Duke Energy plans to remove an estimated 3.6 million tons of coal ash from two of the Wabash River Generating Station's ash ponds in Terre Haute.
Indiana will need about 800 more primary care doctors by 2030, and the first graduating class from Marian University is a step in the right direction.
The Utilities District of Western Indiana Board of Directors voted unanimously this week to place Brian Sparks on a paid leave of absence.
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.