Following Evan Bayh's retirement, the state’s Democratic party is forced to replace the man who’s been its most visible figure for the last two decades.
It’s been almost ten years since passage of the No Child Left Behind Act, but experts say test results show the law has failed to close the education gap.
A group of IU students headed to New York earlier this year to help mentor kids at a public school with a 90% minority population.
Monroe County officials say they’ve come up with a way to save about $60,000 a year by starting a health clinic.
Counselors often tell soldiers the price is freedom is high—very high. Not just for the soldiers, but also for their families.
As the first Agribusiness Development Team, or ADT, finishes up its deployment, the second ADT organizes to replace them.
IU President Guest-hosts WFIU's "Just You and Me."
In order to help the Bloomington Area Arts Council's debt obligation, the city of Bloomington has agreed to temporarily purchase the John Waldron Arts Center.
The Indiana National Guard's 119th Agribusiness Development Team, or ADT, has finished its mission to Afghanistan.
Student groups are calling on IU to transition away from burning coal – the top source of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere – in the middle of campus.
Bloomington's mayor is vowing to work on radio station WFHB's behalf with the John Waldron Arts Center's next owner.
Last fall, the Sierra Club began pressuring a handful of college campuses to end their use of coal. Indiana University, with its heating Plant, was targeted.
IU can’t begin to think about joining the climate neutrality club without a significant change in its stance toward burning coal on campus.
At least one state Democrat says he's not planning on making his health care vote the driving force behind his re-election campaign this fall.
The Campus Master Plan calls for a move toward carbon, and by extension climate, neutrality. But that idea is an abstract notion at this point.
Kokomo's mayor says he hopes when the state redistricts, the map will look much the same as it does now.
Currently, algae can do no more than inch IU forward in its long path toward eliminating its carbon emissions.
COMU event addresses concerns of discrimination in the community.
IU Athletics is putting finishing touches on their next major capital campaign project, the Basketball Development Center.
Despite abortion funding becoming a focus of debate before the health care bill’s passing, Planned Parenthood officials say they’re pleased with the outcome.
A group of IU professors attempting to build a boarding school for inner city school children in Ghana has filed a charter school application.
When a step team from Arkansas University beat IU’s in a national step competition earlier this year, voices inside step community voiced displeasure.