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July 10, 2024



Experts discuss 2024 Supreme Court rulings

This week we talk with legal experts about the 2024 Supreme Court's rulings.

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Noon Edition airs Friday at 12:06 p.m. on WFIU 1.

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Our guests discuss the potential for an MLA stadium in Indianapolis.


June 27, 2024


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We’ll talk with guests about the Tuesday storm, community response, and resources available to those affected.


June 20, 2024



Landscape of reproductive care two years after Dobbs v. Jackson

We'll talk with guests this week about access to reproductive care and services, two years after the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.


June 13, 2024



City officials discuss housing needs and the Sudbury Development

This week on Noon Edition, we'll talk about the Sudbury Development coming to Bloomington's southwest side.


June 6, 2024


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Bloomington's fifth annual Granfalloon Festival and the legacy of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.

Bloomington kicked its fifth annual Granfalloon Festival last month. This week, we'll talk with performers and researchers in town for the festival.


May 30, 2024


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In a rural state, what are the outcomes for girls?

This week, we'll talk with educators, mentors, and researchers about gender disparities for girls in Indiana.


May 15, 2024



Common courtesies and social norms today, and ways they're changing

This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with guests about common courtesies and social expectations, and the ways these have changed in recent years with influences like social media, technology, and COVID.

May 14, 2024



How to send questions in to Noon Edition

For our weekly radio news show you can call-in with your questions, send an email, or record yourself and send it in.

May 9, 2024


The Indiana Statehouse

Local news matters: Indiana journalism investigations that had direct community, policy impacts in 2023

This week we'll talk with two investigative journalists in Indiana about their work exposing oversights at Indianapolis bars and in seclusion and restraint of students in school.

April 30, 2024


High school seniors talk about uncertain futures

Some will continue on to higher learning at two- or four-year colleges, some will enter trade schools and some will go into the workforce.

April 25, 2024


IU encampment

Campus protests and the first amendment

This week on Noon Edition, we will talk with experts about national protests on university campuses.

April 17, 2024


A small group of protesters with the Green Feather Movement and other campus organizations rallied outside of the IU Auditorium before the faculty vote April 17, 2024.

Higher education and IU's no confidence vote

This Friday on Noon Edition, we will talk with experts about the significance of a no confidence vote and the future of higher education.

April 9, 2024


The Dimension Mill on North Madison Street.

Looking at the winners of this year’s Spring Crossroads Pitch Competition 

Join host Bob Zaltsberg as he talks with some of the winners and the host of this Spring’s Crossroads Pitch Competition.  

April 2, 2024



The solar eclipse is almost here

Join host Bob Zaltsberg as he talks with experts about everything you need to know to prepare for this historic occasion.

March 26, 2024


college choice

Indiana is having fewer students attend college 

Join host Bob Zaltsberg as he will talk with guests about why fewer Hoosiers are choosing to go to college. 

March 19, 2024


A photo of the side of the WFIU/WTIU news car.

2024 Spring Fund Drive

Tune in this Friday, as we take a look back at some of the best clips from shows over the past few months.

March 12, 2024



Gardening season is underway

Join hosts Bob Zaltsberg and Sara Wittmeyer as they answer all your questions about gardening from our annual gardening show March 1.

March 5, 2024



What the Childs Templeton merger could mean for students, faculty, and parents

Join host Bob Zaltsberg, as he speaks with guests about the merger and its impacts.

February 27, 2024



Gardening season is approaching

Join host Bob Zaltsberg as he talks with gardening experts about the best ways to start and manage your garden all season long.  

February 20, 2024


The Indiana Statehouse

A bill banning dog sales at pet stores approved by Senate 

Join host Bob Zaltsberg this Friday, as he will speak with experts about HB 1412 and what it will mean for pet store owners. 

February 13, 2024


The Dimension Mill on North Madison Street.

Bloomington’s business scene on full display 

Join host Bob Zaltsberg speak with experts about the Crossroads competition and Bloomington’s entrepreneur scene.

February 6, 2024


The Indiana Statehouse.

Indiana lawmakers discussing bill on student literacy

Join host Bob Zaltsberg as he talks with experts about Indiana’s literacy issues and the proposed legislation.

January 30, 2024


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Legislature proposing bills on wetlands protection

Join host Bob Zaltsberg talk with experts about the proposed bills and Indiana’s wetlands.

January 23, 2024


Many challenges ahead for Bloomington’s new mayor 

Join us this Friday, as we speak with Mayor Thomson about the city's projects and everything else she has planned for the upcoming year.

January 16, 2024


City of Bloomington logo inside City Hall Council Chambers

New city council members prepare for the year ahead 

Join us this Friday, as we will speak with newly elected council members about their first term and what they have planned for the upcoming year. 

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