IU is hosting an event to help eliminate old computers, VCRs and TVs in a safe and earth-friendly way.
Ivy tech hosted the sixth annual O’Bannon Institute in Bloomington today. The event highlights the importance of community service.
The Department of Cognitive Science held its annual Robotics Open House on Friday.
Indiana seems far from the dry desserts of the Middle East, but when it comes to energy the United States is considered the Saudi Arabia of coal.
WFIU’s Daniel Robison looks into what the Columbus has done since the flood waters receded to prevent a similar disaster from happening again.
Terre Haute city officials are actively angling to be included in stimulus-related projects that would expand Amtrak and possibly include high speed rail.
A festive event that brought folks together during lunch hour to raise money for the Boys and Girls Club of Bloomington and enjoy strawberry shortcakes.
Today, six fallen officers were honored at the Monroe County Courthouse including the most recent Deputy, Sarah Jones, who died last October.
Architects working on a new Bloomington Transit facility have unveiled three plans for Bloomington Transit’s new downtown hub but the differences are subtle.
The City of Columbus is already advertising for bids to build the Commons, even though the results of a remonstrance to block its construction are not known.
Bandleader, composer/arranger and saxophonist Al Cobine passed away at his home in Bloomington last week at the age of 82. WFIU’s David Brent Johnson has more.
As part of his continuing series on Hoosier farmer-soldiers, reporter Douglas Wissing explores how National Guard troops learn how to work in Afghanistan.
WTIU's Teresa Bradtke investigates Jeep brand discontinuation in Jasper. The Company hopes brand consolidation will promote a stronger network of dealers.
Mayor Goodnight's decision to lay off 12 firefighters has sparked fierce debate in the community.
The issue of control of the city of Terre Haute now rests with the state's highest court.