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We take you to a school that’s using a truancy court to learn how they can help families get their kids to school. A visit to the forest to see how researchers are working to measure light pollution.

More than 13,000 people attended the inaugural PaoliFest last weekend.

The Indiana Recovery Alliance and the Monroe County Opioid Commission partnered for a presentation Friday on LEAD, a pre-arrest diversion program designed to reduce jail populations.

On August 13, 1918, Opha May Johnson gained national attention when she became the first woman to enlist in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Vigo County officials will meet with a judge every 30 days to discuss overcrowding at the jail.

In a bid to earn coveted International Dark Sky status, Indiana University engineers are putting high tech sensors in the Hoosier National Forest.

The guidance counselor at risk of losing her job at a private religious school because of her same-sex marriage doesn’t want the school to face backlash, but she still hopes to see change.

Last week we answered a question from a listener about how Salt Creek got its name. After we published the answer, we got some new information: the name may have come about a lot earlier than we thought.

Indiana’s unemployment rate rose again in July, the second consecutive month the rate worsened.

For the past two years, the City of Bloomington has worked hard to keep cancer-linked chemicals from disinfectants out of residents’ drinking water. But warmer weather makes this even more difficult.

A student-led campaign to bring a new teen recreation park to Nashville, Indiana is nearly halfway to it's fundraising goal.

We’ll discuss the Hepatitis A outbreak in Indiana on this week’s Noon Edition.

An increasing number of Indiana school districts are turning to truancy courts to address issues with chronic absences. But, the focus isn’t on punishing students.

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