WFYI Public Media received 13 Emmy Awards at the 48th annual gala in Cleveland, including four that went to “Attucks: The School That Opened a City” that premiered in September and continues to have screenings and discussions all around central Indiana. | Read More
Perhaps no one is more associated with the revitalization of downtown Indianapolis than William Hudnut. “Mayor Bill” died Saturday at the age of 84, but his legacy will never be forgotten. Hear his lifelong reflections in this previously recorded interview. | Read More
Host John Krull, director of Franklin College's Pulliam School of Journalism, and guests talk about the issues that matter to people, the questions that intrigue us and the ideas in politics, education, the arts and beyond that foster good discussion | Read More
Consumers are told they might be eligible to receive cash under terms of the state's Tobacco Master Settlement and are asked to provide their billing and payment information to subscribe to a monthly report on those funds.