The last episode of IN Focus aired August 2013; the page below is an archive.
The WFIU/WTIU news team continues its coverage of local and regional issues
in a new weekly program, Indiana Newsdesk, premiering Friday, September 27.
Show segments tagged 'Monroe County'
February 2011: Prevention and Ending the Cycle of Homelessness
The panel discusses problems with veterans finding jobs to support their families and keep their homes. Also the possibility of future prevention programs.MORE »
February 2011: WTIU InFocus on Homelessness: Poverty Increase
Panel experts explain the ongoing dilemma of poverty and homelessness in Bloomington. In addition to this there is a discussion of ways to combat this issue.MORE »
July 2010: The Future of Arts Education
A panel of experts discusses the future of arts education in Indiana, as well as programs for college students hoping to become educators themselves.MORE »
July 2010: Educator and Program Cuts
A panel of experts discusses the recent educator and program cuts in Indiana and what can happen in the future.MORE »
June 2010: InFocus on the Environment: Recycling in Indiana
A panel of experts discusses recycling programs across the state of Indiana, and how they have been affected by grants and infrastructure changes.MORE »
April 2009: Volunteerism in Bloomington and Indiana
Citizens in the Hoosier state volunteer more on the average compared to other states. Learn how community members are making a different.MORE »
April 2009: Volunteerism and Community Services
The nation’s hope may not lie in an economic stimulus package, but in the philanthropy of the American people through volunteerism.MORE »