With Hanukkah beginning this week, and Christmas and Kwanzaa just around the corner, it’s a time of diverse holiday celebrations.
A study released by the Girl Scout Research Institute examines national statistics to gauge girls' health and well-being in the United States.
As advancements are made in prevention and treatment, an HIV diagnosis is no longer the death sentence it once was.
Leaders of local food banks, food pantries and homeless shelter discuss how they're preparing for the holiday season.
Businesses must keep up with the demand and competition during the shopping period over Thanksgiving weekend.
The Affordable Care Act's annual open enrollment period begins Saturday, and, this year, Indiana is doubling its insurance providers.
Brain injuries are an "invisible" disease treated by many professionals in southern Indiana.
Education has become the dominant issue in the upcoming midterm election.
Same-sex marriage is now legal in Indiana, after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the state's appeal of an earlier court ruling.
Indiana University Kelley School of Business students are trying to help small businesses find loans to expand their businesses.
Several high profile instances of domestic violence have been committed recently, and this week, we discuss the state's efforts to combat this issue.
President McRobbie joins us to talk about the new Global Studies School and Media School, among other topics.
The number of craft breweries throughout Indiana has been steadily increasing over the past decade.
Various factors influence people to donate to charitable organizations.
In light of the protests in Ferguson, Mo., communities across the country are talking about police brutality and race relations.
A recent Chamber of Commerce report claims Indiana will face serious water resource challenges if state officials don't correct issues now.
Governor Mike Pence has announced that Indiana will not adhere to the federal guidelines outlined in the decade-old Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA).
Professionals from a rehabilitation clinic, hospital emergency room and law enforcement discuss heroin and its crippling effects on users.
Five counties were selected to participate in Indiana's pre-K pilot program aimed at preparing low-income Indiana children for success in school.
Recent legislation and advancements in helmet technology are striving to protect high school football players against concussions.
A study by the BMO Harris Bank shows Indiana parents have saved a third of the funds as the rest of the country for family financial emergencies.
Earth Eats' Annie Corrigan hosts this special Fourth of July summer food segment.
Miss Indiana captured national attention with her "normal" body size at the Miss USA competition, sparking this body image discussion.
While baseball has been dubbed "America's Pastime," more and more Americans have become soccer fans.
A study has been cited to argue the necessity of controlling the deer population at the Griffy Nature Preserve, but some are trying to save the animals.
President Obama has proposed EPA regulations to cut carbon dioxide emissions by 30 percent by 2030 compared with 2005 levels.
Several laws passed in the last legislative session aim to help veterans in Indiana.
Memorial Day, the Indy 500 and warm weather are all scheduled for this weekend. So this week on Noon Edition, we're talking about summer in Indiana.
Governor Mike Pence has revealed a proposal to expand the Healthy Indiana Plan as an alternative to Medicaid expansion.
What is the outlook for college graduates in 2014? Our round-table discussion will include students from different universities across Indiana.
IU Athletic Director Fred Glass will appear on Noon Edition on Friday at 12 p.m.
We'll talk with allergy specialists about why we suffer from these and how season allergies change over time.
The state legislature passed a bill this session that would grant a tax credit to families that adopt in Indiana.
Now that springtime has arrived your garden needs attention, and our gardening experts will answer all of your questions.
On this week's Noon Edition we'll discuss the wage gap between men and women and how women in Indiana can try to avoid it.
Governor Pence signed legislation this week removing Indiana from the Common Core, meaning standards for Indiana students will change this coming school year.
Pet advocates say spaying and neutering animals helps prevent euthanasia, and this week we'll discuss access to these services in rural areas.
More than six months has passed since parking meters were installed in Downtown Bloomington, and this week we follow up with the public and local businesses.
17% of children in the United States are considered obese, and on this week's show we look at how we can stop this problem in Indiana.
Politicians are using social media more and its changing how we interact with our representatives and view campaigns.
On this week's show we will discuss if getting a tax return is good or bad for your finances.
For Valentine's Day we look at the psychology, anthropology and science behind love and dating.
This week on Noon Edition we talk about how all of the snow days this winter are affecting learning and test preparation for students.
New research from Purdue defines what a rural community is, and this week on Noon Edition we will talk about the challenges facing small towns in Indiana.
The proposed ban on same sex marriage in Indiana was passed through committee this week and is heading to the House floor for a vote.
The General Assembly is proposing a Pre-K voucher system, and this week we'll talk about what this program could look like.
Two IU online degree programs were ranked as the best by U.S. News and World Report, so this week we'll look at what makes a top notch online program.