A group of convenience store owners is suing Indiana, saying its alcohol laws provide liquor stores an unfair advantage.
Students across all seven campuses who attended IU from 2011-2014 are potentially at risk.
Kokomo officials are monitoring the city's water levels and preparing for floods to prevent damage.
A record number of school closures and delays this winter is causing parents and administrators to worry about the effects on student learning.
Department of Natural Resources officials say carefully managed logging can improve the natural habitat, but critics say the department has economic motives.
Improved blood flow after exercise helped women experiencing decreased sexual function caused by anti-depressants.
IU officials announced Monday Luke Fischer had left the team. An analyst predicts Fischer’s departure will have more of a long term than immediate impact.
Indiana has declined to expand Medicaid, but state officials say they still could expand coverage through the Healthy Indiana Plan.
The suit claims the current law violates the university’s right to religious freedom in its provisions regarding coverage for contraceptives.
The tornadoes damaged 300 homes in Kokomo and destroyed 60 more. About two dozen businesses were destroyed.