In the last of a three-part series on pesticide drift, WFIU looks at how exposure to drifting fungicide has affected one man's ability to speak.
Part two in a three-part series on pesticide drift examines why produce growers worry the approval of new herbicide-tolerant crops could damage their own crops.
After warning nearly 200,000 of a possible compromise, the agency now says privacy violation affected fewer than 100 people.
The first in a three-part series on the dangers of pesticide drift reports on how misplaced pest-control chemicals can encroach on people's livelihoods.
Republicans say Democrats are behind in choosing a candidate for the Second District. Democrats say nine months is plenty of time to prepare for the primary.
The driver says the brakes on the bus failed, leading to the fatal crash at I-465 and Keystone Avenue in Indianapolis.
State and federal officials continue to develop plans for containing the invasive fish species known collectively as Asian carp.
Experts and parents say the guidelines will help educators cope with uncooperative children safely.
But Indiana’s numbers are likely more accurate than those reported by other states.
Residents say they worry the 4,400-head hog farm will overuse water resources and cause a decline in property values.