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"Noon Edition" surveys topics of local and regional interest, in a lively but civil conversation with scholars, government leaders, and listeners. The live 60-minute program covers everything from winter gardening to the relationship between race and prison policy.More from Noon Edition »

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How Can Rural Communities In Indiana Stay Viable?

New research from Purdue defines what a rural community is, and this week on Noon Edition we will talk about the challenges facing small towns in Indiana.

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A Discussion On The Same Sex Marriage Ban

The proposed ban on same sex marriage in Indiana was passed through committee this week and is heading to the House floor for a vote.

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The General Assembly's Proposed Pre-K Bill Is Heavily Debated

The General Assembly is proposing a Pre-K voucher system, and this week we'll talk about what this program could look like.

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How Can Online Degrees Be Successful?

Two IU online degree programs were ranked as the best by U.S. News and World Report, so this week we'll look at what makes a top notch online program.

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Start The New Year With Noon Edition

This week we'll be talking about New Year's resolutions. Let us know if you plan to make a resolution and share what you think about the New Year's tradition.

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Year In Review With Indiana Newspaper Editors

This week we'll talk with newspaper editors in the south central Indiana coverage area about significant local and national news stories in 2013.

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Decision Fatigue May Be Slowing You Down

This week we'll take a closer look at decision fatigue. We'll talk with

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We're Talking Thanksgiving Food, Recipes And Ideas For Leftovers

Thanksgiving leftovers and what to do with leftovers

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Tornadoes Cause Destruction Throughout The State

This week on Noon Edition, we'll talk with the mayor's office in Kokomo and emergency representatives about the destruction and what can be done to help.

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Indiana Parents Paying High Costs For Child Care

A new study reports that Indiana is the 9th least affordable state for before and after school care.

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