All IN

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"All IN" is a daily, statewide talk show about interesting things happening in Indiana. We want to connect people – to the latest news and to each other – through deep, thoughtful, lively conversation.

And we would love to hear from you! Leave questions or comments on Twitter and Facebook or leave a voicemail at 866-476-3881, and we’ll try to work it into the show.

Listen live on WVPE Monday through Friday from 1-2 p.m.

All IN: The Friday Pitch-In

Dec 6, 2019

This week’s Friday Pitch-In kicks off with the news of House Speaker Brian Bosma’s replacement, who was named on Monday. We talk about what the new round of Career and Technical Education funding leaves out, and the details behind two class action lawsuits – one in Franklin, and one hitting a popular agritourism destination.

All IN: Safety Culture At Amazon

Dec 5, 2019
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Two years ago, a worker at an Amazon facility in Plainfield, Indiana died after a 1,200 pound forklift crushed him.

After a state safety inspector found it might have happened due to a lack of training, he says Governor Eric Holcomb and other state officials worked to shift blame away from Amazon, hoping to avoid bad press while the state competed to host the company's new headquarters. Holcomb says it didn't happen.

All IN: 2020 Legislative Session Preview

Dec 4, 2019
Brandon Smith / IPB News

Indiana lawmakers have revealed their agendas for the 2020 legislative session. Today we outline the issues lawmakers are expected to focus on, including healthcare costs and gun safety measures.

House Speaker-elect Todd Huston will serve alongside retiring House Speaker Brian Bosma this session, and we talk about what new leadership could mean for the Indiana House. 


All IN: Infant and Maternal Mortality

Dec 3, 2019

Indiana’s infant mortality rate is the highest in the Midwest and the seventh worst in the nation, according to data from 2017. And it’s not just our babies that have these concerning statistics, our mothers have a high mortality rate too – almost double the national average.

All IN: Crime Junkie

Dec 2, 2019
Tony Valainis

The true crime genre has exploded in the last five years, especially in the world of podcasts. Since the release of the wildly popular “Serial” in 2014, countless true crime podcasts have emerged.

“Crime Junkie” is one of them. The show, produced in Indianapolis, is downloaded millions of times each week—but it’s faced harsh criticism for its loose, lighthearted approach and recent accusations of plagiarism.Since the hosts don’t claim to be journalists, should they get a pass?


All IN: Civic Health

Nov 26, 2019

The Civic Health Index measures how "engaged" citizens are in their communities. Today on All IN we find out where Hoosiers are civically engaged, and where we have room to improve.

All IN: A Podcast for Farmers

Nov 25, 2019

“Field Work,” a podcast hosted by two young farmers in the Midwest, is about some of the innovative ways farmers are trying to make their farms both sustainable and profitable in a changing industry.

All IN: The Friday Pitch-In

Nov 22, 2019

We end every week with the Friday Pitch-In, where we catch up on some of the biggest Indiana headlines of the week with Digital Producer Lauren Chapman.

All IN: Red For Ed

Nov 19, 2019
Lauren Chapman / IPB News

More than 60 school districts across Indiana cancelled classes today, as thousands of teachers signed up to rally at the Statehouse ahead of the upcoming legislative session.

Red for Ed Action Day is organized by the Indiana State Teachers Association, and the group says it’s focused on three things: repealing new career awareness licensing rules for educators, avoiding penalties for schools and teachers because of low ILEARN scores, and using state surplus money to better fund schools.

All IN: Sports Betting

Nov 18, 2019

It is now legal to bet on professional and college sports in Indiana. For the first month, only casinos could take official bets on games. But in October, after mobile betting was allowed, Hoosiers placed over $92 million in bets on sporting events.

Clearly, Hoosiers like to bet on sports. But can we expect these numbers to stay this high? And what does it mean for tax revenues?

All IN: RVs and Recession (Repeat)

Nov 15, 2019

RVs have made a big comeback since the Great Recession. Eighty percent of the world’s RVs are made in Elkhart County in northern Indiana. It’s a community built on the business of fun, but it’s often the first thing to go when the economy turns south.

All IN: Veterans' Mental Health

Nov 14, 2019

The suicide rate among veterans is twice that of the civilian population. Growing awareness of mental illness has prompted the VA and other veterans groups to better address mental health. The network of services is growing, but the stigma around mental illness can mean many of those who need it aren’t seeking help.

All IN: Birch Bayh

Nov 12, 2019
Public Domain

From his humble beginnings as an Indiana farmer, Birch Bayh went on to become the only person since the Founding Fathers to have steered two constitutional amendments to passage. As a U.S. Senator, Bayh became “the father of Title IX” and the author of landmark legislation that still impacts us today.

Robert Blaemire, author of "Birch Bayh: Making a Difference," joins us to talk about Bayh's legacy and a different era in American government.




All IN: College Athletes

Nov 11, 2019

The NCAA has faced pressure for years to relax its rules on whether or not college athletes can be monetarily compensated beyond their scholarships. The organization brings in around a billion dollars a year and employs some of the highest-paid coaches in sports, professional or otherwise. Critics say if there is money to be made by the athletes themselves, they should be allowed to do so, under certain circumstances.

All IN: The Friday Pitch-In

Nov 8, 2019

We end every week with the Friday Pitch-In, where we catch up on some of the biggest Indiana headlines of the week with Digital Producer Lauren Chapman.