The conference aims to bring together state and business leaders so they can discuss economic opportunities along the Texas-to-Michigan interstate.
Professor Marjorie Hershey says redistricting problems are largely connected with issues of diversity, and an independent commission wouldn't solve the problem.
Many farmers are turning to GPS systems to help them create corn mazes this year, but there are at least a few who stick with more traditional methods.
The first case of Ebola transmission has occurred in the U.S., and experts are debating the plausibility of the virus learning to travel through the air.
Steve and Lorri Zeller are finishing their book now, which they say is full of stories and lessons they learned raising three successful basketball players.
New grant opportunities are available across the country today for local and organic food suppliers and farmers.
A church-like gathering for those without religious belief launched in Bloomington yesterday as part of an international movement.
Indiana will use its share of the money to survey, monitor, and analyze data about the deadly bat disease.
The C-SPAN bus is touring around all the Big Ten schools.
The ISU Criminology Department event will feature Leeky Behrman, who escaped the 61st floor of the World Trade Center during the 2001 attacks.