Pre-K Pilot Program Will Prepare Low-Income Children for...07/23/14
Five counties were selected to participate in Indiana's pre-K pilot program aimed at preparing low-income Indiana children for success in school.
Legislative, Technological Advancements to Prevent Concussions
Recent legislation and advancements in helmet technology are striving to protect high school football players against concussions.
Hoosier Parents Below Average In Funding Rainy Day Accounts
A study by the BMO Harris Bank shows Indiana parents have saved a third of the funds as the rest of the country for family financial emergencies.
Growing and Cooking the Best Summer Food
Earth Eats' Annie Corrigan hosts this special Fourth of July summer food segment.
Indiana’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban Struck Down
Miss Indiana captured national attention with her "normal" body size at the Miss USA competition, sparking this body image discussion.
World Cup’s Influence on Indiana Soccer Fans
While baseball has been dubbed "America's Pastime," more and more Americans have become soccer fans.
How to Handle the Deer Population at Griffy Lake Nature Preserve
A study has been cited to argue the necessity of controlling the deer population at the Griffy Nature Preserve, but some are trying to save the animals.
What Obama’s Proposed EPA Regulations Mean for Indiana
President Obama has proposed EPA regulations to cut carbon dioxide emissions by 30 percent by 2030 compared with 2005 levels.
The Changing Landscape for Hoosier Veterans
Several laws passed in the last legislative session aim to help veterans in Indiana.
Summer in Indiana
Memorial Day, the Indy 500 and warm weather are all scheduled for this weekend. So this week on Noon Edition, we're talking about summer in Indiana.
Gov. Pence’s HIP 2.0 Proposal As A Medicaid Alternative
Governor Mike Pence has revealed a proposal to expand the Healthy Indiana Plan as an alternative to Medicaid expansion.
The Prospects For 2014 College Graduates
What is the outlook for college graduates in 2014? Our round-table discussion will include students from different universities across Indiana.
IU Athletic Director Fred Glass Answers Your Questions
IU Athletic Director Fred Glass will appear on Noon Edition on Friday at 12 p.m.
Seasonal Allergies Are Worse This Spring
We'll talk with allergy specialists about why we suffer from these and how season allergies change over time.
A Look At Indiana’s New Adoption Tax Credit
The state legislature passed a bill this session that would grant a tax credit to families that adopt in Indiana.
Your Spring Gardening Questions Answered
Now that springtime has arrived your garden needs attention, and our gardening experts will answer all of your questions.
The Gender Wage Gap And Its Effect On Indiana’s Workforce
On this week's Noon Edition we'll discuss the wage gap between men and women and how women in Indiana can try to avoid it.
What’s Next After The Common Core
Governor Pence signed legislation this week removing Indiana from the Common Core, meaning standards for Indiana students will change this coming school year.
The Importance Of Spaying And Neutering Pets
Pet advocates say spaying and neutering animals helps prevent euthanasia, and this week we'll discuss access to these services in rural areas.
Bloomington’s Downtown Parking Meters, Six Months Later
More than six months has passed since parking meters were installed in Downtown Bloomington, and this week we follow up with the public and local businesses.
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