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Emily Wright

Emily, an Indianapolis native, joined WFIU/WTIU in 2013 as Producer of Noon Edition. She studied Telecommunications and Liberal Arts Management at Indiana University.

Recent posts by Emily

August 9, 2013


Domestic Violence Protective Order Process To Improve In Monroe

This week we will continue Thursday evening's conversation with the Monroe panel to see what steps the county is taking to decrease domestic violence.

August 2, 2013


‘Cook’ Your Garden

This week Annie Corrigan from Earth Eats will co-host as we talk with food lovers and gardeners to discuss different ways to “cook" your garden harvest.

July 26, 2013


Homeless Support Programs

This week we will discuss the different kinds of assistance and support programs available for homeless Hoosiers.

July 19, 2013


Synthetic Drug Look-A-Like Law

Four Indiana aromatherapy companies have filed suit against the new synthetic drug law. Join us this week to discuss what might happen as the lawsuit plays out.

July 12, 2013


Indiana Bids For Drone Testing Site

This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with drone experts to discuss what role Indiana is likely to play as the unmanned systems technology develops.

July 5, 2013


Opportunities And Issues For U.S. Veterans In Indiana

This week, we’ll discuss what opportunities and issues veterans in Indiana face, and how that could change as more troops come home from tours overseas.

June 14, 2013


113 Days Of Art In Bloomington

We are currently in the midst of the Summer Festival’s 113 Days of Art. This week, we will learn what events are lined up for the rest of the summer.

June 7, 2013


Camp Atterbury’s New Role

With the draw down in Afghanistan, Camp Atterbury is joining forces with Muscatatuck Urban Training Center to fill a new role.

May 31, 2013


Indiana ADHD Diagnoses Second Highest In Nation

This week, we’ll examine what’s behind the rise in ADHD diagnoses and what medical treatments could mean for children as they grow into adulthood.

May 24, 2013


Suburban Poverty On The Rise

This week on Noon Edition, we’ll discuss the rise in suburban poverty and what some groups are trying to do to slow the trend.

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