WFIU begins begin a second installment of our series “Cultivating Afghanistan” with update on the ADT’s progress a in a Taliban-controlled district.
Today’s winter weather has boosted local business, but worries those plowing the roads.
The first significant snowfall this winter in south-central Indiana sent snowplows scrambling to clear the roads and officials scrambling to pay for it.
A Bloomfield company is creating jobs along with its foam and metal packing materials.
Despite the best-laid plans of the Agribusiness Development Team, sometimes there are still walls built -- literally -- between villagers and the military.
WTIU Videographer Bill Shaw showcases some winter scenes from around Bloomington, Ind. and Leonard Springs Nature Park.
Mayor Fred Armstrong officially opened the Census Center in Columbus on Tuesday. The Census Center will lead most of the Census efforts in South Central Ind.
A graduate student at IU is using Facebook and Twitter to contact friends in his troubled homeland of Haiti.
A Tipton County Judge has ruled property waivers signed by residents on Kokomo’s west side are invalid, creating a hurdle for the city’s annexation plans.
In this segment of his series “Cultivating Afghanistan,” Reporter Doug Wissing chews on the matter of feeding an army…
WTIU's Dave Leno talks with The Herald-Times' Dustin Dopirak about the team's positives and negatives at this point in the season.
A media survey on the IU campus turned up around half a million items, most cared for and stored properly for future generations until an unusual discovery.
Members of the Bloomington community gathered Monday to commemorate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Indiana University anthropologists aim to preserve a Native American language only spoken by fewer than 40 mostly elderly people.
From now on, when people ask me what I did for my birthday in 2010, I know what I'm going to say.
It took me about 19.5 hours to get from Bloomington to the baggage claim at Pope John Paul II Airport in Krakow. Of those, I estimate I slept about two.
The Indiana National Guard Agribusiness Development Team, or ADT, has been lucky to suffer few serious injuries during its tenure in Afghanistan.
The 2010 Legislative Breakfast was held Friday morning on Indiana University Bloomington's campus to discuss various concerns of Hoosiers.
U.S. aid workers making their way to Haiti are packing a must-have item in their knap sacks that comes almost exclusively from Indiana University.
Last season the IU men's basketball team won its only Big Ten game against Iowa. But this go-around, the Hawkeyes got some revenge at Assembly Hall.
On Monday and Tuesday, the group got its first look at the companion concentration camps, Auschwitz and Birkenau.
In Evan Bayh’s five statewide races so far, he’s crushed opponents. And until recently Bayh’s seat was considered safe yet again in this November’s elections.
Ninth District Republican candidates Mike Sodrel and Todd Young appeared together on the campaign trail for the first time Monday night in Bloomington.
A group of students participating in Batchelor Middle School's "BTV" program have made the trip to witness the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
WFIU's Stan Jastrzebski has arrived at the ceremony commemorating the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
WFIU's Stan Jastrzebski has spent the last week touring concentration camps in Poland in advance of the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
It's our final day in Poland and I'm glad I'll end the trip here with one of the most overwhelming senses of pride I've ever felt.
On Friday, Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett met with one of four Deputy Mayors of Krakow, Poland to learn how that city has turned its image around.
The Community and Family Resources Commission and the Monroe County Circles Initiative hosts "A Poverty Simulation" at the Banneker Community Center.