As part of its mission in Afghanistan, the Indiana National Guard's Agribusiness Development Team must determine which products farmers should raise.
Ivy Tech Bloomington plans for a student increase for the fall semester.
This week, health benefits ran out for many retired auto workers in Kokomo. Worse, some members of Kokomo's Local 292 were given just one week of notice.
"A Bloomington gay rights group hosts a Marriage-Counter Sit-in for Equality at the Justice Building today."
Bids for the construction of the new Commons in downtown Columbus have come in millions of dollars lower than projected.
Unemployment is causing many Hoosiers to lose their health insurance. State Health Commissioner advises Hoosiers on how to stay healthy in a tough economy.
Former Bloomington mayor John Fernandez has been nominated by President Obama to a position in the Department of Commerce.
How is the new Office of Sustainability is trying to establish itself on a campus that has a reputation for inertia on environmental issues?
Tax collections are down this year in Howard County due in large part to Chrysler's bankruptcy.
Khost Province, Afghanistan is an area so dangerous that constant security is crucial to the humanitarian mission of the Indiana National Guard's 119th ADT.
The B-Line Trail is officially open and is not only busy with joggers, but artists.
The Bloomington Police Department finds a new way to patrol the new downtown corridor.
A ban on a possibly controversial atheist advertisement by Bloomington Transit has caused a discussion within the city's religious community.
Bloomington's 2010 budget aim to offset a revenue shortfall. But Mayor Mark Kruzan says his aim is like state lawmakers -- keeping rainy day resources intact.
Millions of Americans are without health care. Where do Hoosiers rank in the system?
Indiana University's next budget will raise tuition, but also makes sweeping changes in an effort to lower costs to undergrads who make their homes in-state.
A look at a day in the life of the base which is home to the Indiana National Guard's 119th Agribusiness Development Team.
The ADT soldiers use specialized social scientists, both in Afghanistan and back home in Indiana, to better understand Afghan societies.
A Brown County judge is set to decide whether a 13-year-old boy from Nashville facing allegations of murder will be tried as an adult or as a juvenile.
Bloomington’s non-union city employees will get salary increases in the coming year, but they won’t correspond to results of work evaluations.
Following a trip to Italy, Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight says he met with other manufacturing companies than just a planned confab with automaker Fiat.
Urban renewal in the 1960s changed the landscape of many American cities, including Indianapolis. But now an archeological dig looking into what was lost.
The Columbus Redevelopment Commission has awarded a $12.4 million bid on the new downtown Commons to a Columbus-based company.
As WFIU's Emily Loftis reports in part two of her series "Interpreting the Law," there are steps a city with limited resources can take to improve access...
Though Indiana University administrators say even further meetings with state lawmakers are unlikely to result in lower bills for students and parents.
In order to settle a suit filed against it, the Bloomington Transit Board has voted to allow an advertisement from an atheist group to be posted on city buses.
Monroe County residents will give up another one-one-hundredth of a percent of their paychecks as part of a Juvenile County Option Income Tax increase.
Stress free exercise for people of all ages. Laughter clubs are a community based association where all are welcome.
The influence of technology on media is driving new business models journalists should follow.
American-led coalition forces are waging a complicated counterinsurgency in Afghanistan, where critics say well-meaning military projects can be problematic.
President Barack Obama sat down Thursday night for a beer with two parties trying to work out a dispute. But does the tactic work if you're not the President?