A 300-pound bronze fish missing from IU’s Showalter Fountain since at least 2010 has been returned. But the perpetrators likely won’t face any consequences.
The Columbus Municipal Airport tower had already received a two-week delay to its closure date.
A House bill creating a second court in Owen County did not get a hearing, but a Senate bill doing the same has passed both houses.
The two companies refused to disclose any details of the agreement, but an Indiana University spokesman says it is unlikely to be the last dispute of its kind.
The City of Greencastle may use as much as $200,000 of its rainy day fund to help a local group re-establish a homeless shelter in the community.
A Monroe County judge has heard a case brought by the Indiana Department of Transportation against a pair of longtime Interstate 69 opponents.
The Bartholomew County Commissioners approved an ordinance Monday that cuts part-time employees' hours so the county is not required to pay for health care.
An early 20th century Columbus ice factory is scheduled for demolition, so the property on which it sits can be used as a parking lot.
But public school officials fear the ruling upholding the state's voucher program will lead to an outflow of students, and, therefore, dollars.
An IU education policy director says what happens at a Senate Education Committee meeting Wednesday could be a harbinger for school voucher expansion.