IU is working through the processes to integrate with Clarion Health Systems.
State Supreme Court Justice Theodore Boehm was celebrated Thursday during a retirement ceremony.
Indiana University is looking at ways to provide more options to students who need financial aid.
Budget officials say, while the school is currently financially sound, increasing cost and a poor economy could mean IU is heading for rough times.
The IU football team opens conference play with a 3-0 record for the third time in the last four seasons as IU preps for the home game with Michigan.
The Terre Haute City Council voted Thursday to not give raises to the city’s 89 “rank and file” fire fighters.
Police in Vigo County are looking out for drivers who violate Indiana's Stop Arm law.
Reported cases of whooping cough are reaching the highest levels in nearly half a century.
Monroe County Democratic Party Chairman Rick Dietz is pushing for longer polling hours in advance of November's election.
The Greensburg Community Bread of Life Soup Kitchen has begun serving patrons at its new building.
There are only four shrimp farms in Indiana and one in Martin Co. shows how they make aquaculture a sustainable business.
Kokomo sees an increase in the city's innkeeper's tax.
The public gets an opportunity Tuesday night to discuss plans to expand the Monroe County Convention Center.
The DNR is conducting a "goose reduction" after receiving a number of complaints about the birds.
Private funding from the likes of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will help bolster institutions like Ivy Tech Community College over the next decade.
Sixty-five counties in Indiana are now under burn bans.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels announced today the termination of Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Chairman David Lott Hardy, effective immediately.
New additions will be made to IU that will give the campus a new 21st century look.
Monroe County Council members are considering a tax abatement for Tasus Corporation.
State transportation officials say the number of car-deer crashes is down from a year ago, but the number is expected to spike soon.
The group faces as many a eight separate court actions ranging from foreclosures to contract disagreements
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An armored truck dropped a couple bricks of money Wednesday morning in Downtown Indianapolis.
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IU Energy Challenge kicks off today in front of the Sample Gates.
For a second straight year, a Hoosier has won a Nobel Prize.
Governor Mitch Daniels joined Bloomington officials to announce a hundred more jobs to Bloomington's west side.
Few opposition voices were in attendance at last night's League of Women Voters discussion of Public Question number two.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels still isn't saying whether he plans to run for President.
The head of the State Bureau of Motor Vehicles is being accused of public indecency.
October marks the start of flu season in Indiana.
The number of properties slated to go on the auction block in Brown County next week has been reduced by nearly two-thirds.
Department of Natural Resources teams are watching state forests in an effort to stop fires before they start.
A report commissioned shows Indiana and Purdue University are using their resources efficiently, but asks them to do even more.
Columbus’s Fred Armstrong says next month’s property tax cap referendum could hamstring future governments. But one lawmaker says there's no better plan.
Three local politicians used last nights League of Women Voters forum to voice their opposition to a proposed amendment to the Indiana State Constitution.
Indiana will have a new BMV commissioner after Andy Miller resigned following his arrest for public indecency.
October marks the start of flu season in Indiana and health officials say while H1N1 may not be an issue, the flu still is.
One student was killed and another was injured while walking to school Thursday. Police say a teacher was driving the car.
Convention center officials hope to acquire the 2 plots of land at a cost of about $5.3-million.
A unanimous vote by the Monroe County Commissioners has authorized use of the county’s innkeeper’s tax to purchase land for an expanded convention center.
A Ku Klux Klan publication titled The Crusader has recently appeared on the doorsteps of some Martinsville residents.
Despite the recent death of a student in New Castle, the Monroe County School Corporation is not making any changes to its transportation policies.
The recent high profile suicides of young people have prompted community members to call for action to prevent these deaths.
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences granted more than $2 million to Indiana University researcher Joseph Shaw.
IU President Michael McRobbie takes the citizenship oath on his 60th birthday.
260 people will lose their jobs when a Greenwood phone bank closes later this year.
Jackson Creek Trail, on Bloomington’s south side, is open after just three months of construction.
The Crossroad Connection shelter in Terre Haute is cutting staff so it can keep its doors open.
Voters have a rare chance to change Indiana's constitution this Election Day -- but some groups say it's better left alone.
Monroe County Council members are getting ready for the last step in finalizing the 2011 county budget.
Democrat Brad Ellsworth, Republican Dan Coates, and Libertarian Rebecca Sink-Burris participated in their first debate Monday on the IUPUI campus.
Bloomington’s Community Orchard is becoming a reality. Dozens of volunteers gathered this weekend for the first tree planting day.
A Bloomington company has ties to the mining rescue underway in Chile.
Education panel discusses concerns in the Indiana on K-12 education.
County budget passes and headed to state for final review and approval.
Some citizens unhappy about endorsement... calling the move a conflict of interest.
County Council members have completed the last legislative step needed for convention center.
Attorneys representing the man accused of murdering Indiana University professor Don Belton are seeking a change of venue.
Bloomington and Monroe County Officials are joining in their support of the Monroe County Community Schools Referendum.
The Brown County Animal Control Commission is proposing an ordinance restricting the amount of time a pet can be chained outside.
Greensburg School Officials are in the process of re-training teachers and implementing new classes relating to teen suicide and bullying.
One cyclist is still recovering at the hospital after being hit Wednesday on IND 446.
Indiana State University is giving raises to its faculty and staff.
About 215-parcels heading for the auction block after years of property tax woes.
Terre Haute’s mayor says the recession may be accelerating planning and construction of the city’s planned combined sewer overflow system.
