A jury convicted James Finney last month of murdering a Pizza X employee.
A school in Terre Haute that teaches Chinese language and culture to children on Saturdays is expanding to include adults for the first time this year.
Hoosiers are seeing a reduction in food stamp benefits because the federal stimulus dollars that were boosting the program have run out.
The IU Faculty Council announced its support for President McRobbie's decision to join the Freedom Indiana Coalition and not support a state marriage ban.
The Bloomington City Council approved a $2 million bond for Ivy Tech Community College to acquire a new building.
Severe thunderstorms and tornado conditions are probable in many central Indiana counties this afternoon and evening.
Asian carp have been found breeding in the Great Lakes watershed, which could make eradicating them from Indiana's waterways more difficult.
Indiana has the second highest percentage of zombie homes, or foreclosed homes that are vacant, in the country.
Sen. Dan Coats is traveling around the state to hear from Hoosiers about delaying the penalties for the Affordable Care Act.
The northbound lanes of State Road 37 at Victor Pike are reopen this morning after a serious accident shut them down temporarily.