On Air Now
Latest from NPR
President Obama Announces Executive Action On Immigration
- 'I Will Not Sit Idly By' And Other Congressional Tweets On Immigration President Obama announced Thursday that he's using executive actions to grant temporary relief to some of the nearly 12 million immigrants living...
- Obama Will Announce Relief For Up To 5 Million Immigrants After six years of often bitter back-and-forth with congressional Republicans over the issue of immigration, President Obama announced he has...
Obama To Extend Temporary Deportation Relief
New Affirmative Action Cases Say The Policies Hurt Asians
Latest from WVPE
Eight Indiana school superintendents will meet with President Obama to spotlight the ways they've incorporated technology into the classroom.
Twenty-five Indiana state senators were sworn at the legislature’s Organization Day, but one had a very different ceremony.
Republican legislative leaders say education will be their top priority in the upcoming session.
The House's efforts will include charitable donations, weekly education and awareness efforts and potential legislative action.
Health care navigators in Indiana say they have had a relatively good experience signing people up for insurance.
In-depth reporting that transforms the way listeners understand current events and view the world Weekdays from 4:00 to 6:30 pm.
Waking up is hard to do, but it’s easier with NPR’s 'Morning Edition' Weekdays from 5:00-10:00 am.
Deep conversations that open the window on contemporary arts and current issues, Mon-Thurs at 3:00 pm.
State Impact Indiana
- Pre-K Pilot Beginning Soon, A Tight Timeline For Some Counties
- Applications For Pre-K Pilot Now Available For Parents
- Homework Not Just For Kids When It Comes To Family Engagement
- State Board Will Consider Format Options For Turnaround Schools
- Chamber of Commerce Pushes For Appointed State Superintendent