This week on Noon Edition: A new nationwide survey finds that nearly half of Americans suffer from feelings of loneliness and isolation.
This week on Noon Edition: Indiana’s primary election is coming next week with many interesting races to follow at the local and state level.
With more teenagers becoming involved in political activism, how will this translate to the upcoming midterm elections and beyond? This week on Noon Edition.
The Fair Housing Act of 1968 was an ambitious piece of legislation aimed at ending inequality where Americans live. How much has changed in our neighborhoods since the bill’s passing?
This week on Noon Edition, you’ll hear highlights from some of our best shows in the past several months for our annual WFIU Spring Fund Drive.
This week on Noon Edition: China is striking back against the Trump administration’s tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum by imposing their own tariffs.
A new report says pollution and climate change are causing severe damage to the world’s coral reefs. This could have far-reaching effects on fisheries, food security, and marine wildlife.
Your favorite gardening experts Helen May and Don Adamson are back for WFIU’s annual spring gardening show.
This week marks the end of the 2018 Indiana General Assembly legislative session. Bills ranged from the controversial to the historic. This week on Noon Edition, state lawmakers discussed the 2018 legislative session.
Airlines and Indiana legislators are cracking down on emotional support animals in an attempt to stop people from abusing this special animal designation.