Monroe County's assessor will spend the next 18 and about $1,000,000 assessing the county's 60,000 plots.
Two grants from the National Science Foundation will allow Indiana University to expand its business of maintaining outside computer networks.
Monroe County ECA fundraising efforts fall short of their $750,000 goal. Stipends will be funded at 90-percent.
Brad Ellsworth's new proposals sound a familiar theme – cut down on the Washington lobbying which the former sheriff has tried to tie to his opponent.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett is holding meetings this month with teachers around the state.
The Waldron Arts Center continues to make strides as officials, Tuesday, announced a new leader at the center.
Republican candidate Dan Coats held a roundtable discussion with health care professionals at St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis.
The Monroe County Prosecutor‘s office has filed charges against a boater allegedly involved in a fatal collision on Lake Monroe June 28th.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong is cautioning against looking at the city’s bottom line in the wrong context during city council budget hearings.
The Columbus airport is going through some major renovations that could change the future of airport traffic.
As temperatures rose into the mid-90s Tuesday, Indiana University officials asked for electricity consumption to be curtailed.
Bloomington hosts national softball tournament that could generate millions of dollars in revenue for the local economy.
On July 28th, Bloomington, Indiana and the Stone Belt Arc welcomed seventy riders from the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity as they ride across the country.
Terre Haute’s mayor Wednesday would not rule out the possibility that some layoffs may still be necessary to meet budget constraints.
The Shalom Center in Bloomington opens a new location aiming to help people who are having trouble meeting their day to day needs.
Revenue in Monroe County from the special County Option Income Tax used to support Youth Services is down by about 15-percent from last year.
The Monroe County Council is imposing a hiring freeze on all county employees until budget discussions for the 2011 budget year conclude.
Indiana’s 92 county assessors have 18 months to visit each of their county’s land plots to update property record cards and adjust property taxes.
An Indiana lawmaker is driving dogs from Indiana to New England as part of a program that takes dogs from overcrowded kennels in the state.
National Transportation Safety Board holds hearings to review the October explosion of a tanker truck on the Northeast side of Indianapolis.
Indiana has 16 top ranked colleges, according to Forbes Magazine.
The money will be used in research to study CO2 capture and storage in the North Sea
Two Ninth District Congressional candidates were in Bloomington Wednesday to discuss recently passed legislation regarding teacher layoffs.
The theft of a bronze fish from an Indiana University fountain may not lead to the heeding of calls for more security cameras across the Bloomington campus.
Thursday afternoon, 20 math teachers from South Korea wrapped up a month-long visit to Indiana University’s School of Education.
Almost but not quite for the final push on stipends for MCCSC staff for funding ECA's.
Indiana is cracking down on so-called medical discount cards.
Members of the Bloomington Tea Party are headed to Washington to take part in a national tax policy protest.
Traffic at the Bloomington Speedway will slow to a stop Friday night because of the persistent high heat.
Recent data shows Indiana’s methamphetamine problem is getting worse. Terre Haute law enforcement officials are pushing for a different approach to the issue.
The man accused of killing Indiana University professor Don Belton had a pre-trial conference in Monroe Circuit Court Monday afternoon.
City construction crews and Indiana University officials are gearing up for the new school year with the introduction of new pedestrian islands on campus.
Indiana’s four big college basketball powers will meet in a non-conference doubleheader next year at Conseco Field House.
The President of Ivy Tech Community College is staying on for another three years.
With only about 2 weeks until the first IU football game, the players and coaches took a break from practice for team picture day.
MCCSC students and teachers began the new school year on a positive note today in spite of concerns over teacher layoffs and an uncertain budgetary future.
Bloomington’s Mayor says when the city council reconvenes to pass the 2011 budget, it will likely look different than it did when they recommended it in July.
Bloomington City Pools will be operating on a limited schedule from now until August 29th.
Indiana University employees are set to receive a salary hike if a proposal before the school’s trustees finds approval Friday.
Find out why the pork industry in the Hoosier state is so important and how the state is recovering from the perfect storm that caused the industry to topple.
Members of the Indiana University Board of Trustees say they expect to approve an average 3% raise for school employees.
The deadline to file for School Board races in the November election was noon Friday.
Fairview School finally opens new building after a two year process.
This weekend, you can help save the environment, while saving some money on second hand household goods.
Vice President Joe Biden was in Indianapolis Monday morning to announce the withdrawal of all American combat troops from Iraq .
Indiana’s top education official held a press conference last night, in what he is calling the state’s first “State of Education” address.
A Monroe County Community School Corporation Board of Trustees member has decided not to seek reelection. WFIU’s Ben Skirvin reports.
Employees of the Monroe County government now have a new option for health care.
Monroe County Community School Corporation officials disappointed with some suggestions made during the state’s first “State of Education" address.
Kokomo’s mayor says he’s behind a plan to cut the number Howard County township trustees. But one trustee says the move is not as simple as it might sound.
The Monroe County Council reviewed budgets from all taxing entities at their meeting Tuesday.
Indiana University students are back in Bloomington and spent today moving into their new residence halls.
There’s a meeting tonight in Greene County on the environmental impact of the I-69 extension.
IU staff is putting finishing touches on a new microscope that features break-through technology.
University-wide, more than 4,000 seniors qualified for the incentive for a total cost of about $1,188,600.
The Monroe County Commissioners have passed a resolution in opposition to Interstate 69.
Kokomo’s Best Buy store has begun selling weather radios in partnership with city government.
Monroe County Democratic leaders held a rally Monday to urge Republican leadership to change its stance on satellite voting in advance of November’s election.
An Indiana State Legislature’s Committee is meeting September 8th to discuss the effects of meth on state and local government.
A life size bronze sculpture of a world-renowned poet is the latest project of its kind to be unveiled in Terre Haute.
MCCSC Superintendent J.T. Coopman has begun to take his message of passing the corporation’s ballot referendum to the people who will vote on it in November.