Join us this week as we talk about modern trends in romantic commitment.
Noon Edition airs Friday at 12:06 p.m. on WFIU 1.
Join us this week as we talk about legislation that could make it illegal to hold a cell phone and drive.
Join us this week as we discuss the Coronavirus and how it's affecting dynamics on a global and local scale.
Join us this week as we discuss coming changes to bus routes in Bloomington and the city's transportation needs.
Join us this week as we discuss recent events between the U.S. and Iran following the killing of a high ranking Iranian military leader in a U.S. drone strike at Baghdad’s international airport.
Join us this week as we talk with Bloomington's four new city council members about their goals for 2020.
Join us this week as we review the 2019 Legislative Session and look ahead to 2020.
Tune in this week as our hosts talk with reporters and editors in the state about the top stories in Indiana for 2019.
With holiday spending hitting record highs this winter, join us this week as we discuss consumer habits and how retailers are adapting.
Join us this week as we talk to Indiana University President Michael McRobbie about IU's Bicentennial, which begins next month, and what's to come for the university.
Join us this week as we talk with members of the Regional Opportunity Initiatives about its progress and key areas of development in the Indiana Uplands.
This week on Noon Edition, different leaders from local nonprofits came to discuss community engagement during the winter and year-round.
Bloomington area residents have been submitting questions to our City Limits Series since the Sept. 20th climate strike wanting to know what can be done to combat climate change on an individual and city level. We're hosting a Noon Edition live at Inkwell on the 22nd to try to answer some of them.
Join us this week as we discuss the historical significance of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Join us this week as we discuss the Bloomington Housing Study and what the city's needs will be as the population expands.
Join us this week as we discuss the availability of healthcare practitioners in the state and potential solutions.
Join us this week for a conversation about recent climate strikes and what the future holds.
Join us this Friday to as we discuss the political implications of the impeachment inquiry on President Trump.
Join us for a live show at downtown Bloomington's Social Cantina this Friday as we talk about the changing restaurant scene in Bloomington.
As the fund drive continues, we bring you some of our best shows from 2019.
Join us this week for a discussion about the changes to parking regulations and how they affect Bloomington residents and the downtown area.
Join us this week as we discuss the role of surveillance in society and its advancements in technology.
Though most Democratic presidential candidates are vocal in their support of expansion of health coverage, many candidates do not agree on the means or time frame for this goal.
Join us this week as we discuss the the possibility of an upcoming recession and what it would mean in the state and nation.
Join us this week as we discuss the merger of two of the largest newspaper companies in the U.S. and the future of local journalism.
Join us this week for Noon Edition as we revisit Woodstock to talk about its lasting legacy and how it forever changed live concerts.