Governor Daniels calls the 2011 session a success while Democrats say some of the bills that were passed will hurt Hoosiers.
President Barack Obama has rescheduled a visit to Allison Transmission for Friday.
U.S. forces killed Osama Bin Laden early Monday in a hideout in Pakistan.
Indiana politicians and residents are expressing relief after learning of the death of Osama Bin Laden.
The lack of late night and Sunday hours for Bloomington Transit buses can make life even more difficult for some residents who rely on public transportation.
The legislation prohibits local governments from establishing ordinances regulating firearms…instead leaving that authority to the state and federal government.
The rallies are scheduled to take place around Indiana through Wednesday.
Not all public universities are pleased with the Indiana General Assembly’s recent 28 billion dollar budget.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District have begun releasing water from the reservoir into the tail waters which run into Salt Creek.
State school superintendent Tony Bennett says traditional public schools have nothing to fear from the voucher and charter bills.
There have been a couple calls to report problems, but they were taken care of almost immediately.
The event is held each year to encourage students to think before drinking and driving.
WFIU and WTIU recap the results from across southern and central Indiana.
Mayoral, city council races are settled early on primary day.
Primary-day finals from across the WFIU/WTIU area.
Goodnight cites stimulus in lauding city's turnaround.
In conceding, Hamilton pledges to "keep working on" the city.
Bloomington's mayor defeats his challenger in a 3-2 margin and in the council races an incumbent and a radio host are headed to the general election.
An already-flooded river is expected to rise in Jasper.
A full overview of mayoral and city council primaries from across southern and central Indiana.
Josh Bleill joined the Marines shortly after the September 11th, 2001 because of the terrorist attack against the United States.
Due to a mistake in a press release, Hoosiers calling in to a voter helpline Tuesday were nearly directed to an adult chat line.
President Obama is traveling to Indianapolis Friday to talk about rising gas prices and the country’s reliance on foreign oil.
Community leaders gathered yesterday at an Indianapolis health center to discuss a national school readiness initiative called "Reach Out and Read."
Indiana Recount Commission has set a hearing on the charge White was ineligible to run because he used an address on his voter registration that wasn‘t his.
As Kruzan clinched the democratic primary Tuesday night, so too, did some familiar faces in city council.
Both Columbus Republican Kristen Brown and Democrat Priscilla Scalf garnered more than 60-percent of their party’s votes.
Sixth District Congressman Mike Pence formally throws his hat in the ring Thursday morning.
Trump cites time and business constraints, possible conflict with presidential run.
Many Indiana residents are waiting to see if Governor Daniels will sign a bill causing Planned Parenthood to lose millions of dollars.
The average rainfall for April in Indiana is around four and a half inches. But double that amount fell on many parts of the state last month.
Daniels says the legislation is a step towards giving all Hoosier children a chance at a quality education.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation has approved an extended school day for all students in the district.
Indiana‘s latest economic forecast is less than three weeks old, and tax collections are already falling short of projections.
A report shows current Secretary of State Charlie White may have intended the voter fraud of which he's accused, but says it's "rebuttable."
One IU Professor says America’s response may seem savage and inappropriate, but the response is not unreasonable considering what bin Laden represents.
Mr. Obama says as long as he is President he will continue to invest in companies like Allison.
Record rainfall and flooding in Indiana continue to prevent farmers from planting their crops.
The worst area will be the bypass which is under construction.
Daniels has until Wednesday to sign or veto the maps.
A contributing factor is bottle feeding right before bed to help the child sleep.
Pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems should heat cold cuts until they are steaming hot to avoid risk of consuming listeria bacteria.
Some speculate Donnelly’s decision to run is based on the new congressional redistricting maps approved by the Indiana General Assembly.
The Pacers’ are out of the playoffs, but Indiana will continue to leave its footprint on the court all the way to the NBA Finals.
Though record rain fell in April, area contractors are still making good time on a Bloomington construction project which started more than one year ago.
Amazon is currently recruiting candidates for jobs at the Indianapolis facility.
State farm is trimming hundreds of jobs across the Midwest.
It was only three years ago when Forbes Magazine declared Kokomo as one of the nation‘s fastest dying cities.
Some ways to help fight childhood obesity are simple: having adequate play time, reducing time spent in front of a TV or computer, and eating as a family.
Daniels says Republicans and their eventual nominee need to offer serious proposals to combat a ballooning national debt.
The bill requires employers who contract with or receive grants from the state to verify their employees’ legal status.
