Nearly 200 people filed into the Evangelical Community Church Thursday night almost 4 weeks after 20 year old Lauren Spierer went missing.
Because of their variety, the new bills impact virtually everyone in some way.
Jury selection begins in Clay County today in the trial of a Martinsville teenager accused of shooting a former schoolmate.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is freezing the assets of three West Terre Haute town officials.
Thousands of Hoosiers may lose their unemployment benefits under changes effective today.
A meteorologist with the National Weather Service says a statewide policy needs to be put in place.
Charlene Spierer reiterated her pleas for those who have information to come forward.
The lawyer representing the 16-year old accused of shooting a classmate at Martinsville West Middle School has elected to have a judge hear the case.
The group says the voucher program violates law by providing tax dollars to religious institutions.
The autopsy scheduled for Tuesday should determine the cause of death.
The Center for Urban Health at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis will focus on the issues that affect people living in urban environments.
The Indiana Blood Center suggests donors come in and give "double donations" to help maintain supplies.
Hundreds gathered in downtown Bloomington to watch the city's annual parade to celebrate the Fourth of July.
Chief Deputy Coroner Alfarena Ballew says the body is that of an African-American woman, not the missing IU student.
The delay comes after officials expressed concern that the policy change would keep many kids from getting vaccinated for the upcoming school year.
In all more than 40 firefighters and all the trucks from the Bloomington Fire Department were dispatched to the building.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says the situation should be a teaching moment for all companies.
An afternoon hearing will be the first in the case of one of the youngest murder defendants in recent memory.
The Plainfield location will be the second in that city and the third in a small area around Indianapolis International Airport.
A disagreement between restaurateur Daniel Orr and Columbus city leaders has been resolved, paving the way for a new eatery in the city.
"The last month, all of us have put the political pressure on. All of Indiana's congressmen--both senators--have endorsed the project."
Would-be thieves have been electrocuted in the process of trying to harvest copper from air conditioners or electrical boxes that were still live.
The curtains are still closed on the stage of a theater in Brown County. However, community leaders are trying to raise money to reopen the doors once again.
Nobody was hurt in the crash that led to the first Indiana ticket given for texting behind the wheel.
Parker's organization has distributed about 800 bags in just three years.
Environmental factors may play more of a role in the risk for causing autism than genetic factors.
Police are working to determine how long the thefts from ambulances had been happening.
The Monroe County Courthouse is undergoing renovations. Offices closed today and will be closed again tomorrow while workers relocate to the Showers Building.
Academics and researchers from Purdue University are among those watching closely as NASA hopesto make its final space shuttle launch in Cape Canaveral today.
Regular searches for the missing student have stopped, but weekend events in her honor have continued.
A new study shows the nation's teen pregnancy rate is declining, but the number of eighth grade drug users is up.
State Impact Indiana reports on how schools are integrating a growing percentage of English Language Learners into Indiana's cash strapped classrooms.
The owners were not owed the money because they failed to maintain the sprinkler system required by a contract with Indiana Insurance Company.
U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett says his office remains committed to cracking down on criminals involved in gun offenses.
Senator Lugar said the fair tax plan frees up capital for individuals and businesses.
Achieve offers more than 80 courses, including English, Chemistry and Algebra. AP courses include history, calculus and biology.
Everything at the courthouse is being removed… people, bookshelves, and even small American flags. The last renovation to the Courthouse was in the mid 80s.
Thousands of members of Kappa Alpha Psi made a historic pilgrimage to Bloomington Thursday.
The house is famous for its intricate interior design and modernist architecture.
The trial in the shooting of a teenager at Martinsville West Middle School took a turn Monday which ended the bench hearing faster than anyone expected.
Keown said pharmacies are willing to take some cut, but not one as large as the state made.
"To date, we have over a hundred who have gone through the process, and we think that number will continue to rise."
Crews are in the process of cleaning yesterday’s train derailment.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security will send the appeal to President Obama once all of the new information is added to the request.
Lieutenant Governor Skillman will make a final push to enact local government restructuring next year, visiting all 92 counties in Indiana before her term ends.
