Indiana University is adding more protections for its students, faculty, and staff in an effort to be more inclusive.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation is finalizing the teaching materials that will replace controversial social studies curriculum pulled earlier this year.
This week on Noon Edition, Republican leaders weigh in on the state of the party and what their hopes for the November midterm elections.
June is known as Indiana Limestone Month. And every year, a group of amateur and professional carvers come together to celebrate the state’s famous stone.
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.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is dedicating nearly $660,000 to combat non-native aquatic plants this year through its Lake and River Enhancement program.
A 6-month old dog named Spike helped open the Bloomington Animal Care and Control Center Tuesday after more than a year of construction.
Indiana University leaders want employees and students to know what to do in the event of an active shooter situation.
This week on Noon Edition, our panelists will discuss jail overcrowding and the issues it poses for law enforcement across the state.
Two utility providers in Brown County are preparing to go to court after failing to reach a settlement. They’re battling over who gets to provide utilities to a multi-million dollar development.