Almost 4,000 students in grades 6-12 remain unvaccinated in the Vigo County School Corporation, despite new state regulations.
A Purdue University professor says making property tax caps part of the state constitution won’t change much for the average Hoosier household.
Now that this year's trick-or-treating is complete, an Indianapolis dental practice has a new alternative for the collected candy.
IU Police say a group of African Americans attacked a group of Asian students Sunday, on IU's campus.
For people who vote on Election Day, Indiana law requires residents to present a photo ID before casting a ballot.
Every year the State Fire Marshall’s Office inspects haunted houses to make sure any frightening is done safely.
After months of campaigning, election day is here. Polls are set to close across the area within the next five minutes.
Greg Knott spent election day visiting polling locations trying to drum up last-minute support for his campaign.
Todd Young has arrived at his campaign party, hosted this evening at KRC Catering in downtown Bloomington.
The man who stepped down and allowed Evan Bayh to enter the US Senate will take his successor's place.
Republican Dan Coats is heading back to Washington.
Young battled democrat Baron Hill and libertarian Greg Knott for the Indiana 9th Congressional district.
John Waterman (R) has defeated opponent Steven Thais (D) for the Indiana Senate District 39.
Dan Coats delivered his victory speech moments ago in Indianapolis.
Democrat Linda Robbins has defeated Republican Candi Haley in the race for Monroe County Clerk.
Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney, Democrat Chris Gaal was re-elected this evening.
Current Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita defeated his opponent, Democrat David Sanders.
Indiana’s 9th District race came down to one question, in the end: Whose poll numbers do you believe?
Indiana’s eighth congressional district is contributing a new Republican congressman to the GOP’s new House majority in Washington.
In a year in which Republicans retook control of the Indiana House, two Monroe County Democrats managed to keep their seats.
About 60-percent of Monroe County voters came out in support of the measure which allows the MCCSC School Board to increase property taxes to cover budget cuts.
Monroe County Clerk Jim Fielder will take a new title January first: county recorder.
Voter turnout for this year’s midterm election was surprisingly high in Monroe County.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong has returned from a business trip to Asia, where he said the economic outlook is optimistic.
Baron Hill, one of three Indiana Democrats who struggled to hold onto politically marginal house districts this year.
Plans for the future are already being put into place after the MCCSC referendum passed.
Representatives of IU’s Asian-American Association say alleged hate crimes on the IU campus last weekend are an isolated incident.
As South Bend State Representative Pat Bauer transitions from House Speaker to House Minority Leader, he is wishing the governor luck.
Indiana’s unemployment rate is high and experts say the 2011 year may not offer any relief.
The Monroe County Commissioners say they can save the county money by spending about $7-million.
A new study from AAA shows two of every five drivers admits to falling asleep behind the wheel.
A robotics competition drew students from 40 schools to Bloomington over the weekend.
Bloomington’s YMCA is planning to expand due to the increasing demand from the city.
Indiana retailers says the recent rise in gas prices is a direct result of the increase in the price of crude.
The Monroe County Council has approved a tax abatement for Tasus Corporation, a car parts manufacturer.
Monroe County Council members voted not to subsidize animal control services in Ellettsville, but that doesn’t mean the town will go without assistance.
Dr. J.T. Coopman announced plans to end a tenure marked by efforts to stabilize funding at the financially troubled district.
Indiana Department of Education gradually transferring statewide exams towards digital formats.
The Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers is asking the state to ban high-alcohol, high-energy drinks being sold by retailers across the state.
The grand opening of the IU Cinema was held today. The theater will host film festivals, premieres and silent films with live music.
The B-Line Trail project in Bloomington is on track to be completed ahead of schedule. Crews today installed the pedestrian bridge above Grimes Lane.
The Indiana University Army, Air Force, and Police Academy came together this morning to show their support of veterans.
All this week, Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels has been in Asia.
The Kate Benns Sturgeon Fund hosted “An Evening of Conversation with Meryl Streep and Jane Pauley” at the IU Auditorium.