The Honors College would enroll more than 2000 students starting in the Fall of 2013.
I-Step scores show continued improvement in 2011.
Cleanup at Indiana University’s Health, Physical Education and Recreation building is touch-and-go following a fire there last week.
Temperatures felt like more than 100 degrees today across much of Bloomington after you factored in the humidity.
Seeley, who was found dead, had been released from prison in 2010 after serving five years of a 12-year sentence for dealing narcotics.
The historic Medora Covered Bridge is now open to the public after its successful renovation
Terre Haute police are helping the family of one of their own lay him to rest.
The IDOE collected I-STEP attendance data to help determine whether some schools should be shut down because of poor performance.
Debate centers around a tower WTHI-TV hopes to build in downtown Terre Haute.
The committee was charged with finding out recommendations to assist with deer concerns in the community.
The health care exchange is intended to function as a tool for consumers to learn about their health care options and make more informed decisions.
Babesisosis attacks a person‘s red blood cells and if left unchecked can be deadly
Higher than expected tax collections and deeper than expected spending cuts padded the state‘s $830 million in reserves
Researchers studied the folic acid levels in hundreds of 15 year olds.
One official says solar energy is a real, viable and soon-to-be booming industry that‘ll produce real jobs for Hoosiers.
E-cigarettes have fallen through the cracks of FDA regulation because they’re not considered drugs.
Everyone who attended last night’s forum could agree on at least one thing: there are too many deer in Monroe County.
Preschool is not mandated in Indiana and funding for individual corporation programming can be hard to find.
Humidity and heat will both increase again next week.
Indiana lawmakers have billed charter schools as a way to boost test scores, but data show low-income students in public school perform better than at charters.
Governor Daniels said public servants deserve the extra money after reining in the state budget and coming up with a larger than expected surplus.
The net migration of students coming into Indiana was 8,382, though 15-20% leave after graduation.
The path was a collaboration between the United Way of Monroe County, Monroe Smart Start and Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department.
All weekend bikers will be riding to Bloomington, Bedford, Brown County and the Boogie.
Mississippi is the only other state to have fewer in-home care recipients.
A major section of West Third Street is closed as construction on the road nears completion.
The circuit breaker has lowered bills on all properties statewide by nearly $500 million.
State Police Sergeant Joe Watts said the Terre Haute Police Department will be closed through Tuesday morning so the department can grieve
The President of the American Council on Renewable Energy says the United States needs to secure its energy future to reduce threats to national security
The Chevrolet Volt, a next-generation electric vehicle, has come to Bloomington, but not without considerable effort on the part of its owner.
Soil testing is expected to wrap up tomorrow after sinkholes were discovered at the Monroe County Airport.
What are you doing to beat the heat? The heat index rose as high as 101 degrees today.
House republicans get their chance today to lay out their plan for solving the debt-ceiling stalemate.
The 11 year old boy accused in the murder of his 6 year old brother will be tried in juvenile court
Jonathan Blum will meet today with executives from area hospital systems, medical groups, health insurance companies and major employers in the medical industry
The state will not pursue an appeal of the preliminary injunction, instead focusing on opposing the permanent injunction.
This was Speaker Bosma's second trip to the country.
Temperatures in the 90s and high humidity will produce dangerous heat index values of around 105 degrees to 110 degrees.
Indiana Department of Homeland Security should have the appeal on the governor's desk by the end of the week.
The charges against the owner could result in a ten-year prison term and a fine of as much as $250,000.
Officials hope the new million-dollar facility will help save money in the long run.
A community program which buys air conditioners for the needy has doubled.
The rising budget is largely due to a new expansion of its Lake Monroe Water Treatment plant.
Only 19 of Indiana’s 92 counties have at least one charter school. In many in rural areas the nearest charter school could be 70-miles away.
Former federal prosecutor Susan Brooks is jumping into the fifth district congressional primary against Republican incumbent Dan Burton.
Overall admissions are higher compared to previous years. But, along with the greater numbers, there are added costs with staff, chemical and water usage.
If the heatwave continues through the weekend as forecasted, it would be the longest heatwave to hit Indiana in 40 years.
