INDOT Turns Its Attention To Section Six Of I-6902/26/15
This section of the extension will pass from Martinsville to Indianapolis along State Road 37.
Organizations Provide Resources As Autism Diagnoses Increase
IU Health Bloomington officials say they will continue to make decisions based on the best interests of their patients.
Proposed Legislation Would Strip Superintendent Of Many Powers
Proposed legislation would allow the State Board of Education to elect one of its members to serve as chair.
Film Shows Realities of Young Females Entering Porn Industry
Faculty from Indiana University and the Kinsey Instituted contribute to the film "Hot Girls Wanted," which shows realities of the porn industry.
Report: Indiana Has A Lower Risk Of Widespread Outbreaks
A public health and legal expert from IUPUI says stricter vaccine requirements put Indiana at a lower risk of outbreaks of vaccine-preventable illnesses.
President Obama Proposes Making Community College Tuition Free
In his State of the Union address, President Obama announced he would like to guarantee students two years of free community college tuition.
Local Theaters Prepare for Changes
Leaders in the Bloomington theater scene discuss upcoming changes.
Celebrating Winter Holidays
With Hanukkah beginning this week, and Christmas and Kwanzaa just around the corner, it’s a time of diverse holiday celebrations.
Study Examines the Well-Being of Girls in America
A study released by the Girl Scout Research Institute examines national statistics to gauge girls' health and well-being in the United States.
Advancements in Prevention, Treatment Change Outlook of HIV/AIDS
As advancements are made in prevention and treatment, an HIV diagnosis is no longer the death sentence it once was.
Local Homeless Shelters and Food Banks Gear Up for Winter
Leaders of local food banks, food pantries and homeless shelter discuss how they're preparing for the holiday season.
Evolving Shopping Habits Surrounding Thanksgiving
Businesses must keep up with the demand and competition during the shopping period over Thanksgiving weekend.
Indiana Offers More Options For This Year’s ACA Open Enrollment
The Affordable Care Act's annual open enrollment period begins Saturday, and, this year, Indiana is doubling its insurance providers.
A Conversation About Brain Injuries
Brain injuries are an "invisible" disease treated by many professionals in southern Indiana.
Education in the Midterm Election
Education has become the dominant issue in the upcoming midterm election.
Same-Sex Marriage Legal in Indiana
Same-sex marriage is now legal in Indiana, after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the state's appeal of an earlier court ruling.
Business Students Take Part in Social Impact Intiatives
Indiana University Kelley School of Business students are trying to help small businesses find loans to expand their businesses.
Indiana’s Efforts to Prevent Domestic Violence
Several high profile instances of domestic violence have been committed recently, and this week, we discuss the state's efforts to combat this issue.
A Conversation With IU President Michael McRobbie
President McRobbie joins us to talk about the new Global Studies School and Media School, among other topics.
Struggles and Opportunities for Indiana Craft Breweries
The number of craft breweries throughout Indiana has been steadily increasing over the past decade.
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