Indiana is among 12 states that will receive a combined $20 million dollars to improve soil health.
Farmers praise several provisions in the House and Senate tax reform bills that will keep business deductions and double the estate tax exemption.
A study by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development shows the number of people in Indiana experiencing homelessness has gone down.
As Bloomington faces rapid growth, city leaders want more control over developments. And how a new program is working to fill the craft brewery skills gap.
A federal judge has set a trial date for two Indianapolis police officers facing a wrongful death lawsuit in an unarmed black motorist's fatal shooting.
Up to 8 inches of snow is the forecast Saturday for far northern Indiana. The rest of the state could see an inch or two by Saturday night.
The recreational skiing business started pumping out snow Wednesday in preparation of opening next weekend.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has joined 20 other Republican governors in calling for GOP leaders in Congress to approve a sweeping rewrite of the nation's tax code.
A female student at Purdue accuses the university of not treating her claim of being sexually assaulted with due process and attention.
The lawsuit filed Thursday alleges that Huntington County Circuit Judge Thomas Hakes sent the woman dozens of unwanted online messages and emails.
A fraternity at the University of Southern Indiana is appealing the school's decision to withdraw recognition of the organization's chapter.
The university says the effort is a response to Gov. Eric Holcomb's call for teaching computer science to more primary school students.