Fans and IU Athletics prepare for first 2010 football game and the delays that come with it.
Indiana State University has a record number of freshman enrolled this year.
Terre Haute recognized as Indiana’s 2010 Community of the Year.
Though he says it’s not his budget to craft, Columbus’s mayor says he understands concerns the Columbus Township Trustee may be overspending for services.
The Monroe County Public Library cracks down on overdue materials.
Arts Alliance of Greater Bloomington aims to increase communication within the arts community and with outside groups.
The longstanding Nashville theater will no longer be used as Indiana University's professional theater venue.
Spelling bees are normally contested by children. On Friday, supporters of the Monroe County Community School Corporation held a bee for children.
Next January the African American Fraternity Kappa Alpha Psi will be traveling to Bloomington where it was founded almost 100 years ago.
Officials at the Indiana Department of Health are advising Hoosiers to start getting their seasonal flu shots.
Indiana Sports Corporation representatives are in New York to make their pitch for Indianapolis to join in hosting soccer’s World Cup.
The earth's largest snake on record is on display as part of a special exhibit at the IU Bloomington Geology Building.
Several hundred people in Brown County are at risk of losing their properties if they don’t make good on unpaid taxes.
The Monroe County Council is slashing its way to a balanced budget.
Brown County Assessor Steve Gore says a number of factor could prevent a a drop in property value for homes in the area of parcels affected by the tax sale.
Terre Haute and Vigo County officials may soon talk about whether ambulance consolidation is a budget-cutting option for the two entities.
Proper disposal of expired medications could harm the environment if not carefully contained.
Geography researchers at Indiana University have been studying forest productivity in Morgan-Monroe State Forest.
The anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks is Saturday, but Bloomington began commemorating Friday.
Road patching techniques are being blamed for damaged buses in Trafalgar.
The Indiana Supreme Court came to Bloomington to hear a four-year old case which seeks to determine who’s at fault when a teenager is hurt on a golf course.
Voters are being asked to submit questions for the October 18th debate between the candidates running for Indiana's 9th District.
New enrollment figures show an overall increase in enrollment on all IU campuses across the state.
The Election Board split 2-to-1 on a contentious proposition to create additional voting sites on IU's campus and around Monroe County.
Ivy Tech Bloomington Hospitality Program growing with current market.
Ivy Tech Community College hosted a ribbon cutting and dedication Tuesday night at the John Waldron Arts Center.
The Indianapolis library system is reducing its hours.
About 50 supporters rallying for a property tax cap referendum that will appear on the November ballot gathered on the south side of Indianapolis Wednesday.
The Census Bureau’s latest report on poverty shows a double digit increase.
The Columbus North High School boys cross country team is living up to a #1 national ranking...in part by not focusing on it.
The Ports of Indiana is warning about the potentially devastating impact of closing the Great Lakes locks system to deal with the spread of Asian Carp.
Indiana writer Matt Dellinger spoke with WFIU's Ben Skirvin about his new book and about the history of the I-69 project.
A candidate for Congress is pledging to not accept salary increases that go against the spirit of the U.S. Constitution.
An FBI report released recently reveals an overall crime rate increase of 24% in Bloomington
Citizens opposed to logging on public land are hoping to educate people on what they say is happening to the state’s forests.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels has announced who he’s chosen as the state’s next Supreme Court judge...
Bloomington business owners are counting on Lotus Fest to stimulate the economy.
Indiana State University's enrollment record means more revenue is coming into the University.
An IU researcher says African-American middle-school students are being suspended at an alarming rate, especially in large urban areas.
Ball State University has put together a task force of faculty members, students and a dean to look at how the internet is changing higher education.
Clarian Health System has begun discussions about a possible merger with Morgan County Hospital and Medical Center.
Construction on West Third in Bloomington is going to be delayed by about seven months.
Columbus Regional Hospital officials are suing the Federal Emergency Management Agency in an attempt to recoup costs associated with flooding in 2008.
There's an ongoing dispute about whether White River Township and the City of Greenwood should merge.
Efforts are underway to create a new resource center that helps ensure the most reliable and credible information comes from child sex abuse victims.
The Federal Highway Administration has instructed the Indiana Department of Transportation to allow more time to comment on construction of a portion of I-69.
The Indiana Attorney General’s office has filed suit against a single Indianapolis resident who’s accused of breaking the state’s Do Not Call law.
It's the first day of fall, but the temperature in Bloomington still makes it feel like summer.
Paid attendance was down at this year's Lotus Festival.
Officials are reporting that bed bugs have been found at the Herman B Wells Library on IU’s campus.
The National Weather Service has issued a fire weather watch for Thursday that affects much of Indiana.
In parts of Brown County, residents waited more than two years for government agencies to free up money to buy out damaged properties.
A student group held a conference to educate local residents about a provision in the health care law that went into effect on Thursday, Sept 23.
Warm temperatures, brisk winds and lack of rain are creating dangerous fire conditions, especially for farmers.
City employees in Columbus will receive a 2% raise.
Police say prescription drug abuse in Indiana is increasing. The State Police Post held an unused prescription collection Saturday.
Bloomington's downtown post office is relocating to South Walnut Street.
The League of Women Voters hosted a candidate's forum on Thursday for those running for the 3rd and 4th district Monroe County Council seats.
A $150-million mixed use development project is being planned for downtown Indianapolis.
A state budget committee has denied Ivy Tech's request for funding for a $20-million expansion project.
New regulations have a global engine maker in Bartholomew County gearing up for some big changes.
Hoosiers can now register to vote using their cell phones.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie and the State of the University Address.
Paul Roales wants to call attention to the state's unemployment fund by living on $390 a week.
The New Census report covers a number of economic indicators from unemployment to health insurance statistics.
The Monroe County School Board has approved a $1.9 -million improvement plan for work on one elementary school.
Acts of vandalism in a Bedford cemetery has community members repairing broken headstones.
Thirty-nine people will lose their jobs when a Wabash Valley plant closes at the end of the year.
Republican Secretary of State candidate Charlie White is facing questions about his voter registration.
A state lawmaker is pledging to re-work the state's alcohol laws this legislative session.
Columbus officials are incorporating resident's feedback and making changes to the city's thoroughfare plan.
It’s been absent for nearly a year, but now the Mason Ridge Fire Tower is back in place in the Morgan Monroe State Forest.