On this week’s Noon Edition, we talk to newspaper editors from around the state about the year’s biggest national and local stories.
This week on Noon Edition, we revisit a discussion of the rising popularity of at-home DNA testing.
Join us this week on Noon Edition as we discuss immigration and refugees.
This week on Noon Edition we talk to a panel of guests who are involved in supporting and revitalizing smaller downtown areas.
This week on Noon Edition we discuss the development of theater and film in Bloomington.
Join us this week on Noon Edition as we talk to a panel of veteran journalists about the challenges facing journalists covering the Trump Administration.
This week on Noon Edition we talk to a panel of city leaders and safety professionals about the rollout of two scooter services in Bloomington.
Join us this week on Noon Edition as we talk to a panel of experts about how to deal with antisemitism in today's America.
This week on Noon Edition we talk to a panel of experts about what the future of climate change holds for Hoosiers.
This week on Noon Edition we talk to a panel of Hoosier voters about the upcoming election in November.
This week on Noon Edition we discuss the housing bubble ten years on.
This week on Noon Edition we discuss Indiana's aging water infrastructure and Hoosiers' access to clean water.
On this week's Noon Edition, we discuss the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh in the "MeToo" era.
On this week’s Noon Edition, we examine the current state of affairs in the fight against Alzheimer's Disease.
On this week’s Noon Edition, we discuss the surge in maternal mortality and how it can occur in the richest country in the world.
On this week's Noon Edition, we'll discuss widening income inequality in Indiana and around the country.
We'll discuss the treatment of Shelly Fitzgerald by the Roncalli High School leadership and the implications for school voucher programs in the Hoosier State on this week's Noon Edition.
We'll discuss the Hepatitis A outbreak in Indiana on this week's Noon Edition.
We'll discuss these questions and more as we look at school safety on this week's Noon Edition.
On this week's Noon Edition, we discuss Ernie Pyle's life, legacy, and impact on the Hoosier state and across the country.
We'll discuss the protection of our elections and more on this week's Noon Edition.
This week on Noon Edition we talk about the opioid crisis in Indiana and the City of Bloomington's decision to publish detailed overdose information on a city website.
This week on Noon Edition, we talk about the effect of automation on employment in Indiana and beyond.
This week on Noon Edition we talk about the prevention of foodborne illnesses and what you can do to protect yourself.
This week on Noon Edition, we talk about the construction of I-69. Section 5 from Bloomington to Martinsville has been delayed several times, but officials say they're on track to open in August.
This week on Noon Edition, Democratic leaders weigh in on the state of their party and the results of the state's primary elections held last month.
This week on Noon Edition, Republican leaders weigh in on the state of the party and what their hopes for the November midterm elections.
This week on Noon Edition, our panel talks about the challenges of getting an education while homeless and what resources exist to help students succeed.
This week on Noon Edition, we explore how the states's county jails became so overcrowded and what solutions are being discussed to solve the issue.
This week on Noon Edition: There are more than 29,000 kids in Indiana's child welfare system. How is the state helping these vulnerable kids?
On this week's show, we're joined by four local high school seniors. They'll be here to discuss their accomplishments and future plans.
This week on Noon Edition: A new nationwide survey finds that nearly half of Americans suffer from feelings of loneliness and isolation.
This week on Noon Edition: Indiana's primary election is coming next week with many interesting races to follow at the local and state level.
With more teenagers becoming involved in political activism, how will this translate to the upcoming midterm elections and beyond? This week on Noon Edition.
The Fair Housing Act of 1968 was an ambitious piece of legislation aimed at ending inequality where Americans live. How much has changed in our neighborhoods since the bill’s passing?
This week on Noon Edition, you'll hear highlights from some of our best shows in the past several months for our annual WFIU Spring Fund Drive.
This week on Noon Edition: China is striking back against the Trump administration’s tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum by imposing their own tariffs.
A new report says pollution and climate change are causing severe damage to the world's coral reefs. This could have far-reaching effects on fisheries, food security, and marine wildlife.
Your favorite gardening experts Helen May and Don Adamson are back for WFIU's annual spring gardening show.
This week marks the end of the 2018 Indiana General Assembly legislative session. Bills ranged from the controversial to the historic. This week on Noon Edition, state lawmakers discussed the 2018 legislative session.
Airlines are cracking down on emotional support animals after a passenger attempted to bring a peacock onto a United Airlines flight.
Nearly all mass shootings and Can understanding masculinity help to curb the patterns of violence committed by men?
In the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting in Florida, the nation is once again grappling with the debate over gun control.
The proposal seeks to take give a majority of SNAP recipients half of their benefits in a home-delivered food package.
2017 was one of the most brutal years for the retail industry with record-setting bankruptcies and store closings of roughly 8,000 stores over various chains.
Indiana House lawmakers unanimously passed a resolution pushing for a state legislative committee to study medical marijuana.
House Bill 1005 would mandate townships of with populations less than 1,200 to merge with other townships over the next five years.
At-home DNA tests have grown in popularity, especially over the holiday season. On this episode, we dig into the race, health, and privacy issues of DNA tests.
The year 1968 marked the end of the Civil Rights Movement. 50 years later, we reflect on the events of that significant era.
18 states and 20 cities are starting the new year with higher minimum wages. On this Noon Edition, we discuss the patchwork of minimum wages across the country.