Numbers released Thursday by Indiana University’s Center for Criminal Justice Research show the number of car crashes in the Hoosier State was down in 2009.
A Bloomington Elementary school that opened a new building at the beginning of the school year was officially dedicated today.
Drought conditions are leaving some Indiana homes without water.
The Cutter Cycling Team plans to make a run for another IU Little 500 title despite a recent accident.
Officials with the Attorney General's office say they are unconcerned about the dismissal of several provisions of a health care reform lawsuit.
A renowned Opera singer donated her personal recordings collection, as she prepares for a weekend filled with enthusiasm.
Former military lawyer and Boone County trial court judge to replace outgoing Justice Boehm
There is a growing need to for educators teaching the field of Linguistics according to one of the organizers of the 2010 Hispanic Linguistics Symposium.
Judge Steve David was sworn-in Monday, becoming the newest member on the State Supreme Court.
The US Postal Service is considering consolidating its Lafayette and Kokomo facilities.
Tony Bennett is holding forums with parent teacher associations around the state to talk about a new educational growth model.
General Electric plans to invest $93 million in its Bloomington facility.
Candidates in Indiana’s 9th District Congressional race sparred over Social Security and tax hikes during their final debate Monday evening.
With election day just two weeks away, Republicans and Democrats are canvassing the state trying to gain voter support.
A firearms familiarization course teaches women how to defend themselves with firearms.
Freeman Farms in Bloomington had to bring their pumpkins in from out of town this season due to the dry weather.
The new proposal suggests dogs should only be chained outside for up to 12 hours, and shouldn’t be outside between 10pm and 4am unless the owner is at work.
Terre Haute’s local NAACP office is reorganizing its leadership and electing new officers.
An Indiana University researcher has found it may be possible to predict the ups and downs of the stock market based on what Twitter users are saying.
State Route 44 is closing at the Johnson/Shelby County line for the next three weeks.
Bloomington’s mayor says an announcement of $93 million more in investment for the city’s General Electric plant does more than just boost the city’s economy.
Indiana has received $16 million to construct and renovate community health centers.
A new report ranks Bloomington 16th in the nation based on job growth, wages and technology.
Members of the Indiana National Guard were in Afghanistan to pass on effective farming techniques.
For Indiana lawyers, “ambulance-chasing” will soon be a thing of the past.
Most of Central and Southern Indiana continues to be under a “Red Flag Warning” for fire risk.
Western Governor's University is experiencing tremendous growth just months after being established.
Indiana State Police are beginning to patrol roads and highways in vehicles other than standard cruisers.
Despite a reduction in the momentum the Tea Party has created nationally, Hoosier candidates say the group’s supporters are making an impact on their campaigns.
Projections from the Indiana Business Research Center suggest Hoosiers shouldn’t expect a recovery from the recession for at least 12 to 18 months.
Nashville's Town Council voted Thursday to establish a redevelopment commission.
IU is trying to raise awareness of sexually transmitted diseases by offering free HIV testing.
The candidates running for Indiana's open U.S. Senate seat will meet again tonight for their second major debate.
In a city of about 200 people, the Williams community is forced to say goodbye to a historical landmark.
Contraceptives and sharpshooters were two solutions proposed at a meeting of the city's Deer Task Force Thursday.
Indiana University’s Kokomo campus has officially inaugurated its new chancellor.
A new survey says many states are lacking when it comes to dealing with pregnant prison inmates, including Indiana.
According to Modern Healthcare magazine, Terre Haute’s Union Hospital provides one of the country’s best work environments for its employees.
27 lawsuits have been filed against 10 consulting companies who claim their services are 100% guaranteed.
Officials with Columbus-based Cummins say they favor new fuel efficiency standards being proposed by the Obama Administration.
Democratic candidate Baron Hill stopped in Bloomington to make a short speech on Indiana University’s campus.
Indiana’s 4th Congressional District candidate Todd Rokita was in Ellettsville today to campaign and meet voters.
Nearly all of Indiana faces a moderate risk for severe weather this morning with high winds being the main threat.
The three candidates for US Senate met Monday night in Vincennes for their third and final debate.
Indiana University employees don’t have to complete a health assessment survey to qualify for a reduction in their health insurance costs.
The footprint of Cummins engine company in downtown Columbus is about to expand once more. A Tuesday announcement promised 350 new jobs within 18 months.
MCCSC School Board and Administrators say they are confident going into Election Day despite an increase in opposition to a school funding referendum
The oldest known piece of matter from the solar system can be found closer than you think.
A breast cancer advocacy group is targeting Indiana’s largest pharmaceutical company.
A Marion County grand jury has returned an eight-count indictment against Omnisource.
Delphi Electronics and Safety announced plans to invest more than $28 million in a new research facility and equipment in Kokomo.
Two science professors are to be the first in a series of IU lecturers appearing on the program
The Hoosier state receives a D- on the national survey of the treatment of incarcerated pregnant women.
What will the turnout be for next week‘s election?
The candidates hoping to win Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat appeared together for one of the last times before next week’s election on Thursday.
John Mellencamp will open up his "No Better Than This" tour at the Indiana University Auditorium Friday night.
Indiana University sustainability officials say a recent report comparing campus environmental should not be viewed as a comprehensive study.
The first half of a new bypass around the southwest side of Terre Haute has opened to traffic.
The candidates hoping to win Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat appeared together once again for one of the last times before next week’s election.
Last minutes changes among the candidates means changes to the ballot.
State officials make sure there’s a big difference between feeling scared and actually being in danger.