Friday afternoon, the New North End Zone at Memorial Stadium was formally dedicated.
Printpack will receive a tax abatement from Monroe County just as soon as leaders sign the council's Memorandum of Understanding.
With the start of the 2009 season around the corner, IU coach Tom Crean updated the media today on his team's progress.
Bloomington's Big Brothers Big Sisters organization attempted to gather more than 1,300 people to play telephone. But the message may not have been clear.
An Indiana University professor is the co-winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in Economics and the first woman to win the award.
The new north end zone at Memorial Stadium is dedicated. IU athletic leaders hope the new addition will be a boost for more than just the football program.
In the first of a two-part series, WFIU’s Emily Loftis sought out graffiti writers to talk about their work……
Former Vice President Dan Quayle toured the BioConvergence laboratory today with Republican candidate for the ninth district congressional seat, Todd Young.
A downtown rally in Bloomington this morning over health care brought up concerns about Senator Evan Bayh's campaign contributions.
Health care providers in south-central parts of Indiana are rushing to administer the few shots of the H1N1 vaccine they’ve received.
In the conclusion to WFIU’s two-part series on graffiti, talks with business owners about the debate and the work of a city employee who cleans spray-paint.
A lack of standards for online and technology-based learning has many in the state scrambling to shape the General Assembly’s eventual policy debate.
IU officials broke ground on Saturday for renovations to the University Theater on campus.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the week honors after IU's homecoming match-up with Illinois on Saturday.
Bloomington's mayor says Indiana University won't have to foot the bill for improvements to its roadways alone.
People packed Woodburn Hall to hear the controversial debate regarding the Bloomington Transit bus advertisement, "You Can Be Good Without God."
The Monroe County Religious Leaders, a Bloomington interfaith organization met Wednesday to discuss the intersection of faith and health care policy.
A diverse crowd gathered in the Whittenberger Auditorium for a round table discussion centered around a controversial topic.
The State Budget Committee heard more bad news Friday about the state’s tax revenue collections.
The field of GOP candidates vying to challenge Brad Ellsworth in next year’s 8th District election has grown to three.
In the first of two WFIU features surrounding Halloween, Ann Shea takes a scientific look at what makes us scared and why we sometimes seek out the emotion.
An information technology company has announced it'll relocate from California to Kokomo, in the process creating more than 400 jobs.
The Red Cross doesn't have the donors they need as the U.S. population shifts.
Picture the life of a grave digger — Now get rid of all those thoughts, because WFIU's Regan McCarthy reports that’s not necessarily the job description.
Tavis Smiley says Indiana’s junior senator should make his views on the issue known out of respect to the tens of thousands of unemployed Hoosiers.