Regionally Speaking, Thursday, June 27, 2019

Jun 27, 2019

"Post-Tribune" reporter Meredith Colias-Pete is on "Regionally Speaking Reporters' Roundtable" today to talk about her stories, including one that involved a court case on two former Munster school administrators. Carole Carlson of the "Post-Tribune" and Joseph Pete of the "Times" are also on the program today.
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Today:   On this "Reporters' Roundtable" Thursday, we talk to Meredith Colias-Pete and Carole Carlson of the "Post-Tribune" and Joseph Pete of the "Times" about the stories they put in print editions and posted online.  They include education news from Crown Point, from Gary and an education-related story from the courts as well as updates on the costs of child care, economic development in Gary's Miller neighborhood -- a business and environment story -- and the latest on the impending arrival of another pizza joint in northwest Indiana. 

Indiana Public Broadcasting's Barbara Brosher reports on the final trains on the "Hoosier State" Amtrak service before it ends on June 30th, and IPBS reporter Samantha Horton had a report on "Monring Edition" today about GMO salmon, with a focus on the Hoosier State.