill, leading to repeated suicide attempts.

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Newscast
5:51 pm
Wed January 14, 2015

UAB Vote, Keystone Pipeline and Legislative Committees

Pipes for the Keystone Pipeline
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The Faculty Senate at the University of Alabama in Birmingham are set to hold a vote of no-confidence against president Ray Watts. Alabama Public Radio’s Pat Duggins, the student body has already had its say…

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Selma Exhibt
5:39 pm
Wed January 14, 2015

New-York Historical Society Museum Features Selma Exhibit

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First came the movie; now the exhibition.

"Freedom Journey 1965: Photographs of the Selma to Montgomery March" is opening at the New-York Historical Society on Friday.   It follows the pivotal Civil Rights march through the photographs of Stephen Somerstein.

Somerstein was a 24-year-old picture editor at his college newspaper in New York. He went to Alabama in January 1965 to document the five-day, 54-mile march. Somerstein took over 400 photographs. Those in the exhibition include images of marchers being cheered by black people and jeered by whites.

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Newscast
6:02 pm
Tue January 13, 2015

UAB SGA Vote on Watts, Nasa Rocket, Casino Suit

UAB President Ray Watts
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The controversy over the end of the football team at the University of Alabama in Birmingham may enter its latest chapter today. APR student reporter Kristen Feyt has more…

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Hubbard Still Speaker
5:46 pm
Tue January 13, 2015

Hubbard Re-Elected as Alabama House Speaker

Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard

The Alabama House has re-elected indicted Representative Mike Hubbard as speaker.   The newly-elected Alabama Legislature convened Tuesday in Montgomery for its organizational session.

House majority leader Micky Hammon nominated Hubbard for a second four-year term as speaker.   Hubbard was unopposed in his effort to maintain the leadership.  Hammon called Hubbard a man of integrity and honesty.

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Newscast
5:57 pm
Mon January 12, 2015

Rural Health, Mercedes and Siegelman's Appeal

Former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman

  

Alabamians have until Thursday to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act for coverage. That deadline applies to people who want coverage by March first. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack says rural communities especially have benefited from the Act. He says by reducing the number of uninsured people it benefits the community as a whole…

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Newscast
5:54 pm
Fri January 9, 2015

Holiday Traffic Deaths, Lethal Injection and "Selma"

 State troopers investigated more traffic fatalities during the recent Christmas and New Year's holiday period than they did a year ago. Alabama Public Radio’s Pat Duggins explains…

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Newscast
6:15 pm
Thu January 8, 2015

Florida Same Sex Marriage, Health & Taxes, Human Trafficking

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Florida became the latest state to legalize same sex marriage this week. APR student reporter Kristen Feyt says supporters are speaking out in favor of the decision…

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School Delays
6:00 pm
Thu January 8, 2015

School Delays in North Alabama

For more information contact your school's central office or check their website.

  

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Newscast
5:50 pm
Wed January 7, 2015

Hard Freeze, Homeless in the Cold and School Delays

    

 North Alabama’s thermometers may bottom out as a hard freeze is expected to hit the state this evening into tomorrow. Forecasters are warning of a prolonged period of sub-freezing temperatures as an arctic cold front moves into the state. Tim Troutman is the lead forecaster for the National Weather Service in Huntsville. He says temps will be much cooler than normal…

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Newscast
6:06 pm
Tue January 6, 2015

Arctic Conditions, Montgomery Bus System, Oyster Beds

Alabama Oyster bed
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The arctic front settling in over our region will likely mean that northern Alabama won’t see temperatures above freezing until Friday. APR’s Alex AuBuchon reports…

Alabama is bracing for what is now predicted to be an extended period of sub-freezing temperatures. Forecasters now estimate that this arctic front will keep temperatures in Northern Alabama below freezing until Friday afternoon.

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Newscast
5:51 pm
Mon January 5, 2015

Prison Reform, UA's Smoke Free Campus and The Offseason

Alabama State Senator Cam Ward
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     A state task force will weigh options this month for how to relieve severe overcrowding in Alabama prisons.

Committee members say the ideas will likely include sentencing changes, building new facilities to house inmates and increased resources for probation and parole.

Prison Reform Task Force Chairman Cam Ward says he hopes to have legislation ready in February.

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Award Entries
2:00 pm
Sat December 27, 2014

Best Sports-- "Wheelchair Boxing"

This week, two unique sports teams from the University of Alabama are vying for a national championship. They’re the men’s and women’s wheelchair basketball teams, better known as the Rolling Tide. The university has a number of sports for disabled athletes and between games, these players have to stay in shape.  That’s leading to a partnership between wheelchair athletes and a man known in the world of boxing as “The Bronze Bomber.”

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Newscast
5:41 pm
Wed December 24, 2014

Charter Schools, Holiday Travelers and Rocket Exhibit

Alabama State Senator Dick Brewbaker

Alabama is one of eight states that do not allow charter schools, and some legislators want to change that.

Several Republican lawmakers said they will make another push to establish charter schools in Alabama, at least on a limited basis. Republican Senator Dick Brewbaker of Pike Road said he believes families need more education options for their children.

Charter schools are new publicly funded schools that operate outside the rules and regulations of regular public schools.

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