The Hoosier Honor Flight took World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington, D.C. for a day trip. Greg Parker has the story for WTIU.
For the first time in three election cycles, Bloomington State Representative Peggy Welch will have an opponent in November's general election.
Republican Todd Young will face off against Baron Hill in Indiana’s 9th congressional district in November, after winning Tuesday’s Republican primary.
With less than ten percent of WW II veterans still alive and more passing away each day, a group from Indiana has flown as many as they can to Washington, D.C.
It's been about three and a half years since the Bloomington city chicken ordinance went into effect. Here's an update to how that law is working out.
A Bloomington group continues a British tradition mixing beer and the schoolboy's game "hare and hounds."
The annual Bloomington Senior Expo found a new home this year.
Bloomington could soon feel the effects of the oil spill in the Gulf Coast as seafood providers contemplate fewer trips to Indiana to peddle their wares.
A gym in Indianapolis is encouraging Parkinson's sufferers to take the fight to their disease.
Dalai Lama visits Bloomington and arrives at Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Center.
Officials at the Terre Haute International Airport will auction eight airplanes on eBay to raise revenue to offset declining enrollment in their flight school.
Educators in the MCCSC are losing their jobs, find out what one educator has to say.
On his last day in Bloomington, the Dalai Lama addressed the press. Outside, visitors browsed the traditional Tibetan items for sale at the bazaar.
The Dalai Lama returned to Bloomington this week for the first time since his brother’s death to share what he calls “a message of compassion.”
Ellettsville is like many rural Midwestern communities: churches almost outnumber houses. But in this town, there’s one that's a little different.
Sebelius announced Indiana University would be receiving about $8.5 million from the federal stimulus package, to renovate a floor of the Clarian Hospital.
Long before there was Twilight or TrueBlood, there were vampires in Bloomington.
The Dalai Lama gave his final teaching Thursday morning to a sold out crowd at the IU Auditorium.
3rd District Representative Mark Souder is stepping down after admitting to an affair with a staffer.
A former lottery winner who's lost most of her cash says she knows what she'll do with the money the next time it comes her way.
A new report shows at least 1.3 million people in Indiana have preexisting conditions which currently bar many of them from obtaining health insurance.
WFIU’s Christopher Ayers has the story of what, if anything, wineries and breweries are doing to prepare for added competition this summer.
Despite statistics showing most people have had sex by the time they’re through with college, a small group at IU has banded together to buck that trend.
A political action committee headed by former Massachusetts Governor and 2008 presidential candidate Mitt Romney has offered its endorsement to Todd Young.
An IU professor adapts his undergraduate course about a famous Hoosier journalist for non-traditional students who lived through the subject matter.
Indiana Department of Transportation officials have opened bids for the 45/46 bypass expansion. But the road to the highway’s improvement has been a bumpy one.
A committee tasked with addressing the consolidation of Howard County and Kokomo government has endorsed a proposal set down by Kokomo's mayor.
Monroe County Parks and Recreation Department staff are preparing their latest water feature in time for Saturday's opening.
Milestone Contractors, which moved into a Bloomington office about a year and a half ago, submitted a bid for about $22 million.