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This week on Noon Edition, news editors from across the state will join us to discuss the biggest stories in Indiana in 2016.
We’ll talk to editors from the Indy Star and the Terre Haute Star-Tribune about what issues were most important to their communities this year.
Join hosts Bob Zaltsberg and Sara Wittmeyer as they discuss what stories might be on your front page in 2017
Here are some of the top stories picked by our editors:
Feds nab Vigo school official, sheriff’s deputy in VCSC probe (Tribune-Star)
A blind eye to sex abuse: How USA Gymnastics failed to report cases (Indy Star)
White nationalist group seeks to form separate community in Paoli (Herald-Times)
Finding the Fix: Heroin’s Hold on the Heartland (Indiana Public Media)
What were your top stories of 2016? Answer our survey here.
This week’s episode is pre-recorded.
Max Jones, Editor, Terre Hatue Tribute-Star
Alvie Lindsay, News Director, Indianapolis Star