Join us this week for a repeat of our July show talking with climate change and weather experts about recent extreme weather and climate change.
The first confirmed case of Omicron was identified in the United States on Dec. 1, but no cases have been confirmed in Indiana.
Join us this week as we talk with guests about cryptocurrency, and its role in the economy.
Join us this week for a pre-recorded interview with former IU Athletic Director, Fred Glass.
Join us Friday as we talk with guests about how the city is handling clean up after lead paint was scattered across a Bloomington neighborhood during a fire department training exercise.
As of Thursday, Hoosiers 5 and older can register for the COVID-19 vaccine at OurShot.IN.gov.
Rather than a $5,000 base pay increase for police officers, the mayor proposed $5,000 in retention bonuses to be paid across five quarters.
Join us this week and we talk with our guests about declining numbers of young people identifying as religious, while the number people who claim strong affiliation remains consistent.
Join us Friday as we speak with legal and US Supreme Court experts at IU about the high court's upcoming decisions.
This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with guests about the state redistricting process and the influence it will have on Hoosiers’ economic and political futures.
Tune in Friday as we talk with IU professors about conversations in Congress this week about the national debt ceiling.
In addition to being the first crew in space without a trained astronaut, Inspiration4 features the first Black female pilot of a spaceflight and the youngest American citizen to fly in space.
The events are the deadliest terrorist attack in history and destroyed more than $10 billion in property and infrastructure.
The city says benefits include policing, street maintenance, and access to Bloomington Transit. However, some county residents in annexation areas say their property taxes could increase significantly.
In recent weeks, more than 95,000 people have been evacuated, including 4,500 U.S citizens. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said more than 1,500 U.S. citizens remain in the country.
The State of Indiana reports breakthrough cases on a weekly basis. As of yesterday, more than 3,000,000 Hoosiers are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and just under 10,000 of them experienced a breakthrough case. Less than 0.009 percent of them were hospitalized.
Counties are subject to the moratorium depending on CDC metrics reported daily. Monroe County is labeled a high level of community transmission.
Join us this week as we talk with guests about critical race theory and why it's been a topic of statewide and national discussion in recent months.
Join us this week as we talk with climate change and weather experts about recent extreme weather and climate change.
Join us this week as we talk with an educator, local school official, and education reporter about what comes next for Indiana schools after test results were released this month.
Join us this week as we talk about political experts and researchers about Indiana's 2011 redistricting, and what to expect from lines drawn by own lawmakers this fall.
Join us this week as we talk with wildlife experts about the mysterious illness infecting birds across Indiana and several other states.
Join us this week as we talk with public health experts and local health officials about COVID spread in the community and what threat variants could pose to keeping case rates low.
Join us this week as we talk with Sports Illustrated Executive Editor Jon Wertheim and IU Media School's Galen Clavio about the shifting culture in sports business and media.
Join us this week as we talk with people working in hospitality and local economic experts about what summer in Bloomington will look like.
Join us this week as we talk with experts on civil rights and the law about the Supreme Court of the United State's upcoming June decisions.
Join us this week as we talk with Indiana politician Jill Long Thompson and political experts about ethics and the future of democracy.
Join us this week at we talk with city officials about the multiplex amendment and discuss how it will affect residents.
Restaurants that survived the pandemic now face another, unexpected challenge: finding enough workers to fully reopen.
Join us this week as we talk with graduating high school seniors about their goals, plans for the future, and what it's like to finish school during a pandemic.
Join us as we talk with experts about the emergence of Brood X cicadas, which have been underground since 2004.
Join us this week as we talk with lawmakers about the 2021 legislative session.
Join us this week as we talk with political and public affairs experts about the Biden administration's first 100 days in office.
Join us this week as we talk with public health experts and healthcare workers about the effects of pausing use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine.
Join us this week as we talk with the Bloomington mayor, a local shelter leader, and policy expert about what needs to be done to improve housing availability for vulnerable people in the community.
Join us this week as we talk about the 7-Line, a protected bike lane set for construction in May. We'll also talk about potential changes to bus routes.
Join us this week as we talk about student learning loss during the pandemic and how it's being addressed.
Join us this week as we discuss what declining COVID case rates indicate and where we are in vaccine distribution.
Join us this week as we talk with scientists about the Perseverance rover and what we will discover about life on Mars from its exploration.
Join us this week as we talk about increases in drug overdoses during the pandemic and what action the state is taking.
Join us this week as we talk with school finance and education experts about bills addressing education this legislative session.
Join us this week as we talk about the prevalence of misinformation and how it affects us.
Join us this week as we talk about plans to redevelop the IU Bloomington Hospital site on Second and Rogers.
Join us this week as we talk with representatives about what we can expect from the 2021 legislative session.
This week, on Noon Edition, we’ll talk about the significance of this event and what it means for American politics.
Join us this week as we talk about the pro-Trump mob that stormed Capitol Hill as Congress met to confirm President-elect Joe Biden's victory.