Tuesday, March 28, 2023


Nashville mourns six dead in the latest mass shooting, the EPA takes public input on a proposal to clean up Pennsylvania's drinking water, and find ways to get more Zzz's during Sleep Awareness Month.


A shooting leaves six dead at a school in Nashville, the White House commends Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to pause judicial reform, and mayors question the reach of state and federal authorities over local decisions.


Finding childcare is a struggle everywhere, prompting North Carolina's Transylvania County to try a new approach. Maine is slowly building-out broadband access, but disagreements remain over whether local versus national companies should get the contracts, and specialty apps like "Farmers Dating" help those in small communities connect online.

Joey Graham


Joey has more than 35 years experience working in Indiana newsrooms. He started his first job when he was 16 years old in Logansport at his hometown radio station. He loved broadcasting so much he eventually joined the team fulltime. Joey worked his way from a young, local news reporter to News Director. For several years, Joey anchored Indy's Morning News at legendary news-talk radio station WIBC in Indianapolis...where he also hosted a weekend talk show. He is currently located in Westfield, IN. Joey is known for his natural curiosity to find the facts, a relentless pursuit for truth, trust and respect from his sources, and a lot of self-deprecating humor. In his spare time, Joey vlogs about his journey living with a heart disease known as Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy or HCM. He is also featured on the Not Your Average Joes Show.

Honors and Awards: Proud recipient of several peer-selected awarded honors from Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA), Associated Press (AP), and Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ).

Languages Spoken: English

Topic Expertise: Politics, Government, Environment, Healthcare, Social Trends

Local Expertise: Indiana

Location: Indiana


Latest Work

Indiana Lawmakers Consider 'Buffer Zone' for Police Investigations

A proposal to create a perimeter around working police investigations has made it through the first half of the 2023 Indiana legislative session…

Indiana Housing Market Struggles with Affordability, Demand

The spring home-selling season is here, but in some parts of Indiana, homeowners seem reluctant to put their houses on the market. The inventory of …

IU Researchers Make Medical “Breakthrough" with Anxiety Blood Test

A new blood test developed at the Indiana University School of Medicine may shake up how doctors treat patients who suffer from anxiety disorders…

EPA Pauses Moving Train Derailment Material to Indiana Landfill

Putnam County residents are closely watching developments after learning multiple truckloads of waste from the train derailment site in East Palestine…

Iniciativa de Aprendizaje de Indiana beneficia a estudiantes y empresarios

Un programa de Indiana está ayudando a los estudiantes de bachillerato a encontrar más vías de acceso a empleos bien remunerados…

Indiana Apprenticeship Initiative Win-Win for Students, Employers

An Indiana program is helping high school students find more pathways to high-paying jobs by bridging the gap between education and employers…

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