As a response to concerns from the State Budget Committee, IU's President has begun a program which could offset some of the school's planned tuition increases.
The Mayor of Columbus says he's in favor of creative new fees which could help offset budget cuts both in his city and in the county at large.
Bloomington economic leaders say a packaging company could leave town if a tax abatement is not approved for a new eco-friendly building.
As the Monroe County Council has prepared for budget hearings, one member has often served as both a participant in the discussions and a distraction to them.
Eastern Kentucky's Colonels come into newly remodeled Memorial Stadium for a prime time game.
Baron Hill sought to ensure people who already have health insurance they won't be hurt by changes proposed in the healthcare reform bill before Congress.
WTIU's Dave Leno gets fans reaction to the newly remodeled Memorial Stadium after the season opener.
Corn nearly ready for harvest has parts of Indiana bearing a deep golden hue this time of year. But there's actually gold – the rare metal – in Indiana as well.
From complex paperwork to transporting reclaimed car metal, complications of Cash for Clunkers have raised concerns in several participating business sectors.
The Indiana state's education funding formula has generated much debate. One expert has concerns about the accountability of the public school system.
Campus police say keeping pedestrians safe from drivers is a hard problem to control, but other campus leaders say fewer building projects may be a start.
A state senator says Indiana's funding formula is in such flux the best solution may be starting from scratch.
Members of the Bloomington community gathered Friday to commemorate the tragic events eight years prior.
A highway project design could enhance or inhibit Bloomington businesses on the east side of town.
Bloomington's mayor says he hopes an agreement can be reached to paint more crosswalks on streets through the Indiana University campus and educate users.
A group of Indiana University students associated with the Sierra Club Wednesday launched a campaign to make the college's Bloomington campus coal-free.
A small clinic in Clay City is at the forefront of a national debate -- the push for an electronic medical record-keeping system.
Hearing the words “outhouse” and “runs” in the same sentence might conjure thoughts of abdominal distress.
Kokomo's mayor says he thinks even if the city builds a new fire station, he may not have to re-hire some firefighters he'd earlier laid off.
With one year under his belt, Indiana Basketball coach Tom Crean took his Tuesday evening to address the student body at the IU auditorium.
WTIU's Dave Leno reports IU coach Bill Lynch is gearing up his players for not only a tough game, but an intimidating atmosphere.
Local officials are guarded about the county’s relationship with Printpack but clearly aren’t happy with the company’s tactics
Investigators in Brown County have determined the fire that burned down the Little Nashville Opry on September 19th was intentionally set.