Small towns along the Amtrak route are hoping the state will make up the shortfall, something that doesn't appear likely right now.
A state commission is considering whether to designate a shipwreck 28 feet under in Lake Michigan as the state's first underwater nature preserve.
Verizon has challenged the Federal Communications Commission on net neutrality. One telecommunications expert says the case comes down to a legal technicality.
The president of a local union says the company has not created 200 jobs it promised in 2010.
Coats fears bombing Syria could make it impossible to gain public support for an attack on Iran if Iran appears likely to gain nuclear capability.
Indiana tax collections are lagging, more than $65 million below projections in the first two months of the fiscal year.
Of the utilities the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission surveyed, only half have plans in place to deal with water shortages.
The Bartholomew County Assessor says his office has settled about half of the property tax appeals it received from the 2012 reassessments.
On WFIU's Noon Edition, lawyers, law enforcement and IU officials debate the pros and cons of Indiana's Lifeline Law.
An ordinance was passed last Friday mandating the Courthouse grounds will only be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.