Category Archives: Midday Matters – News Review
On this edition of Midday Matters, Fort Wayne City Controller Pat Roller and John Stafford from the Community Research Institute at IPFW visit the show to talk about the recent findings of Fort Wayne’s Fiscal Policy Working Group.
On today’s program, Karen Francisco from the Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette joins Bob and Sean in studio to talk about the education issues facing the Indiana General Assembly, including SB 179, which would require high school students to take online courses.
On today’s program, we listen back to Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry’s recent “State of the City” address. Later in the hour, Dan Stockman and Bob Caylor join in for an analysis of the speech.
On today’s Midday Matters, we talk with Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette Statehouse reporter Niki Kelly and John Stafford, director of the Community Research Institute at IPFW, about the 2012 legislative session so far, and what’s yet to come. Later in the … Continue reading
On today’s Midday Matters, we deviate from our usual weekly theme to bring you an interview with acclaimed author Fred McKissack Jr. His latest work is a graphic novel, titled “Best Shot in the West: The Adventures of Nat Love.”
Today on Midday Matters, Kevin Mullett from Cirrus ABS in Fort Wayne joins us to talk about SOPA & PIPA, and other issues around the Internet and intellectual property.
On this News Review edition of the show, Sean, Dan and Bob talk with IPBS Statehouse reporter Brandon Smith and Andy Downs from the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics about the 2012 Indiana legislative session so far.
Today on Midday Matters, we talk with Tena Dellaca-Hedrick, a victim’s advocate at the Fort Wayne Sexual Assault Treatment Center, about the impact of human trafficking here and around the world. Later in the hour, we hear from James Beard … Continue reading
Today on Midday Matters, Journal Gazette reporter Karen Francisco joins us to talk about her recent piece recounting a students experiences at Brown-Mackie College — Fort Wayne. Later in the hour, Nick Arnett stops by to talk about his 12 … Continue reading
Today we take a look at the 2012 Indiana legislative session with Republican state Sen. Dennis Kruse and Democratic Rep. Phil GiaQuinta.