An IU professor says efforts undertaken by the Obama Administration to help struggling homeowners have failed to stem a tide of mortgage defaults.
In the first of two-part series, WFIU’s Daniel Robison explores how Terre Haute became saddled with its combined sewer overflow issue.
Thanks to a temporary funding fix, some laid off educators in Monroe county will be coming back to work next year.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is asking for the public’s opinion on how to manage Indiana’s state-owned forests.
A grant has been awarded to a team of Indiana University researchers to study empathy.
This year a new school isn’t the only addition to Fairview elementary, the students also welcomed a new tower for the school’s summer residents.
Some Terre Hautians think the city’s CSO fix stinks – literally. They argue an open pond containing sewage will only add to the city’s already infamous odor.
One small business in Bloomington has found a creative way to guarantee affordable health care for its employees until reforms kick in four years from now.
While Indiana AG's office spends heavily to promote its database of $350 million of unclaimed assets, the state actually makes money from the enterprise.
A Morgan County judge set a trial date Wednesday during an initial hearing for county Health Officer Dr. John Reynolds.
The Twin Lakes Recreation Center welcomed the summer with both physical fitness and fun.
There are two other men running insurgent campaigns in Indiana's 9th congressional district who are not Republican or Democrat.
Bloomington's mayor says he will not consider rescinding his position on an Arizona boycott, despite a call to do so from the Chamber of Commerce.
A dam failure on the Indian Head Dam on the Whitelick Creek near Avon has prompted the National Weather Service to issue flash flood warnings.
The Indianapolis Zoo Opens a New Exhibit Featuring Cheetahs
Community Kitchen of Monroe County is beginning to expand its services as well as its facility.
A Bedford teenager has won a contest, and will attend the World Cup Tournament.
Monroe County Community School Corporation hosted meetings allowing community members to voice concerns regarding a possible referendum to raise revenues.
One of the worlds most respected endurance races passes through Bloomington.
With millions of aging Baby Boomers entering their senior years over the next two decades, competition among older workers is expected to grow.
Train robberies have a long standing tradition in Indiana, according to state historians
Bloomington Hospital spokeswoman Amanda Roach said the EMT’s there do not necessarily have EMD training, nor are they required to receive it.
Following a jump in home sales and the creation of an economic recovery zone in Howard County, Kokomo's Mayor says he sees his city at an economic crossroads.
Early last night, the old Coca-Cola building, in downtown Bloomington, officially opened its doors for the dedication of the new Middle Way House.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan talks about a law which could help save educators' jobs and about the future of school referendums in a down economy.
A referendum approved Tuesday by the Monroe County School Corporation Board of Trustees would raise property taxes about $0.14 per every $100 in home value.