The deadline to file federal and state taxes is April 17.
The photo ID requirement is intended to stop cheating on the tests.
Massa begins his work today as the state’s 107th Supreme Court justice.
The Department of Labor made the Soccer Referee Committee change its policy on the age of referees.
College graduates are taking more alternative tracks into teaching that don’t involve going back to school for another four years.
Henryville students are attending a makeshift school at the Mid-America Science Park in Scottsburg.
Menahem Pressler will be the 9th recipient of the Yehudi Menuhin Prize.
The Indiana Attorney General says the rise in claims is because of better detection methods.
Joe Donnelly says he will invest more in education funding for areas that spur job growth.
Frank Sullivan is the third justice to step down during Gov. Mitch Daniels' tenure.
Two Richland Township employees were paid for what should have been unpaid leave.
Brown County is being forced to put off paving some of its gravel roads because of a funding shortage.
University officials say the IU coal plant is ahead of EPA regulations.
After five weeks of testimony, the lawsuit between the state and IBM is drawing to a close.
The Martinsville School Board is investigating whether inappropriate conduct between the school's basketball coach and a student was an isolated event.
Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight will join the Center for National Policy.
The report from the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ranked all of Indiana's 92 counties.
Attorneys made their closing arguments in court regarding the dispute between the state and IBM, which was hired to remodel Indiana's welfare system.
Cook Group is funding the restoration of the Tivoli Theatre as a part of Indiana Landmarks.
The system is designed to reach people in a more concise way allowing them more time to respond to potentially deadly storms.
The audit says some courses at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College were improperly classified, making students taking those classes ineligible for federal grants.
The Bloomington City Council meeting begins tonight at 7:30.
Someone vandalized a Jewish Studies poster on the Indiana University campus.
A bill that passed the Indiana legislature moves the Indiana School for the Deaf’s outreach services to a new center for deaf and hard of hearing education.
Bloomington police said he inquiry into Illinois remains were routine procedure.
IU officials have not revealed why they might close the Office of Women's Affairs, but a committee is gathering to discuss the possibility April 11.
The Indiana University Police Department was able to identify the juveniles based on security camera footage.
Mayor Kristin Brown says she accepts the city council's decision to keep the loan taken for a sports complex but does not agree with the decision.
Six honorees, including the Gary Mayor and Lieutenant Governor Becky Skillman, were celebrated at a ceremony commemorating the death of Martin Luther King Jr.
Six-term Republican Sen. Dick Lugar of Indiana is facing his first primary challenge since winning the job in the 1970s.
Bloomington’s City Council voted last night in favor of installing speed cushions to slow traffic along West 3rd street in the Prospect Hill Neighborhood.
The state says IPS has created a series of obstacles, from not turning over student records to removing computer monitors and food-service equipment.
The Indiana Department of Revenue's error caused more than $200 million to be withheld from counties across the state.
The Sunshine Review gave Indiana an A- for government transparency, but an earlier report gave it an F for public access to information.
The state announced recently that it had not distributed more than $205 million in Local Option Income Tax funds.
WellCare Health Plans Inc.has reached a deal with nine states and the federal government over fraud allegations.
Join a radio program and live chat with Indiana University Athletic Director Fred Glass at noon on Friday.
A USDA study shows there is ample land at Indiana airports for solar farms, wind turbines or biofuel crops.
The base rate for an acre of farmland is supposed to reach $2,000 by 2015. It was $500 in 2000.
Brown County has been forced to put off some of its plans to pave gravel roads because of budget constraints.
The Hoosier National Forest has received funding through a national fund, which receives its money from offshore drilling fees.
More than half of Indiana counties lost residents in 2011.
A recent study published by The Wall Street Journal ranked Indiana Men’s basketball the third most valuable program
Previously, MCCSC only had enough funding for half-day kindergarten, so parents wanting to enroll their children for the full day had to pay the difference.
IU athletics director Fred Glass says he wants to hire coaches on long-term contracts because it brings stability to their programs.
Bloomington residents gathered on the town square to protest against a white supremacist.
Johnson County and other nearby counties are reporting the fastest start to housing construction in several years.