Advisors are planning to send their recommendation to Governor Daniels this week about how and when an audit of the state toxicology lab can proceed.
Mayor Ballard said he hopes upwards of 150,000 fans will spend up to two weeks in the circle city for the big event.
Under the current proposal it will cost $495 for the first child per household, and $425 for each child thereafter
A construction crew had been suspected of starting the fire since it broke out on July 5.
Indiana Speaker of the House Brian Bosma recently returned from a mission trip to Haiti - the second year in a row he’s visited the impoverished island nation.
Many Indiana schools rushed to complete contract negotiations temporarily avoiding a new law which limits collective bargaining agreements.
Precautionary maintenance will help keep homes cool and bills down.
The utility is asking residents to voluntarily agree to turn off their sprinklers and hoses through Sunday.
The lawsuit challenging vouchers says the program will unconstitutionally support religious education.
The state’s jobless rate has still dropped roughly two percent in just two years.
A half dozen chronically under-performing schools did not improve enough to be removed from the state's probation list.
Fiat aims to hold 57 percent of the third-biggest U.S. automaker by the end of the year.
Guests commemorate the legacy of an era for NASA in Lawrence County today.
Charlene Spierer reiterated that neither she nor her husband Rob will be giving up the search for Lauren.
The two Indiana school systems still in danger of having schools seized by the state say less drastic action is called for.
Two new bridges that carry State Road 37 over I-69, new ramp configurations, and a new southbound lane on I-69 among other projects will be part of renovations
The city of Columbus has made yet another top ten list.
Indiana police officers will be riding around the state this week in honor of their fallen colleagues
The five-year plan engages community groups, schools and health care organizations, targeting six specific areas for improvement.
The extreme temperatures of the last ten days may doom some of Indiana‘s mosquito population.
Electric utility officials say energy demands are high in these days of high heat, but they are still able to keep up with that demand.
The professor in charge says he hopes to use the experience to change the school’s curriculum.
Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist says President Obama needs to put forward a written plan for a debt ceiling deal, not just talk about it.
Rookie players will now be making half the amount their former rookie peers were a year ago under the new salary rules.
Study Committee Chair Phil Boots said the committee will likely invite public testimony at a later meeting.
The funds come from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and were awarded through Complete College America.
No relief is in sight. The National Weather Service reports the heat index rating to be in the upper 90s on Wednesday.
The lawsuit is seeking compensation in the form of removal of the affected trees, treatment for grounds still saturated with Imprelis
A lack of emergency shelters for families led an organization to assist those in poverty.
Gov. Mitch Daniels traveled to an extension of the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center Wednesday to take part in the groundbreaking of a new business incubator.
Indiana is the only state in the nation that doesn’t have different grades for theft.
Our StateImpact Indiana partners look at grading at Indiana's flagship universities, where nearly 70 percent of all marks given out are either A's or B's.
One recommendation the Commission approved lowers theft from a felony to a misdemeanor if the value of the items stolen is less than $750.
Since the early 1960’s the debt ceiling has been raised more than 70 times. So why is this time such a concern?
Daniels said Congressional Republicans need to accept that they can‘t solve the problem in a single stroke
The hot, stagnant weather is leading to an increase in potentially harmful blue-green algae at many Indiana reservoirs and lakes
The ISTA says a provision in the Indiana teachers' collective bargaining agreement is illegal
The first Chevrolet Volt has come to Bloomington, but not because General Motors is selling the car in Indiana.
Geologists were called in to test three sink holes, one as big as a house, to see how much work needs to be done under the airport runways.
The National Center on Accessibility’s study says some surfaces may put children with disabilities be particularly at risk.
The Indiana Democratic Party – which filed the complaint against White – appealed the Commission’s ruling in Marion Circuit Court Thursday.
Ideas presented to the committee included complete legalization and taxation of marijuana.
Committee looks into balance between fiscal responsibility and competitive leadership.
Warm weather and high nutrient levels are raising concerns about growing blue-green algae populations in Indiana's waterways.
IU Professor of Economics John Mikesell says the probability of Congress coming up with a proper solution isn’t looking good.