With the passing of the Senate's tax bill, Republicans are now one step closer to the biggest federal tax overhaul in 30 years.
Sexual misconduct allegations have exploded in the public view in recent months. On this episode of Noon Edition, we discuss the recent string of allegations.
It's that time of year again that can stress out even the best of us. How do we manage all the stress that comes with the holidays?
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations or CAFOs are a major part of Indiana's livestock business, but a source of conflict for the people that live near them.
November marks the beginning of Native American Heritage Month. The month is a time to celebrate the rich diversity, traditions and histories of Native people.
Listen to this week's show where our panelists discussed what a new Amazon headquarters could do for the state of Indiana.
Earlier this month, the Boy Scouts of America announced they will soon allow girls to become Cub Scouts and eventually earn the coveted rank of Eagle Scout.
No-till agriculture was thought to help prevent water pollution, but a new IUPUI study says that's not the case.
Artificial intelligence technology is advancing. Some embrace AI while others warn of its potential threats to humanity. This week on Noon Edition.
Fall is finally here which means it's time for WFIU's annual fall gardening show.