Researchers say computer exercises can help patients undergoing chemotherapy to experience improved memory and brain processing speed.
The new stretch of rail, scheduled to be open by 2014, is aimed to assist regional employers and increase economic development.
Bernanke will speak at the Indiana Convention Center about monetary policy and the federal reserve.
The exhibit will be taken down October 19, and individual brains will go on sale for $5,000 to fund future brain education projects.
Construction on the historic bridge will continue after more structural steel damage was found.
Lawrence Mayor Dean Jessup says the ban is meant to protect the health of Lawrence residents.
A student informed school officials about a threat made over social media.
Judges may change the way courts oversee custody battles between heated parents.
Students from other states who come to Indiana for college leave after graduation because of the lack of opportunities.
An IU arts administration lecturer says the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's lockout will cause a ripple effect throughout the economy.