This week on Noon Edition, we sit down with women who have served in the military to talk about their views on serving in combat roles.
Gun control advocates have pushed for requiring background checks, but gun owners say private sales are protected under the Second Amendment.
The flu season has affected people earlier than normal this year, and the homless often do not have good access to healthcare to combat the illness.
Two pieces of legislation are aimed at getting servicemembers back to work.
IU President Michael McRobbie worries federal budget cuts could put a strain on universities relying on research funding.
StateImpact Indiana reporter Kyle Stokes and Herald Times Editor Bob Zaltzberg speak with McRobbie about education policy and issues affecting the university.
Police are investigating a shooting that occurred this morning at a Newtown, Connecticut elementary school.
Food experts say the composition of Hoosiers' Thanksgiving meals depends on where they and their family grew up.
Indiana residents gathered Saturday on I-69 to celebrate the opening of the road with special events such as antique car shows and face painting booths.
Howard, Clark and Elkhart counties recently joined an initiative aimed at developing sentencing alternatives for juveniles who have committed crimes.