This week on Noon Edition we spoke to three local guests about living and working as a Muslim in Indiana.
A dance that was supposed to cap the Indy Pride celebration was cancelled and hundreds turned out for a vigil.
Members of Indiana’s Islamic community Tuesday decried the attacks perpetrated by what they say are not Muslims, but criminals and terrorists.
Hundreds of people marched from IU's campus to the Monroe County courthouse on Saturday in a demonstration against “Islamophobia."
This is the first of three services honoring the life of Abdul-Rahman, or Peter, Kassig.
The same video which led to the killing of American Ambassador Christopher Stevens may have led hackers to attack the Brownsburg Schools website.
Hamilton reflects on what the United States must do to be safer.
9/11 has reshaped Indiana culturally both in the daily activities such as transportation and larger issues like the opinion of the Muslim community.
An Indiana University professor organized a panel discussion reflecting on how Muslims have been affected in the 10 years since 9/11.