Monroe County officials signed an emergency declaration last night in hope of receiving federal assistance to help pay for damages caused by recent flooding.
A member of the U.S. Homeland Security Advisory Council says even though Osama Bin Laden is dead the threat from Al-Qaida still exists.
Within ten minutes of the governor’s signature on the bill, the organization’s lawyers filed for the stay.
Wallace says his priority now is to work on increasing his name recognition in the state.
The company expects 2011 sales to grow by nearly 30% from $13.2 billion in 2010 to $17 billion.
A state law cutting Planned Parenthood’s government funding will not be put on hold after a federal judge denied a temporary stay Wednesday.
The first ever Martinsville Grand Prix is taking shape. The race features high-speed go-carts competing on a half-mile long street course downtown.
Richmond, Indiana financial advisor Don Bates has announced he‘s running for Indiana‘s 6th congressional seat, which is currently occupied by Mike Pence.
A crowd gathered outside the Criminal Justice Center in Indianapolis Wednesday to support five undocumented immigrants following their release from jail.
A recent accreditation to a city department from a national organization is bringing new resources to the community.
The IDHS will use the information to see if residents are eligible for federal relief.
State Senator Scott Schneider, author of the new law, says Planned Parenthood can restore funding by no longer performing abortions at its facilities.
Mrs. Daniels made it clear from the outset her speech wasn’t going to touch on her husband’s possible run for the White House.
The $12K fine is the maximum allowed by state law.
The organization collected about $30 thousand since the General Assembly announced it would vote on defunding.
The governor vetoed the bill because he believes it would violate the Indiana Constitution.
The Commission’s rate increase caps are three tiered – 2.5%, 3.0% and 3.5%.
The Monroe Co. Metropolitan Planning Organization held a public meeting to vote on whether to include I-69 in the county’s Transportation Improvement Program.
Monroe County Sheriff James Kennedy said Indiana gun laws were lax enough before senate bill 506 was signed into law Tuesday.
The abuse of prescription drugs is a trend that mirrors the rest of the nation, similar to that of the crack cocaine abuse of the 1980s.
The bulk of proceeds from criminals' seized assets will continue to go into the common school fund.
A Monroe County group and the state of Indiana could be nearing a showdown concerning the Interstate 69 extension to Evansville.
Hoping to take advantage of a window of dry weather, central Indiana farmers are scouring their land for areas that can be planted.
"It doesn't take them a lot of time," says one state health representative, "to get from eggs to hatching."
Howard County officials say a 10.4 million dollar check from Chrysler will help the city pay debt.
While many Hoosiers do use and have access to broadband internet, some rural areas near Evansville are still without service.
A Habitat for Humanity house is being built, but the crew wielding the hammers and nails is a little different from the norm.
Indiana's lack of unstructured debt and good standing in the global marketplace are strengths which tend to attract new businesses.
Planned Parenthood plans to extend service to its current Medicaid patients through at least May 21.
Michael Griffin, the man convicted of killing Indiana University English professor Don Belton, has been sentenced to 50 years in jail.
The Bloomington-Monroe County Deer Task Force will hold meetings on Wednesday and Thursday of this week at 5:30pm at City Hall.
Franklin College leaders say they hope talking with smokers who run afoul of a new ban on the practice will be enough of a disincentive to stop it.
The Monroe County United Way exceeded its goal for the 2011 campaign, but economic hardships made it challenging.
Martinsville's mayor says he sees benefits to both completing I-69 and stopping it short of his city.
Water levels reached their highest peak in years, though boat rentals and some campsites are open.
The move will save the school $4 million. The school will close next June.
Cook Medical Group has landed a new contract which will distribute one of its products to more than 50,000 health care providers.
Indiana residents can now use the free online service, saving them $4 per record.
The extended funding is due to an increase in donations.
An Indianapolis State Senator plans a challenge to an Indiana Supreme Court ruling.
Members of Bloomington's Deer Task Force will go into the community in June to survey where problem areas exist.
Now that flood waters have begun to recede, the state can begin assessing the damage.
As WFIU’s Sara Murphy reports, there is at least one group in the state which advocates for both Planned Parenthood and for a higher power.
IU officials say employees of the University’s School of Continuing Studies will keep their jobs for another year, but layoffs may loom after that.
April marks the first time Indiana’s unemployment rate was at least 0.8% lower than the national average since June of 2003.
Indiana currently has over 100,000 cell numbers on the list.
The Bloomington community came together to make a stand and offer a helping hand for children in Third Street Park.
