More than 3,000 Katrina refugees came to Indiana in 2005. Many have gone back, but a handful still remain, struggling to call Indiana home.
As the Hoosier State's infrastructure continues aging, Rep. Larry Bucshon says tax reform could be the key to a long-term federal highway bill.
Including the Liberty Drive project, Kroger will have spent $41.5 million on its Bloomington stores in the last five years.
Upset after a fatal accident Tuesday, the Boone County Sheriff took to Facebook urging INDOT to install a stoplight at the intersection of U.S. 52 and S.R. 47.
Expect Bloomington traffic delays as students move in Wednesday; a new Indiana law prohibits taking selfies of your ballot.
Many limestone quarries lie abandoned in South Central Indiana, but one shows life as it was in the 1940s.
The law is designed to target drivers who hold up traffic in the left lane, and violators could face a hefty fine.
The EPA is lowering the amount of biofuels, which are often made from corn, that have to be added to gasoline.
In a small room on the top of the West Baden resort in South Central Indiana, mysterious angels keep watch.
Health officials face a complicated task in tracking down those people who might be infected and then containing the unprecedented outbreak.