Most of the tornado debris has been picked up and now rebuilding is starting in Southern Indiana.
Today is the deadline to register to vote in the May 8 primary election.
Eli Lilly manufactures the new Alzheimer's drug.
Kokomo officials are making the final changes to an ordinance that update on the city’s rules for dog owners.
Early voting began throughout Indiana on Monday, and Monroe County is expecting a large turnout.
Vigo County says it expects increased enrollment in its full-day kindergarten program this year.
Sony has not announced which of its plants will be included in its plans to lay off 10,000 employees worldwide.
Environment America says Indiana releases 27 million pounds of toxic chemicals into its waterways in 2010.
Law enforcement and legislators are getting the word out so shop owners know what’s on their shelves.
The school anticipates significant growth this year and they hope about 2,500 students will enroll before next school year.
Super Bowl officials had originally thought the event would cost $4 million, but estimates now show it cost $3 million.
The budget passed in the U.S. House of Representatives would take away some of the state's funding for Medicaid and Medicare.
General BioTechnology is one of the most comprehensive cell storage companies in the nation.
The school board began an investigation into faculty and staff misconduct several weeks ago.
The caller claims to be from a credit union and requests bank information.
Indiana has been chosen the number-one team in the nation for the upcoming season in several preseason polls.
The Indiana State Fair Commission will receive the reports during their monthly meeting Thursday.
A committee recommended at last night’s board meeting that the district keep the current schedule and maintain the current length of the school day.
A group of about a dozen protestors occupied the IU Fine Arts building Tuesday night.
WFIU will be live streaming the Lugar-Mourdock debate on Wednesday, April 11 at 7 p.m.
A social work group from Indiana University says they have mixed feeling on the state law.
The state Department of Revenue found out about a programming error earlier this month, giving millions back to counties this year.
Oliver Winery brought in a helicopter to its Creekbend Vineyard to keep its grapes from freezing in Wednesday morning's frost.
Hoosiers For A Commonsense Health Plan hosted a debate Wednesday for 9th District Democratic candidates.
Most of the candidates, in one way or another, advocated for a universal healthcare system.
One candidate has withdrawn leaving seven on the primary ballot.
Republican Senate candidates Richard Lugar and Richard Mourdock kept it positive Wednesday in their only scheduled debate.
The reports from two investigations into the state fair stage collapse will be released today.
A report shows the number of tornadoes in Indiana merits the state's inclusion in "tornado alley."
Governor Daniels ranks third in the nation in popularity.
Tony Stewart and Columbus Mayor Kristen Brown are attending a reception hosted by President Barack Obama this month.
The Indiana Budget Committee is meeting Friday to discuss the Department of Revenue's programming error.
A formal presentation will be presented, followed by a question and answer session. INDOT will then take public feedback on the plans.
More than one hundred witnesses were questioned…though employees of the company that built the stage declined.
Concerned about increasing tuition, roughly two dozen protestors — mostly students — ‘occupied’ a meeting of the Indiana University Board of Trustees.
The bill would end six-day mail delivery, close post offices and begin to phase out door-to-door delivery entirely.
State Superintendent Tony Bennett announced Indiana would participate in the National Math and Science Initiative that seeks to boost AP course participation.
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Genetic diversity in honeybee colonies has been shown to increase the amount of good bacteria.
The Indiana Department of Education has put increased focus on increasing students’ participation in college-level courses in high school. Is that a good thing?
The State Budget Committee has called for an audit to look into a programming error that withheld $206 million from county governments.
Mitch Daniels has named Mike Alley the Department of Revenue Commissioner.
Car salesmen in Bloomington say their sales of used cars have increased since last year.
A summer study committee will look into recommendations for stage construction requirements.
A version of the federal transportation bill that would eliminate MPOs has passed the Senate.
Since Romney has all but won the Republican presidential nomination, Indiana is no longer a factor in the presidential primary.
INDOT is holding a meeting Monday evening to present its plans for the next section of I-69 to the public.
Six candidates are running for the 6th district after two dropped out last week.
A Vigo County resident is seeking to have his land rezoned so he can drill for oil.
