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Trend and more- Oct. 3, 2014 Visit of President Obama

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Live coverage of the arrival of Air Force One, with Steve Burger and John Gibson in the studio, and Paola Marizan at Evansville Regional Airport.

  

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Prior to the President's remarks, Steve and John with live commentary in the studio, and Cass Herrington sets the scene with a live report from Millennium Steel Service in Princeton.

  

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The remarks by President Barack Obama at Millennium Steel Service in Princeton, Indiana on Oct. 3, 2014 and a question and answer session with audience members.

    

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Following the President's remarks, Cass Herrington with a recap in a live report from Princeton.
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The departure of President Barack Obama on Air Force One, with Steve and John in the studio, and Paola Marizan at Evansville Regional Airport.

On Friday, Oct, 3, 2014, President Barack Obama made the first visit to the Tri-State by a sitting President in over 14 years.

Because of the historic nature of the visit, WNIN-FM produced stories for several days in advance, and aired news stories and live reports from 6am-6pm. A special Trend show provided context and information for the visit, and live reports from the field updated the progress of President Obama's visit.

We also aired the President's live remarks and a lengthy question and answer session with audience members from Millennium Steel in Princeton.

On this page, you'll find audio files of our coverage, and links below to more produced reports to mark the occasion.

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