Indiana University will debut a smartphone app that alerts students when energy use on campus is exceeding certain amounts.
Last night community members shared concerns about the proposed location and cost of a courthouse expansion.
Dams in the Hidden Hills subdivision in Peru are falling apart, and residents disagree with the Department of Natural Resources over who should maintain them.
Indiana is writing new academic standards after it pulled out of the national standards known as the Common Core.
The man who raped Jenny Wendt confessed this year but he can't be prosecuted because of Indiana's statute of limitations.
The new distribution center is expected to be open by November 2015 and create 185 jobs by 2019.
Indiana offers health coverage to Medicaid patients for tobacco cessation programs, but anti-smoking advocates say that's not enough.
A number of code violations and structural safety hazards will keep the doors to the 135 year- old Crump Theatre in Columbus, closed.
15,000 claims were filed in 2013 in Indiana after wind and hail damaged Indiana homes.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is asking companies for proposals on how they would make the Hoosier State line more cost efficient.
One analysis of 2013 ISTEP+ pass rates at high poverty schools shows traditional public school students passing more frequently than their peers at charters.
Listen to Mayor Murray explain revisions to the downtown parking plan and when road construction will be ready to begin this month.
Terre Haute lawyer Jim Bopp represented the plaintiffs in a Supreme Court case that struck down campaign contribution limits.
Sen. Dan Coats, R-Indiana, requested FIFA ban Russia from the World Cup because of its involvement in Ukraine.
Indiana asked the federal agency for assistance in cleaning up after winter storms hit the state in January.
The GOP proposes changes to the 30 hour work week provision of the Affordable Care Act
Bloomington fire fighters will soon be enjoying fresh produce grown at their own station.
A recent report ranks Indianapolis as the worst city in the country for food access options.
INDOT typically spends about $30 million in road repairs and maintenance each winter.
Ty Smith and Hud and Speck Mellencamp are being charged with battery.
Nine Indiana school districts will ask for 10 tax levy increases on the May ballot.
Indiana law puts hemp regulation under the state chemist's office pending federal approval.
Federal agents, have taken control of a huge collection of artifacts from Native American, Russian, Chinese and other cultures.
The money will be used to add lanes to Interstate 65 just south of Indianapolis and around Lafayette.
Young's legislation would allow companies to hire part-time employees that work up to 39 hours per week without providing them health care coverage.
We talk to a rape survivor about her decision to make it her life's mission to change the law and Google Glass technology in the operating room.
Hundreds of low crossings in hilly parts of the state are flooding.
Physicians are exploring the application of Google Glass, a new wearable device that could replace medical equipment in the operating room.
The March revenue report for Indiana shows improvement from February, but it doesn't make up for previous months' revenues that have fallen below predictions.
Financial site WalletHub ranked Indiana the third worst state in terms of helping residents prepare their taxes.
A branch of the Indiana National Air Guard is allowing the Australian government to use sonar buoys that look for transmitter signals.
A new high school equivalency exam has replaced the GED in Indiana — and some students say it's harder to pass.
We talk to a rape survivor about her decision to make it her life's mission to change the law and Google Glass technology in the operating room.
Sexual assault survivor Jenny Wendt is advocating a change to legislature that allows her accused rapist - who confessed to the crime - to walk free.
'Filasoy' is a recyclable soybean-based, material that could be used in 3D printing.
After lawmakers eliminated the Energizing Indiana program, Governor Mike Pence says the state needs to rethink its energy strategy.
The vast majority of Indiana educators received 'effective' or 'highly effective' ratings during the first year of state-mandated teacher evaluations.
The deadline to register to vote in the May primaries is tonight, and a new law has changed some rules around registering voters.
The Management and Performance Hub project collects and analyzes data from multiple agencies to provide insight into social issues and government efficiency.
A report released today indicates athletic funding at public institutions is increasing 25 times faster than academic funding.
The study looked at years of tornado climatology data to determine where tornadoes in Indiana touched down most frequently.
The Indiana Inspector General continues to investigate an ethics complaint against former state superintendent Tony Bennett.
Royce Waltman was the assistant coach for IU and the head coach for DePauw, UIndy and ISU during his career.
The FSSA announced Monday more money will be available to low income families in Indiana who use a federal voucher program to pay for daycare.
Latest voter registration numbers show 13,000 fewer people are registered for this year's primary than four years ago.
Hoosier women earn about 73 cents for every dollar men make for the same work.
The state withdrew economic incentives for the Pakistani company to build a fertilizer plant in the state after concerns it had terrorist ties.
Gov. Pence announced a summit aimed at simplifying the tax code and making Indiana's taxes more competitive with other states.
