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May 12, 2022



Area high school graduates from the Class of 2022 look ahead

Join us this week as we talk with local high school graduates from the class of 2022 about their plans for the future.

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

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May 5, 2022


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Higher property taxes to come for Monroe County homeowners

Join us this week as we talk with local experts on housing and the economy about the rising value of homes in Monroe County, and what it means for residents.


April 29, 2022



Report finds domestic violence calls and severity of incidents increased during pandemic

Join us this week as we talk with service providers and researchers about increased reports of domestic violence in Central Indiana during the pandemic.


April 14, 2022



Monroe County leaders discuss local income tax hike

The tax hike would generate about $18 million in annual revenue for the City of Bloomington, $11.4 million for Monroe County, and $1.4 million for Ellettsville.


April 7, 2022


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The UN Climate Report and outlooks for the Midwest

Join us this week as we talk with guests about the UN Climate Report, what to make of the information, and what it means for Hoosiers.


March 31, 2022



Spring "thyme": Your garden and houseplant questions answered

Join us this week as we talk with guests about tips for getting your garden ready for spring, and how to take care of your houseplants.


March 17, 2022


Indiana reported 9,967 new COVID-19 cases in the last week – nearly a 90 percent decrease from where cases were four weeks ago.

How are businesses adapting to fewer COVID-19 restrictions

Join us this week as we talk with local businesses and economic experts about ways business is adjusting to dropping cases.


March 11, 2022


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During National Developmental Disability Awareness Month, what's next for Stone Belt

Join us this week as we talk with advocates and leaders in Monroe County about progress made for Hoosiers with disabilities, what still needs to be done, and changes coming to Stone Belt.

March 2, 2022


An Indiana teacher gets the COVID-19 vaccine in Elkhart.

Health experts talk next steps in public health response as COVID-19 numbers drop

Join us this week as we talk with guests about declines in COVID-19 numbers and what that could mean for public health response.

February 24, 2022



The state of public education in Indiana, and how it's affecting Hoosier students

Join us this week as we talk with guests how the state of public education in Indiana– following pandemic response and the 2022 legislative session.

February 17, 2022


Town Clock Church New Albany

A look at state and local Black history and culture

Join us this week as we talk with guests about Black history and culture in Indiana and Monroe County.

February 11, 2022


IU students walking on campus

College enrollment is down nationwide. How will schools respond?

Join us this week as we talk with guests about declining college enrollment.

February 3, 2022


Alleged Russian invasion of Ukraine

Tensions build along the Russia-Ukraine border

Currently, about 120,000 Russian troops are along the border and could invade with little notice.

January 28, 2022


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Inflation's effect on Hoosiers and business

Listen in this week as we talk with guests about recent rises in prices and increased demand, and what that means for Hoosiers.

January 19, 2022


The Indiana Statehouse

A look at the 2022 legislative session

Join us this week as we talk with lawmakers and our statehouse reporter about what to expect from the 2022 legislative session.

January 13, 2022


Local residents holding up signs before a rally on homelessness in Bloomington.

As pandemic challenges persist, local organizations' efforts to decrease homelessness continue

Join us Friday to talk about continued efforts to provide housing and prevent homelessness.

January 6, 2022


Indianapolis will join Elkhart, LaGrange and St. Joseph counties in requiring face masks.

A look back at 2021 with regional news editors, and what's to come in 2022

This week, we'll take a look at some of 2021's biggest stories with regional news editors, and look ahead to the next year.

December 17, 2021


Repeat: experts sound Alarm on climate change as severe weather events surge

Join us this week for a repeat of our July show talking with climate change and weather experts about recent extreme weather and climate change.

December 9, 2021


DJ Ottman processes COVID-19 tests in the lab at Indiana University.

Navigating COVID-19 variants this holiday season

The first confirmed case of Omicron was identified in the United States on Dec. 1, but no cases have been confirmed in Indiana.

December 3, 2021



Cryptocurrency rising in public consciousness, how does it affect you?

Join us this week as we talk with guests about cryptocurrency, and its role in the economy.

November 24, 2021


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Former IU AD Fred Glass talks about his new memoir, childhood, and career

Join us this week for a pre-recorded interview with former IU Athletic Director, Fred Glass.

November 19, 2021


residents watch a controlled burn of a house on South High Street last Friday.

How is the city handling clean up of the controlled burn on South High Street?

Join us Friday as we talk with guests about how the city is handling clean up after lead paint was scattered across a Bloomington neighborhood during a fire department training exercise.

November 4, 2021


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Experts discuss COVID-19 vaccines for children

As of Thursday, Hoosiers 5 and older can register for the COVID-19 vaccine at

October 28, 2021


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Bloomington officials discuss 2022 budget

Rather than a $5,000 base pay increase for police officers, the mayor proposed $5,000 in retention bonuses to be paid across five quarters.

October 21, 2021



Trends in religious affiliation, social and political behavior

Join us this week and we talk with our guests about declining numbers of young people identifying as religious, while the number people who claim strong affiliation remains consistent.

October 14, 2021



US Supreme Court to take on cases on abortion rights, 2nd Amendment

Join us Friday as we speak with legal and US Supreme Court experts at IU about the high court's upcoming decisions.

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