This week on Noon Edition, we're taking a look back at the top Indiana news stories of 2012.
This week on Noon Edition, we're taking a look back at some of the best shows of 2012.
This week on Noon Edition, we'll talk about how federal spending cuts and tax increases could affect Indiana.
We’ll talk with birth and infant development experts about research that says babies’ brains undergo important development in the last weeks of pregnancy.
This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with the creators of the Bloomington Fading project.
This week on Noon Edition, we'll talk with economic and business experts
This week on Noon Edition, share your favorite family recipes and ask our culinary experts for tips on making holiday meals a success.
This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with education experts about what Ritz’s win might mean for Indiana schools.
This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with legal and health experts about the impact of the ruling in Indiana and in other states.
This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk about the most recent developments with I-69.
This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk about the causes and effects of obesity and how Hoosiers can fight back.
We’re taking Noon Edition on the road this week as part of our continuing series "A Walk Behind the Wire: Women in Indiana's Prisons."
We’ll talk with elections officials and political analysts about voter turnout for the Presidential election and its impact on Indiana's Senate race.
This week on Noon Edition, we'll hear from proponents and opponents of legalizing the sale of unpasteurized milk in Indiana.
The enrollment deadline for Indiana's voucher program is this Friday. We'll talk with education experts about the impact of Indiana's sweeping voucher program.
Indiana’s drought hit home for many this spring and summer, causing farmers around the state to lose crops and county governments to restrict water use.
On this week's Noon Edition, we'll take your calls, questions, and comments about how to handle tricky rental situations.
We'll check in with local housing experts about the state of affordable housing in Bloomington.
We'll talk with parents and school administrators about adjusting to new schedules, the MCCSC's extended day, and the debate over the balanced school calendar.
On this week’s show, we’ll check in with state and county fair representatives and talk with them about how new stage regulations are being implemented.
This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with some of the coaches of Hoosier Olympians and some former Olympians.
On this week’s Noon Edition, we’ll talk with our panelists about whether Indiana’s policy deters voters or whether it prevents fraud.
Department of Child Services representatives say the agency will start several new programs to help kids in the child protective services system.
Indiana is enduring a long dry spell this summer, and on this week's Noon Edition, we'll talk about how the low rainfall is impacting your plants.
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Indiana is one of the region's worst polluters. Where is it safe to fish and swim?
IU Professor and Nobel Prize recipient Elinor Ostrom died Tuesday. This week on Noon Edition, we'll talk about her legacy with those who knew her best.
This week on Noon Edition, we'll sit down with area high school seniors to talk about their time growing up in Indiana as well as their plans for the future.
The medical amnesty law intended to will be implemented July 1.
Bullying has been in the news as school draws to a close
President Obama announced his support of gay marriage last week, and marriage laws have been in the news. This week we'll discuss perspectives on Indiana's law.
Growers say this could be a good produce year. We’ll talk with our panelists about how they’ll make sure that bounty of farm products make it onto your table.
The IHSAA is holding town hall meetings around the state on whether high school basketball should return to the pre-1997 single class system.
? States around the country passed their own immigration laws in the past 2 years...
A recent report from the Center for Disease Control says nearly 1 in 88 children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
Gardening experts will tell our listeners how to tend to their gardens this spring.
We'll talk with IU Athletic Director Fred Glass this week on Noon Edition.
Indiana is one of 26 states contending that the Obama administration's health care law is unconstitutional.
IU President Michael McRobbie will join us for Noon Edition this week
Communities around Southern Indiana are cleaning up after tornadoes hit many towns on March 2.
Women's flat track derby is a growing sport in the U.S. Monroe County's Bleeding Heartland Rollergirls join us to talk about their team and the game.
Senate Bill 1 outlines when a person can resist police from entering his or her home without a warrant.
Local groups have spoken out against Super-PACs and as campaigns heat up, the groups are having bigger impacts on elections.
The state of Indiana will not have to comply with certain No Child Left Behind requirements after receiving a waiver from the U.S. Department of Education.
A new federal law mandates that health care insurers must cover contraceptives for women free of charge.
Cities around the state are trying to attract tourists that are coming in for the Super Bowl.
After nearly a year of preparation, the Arts Alliance Of Greater Bloomington is getting started and is setting its short and long-term goals.
Union members and advocates for right to work discuss the potential impacts of the legislation on Indiana.
Join us Friday to talk about the major issues in South Central Indiana Schools.