Todd Carpenter was elected to the board Saturday, but his win was called into question after someone filed a petition challenging his candidacy.
UDWI held its annual meeting Saturday and ratepayers got to vote on three board positions.
Guests can also now see a nightly virtual light show thanks to all-new LEDs surrounding the dome's interior.
Electric cooperatives are designed to operate like a democracy, but some ratepayers say they feel like their opinion doesn't matter.
While people in the industry are hopeful the president’s executive order overturning many Obama-era regulations will help, it might not make a huge difference.
Former Republican Senator Richard Lugar and former Democratic Congressman Lee Hamilton helped shape U.S. national security.
A bill to overhaul Indiana’s standardized tests passed out of a Senate committee Wednesday but some lawmakers say the legislation doesn't go far enough.
Why some southwestern Indiana residents are running against long-time incumbents for a spot on their energy cooperative's board of directors.
About 1.5 million Hoosiers get power through rural electric cooperatives, not for-profit utilities that provide electric in rural areas.
Toby Strout worked for the non-profit domestic violence shelter for more than 30 years.