A Pew Charitable Trusts report shows Indiana has improved its election performance but is still fares poorly compared to other states.
Mayor Bennett talks about the effects of new legislation ending certain TIF districts and Terre Haute's move to embrace the Wabash River.
The State Board of Education agreed Wednesday to drop a plan to administer a second test next month after schools give ISTEP+.
The ACLU filed a lawsuit against the City of Indianapolis last summer over rules for panhandling downtown.
Indiana University students are volunteering to help Fairview Elementary students with their reading.
Bill Smith has worked for Mike Pence for 14 years and is now leaving to start a political consulting firm.
The site used to be a 43-acre site used to be a railroad tie coating facility.
State Board members say Indiana’s teacher evaluation law needs an overhaul after data released this week shows the most educators were above average.
The Bloomington City Council voted late last night to allow sharpshooters in Griffy Lake Nature Preserve to combat the overpopulation of deer.
The trip to Germany is Governor's Pence second trade mission as governor.
The City of Bedford signed a contract this week to begin building new trails and streetscapes in Bedford, the first moves with the city's Stellar Grant.
A U.S. district court judge ruled today that Indiana must recognize the out-of-state marriage of a woman who has stage four ovarian cancer.
Residents of Dugger, Ind., are trying to keep the schools in their tiny town open.
An IU computer sciences professor gives advice on how to protect online information from the Heartbleed Bug.
Indiana University is raising the minimum wage for its employees from $7.25 to $8.25 per hour.
The number of children without health insurance in Indiana has dropped nearly 1.5 percent in the past four years.
Greenwood's mayor says the distribution center will be an economic boon to the area.
Indiana University plans to spend $100 million on a new research and technology center.
OPTIMISTIC seeks to reduce Medicaid and Medicare costs by treating patients in nursing homes instead of transferring them to the hospital.
All of the lawsuits challenging the state's gay marriage ban are being handled by the same Evansville judge who issued yesterday's ruling.
Four proposals were submitted for the new medical school location, but officials say Evansville was the overwhelming favorite.
Indiana schools gearing up to administer the spring ISTEP+ test are worried computer problems could again disrupt students’ exams.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is urging physicians to change their practices to prevent prescription drug overdoses.
The first challenge to Indiana’s same sex marriage ban heads to court. And we explain potential changes that favor treating the elderly in nursing homes.
The Milton-Madison Bridge on the Kentucky, Indiana border is now the longest bridge in North America to be slid laterally into place.
Legislation passed this session will give a tax credit to Indiana parents who adopt children.
Legislation making its way through Congress would change how states qualify for FEMA assistance.
A freeze watch is in effect for southern Indiana for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning as temperatures fall to 25 degrees.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and Indiana are working together to certify small meat producers in Indiana to USDA standards.
We're on our way to visit with Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan for Wednesday's show.
At an event today, former U.S. Senator and Indiana governor Evan Bayh said he has not decided whether he will re-enter politics.
Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann has named the former Democratic state representative to become the director of intergovernmental relations.
Schools in south central Indiana are using a variety of methods to make up snow days from this winter, in preparation for the spring ISTEP+ tests.
The Department of Workforce Development will adopt the new program, Serve Indiana, which encompasses volunteer groups like AmeriCorps.
A new kidney and pancreas transplant center in Portage will reduce the wait time for kidney transplants in Indiana.
The third and final draft of Indiana's next academic standards will go before the Education Roundtable and State Board later this month.
The newest administrative mergers of Ivy Tech Community College regions will be between Evansville and Terre Haute.
The state plans to upgrade State Road 37 to interstate standards by 2016.
Today marks one year after the bombings, which killed three people.
Indiana Congressman Larry Bucshon and State Representative Tim Brown say the state needs to increase access to health care.
Listen to the full interview with Mayor Kruzan here!
A new law in Indiana allows foragers to legally hunt for mushrooms off trails.
In 2012 the Environmental Protection Agency put emission standards in place for coal fired power plants, and Indiana is one state appealing the new rules.
Indiana’s individual income tax burden is 22nd in the nation, despite a business tax climate in the top 10.
More Indiana students are meeting the state's exit requirements before graduating high school, according to data the Department of Education released Wednesday.
Martinsville schools' newly named acting superintendent Jerry Sanders is taking over after the interim superintendent resigned this week.
Indiana University awarded actress Meryl Streep with an honorary doctorate today during a ceremony at the IU Auditorium.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense are working to lobby for increased gun regulations.
The Indiana Department of Corrections developed a plan to reduce prison overpopulation by not accepting short term prisoners.