While aviation-related property is usually tax exempt, land the Columbus airport leases to developers is taxable, according to the Bartholomew County assessor.
The ceremony will take place at 10:30 a.m. about 16 miles southwest of Bloomington.
Fair workers will use new electronic scanners to admit attendees.
The information is meant to help schools learn more about how well-prepared students are as they leave high school.
As early voting for the May primary begins, Monroe County election officials say voting is going smoothly in new locations around the county.
The cuts saved $878,715 from a budget that was $800,000 in the red.
The proposal now goes to Mayor Ballard's desk for approval.
The Vanderburgh County Prosecutor wants handwriting samples from four people charged with forging signatures in 2008.
Officials from INDOT broke ground on the section of Interstate 69 that will connect NSA-Crane with Monroe County just south of Bloomington.
A new report from the National Women’s Law Center, a women’s advocacy organization, shows that women in the US earn 77 cents to every dollar men earn.
Monroe County's Hoosier Hills Food Bank receives a large donation.
The IHSAA is taking a straw poll at each meeting and will release the results of those votes.
Zoeller says an investigation is underway and that impersonating a government agency to make political calls could result in serious legal consequences.
Republican Pete Miller fills the vacancy left by Senator Connie Lawson, who is now secretary of state.
Indiana University is offering a discount on its summer courses this year.
The state budget error withheld millions from counties around the state, and county officials say that caused some major changes.
Governor Mitch Daniels endorsed Romney but says the he will not be chosen as a vice presidential candidate.
The Columbus City Council voted unanimously to eliminate the trash fees in the city.
Martinsville has been searching for a new high school boys basketball coach.
Martinsville Business owner Scott Wayman is bidding for the Opry.
The Columbus Area Arts Council held their annual meeting Wednesday.
Griffy Lake in Monroe County and Salt Creek in Brown County will benefit from the grants.
ISP is increasing patrols in Owen and Green Counties beginning April 20.
Ostrom will appear in the Time 100 list released in an April 30th issue of the magazine.
The grants are meant to provide an incentive to implement new evaluation standards required by state law.
Indiana missed the deadline to apply for aid from the federal program GEAR-UP.
Griffy Lake will be part of a sediment removal project, funded by a grant from the Department of Natural Resources.
ISP increases efforts to stop underage drinking around select college campuses across Indiana
Indiana is 4th on the list of clean energy jobs in the U.S.
The Indianapolis smoking ban exempts some specialized businesses.
In a recent survey, 36 percent of U.S. teachers reported seeing time for collaboration with their peers decrease over the past year.
President Matt Branam — a Terre Haute native — died after suffering an unspecified "medical emergency" in his office on Friday morning. He was 58.
The unemployment rate fell for the fourth straight month in March.
Indiana's third District Congressman is supporting a measure that would decrease the amount of people who qualify for food stamps.
Kathy Kirk is accused of misappropriating more than $85,000 of school funds from Mitchell Community Schools.
IUPD officers are preparing for the Little 500 weekend with a remote jail booking program.
IU administrators say they will host another meeting with students early next week.
A recent report from the Center for Disease Control says one in 88 children has autism. Doctors say this could be the result of more diagnoses.
Indiana produces a significant amount of biofuels that could potentially be used in commercial and military airplanes.
Monroe County celebrated the completion of its project to install solar panels on the Showers Building where the county's government offices are housed.
Police issued 258 tickets during Little 500 weekend in Bloomington, a record number.
Indiana University sophomore Linden Whitt, 20, fell eight feet from an apartment balcony early Friday morning. She died of neck injuries Saturday afternoon.
A service for the campus community will be held Saturday.
Education Leaders say they are more concerned about keeping current students than recruiting new ones from other schools.
Bingo parlors and other institutions which offer gaming say the single exemption is unfair.
Bloomington's Little 500 again drew crowds as teams battled for the title.
ThyssenKrupp Presta Terre Haute, LLC says it plans to hire 120 new employees by next year.
Senate candidates Richard Mourdock criticized Senator Richard Lugar in a forum Monday for his stance on judicial nominees.
