Today: Indiana University Northwest's director of the school of Public and Environmental Affairs, Asst. Dean Karl Basel, will talk about a new accelerated program that will allow students to get a Masters of Public Affairs degree much quicker than the usual time. This new degree program begins this fall semester.
Lakeshore Public Radio's Steven Lattimore listened in on a session at the Gary Symphony Orchestra's annual summer music camp -- an opportunity to help young people who might not be exposed to music in their public school. He has a report for "Regionally Speaking."
And "CounterPoint" public television host Garrard McClendon and his guests -- Nick Janzen of IPB News and Natalie Johnson and Cathy Martin from "Save the Dunes" discuss the need for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and other environmental groups to help the nation deal with issues like climate change.