Zoeller supports the rehearing of a Supreme Court decision denying a person the right to resist a law enforcement official’s unlawful entry into their home.
The 15 year old is not in pain, but his wounds have yet to heal, and a long recovery awaits.
Daniels says he does not want to subject his family to the stress of a campaign.
Current renters are staying put rather than buying homes and a record number of college graduates are delaying buying homes in favor of renting.
Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight believes the refinancing arrangement validates the Obama administration‘s decision to bailout the industry two years ago.
When the recession deepened in 2009, peak power usage plummeted by 12%. That trend should reverse itself this season.
The new location will allow families to eat together in a more traditional environment.
Thousands of Hoosiers are without power and several buildings are damaged. Trees are down all over Bloomington and many roads closed.
They will use computer models to track storms and hopefully predict when dangerous weather approaches.
Daniels says his 3 daughter's lives would be disrupted by his run.
The three allegedly stole about $200,000 from the programs, including food stamps.
Cleanup has begun from Monday evening’s severe weather which left scores of trees uprooted and some people displaced from their homes because of the damage.
Only four teachers will be laid off this year as opposed to more than 130 in 2010.
It took only one day for Leroy Barnhill to fill a trailer with donations of food, water and essential supplies destined for Joplin, Missouri.
An Indiana law eliminating federal funding to abortion providers in the state has caught the eye of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Kokomo’s mayor says he’s seeing signs beyond the repayment of back property taxes that may indicate Chrysler’s new leadership may view Howard County favorably.
Most of the money have come from 1st time donors.
Protesters organized using Facebook and Twitter updates.
Senator Vi Simpson says that her family would be supportive, but she has decided not to run for Indiana governor.
In a period when the state's unemployment rate has only recently escaped double digits, businesses are reporting a talent shortage.
Planned Parenthood of Indiana receives another extension.
Tornadoes, large hail to 3 inches in diameter, thunderstorm wind gusts to 70 MPH and dangerous lightning are possible in these areas.
Indiana State Police report of tornado activity east of Bedford. Duke Energy reports 65,000 people without power - REMC reporting 2,500 without power.
More than 60,000 Duke Energy customers were without power at the height of Wednesday’s storms, with almost half of those in Monroe and Vigo Counties.
The storms destroyed dozens of homes and buildings. Thousands of South-Central Indiana residents are without power.
According to Columbus and Greensburg Police Departments, there were no reported deaths or injuries.
An emergency shelter is now open at the First United Methodist Church in Bloomington.
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The Indiana ACLU says immigration is a federal, not state matter.
Two waves of storms tore through South-Central Indiana Wednesday evening.
Storm survey teams determined an EF-2 tornado struck near Bedford and a EF-1 tornado impacted the southwest side of Greensburg.
A Duke Energy spokeswoman says it could be a three-to-four day power outage for some Indiana customers.
The new health care law would greatly expand Medicaid, much of which is funded by the state.
Volunteers will meet at Am Vets building on Airport Road at noon to clean up after the tornado.
Two Yale students who believed Mitch Daniels was the best choice for a 2012 presidential run started the Students for Daniels group.
Carpenter is racing for Indy veteran Sarah Fisher. He is one of only 2 drivers born in Indiana.
The weather patterns blamed for tornadoes across the Midwest and South are finally improving.
Strong storms, lost trees lead to Indiana Arborist Association assessment.
Four-year police veteran James Lerg is found in Memorial Stadium parking lot.
Severe storms and tornadoes touched down in Indiana Wednesday leaving thousands still without power.
Indiana State Police remind motorists to be wary today of increased traffic along highways.
Mitch Daniels told Christianne Amanpour his wife and four daughters weren't thrilled with the idea of him running a campaign, in part because of privacy issues.
Riding in legendary Car 98, which Parnelli Jones drove to victory in 1963, was part of what made yesterday a day to remember.
A number of unknowns make future gas prices hard to forecast.
This Memorial Day, many people honored and remembered fallen soldiers, family and friends.
"An average number of mosquitoes caught for an entire week [in the past] would be about 600, and we were seeing over 9,000."
Hoy said he'd like to see legislation go a step further, and require radios to be hardwired into new trailers and traditional homes alike.
"It's so ingrained in how people communicate these days, especially younger people, that it will be almost like an addiction to try to overcome."
The most powerful was an EF-3 that touched down near Bedford.
Indiana University’s trustees have approved a tuition and fee hike for the coming two academic years, despite concerns from the school’s student body president.