The cold temperatures in early spring have led to a poor apple harvest this season in Indiana.
Pre-sales for the phone went up early last week, and iFans greeted local tech stores early for the phone's official reveal this morning.
The Indiana Finance Authority has given debt-saddled Indiana Toll Road Concessions Co. until late November to prove it can pay back its lenders.
A new report from the Indiana Department of Labor shows an increase in workplace fatalities last year, largely attributed to transportation-related accidents.
A group of 11 universities, including Purdue, is joining forces to help low-income and first-generation students attend college and succeed when they get there.
There are more than 100 craft breweries in Indiana, but only 5 percent of people who buy beer at the grocery store choose local craft brews.
Cintra-Macguarie, the company that leases the Indiana Toll Road, is considering filing for bankruptcy after years of financial difficulties.
Ash trees, which account for about 80 percent of the trees in Greenfield’s Riley Park, might need to be cut down because of an emerald ash borer infestation.
A new report from the Audubon Society predicts 314 North American bird species are at risk because of climate change.
Camp Atterbury is laying off civilian contractors who worked on a program that prepared soldiers for deployment.