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International student enrollment is declining. A new program at Purdue University is helping young scientists launch their own experiments. Plus, Indiana scientists are working on innovative ways to diagnose prostate cancer.

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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.

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There are only a handful of locations east of the Mississippi that qualify for Dark Sky Designation. Sections of the Hoosier National Forest might just qualify as one of those places.

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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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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.

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A week ago, the city’s Board of Zoning Appeals debated for nearly five hours on whether a special permit could be given to greenlight the detox center.

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The former site of the Tropicana Evansville casino boat will become the dock site of the LST 325 troop landing ship.

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Tia Coleman, speaking through tears during a news conference in her Indianapolis home, urged people to sign an online petition calling on federal officials to ban the boats.

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Public health and public safety leaders gathered in Carmel to find ways to collaborate to address the opioid epidemic in Hoosier communities.

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Purdue University President Mitch Daniels confirms the school has reached an agreement to return a gift made by Papa John’s Pizza founder John Schnatter.

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Gun violence is now recognized as a public health issue in Indianapolis, after the City County Council passed a non-binding resolution Monday. 

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Activist and blues musician Daryl Davis shared his personal story with combating racism as an African American man during a community conversation in Bloomington Monday night.

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According to Indiana University Bloomington officials, this year’s freshman class is the largest ever and includes students from 44 states and all 92 Indiana counties.

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Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) will meet Wednesday with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Donnelly says he feels prepared for the meeting – even as other Democrats criticize the GOP for a lack of transparency.

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