Asian Carp Threaten To Invade Lake Monroe10/01/15
The invasive species has been detected in Salt Creek, sparking fears that the fish will make their way into nearby Lake Monroe.
Monroe County Schools Consider New Academic Calendar
This week on Noon Edition we'll speak with local leaders about the 25-member MCCSC calendar committee, and the MCCSC’s proposed academic calendar.
Controversy Stirs Around Big-Box Retailer Tax Cuts
This week on Noon Edition we'll speak with leaders and experts about big-box retailers getting tax cuts that could cause big losses in tax revenue.
Privacy, Safety, And Accountability: Police Body Cameras
This week on Noon Edition we'll speak with leaders from around the state about the pros and cons of placing body cameras on law enforcement.
Gov. Pence’s New Drug Task Force
This week on Noon Edition we'll speak with leaders from around the state about Indiana's drug addiction problem, and what impact the new task force might have.
Hurricane Katrina: Ten Years Later
This week on Noon Edition we'll speak with a representative of the American Red Cross as well as two women displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
Reusing And Recycling Efforts Throughout The State
This week on Noon Edition, we'll talk to experts and leaders from around the state about reusing and recycling efforts in Indiana.
Indiana Challenges New EPA Carbon Emission Rules
Indiana and 14 other states are filing a lawsuit to challenge the limits that President Obama announced this week on carbon dioxide emissions.
Developments In Alzheimer’s Care And Research
Researchers and drug companies are making progress on preventing and treating Alzheimer’s disease.
What Restoring Diplomatic Ties With Cuba Means For...
The decision to restore diplomatic ties with the Caribbean country could result in a lifting of the trade and travel embargoes.
Severe Thunderstorms Strike Southern, Central Indiana
While the storms have caused problems for residents, it’s also spelled trouble for some Indiana farmers, who face millions of dollars in crop damages.
What The President’s Overtime Expansion Could Mean For...
Advocates for the president’s overtime proposal say it would mean raises for 100,000 Hoosiers, but businesses and unions argue it could threaten jobs.
Local Chefs Share Summer Cooking Tips
Two local chefs and Earth Eats' Annie Corrigan join the program to share their summer cooking tips.
How SCOTUS Rulings On Marriage, Health Care Could Affect...
The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to announce landmark rulings for cases dealing with marriage equality and the Affordable Care Act.
Addressing Concerns Of Crime Along Kirkwood Ave.
Two public meetings have addressed the concerns of business owners and community members about crime along Kirkwood Ave. in Bloomington.
Indiana Sees Steep Decline In Abortion Rate
Indiana abortions have decreased by 20 percent since 2010, while, across the country, the rate has decreased only 12 percent.
The New State Board Of Education
Today on Noon Edition, we'll speak about how the new dynamic could affect the board and how Glenda Ritz's gubernatorial campaign could play into the mix.
Indiana Communities Prepare For Summer Tourism
Communities across the state are gearing up for summer tourists.
Health Professionals Discuss Southern Indiana HIV Outbreak
Under a new law, health officials are able to create a long-term needle exchange program in Scott County.
Preserving Indiana’s Historic Landmarks
Indiana Landmarks' list of 10 Most Endangered historic landmarks brings attention to at-risk structures.
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