Today: On this Reporters' Roundtable, "Post-Tribune" reporters Alexandra Kukulka and Carrie Napoleon are on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about the stories they've put out in print and online. Alex talks about her story on public concerns about the state's minimum wage (a recent protest elsewhere is pictured above) and a story on local prosecutors' battles against cybercriminals. Carrie reviews her latest story about the makeup of the South Shore CVA board and the board's discussions about its contract with CEO Speros Batistatos. We have a brief conversation from "Inside Indiana Business" about a womens' conference coming up this fall, and NFIB Indiana senior director Barbara Quandt talks about the latest NFIB survey of Hoosier small businesses trying to recover from the pandemic. The latest focus in the survey is on finding enough people to fill jobs, as businesses reopen.