Donations to help the 14 people displaced by a fire which destroyed part of the Paoli town square Saturday are rolling in.
IU Dance Marathon is a tradition at Indiana University. Participants celebrated its 20th anniversary this weekend on campus.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce held its legislative preview in downtown Indianapolis.
Members of the Monroe County Plan Commission are hoping to take a vote by this December on an amended comprehensive plan for the county.
IU police have made a second arrest in a suspected hate crime. Nineteen year old Aldwin Shade turned himself into police Monday
A new study co-authored by an Indiana University researcher says the United States is not doing enough to keep its roads safe.
Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan said his city’s upcoming advertisements will focus on the MCCSC’s recently-passed budget measure.
Indiana’s Higher Education Commissioner and a state lawmaker see different sides of the debate over higher education funding.
IU celebrated Geographic Information Systems or GIS day by showcasing the power of information data systems and how it helps the state.
Beginning January 1, officials will no longer accept paper death certificates. The change is expected to improve accuracy.
President Obama and Vice-President Biden are visiting Kokomo on Tuesday.
A former Southern Indiana clerk-treasurer will be sentenced to almost three years in prison for overpaying herself for four years.
A plant closing in Greensburg will cost the community 230 jobs.
The White House is confirming President Barack Obama and Vice-President Joe Biden will visit Kokomo next week.
March of Dimes gives Indiana a score of D for its number of pre-term births.
Rainy weather during Tuesday night’s IU game brought out mops and buckets inside Assembly Hall.
With the holiday season approaching, many local residents are joining together to make sure the troops fighting overseas don’t feel alone.
With this weekend’s IU home game against Penn State being held... away, Bloomington business owners won’t benefit from the thousands of fans in town.
The iconic bell-ringers are out again for the annual Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.
For decades, Black Friday has been the traditional start of the holiday shopping season. But this year, Thanksgiving may steal some of the sales spotlight.
A Printpack official says some workers at the company’s Greensburg factory will move to its Bloomington operation when the Greensburg plant ceases production.
An Indiana University measure of the state’s economy shows the Hoosier State is experiencing growth.
IUPUI leaders and have signed an agreement with the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi to develop more cultural preservation programs for Native Americans.
Over the weekend bugs were found in two patient rooms at Bloomington Hospital. Then last week students found one of the pests at Bloomington High School North.
A National Association of Home Builders report names Indiana the most affordable housing market in the country and Kokomo 1st in Smaller Housing Market.
State health officials say Indiana is experiencing its largest outbreak of whooping cough, including two infant deaths, since 1959.
Today's opening bell of the NASDAQ exchange will include members of a Lafayette area non-profit.
New numbers from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development show Indiana's unemployment rate is about the same as it was one year ago.
According to the US Department of Agriculture, 1 in 4 Americans are currently on a government supported feeding program.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden traveled to Kokomo Tuesday as part of their Main Street tour.
It's fair to say the Upland Brewing Company is busting at the seams.
Monroe County Community School Corporation School Board officials say they have not taken any action towards replacing retiring Superintendent J.T. Coopman.
242 million turkeys are expected to be raised this year in the United States. WTIU’s Sara Wittmeyer reports on a local source of the traditional bird.
Indiana University football coach Bill Lynch and his staff have been fired, following the team’s 1-7 record in Big Ten play.
A panel convened by Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has begun to look at ways the state could save money on death penalty cases.
A group calling for reform of education gives Indiana a “B” for its laws making it easier for charter schools to exist and expand in the state.
President Obama’s decision to freeze salary increases for all civilian federal employees could affect as many as five to six thousand Hoosiers.
The director of Indiana University’s athletic department said he’s not afraid to spend money to lure a big name football coach to IU.
The 45/46 bypass construction in Bloomington is right on schedule.
Police are investigating more cases of vandalism against IU’s Jewish population.
An Indiana University law professor says a nearly 90-year old law could be used to prosecute people associated with WikiLeaks.