The dogs are trained to sniff out cell phone materials, batteries and SIM cards to keep the devices from entering the state's prisons.
While Indiana's population is growing more slowly than the national rate, it is growing faster than most of its neighboring states.
Local officials and managing partners for the holiday lights in Bloomington’s courthouse square are considering switching to more energy-efficient LED bulbs.
The Shalom Center is working with 25 residents at the Crawford Apartments through a permanent supportive housing model.
The Indiana Historical Society in Indianapolis plans to auction off two items in its collection by John James Audubon.
The Bloomington POPS orchestra board voted to end performances at the end of this year because of low attendance and low funds.
Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan announced Monday his appointment of retiring Ivy Tech Chancellor John Whikehart to the position of Deputy Mayor.
Law enforcement personnel say they don’t necessarily see an uptick in crime between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Troy D. Harden, 44, was killed while sheriff's deputies were attempting to serve an arrest warrant.
AARP wants more seniors to get involved with conversations about the future of Medicare and Social Security. But many Hoosiers don't feel Congress is listening.