A nonprofit for Indiana veterans is being sued for defamation and unfair competition, among other allegations.
This week on Noon Edition, Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight and Washington Mayor Joe Wellman explain how their cities are recovering from Sunday's tornadoes.
This week on Noon Edition you can get involved in a discussion about Thanksgiving food. Share some of your favorite recipes with us on the program.
Allergists across the country are resisting the conventional wisdom that kids should steer clear of microbes thought to induce allergies.
Indiana University cyber security expert Fred Cate recommends the National Security Agency be split into two as a way to avoid conflicts of interest.
Twenty-one Indiana state parks are temporarily closing for deer hunting. During this time the parks will only be open to licensed hunters.
Today on Noon Edition, we'll talk with educators and experts on Zinn's work about the importance of academic freedom.
A piece of land north of Martinsville that could have been developed is open to the public as a nature preserve.
Starting in mid-November a parking app called Parkmobile will allow users to pay Bloomington parking meters using their smart phones.
Franciscan Alliance is laying off 275 workers at hospitals and health facilities around the state.