Black history month kicked off yesterday with the Indiana University School of Education’s 8th Annual African American Read-In.
"Tell your story" was the theme of Tuesday's Hoosiers for Higher Education rally at the Statehouse.
Although industry is subject to regulations and the focus of an ongoing debate over those regulations, Hoosier households aren’t held to the same standards.
Some offenders seek traditional court, and opt out of the drug court program. Monroe County officials state the drug court system could be the new norm.
Speaking in Bloomington Thursday, newly minted congressional candidate Todd Rokita continued his push for redistricting reform in the state.
In this segment of WFIU’s ongoing series “Cultivating Afghanistan”, reporter Douglas Wissing reports on the team’s efforts to combat Afghan corruption.
It was an old fashioned Indiana barn-burner Thursday night when the #7 Purdue Boilermakers defeated the Indiana Hoosiers at Assembly Hall, 78 to 75.
Indiana Public Broadcasting's Dave Leno talks with Ken Bikoff, the editor-in-chief of Inside Indiana magazine, about signing day and 2010 expectations.
Some may consider the hula-hoop a child’s toy, but the Hudsucker Posse will tell you otherwise.
A winter storm warning remains in effect until 1 PM Wednesday.
District 46 State Representative Vern Tincher announced today he will forgo running for re-election this fall.
Several bills filed this legislative session focus on reforming or eliminating government at the township level.
Few Bartholomew County Democrats are running for seats up for grabs this November. This has inspired a special recruitment committee to field Dem. candidates.
Senator Evan Bayh's announcement that he will not seek re-election leaves just a single Democrat, Bloomington restaurant owner Tamyra D'Ippolito, in the race.
By offering four cars for rent, the goal is to encourage IU students to lessen the clog near campus by sharing vehicles instead of driving their own.
Tamyra d'Ippolito says she did not need to file 4,500 signatures since she’s the only candidate that has filed papers seeking the Democratic nomination.
Eighth District Representative Brad Ellsworth will decide within the next day or two if he will throw his hat in the ring to replace Senator Evan Bayh.
For two decades the drug court system has allowed substance abuse victims to plead guilty to the majority of crimes committed.
Bloomington restaurant owner Tamyra D'Ippolito is refusing to say much about her legal plans to become the Democratic nominee for state's open Senate seat.
Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan says he’d pick a local candidate to fill Evan Bayh's seat, if given the choice.
Parents and politicians alike were given a chance Wednesday to air their displeasure with an MCCSC proposal which would cut 75 jobs.
As the Indiana National Guard 119th Agribusiness Development Team returns home, some members face medical issues.
Though Forward Operating Base Salerno has seen relatively few casualties, there are still insurgent attacks on the base where the team is stationed.
We take you to the Frank Southern Ice Arena to learn more about Bloomington's high school hockey team the Bloomington Blades.
8th District Congressman Brad Ellsworth announced in an e-mail Friday that he plans to run for the U-S Senate seat soon to be vacated by Evan Bayh.
WTIU was granted access to the set-up of the North American tour of "Jesus Christ Superstar" to find out how Broadway comes to Bloomington.
Following a Tuesday meeting of the MCCSC's board, parents and politicians alike were given a chance to speak on Wednesday. WTIU's Austen Williams has the story.
The Bloomington Eats Green conference came to IU at the end January, and the tastiest event was Hog Heaven, featuring a local pig prepared by local chefs.
Military contractor Kevin Suddeth says he plans to focus on education spending and I-69 in his attempt to unseat State Representative Matt Pierce.
More than 45 companies participated in an Intern Fair at Alumni Hall.
Find out what Indiana University's Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and the School of HPER are doing to contribute to the relief effort in Haiti.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie Tuesday announced the creation of a committee charged with considering new academic programs.
In his first State of University address since 2008, McRobbie spoke of the many things that have changed in Bloomington and the country in the past 16 months.