Researchers from Indiana University find the definition of what it means to "have sex" changes depending on what demographic is answering the question.
Earlier this week, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller joined a lawsuit seeking to declare new health insurance laws unconstitutional.
An esteemed Tibetan leader returns home to Bloomington's Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center to promote his new book.
Following passage of national health care reform legislation, Hoosiers have begun to assess what the new laws will mean for them.
Community leaders are celebrating a new grant that encourages healthy living.
A proposal to amend an ordinance requiring some Terre Haute second-hand stores to electronically report their transactions will come to a vote Thursday.
Brown County community members and junior high school students used art to give homage to the Native American heritage.
IU and Apple are teaming up to collect and recycle the electronics we no longer use before they end up in a landfill.
Bloomington is one of more than 1,200 communities nationwide to apply for a competition run by internet giant Google.
The City of Bloomington has found a buyer for the John Waldron Arts Center.
The governor and state superintendent hope REPA raises test scores, but some educators say a reduced emphasis on teaching methods could hurt Hoosier students.
Students at Templeton will stage a play they wrote about the state budget cuts, called “The Case of the Missing Librarian.”
Baron Hill talks about his 'yea' vote for health insurance reform and his recent trip to Afghanistan
An offshoot of Indiana University's School of Informatics has created a home which could one day see humans and robots living and working side by side.
Senator Evan Bayh returned to his boyhood home Friday to join ISU officials in dedicating the university’s college of education to the Bayh family.
Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan says he's opposed to at least one idea for limiting the city of Bloomington's deer population.
Bloomington used federal stimulus funds to buy 10 new solar compactors for the downtown area. The machines will save the money fuel costs for trash trucks.
The race for Indiana's 9th District seat could be a repeat of the four most recent elections, or, feature a GOP challenger new to the district-wide scene.
The WFIU/WTIU news bureau has won 38 awards from the Indiana chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
The newest facility from the IU athletics capital campaign is complete and formally dedicated.
General Motors announced Tuesday the company will invest more than $110 million in its Bedford Powertrain facility.