This week on Noon Edition we spoke to three local guests about living and working as a Muslim in Indiana.
The variety of Buddhist centers in Indiana shows how different practitioners can be. Some see it as a religion, while others see it as more of a philosophy.
Bill Levin capitalized on RFRA when he opened the First Church of Cannabis. Now, he's suing the state for the right to smoke cannabis as a sacrament.
Members of Indiana’s Islamic community Tuesday decried the attacks perpetrated by what they say are not Muslims, but criminals and terrorists.
A Harrison County employee alleges she was fired after she refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses because of her religious beliefs.
How the Religious Freedom Restoration Act is dividing Hoosiers, a Syrian family’s journey to escape war and resettle in Indiana and this week's top headlines.
Gov. Mike Pence announced changes at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles this week while applications poured in for the state's expansion of the Healthy Indiana Plan.
The bill says organizations with a religious background that have contracts with state or local governments can make hiring decisions based on religion.
The conference aims to explore how Catholic teachings can be more inclusive of the LGBT community.
The Department of Corrections is agreeing to allow a chaplain to oversee Native American religious ceremonies after the ACLU says they were banned in June.