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September 5, 2012


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Preventing Concussions

This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with medical professionals and athletic trainers about how a new Indiana concussion law is being implemented.

July 25, 2012


London 2012

Hoosiers at the Olympics

This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with some of the coaches of Hoosier Olympians and some former Olympians.

July 20, 2012


In 2008, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld an Indiana law requiring voters to show government-issued photo IDâs at the polls, and other states are now following Indiana's lead.

Indiana’s Voter Photo ID Law

We’ll talk with our panelists about whether Indiana’s policy deters voters or whether it prevents fraud.

July 11, 2012


The Pantheon theatre in Vincennes is one of the landmarks named to the list of ten most endangered historic sites in Indiana.

Preserving Indiana’s Historic Landmarks

This week, we'll talk with history and archaeology experts about efforts to preserve historic sites around Indiana.

July 6, 2012



The Drought and Your Plants

Much of Indiana has been in a drought since May, and on this week's Noon Edition, we'll talk about how the low rainfall is impacting your plants.

May 23, 2012


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The Causes and Consequences Of Bullying

Indiana school and nonprofit officials explain what they're doing to prevent bullying and the challenges they face.

May 4, 2012



Indiana’s Debate Over Single Class Basketball

The IHSAA is holding town hall meetings around the state on whether high school basketball should return to the pre-1997 single class system.

April 27, 2012


New state immigration laws are being challenged in federal court

Indiana’s Immigration Law

Indiana's law has been called a "copycat" of Arizona's controversial anti-immigration legislation.

April 20, 2012



New Research Provides Insights Into Autism

A recent report from the Center for Disease Control says nearly 1 in 88 children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.

March 30, 2012


The U.S. Supreme court debated the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act this week focusing on whether the government can require individuals to have health insurance.

Indiana’s Challenge to the Federal Health Care Act

Indiana is one of 26 states contending that the Obama administration's health care law is unconstitutional.

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