The members of Time for Three spent time in the 90.1 WFYI studio with Jill Ditmire, playing music from their new CD and talking about the premiere of a new WFYI documentary featuring the musicians performing with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says he won't appeal a ruling that a man sentenced to death for killing a Franklin College student in 1997 is incompetent to be executed because such an appeal likely would not succeed.
The rate last year was 3.8 per 100 full-time workers. That’s the lowest recorded rate since the Indiana Department of Labor began collecting the data through the updated Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses in 1992.
Through American Public Media's PIN, more than 220,000 sources now inform reporting at nearly 70 newsrooms – including WFYI – through websites, social networks, blogs, forums and face-to-face conversations.
A coalition that includes Kroger, Walmart, Marsh and several other retailers is pushing for the change, but Indiana's liquor stores say having to be open Sundays will hurt their businesses by driving up operating costs.