Indiana liquor stores and alcohol distributors are partnering on a new campaign to combat underage drinking called 'We Don’t Serve Teens.'
Mayor Mark Kruzan says he fears the emotional consequences of allowing any hunting within city limits.
As districts across the state face increased scrutiny from the state, Fairview Elementary hopes it has found a new solution to low standardized test scores.
Governor Mike Pence took time out of his trade mission in Germany to address what he calls Russian aggression against the Ukraine and Europe.
Rep. Eric Turner's son is a nursing home developer and Turner opposed a bill last session that would have put a moratorium on new nursing homes.
Governor Mike Pence visited Germany this week on a trade mission, and as a result several companies plan to bring jobs to the state.
DeAnne Weaver and her sister Beth Carr were less than a mile from the finish line last year when two bombs exploded.
Maple City Health Center in Goshen lets patients volunteer at local nonprofits to pay off medical bills.
It will be the last chance to change the standards before an up-down vote at the State Board of Education meeting April 28.
Indiana's unemployment rate fell to 5.9 percent in March, according to figures from the Department of Workforce Development.
Purdue University officials say they would have to cut positions if they raised the minimum wage.
A woman who wasn't able to finish the Boston Marathon last year because of the bombings is invited back and a clinic is using a new health care pay model.
Amid increasing talk about a possible presidential run, Governor Mike Pence says he’s remaining focused on Indiana.
The state legislature passed a bill this session that would grant a tax credit to families that adopt in Indiana.
Primary elections are only a couple weeks away Indiana…but one town has already held its election.
After going viral on the internet for mispronouncing "Achilles" on Wheel of Fortune, Julian Batts chalked it up to nerves and said he's just staying positive.
Erin Magee is running for Congress in Indiana, Tennessee and Florida.
James River Coal Company executives say cheap natural gas has hurt their business.
Karen Pence visited Loehne and Cologne, sister cities to Columbus and Indianapolis, respectively.
IU researchers have developed a way to detect extremely early signs of eyesight loss in diabetic patients using a high-powered microscope.
The 500 Festival Mini Marathon has not sold all of its 35,000 slots this year, despite selling out for the past 12 years.
Gov. Mike Pence argues the Keystone XL pipeline would boost Indiana's manufacturing industry.
We're on our way to visit with Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight for Wednesday's show.
Judge Richard Young's order on one same-sex marriage case is a narrow ruling but could provide insight into how he could rule in other cases.
The new academic standards would replace the nationally-crafted standards known as the Common Core.
Molina was the driving force that helped make Bloomington, Ind. record label Secretly Canadian an indie music mainstay today.
The severity and length of winter this year delayed pollination from many trees, causing them to flower at the same time as other trees.
The bikeshare program includes 250 bicycles at 25 stations in downtown Indianapolis.
Steve Woodruff takes old Priuses and extends them out to include an extra row of seats.
FEMA is granting Indiana's appeal to help pay for the expenses counties incurred during winter storms earlier this year.
Eli Lilly is combining Novartis Animal Health with its existing animal health company Elanco.
The WFIU/WTIU Newsroom outdid all competing stations in collecting seven regional honors for broadcast and online reporting.
The former presidential candidate and the Republican National Committee Chairman will be the keynote speakers for the state State GOP convention in June.
Indiana schools preparing for next week’s spring ISTEP+ test reported problems with an online practice exam today.
A Columbus-area runner who didn't get to finish last year's Boston Marathon, ran the 26.2 miles yesterday and crossed the iconic finish line.
Listen to Mayor Goodnight explain how Kokomo is being compared to Indianapolis in attracting urbanites to downtown.
Rep. Eric Turner's actions regarding a moratorium on retirement homes is under scrutiny by the House Ethics Committee today.
A law professor say the ruling upholding Michigan's ban on affirmative action could affect Indiana, but likely not for some time.
Indianapolis officials say the city is already booked with other conventions in 2016.
A recent study indicates creating ethanol from corn releases 7 percent more carbon dioxide emissions than gasoline.
Nearly 20,000 Hoosier kids are using state-funded tuition vouchers at Indiana private schools — more than double the number who did last year.
Oliver Winery should have enough inventory to meet demand this year, but it is still determining how much wine it will be able to make for future years.
The Ethics Committee heard allegations today that Rep. Eric Turner improperly lobbied against a nursing home moratorium.
The Department of Corrections is agreeing to allow a chaplain to oversee Native American religious ceremonies after the ACLU says they were banned in June.
Mayor Mark Kruzan refused last week to sign an ordinance that would have allowed sharpshooting in Griffy Nature Preserve.