U.S. Marshalls say they are trying to locate unregistered sex offenders by partnering with Indiana sheriffs.
The Honda manufacturing plant in Greensburg began producing the Acura ILX hybrid.
The Event Alliance gathered in Indiana to establish standards to be used on outdoor stages throughout the U.S.
The U.S. Attorney says he is teaming up with other federal agencies to tackle public corruption.
At a meeting tonight, INDOT will review initial designs of the section of I-69 that will pass through Bloomington/Monroe County.
Indiana's Sex Offender Registry is maintained by individual counties and sheriffs are asking for it to be standardized.
The parents of missing IU student Lauren Spierer say they will continue to search for their daughter even though they don't think she's alive.
Cummins officials say they will invest $219 million in the Seymour expansion.
Johnson County Deputy Prosecutor Doug Cummins has been named the special prosecutor in the case.
Rose-Hulman has appointed Vice President Rob Coons to serve as interim president.
The new regulations apply to wood coming from all counties in the state. Old regulations affected only firewood from certain counties.
John Gregg is pushing Republican candidate to explain his views on abortion.
State Superintendent Tony Bennett met with the Select Commission on Education for the first of five meetings.
Home sales are up in Indiana, according to the Indiana Association of Realtors.
Five Democrats will vie on May 8 for the right to face off against incumbent Republican Todd Young.
Section 5 of I-69 includes a number of options for interchanges along a route which mostly follows the existing State Road 37.
Monroe County Community School Corporation officials say they'll be able to avoid the layoffs that other corporations are forecasting for this year.
Yellow cards that contain polling information are not required to cast a ballot.
One researcher says that people are using fake tweets to give the appearance that a candidate is more popular than he/she really is in the social media world.
Indiana is redistributing millions of dollars that were leftover from the money set aside for school vouchers.
Cummins says it plans to create an organization similar to the one the Community Education Coalition in Columbus, Ind.
Their school was almost completely destroyed by an EF-4 tornado on March 2.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate says Indiana should eliminate the state tax on gasoline.
NSA Crane has produced several technologies such as solar panels and electric vehicles.
This is the second time the proposal has been introduced, but the new version has fewer mandates than the first.
With David McIntosh away, some of his opponents seized the chance to criticize his residency.
The study shows students may not be as bound for college success as they believe they are.
Kokomo received a $50,000 grant to help fund the construction of the Wildcat Creek Soccer Complex.
The Indiana Commission on the Social Status of Black Males is trying to increase the awareness of health issues in African American men.
Ideas for improving the Switchyard Park range from creating an open field to putting in a dog park or a small scale train.
Chrysler plans to move to a four-day work week with longer hours each day.
The former Secretary of State is appealing his criminal convictions.
Studies show the decision when to retire may not be entirely in the hands of the baby boomers making it.
The Colts drafted Andrew Luck as their new quarterback to begin the NFL draft.
Frank Straub clashed with the Fraternal Order of Police over his blunt call for reform in a department he says has a long history of lackadaisical standards.
The Safe Routes to School Program is a national initiative aimed at making it easier for children to walk to school.
Monroe County says the electronic voting equipment it recently purchased is working well.
Jill Bolte Taylor has helped construct twenty-two brains to be placed around Bloomington.
Indiana University participated in a national collegiate competition to save electricity and water.
The state gave 58 counties a $500,000 that should have gone to other counties because of a mistake from the auditor's office.
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor's Brain Extravaganza will continue through the fall.
Police officers and firefighters will be exempted from the ban.
A non-profit organization that preserves Indiana’s historic landmarks has added several new structures to its most endangered sites list this year.
A commission will likely approve new regulations this week on temporary outdoor stage equipment.
College debt is on the rise. One 9th District Congressional Candidates says politicians and educators need to work together to keep costs low.
One hundred fifteen workers died in Indiana on the job in 2010.
Term Limits America says the six-term Senator Richard Lugar has been in office too long.
The testing vendor CTB/ McGraw-Hill has updated the testing software and server that is used for the test.
Hoosier Energy says it is looking to open a new facility in Owen County.