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December 17, 2020

How Can Bloomington Keep People Without Homes Safe Amid COVID-19?

Join us this week as we talk about city response to encampments in public parks and local government's responsibility to keep people experiencing homelessness safe amid a pandemic.

December 10, 2020

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Two Federal Death Penalties Scheduled This Week In Terre Haute. Three More Could Take Place Before Jan. 20

Join us this week as we talk about federal death penalties that have been carried out this year and those scheduled to take place before the president-elect is sworn in.

December 3, 2020


With Promising COVID-19 Vaccine Results, How Are Health Systems Preparing For First Shipments?

Join us this week as we talk with health officials and experts about COVID-19 vaccine developments.

November 25, 2020

Kirkwood Ave. near IU's campus is devoid of cars one day before Gov. Eric Holcomb's coronavirus Stay-At-Home order will take effect.

Local Nonprofit And Business Leaders Concerned About Increased COVID-19 Cases Going Into Winter

Join us this week for a prerecorded show as we talk with community leaders in the nonprofit and business sectors about how COVID-19 is affecting the economy heading into the winter months.

November 17, 2020


COVID-19 Positivity Rates And Hospitalizations Climb, State Moves Back From "Stage 5" In Reopening

Join us this week as we talk about updates to Indiana's COVID-19 status and response.

November 11, 2020

The Indiana Statehouse

What Does A Supermajority In Indiana Mean For State Policy?

Join us this week as we talk about Indiana's Republican supermajority in both the House and Senate, which has existed since 2012 and was guaranteed for another two years after elections last week.

November 4, 2020


Election Review: Following Results

Join us this week as we talk about following incoming national election results.

October 28, 2020


What Do Statewide COVID-19 Increases Mean For Monroe County?

Join us this week as we talk about local response to COVID-19 increases in the state.

October 22, 2020


Election Preview: Polls, Early Voting, And Election Day

Join us this week as we discuss what to expect in the weeks leading up to Election Day.

October 15, 2020

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How Will Summer And Fall Festival Cancellations Affect Southern Indiana?

Join us this week as we talk about how festivals have canceled or adapted because of the pandemic and how this will affect southern Indiana.

October 8, 2020

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Evolving School Plans With COVID-19

Join us this week as we talk about how schools are adapting to COVID-19.

October 1, 2020


Notre Dame Law Professor Nominated To Supreme Court, Indiana Moves To Final Stage Of Reopening

Today we'll talk about President Donald Trump's announcement to nominate judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. We'll close the hour with an IU Health doctor, discussing how to prevent spread of COVID-19 as the state reopens.

September 25, 2020

Bloomington Courthouse

The Best Of Noon Edition Fund Drive Show 2020

The fall fund drive continues and we’ll be bringing you the best of Noon Edition from the last six months.

September 17, 2020


IU Athletics Prepares For Changes To Name, Image, Likeness Rules In College Sports

Join us this week to talk about how IU Athletics is preparing for new rules that allow college athletes to profit from third-party deals.

September 9, 2020

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Indiana COVID-19 Cases Surpass 100,000, Monroe County Sees An Uptick

Join us this week as we discuss COVID-19 positivity rates locally and statewide.

September 3, 2020


COVID-19 Creates Lasting Changes In Work Culture

Join us this week as we talk about how COVID-19 has changed work life.

August 27, 2020

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City Officials Talk Last Week's 2021 City Budget Hearings

Join us this week as we discuss the 2021 city budget and initial hearings.

August 20, 2020


Moratorium On Eviction Ends, Indiana Sees Increase In Hoosiers Applying For Assistance

This week we're talking about the potential rise in evictions as financial struggles of the pandemic continue and the moratorium on evictions ends.

August 14, 2020


Experts Talk About Approaching Presidential Election

Join us this week as we talk about increased mail-in ballots and what options you have in Indiana.

August 6, 2020


Indiana University Bloomington Student Move-In Starts Next Week, Precautions In Place

Join us this week as we talk about IU Bloomington move-in plans and precautions for the fall semester.

July 30, 2020


COVID-19 Positivity Rates And Hospitalizations Up

Join us this week as we talk with health experts county officials about Indiana's efforts to prevent spread of COVID-19.

July 23, 2020


After 17 Year Pause, Three Federal Executions Carried Out In Terre Haute, Another Scheduled In August

Join is this week as we discuss the significance of the three federal executions that took place last week at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute.

July 17, 2020

MCCSC Plans For The 2020-2021 Academic Year

Join us this week on Noon Edition as we talk with educators and MCCSC officials about plans for the 2020-2021 school year.

July 10, 2020


New Documentary 'Athlete A' Follows IndyStar's Coverage Of USA Gymnastics

Join us this week as we talk with the IndyStar's investigative team about their work breaking the story on USA Gymnastics mishandling of sexual abuse cases, and the new documentary out on Netflix which follows their coverage.

