In the conclusion to WFIU’s two-part series on graffiti, talks with business owners about the debate and the work of a city employee who cleans spray-paint.
In the first of a two-part series, WFIU’s Emily Loftis sought out graffiti writers to talk about their work……
A group of Indiana University students associated with the Sierra Club Wednesday launched a campaign to make the college's Bloomington campus coal-free.
From complex paperwork to transporting reclaimed car metal, complications of Cash for Clunkers have raised concerns in several participating business sectors.
In the second part of WFIU's two-part health care series, lawmakers weigh in on other possible solutions to the Healthy Indiana Plan waiting list problem.
Despite a highly-touted state health care program and possible federal changes, thousands of Hoosiers could still be left without health coverage.
American Postal Workers union members massed outside Bloomington's downtown post office Tuesday, protesting the transfer of some operations to Indianapolis.