Hillary Clinton will visit Indianapolis as she tours the country on her campaign for the Democratic nomination for president.
The avian flu has killed about 10 percent of the nation's laying flock population.
The Jefferson Proving Ground serves as a national wildlife refuge, but also contains unexploded bombs and depleted uranium.
Tuition would remain flat for in-state students attending IU Bloomington.
The Natural Resources Commission voted against a proposal that would have allowed hunters to use high powered rifles currently prohibited under Indiana law.
There are more than a dozen possible routes being considered for the last leg of I-69.
Mountain bikers will be required to have a $5 daily permit or an $20 annual permit when cycling on state park trails.
About 40,000 visitors are expected in French Lick this week to watch the 2015 Senior PGA Championship.
The app provides information about the effects emerald ash borers have on trees and how to treat them.
What could be the largest multi-national trade deal in history sharply divides Hoosiers, and a voice disorder puzzles researchers.