Cell phones, abortion, and the first Republican Primary debate were three of the biggest stories Tony Katz covered this week.
There has been a debate between teachers and parents on whether students should be allowed to carry phones in school. The Metropolitan School District of Martinsville has a new policy that requires students to keep their phones in their lockers all day. Parents think this is a major safety issue. They want to be able to access their child in case there is an emergency. The policy has sparked quite the debate.
The abortion story addresses the Indiana Supreme Court. They have decided not to rehear their decisions on abortion. That means that their decision on a near total abortion ban has taken place. The ACLU lost their appeal, which was the final thing standing in the way of the new policy.
The final story from this week goes back two days. The first Republican Primary debate happened, and it is still one of the biggest stories in the news currently. Part of that story was former President Donald Trump’s decision to do a Tucker Carlson interview instead of showing up at the debate.
To hear the best 20 minutes from Tony Katz this week, click the link below.
- Murder Suspect Kevin Mason Captured
- Pacers GM: Contract Extension Talks with Buddy Hield Are “At a Halt” But That Doesn’t Mean They’re Done
- NWS: Expect a Rainy Wednesday Across Indiana
- Pence: Trump Owes it to the American People to Debate
- FOUND: Momo the Monkey on the Loose: Indianapolis’ East Side on High Alert
The Dangers of Brown Friday & How You Can Prepare for the Worst
Police: Woman Killed, Infant Hurt in Head-On Crash with Semi-Truck
ISP: Truck Driver Killed After Exiting Vehicle
Small Plane Crashes Near Shelbyville Airport, Two People Dead
Feds, Rush County Sheriff Search Home In Valerie Tindall's Disappearance
Fitness Studios Say Holding Company Has Not Paid Employees
Fishers Marching Band Appears in 2023 Macy's Parade
Red, White, & Bowl With Hammer & Nigel Presented By Jack Daniels