As many as 63,000 people in Indiana -- 12,000 of them in Monroe County -- have been left in the dark thanks to storm-related power outages.
Heavy rains Tuesday could result in some areas of central and southern Indiana seeing flooding rivaling that of June 2008. WFIU’s Daniel Robison has more.
In Kokomo, where one in five people is jobless, many auto industry lifers are choosing to get the education they passed up years ago.
Alvin Townley expresses his passion for adventure, by trying to answer a question millions of Eagle Scouts might ask.
Trees down, power out, August 4 storm strikes area.
Brown County Residents pick up the pieces after severe weather cut power and water on Tuesday.
Local Boys and Girls Club on the field with IU Football.
The Bloomington Boys & Girls Club visits Memorial Stadium to meet the football players on the start of IU camp.
Monroe Hospital has expanded into Bloomfield to serve the rural community.
A private medical center in Bloomington recently expanded to Greene County.
Monroe County Sheriff Jim Kennedy and Jail Commander Bill Wilson appear at odds over whether the county needs a new jail or just a transitional facility.
With railroad companies owing the Terre Haute more than $60,000 in fines, the mayor says there's little city officials can do to try to collect the money.
It's been a big month for downtown Bloomington with the opening of the B-Line Trail. Now a new, big piece of artwork is being installed.
Four female soldiers are part of the Indiana National Guard’s 1-19th Agribusiness Development Team, or ADT.
All positions included in the Monroe County council's 2010 budget will not longer be subject to the county's hiring freeze. WFIU's Regan McCarthy has more.
Senator Lugar was in town to speak and answer questions from local citizens at a Chamber of Commerce function.
Indiana Congressman Baron Hill was the special guest on WFIU's "Noon Edition" discussing healthcare reform.
Indiana University interns have proposed a number of programs aimed at making the school greener, but getting any into the pipeline is likely to be a challenge.
The war in Afghanistan affects not only the soldiers fighting it, but their spouses back home. And it has different consequences each time a loved one deploys.
American Postal Workers union members massed outside Bloomington's downtown post office Tuesday, protesting the transfer of some operations to Indianapolis.
Even as the nation struggles with a debate on health care, the talk in Bloomington seems more civil to the city's mayor.
With IU football camp at the half way point, the team is gearing up for a new season in the new stadium.
After six months of planning, the Monroe County Emergency Planning Committee staged a county-wide disaster drill in Bloomington today.
Despite a highly-touted state health care program and possible federal changes, thousands of Hoosiers could still be left without health coverage.
A new educational model that led to the creation of a new type of school based on hands-on training and computer skills welcomes its second class of students.
A state senator is saying he’ll hold back $53 million from Indiana and Purdue Universities unless the schools agree not to raise their tuition.
In the second part of WFIU's two-part health care series, lawmakers weigh in on other possible solutions to the Healthy Indiana Plan waiting list problem.
Talks between Kokomo officials and Chrysler corporation appear stalled on the issue of the automaker's multi-million dollar property tax obligation to the city.
Monroe County coffers will receive about a million dollars more than expected from the County Option Income Tax in the coming fiscal year.
Col. Michael Howard, Brigade Commander in the turbulent eastern Afghan provinces where the 119th Agribusiness Development Team operates, talks about the war so far.
The new Dean of Students greets his first freshman class. He has a new vision for the students, one he believes every student is capable of achieving.
A "full-scale" emergency drill conducted in August among Monroe County first responders seemed less than full.
Indiana state education funding formula is up for review, and experts feel alternative learning is the new key tool.