This week on Noon Edition we'll look at school safety.
Schools are in the process of adopting policies stipulating how they'll use state-provided metal detectors.
Guidance from a state school board organization says districts should only use the metal detectors when there's reasonable suspicion or for an administrative search.
For the fifth year, Purdue veterinarian students have partnered with the Indiana State Fair. On a peak day, there are more than 1,000 animals at the Indiana State Fair.
More than 500 people have emailed the university about its decision to support Papa John's founder John Schnatter amid controversy over his use of a racial slur.
Indiana University's spokesperson says there are no cases of Hepatitis A on the Bloomington campus.
This year, all sixth and 12th graders are required to have a Hepatitis A vaccination on the books before coming to school. It’s a new requirement from the state in response to an outbreak of Hepatitis A.
A federal judge has ordered an Indiana school district to allow a transgender student to use male bathrooms.
The changes that will be in place when classes begin Aug. 13 are part of a push to hold onto current students and lure others to return to the struggling school district.
The addition of resource officers is one of several changes the school district is making to increase security.