July 2, 2020

Repeat: November Show On Climate Change

Join us at noon as we revisit our November show hosted with a live audience. Recently, this show won a first-place prize for audience engagement from the Public Media Journalists Association.

June 25, 2020

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Local Plans To Prevent Spread Of COVID-19

Join us this week as we talk with local leaders and health experts about local plans to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

June 18, 2020

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Members Of MCCSC Reentry Committee Talk Plans For School This Fall

This week on Noon Edition, we’re talking about plans for the 2020 academic year for MCCSC and what’s being taken into consideration for the fall. 

June 11, 2020

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Long Term Care Facilities And The Toll Of COVID-19

Join us this week as we talk about how COVID-19 has affected the way advocates and caregivers provide services and interact with residents.

June 4, 2020


Amid Nationwide Unrest, Discussing How Bloomington Addresses Racial Injustice

Join us this week as we talk about recent protests and demonstrations and how to prevent further violence against the black community.

May 28, 2020


Next Steps In Responding To COVID-19 In Monroe Co.

Join us this week as we speak with community leaders about the next steps for Monroe County in responding to COVID-19.

May 22, 2020


High School Seniors Talk Plans For Life After Graduation And Finishing School During COVID-19

Join us this week as we talk to recent high school graduates about their plans and graduating in the time of COVID-19.

May 14, 2020


Despite High Demand For Information, News Industry Struggles During Pandemic

Join us this week as we talk about recent layoffs, furloughs, and cut pay for employees in the news industry.

May 6, 2020

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Advocates Worry Domestic Abuse Will Go Under Reported During Pandemic

Join us this week as we talk about concerns of domestic violence during quarantine.

May 3, 2020

Monroe Co

As State Eases 'Stay-At-Home' Order, Monroe County At Home For Two More Weeks

Join us Monday as we discuss Gov. Holcomb's plans to reopen Indiana businesses and Monroe County's extended Emergency Health Declaration.

April 30, 2020


Reopening Indiana's Economy: How And When Do It

Join us this week as we discuss the possibility of Gov. Holcomb easing restrictions on "stay-at-home" order as it ends May 1.

April 23, 2020


What's It Like To Work In Medicine During A Pandemic?

Join us this week as we talk about what it looks like to work in medicine during COVID-19.

April 16, 2020


How COVID-19 Is Affecting The Local Economy

Join us this week as we talk about local efforts to mitigate harm COVID-19 will have to the economy.

April 8, 2020

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Update: How Hospitals Are Preparing For Influx Of COVID-19 Cases

Join us this week as we talk about what hospitals are doing to prepare to treat COVID-19 patients as numbers rise throughout the state.

April 2, 2020

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How To Adjust To Uncertainties COVID-19 Brings

Join us this week as we discuss how to cope with the stresses COVID-19 brings to day-to day life and planning for the future.

March 24, 2020

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Local Response To The Novel Coronavirus

Join us this week as we discuss local government efforts to adjust to pressures the novel coronavirus has put on the community.

March 19, 2020

IU Bloomington Hospital

How Are Hospitals Preparing To Treat Increasing Cases Of Coronavirus?

Join us this week as we given an update on the coronavirus in Indiana and what our health systems are doing to slow its spread.

March 11, 2020


Update On The Coronavirus In Indiana

Join us this week for an update on the coronavirus in the state and what Hoosiers can expect in the coming weeks.

March 5, 2020


Local Leaders Talk Potential Sustainability Tax

Join us this week as we discuss a possible local income tax to create a Sustainability Investment Fund.

February 26, 2020


Awareness Of Women's Health Needs As They Age

Join us this week as we talk about awareness of women's health needs as they age.

February 20, 2020

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Federal Reserve Report: U.S. Credit Card Debt At An All-Time High

Join us this week as we talk about credit debt why Americans are having trouble paying it back on time.

February 13, 2020

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Realistic In Love: Younger Generations Delay Marriage, Online Dating Is Up

Join us this week as we talk about modern trends in romantic commitment.

February 6, 2020

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Indiana Could Soon Pass A Hands-Free Driving Law

Join us this week as we talk about legislation that could make it illegal to hold a cell phone and drive.

January 29, 2020

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Coronavirus In Indiana: Where The Virus Is Now And How To Prevent Its Spread

Join us this week as we discuss the Coronavirus and how it's affecting dynamics on a global and local scale.

January 23, 2020

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Bloomington Transit Considers Changes To Bus Routes

Join us this week as we discuss coming changes to bus routes in Bloomington and the city's transportation needs.

January 16, 2020


IU Experts Talk About Recent Events Between The U.S. And Iran

Join us this week as we discuss recent events between the U.S. and Iran following the killing of a high ranking Iranian military leader in a U.S. drone strike at Baghdad’s international airport.

January 7, 2020

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Bloomington's New City Council Members Talk About The Coming Year

Join us this week as we talk with Bloomington's four new city council members about their goals for 2020.

January 2, 2020


2019 Legislative Session Review

Join us this week as we review the 2019 Legislative Session and look ahead to 2020.

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