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June 10, 2021



SCOTUS's June Decisions To Include Significant Rulings On Civil Rights

Join us this week as we talk with experts on civil rights and the law about the Supreme Court of the United State's upcoming June decisions.

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

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June 3, 2021



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Join us this week as we talk with Indiana politician Jill Long Thompson and political experts about ethics and the future of democracy.


May 27, 2021



UDO Multiplex Amendment And What It Means Moving Forward

Join us this week at we talk with city officials about the multiplex amendment and discuss how it will affect residents.


May 21, 2021


Restaurants Are Struggling To Find Workers, But Is There Really A Shortage?

Restaurants that survived the pandemic now face another, unexpected challenge: finding enough workers to fully reopen.  


May 12, 2021


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High School Seniors Talk About Plans After Graduation

Join us this week as we talk with graduating high school seniors about their goals, plans for the future, and what it's like to finish school during a pandemic.


May 4, 2021


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Brood X Cicadas To Emerge This Spring

Join us as we talk with experts about the emergence of Brood X cicadas, which have been underground since 2004.


April 29, 2021


2021 Legislative Review

Join us this week as we talk with lawmakers about the 2021 legislative session.


April 22, 2021


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A Look At Biden's First 100 Days In Office

Join us this week as we talk with political and public affairs experts about the Biden administration's first 100 days in office.

April 15, 2021



Combating Vaccine Hesitancy As J&J Administration Put On Hold

Join us this week as we talk with public health experts and healthcare workers about the effects of pausing use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine.

April 8, 2021



What Action Is The City Taking To Improve Housing Options For People Experiencing Homelessness?

Join us this week as we talk with the Bloomington mayor, a local shelter leader, and policy expert about what needs to be done to improve housing availability for vulnerable people in the community.

April 1, 2021


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Plans For Transit In Bloomington: Protected Bike Lanes And Bus Route Changes

Join us this week as we talk about the 7-Line, a protected bike lane set for construction in May. We'll also talk about potential changes to bus routes.

March 17, 2021



Addressing Learning Loss During The Pandemic

Join us this week as we talk about student learning loss during the pandemic and how it's being addressed.

March 10, 2021



Update: Vaccination Plans And Local Progress Fighting COVID Spread

Join us this week as we discuss what declining COVID case rates indicate and where we are in vaccine distribution.

March 3, 2021



Perseverance Rover Lands On Mars

Join us this week as we talk with scientists about the Perseverance rover and what we will discover about life on Mars from its exploration.

February 24, 2021



Drug Overdoses Increase Nation And Statewide During Pandemic

Join us this week as we talk about increases in drug overdoses during the pandemic and what action the state is taking.

February 17, 2021


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Education Legislation To Follow During The 2021 Session

Join us this week as we talk with school finance and education experts about bills addressing education this legislative session.

February 3, 2021



Combating Public Distrust And The Spread Of Misinformation

Join us this week as we talk about the prevalence of misinformation and how it affects us.

January 28, 2021


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What Will Redevelopment Of The IU Health Hospital Site Mean For Downtown Bloomington?

Join us this week as we talk about plans to redevelop the IU Bloomington Hospital site on Second and Rogers.

January 21, 2021


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2021 Legislative Session Amid The COVID-19 Pandemic

Join us this week as we talk with representatives about what we can expect from the 2021 legislative session.

January 15, 2021


Trump Impeached A Second Time

This week, on Noon Edition, we’ll talk about the significance of this event and what it means for American politics.

January 7, 2021


Pro-Trump Mob Breaches Capitol Hill, Biden Confirmed Thursday

Join us this week as we talk about the pro-Trump mob that stormed Capitol Hill as Congress met to confirm President-elect Joe Biden's victory.

January 1, 2021


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A Look Back At 2020

This week, we took a look back at our 2020 coverage.

December 17, 2020


How Can Bloomington Keep People Without Homes Safe Amid COVID-19?

Join us this week as we talk about city response to encampments in public parks and local government's responsibility to keep people experiencing homelessness safe amid a pandemic.

December 10, 2020


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Two Federal Death Penalties Scheduled This Week In Terre Haute. Three More Could Take Place Before Jan. 20

Join us this week as we talk about federal death penalties that have been carried out this year and those scheduled to take place before the president-elect is sworn in.

December 3, 2020



With Promising COVID-19 Vaccine Results, How Are Health Systems Preparing For First Shipments?

Join us this week as we talk with health officials and experts about COVID-19 vaccine developments.

November 25, 2020


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Join us this week for a prerecorded show as we talk with community leaders in the nonprofit and business sectors about how COVID-19 is affecting the economy heading into the winter months.

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