General News

Thousands of educators gathered outside the Indiana statehouse for the “Red for Ed” rally Tuesday to support public education. The Indiana State Teacher Association says its focus is three-pronged: ILEARN hold harmless, repeal career awareness licensure requirement, and use surplus money for public schools.

A new fund will direct money to Indiana programs that address social issues related to health. Indiana University Health is providing $100 million to create the Community Impact Investment Fund.

A new fund will direct money to Indiana programs that address social issues related to health. Indiana University Health is providing $100 million to create the Community Impact Investment Fund.

Climate change is expected to mean more flooding in Indiana and that could put the state’s hazardous waste sites — and the people who live near them — at risk. That’s according to a new report on Superfunds from the Government Accountability Office. 

All IN: Red for Ed

Nov 19, 2019

More than 60 school districts across Indiana cancelled classes today, as thousands of teachers signed up to rally at the Statehouse ahead of the upcoming legislative session.

Legislative leaders from both parties say they’re looking forward to Tuesday’s teacher rally at the Statehouse.

But Republicans and Democrats still seem split on the education issues driving the public demonstration.

All IN: Birch Bayh

Nov 12, 2019

From his humble beginnings as an Indiana farmer, Birch Bayh went on to become the only person since the Founding Fathers to have steered two constitutional amendments to passage. As a U.S. Senator, Bayh became “the father of Title IX” and the author of landmark legislation that still impacts us today.

You won’t see many women working games on the high school football fields in Indiana, but if you do, it’s probably Holly McCammack.

The following schools in our listening area are on a two-hour delay this morning. This list will be updated:

TWO-HOUR DELAY

LAFAYETTE SCHOOL CORPORATION

WEST LAFAYETTE SCHOOL CORPORATION

TIPPECANOE SCHOOL CORPORATION

LAFAYETTE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

CRAWFORDSVILLE SCHOOL CORPORATION

ROSSVILLE SCHOOLS

BENTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION

ATTICA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL CORPORATION

The lack of childcare costs Indiana employers nearly $2 billion per year, according to the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership. The group hosted business leaders Thursday to talk about how the lack of childcare affects the workforce.

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