After some campers and parents reported violence and sexual misconduct, officials shut down the study and sent campers home.
IU Bloomington's campus is on its way to becoming one of the most bike friendly universities in the nation.
Chief U.S. District Judge Jane E. Magnus-Stinson says courts never contact anyone by phone – communications about jury duty always come in writing.
An advocacy group plans to move forward with a lawsuit after a judge denied a request to halt an emergency rule that allows rifle-hunting on public land.
Indiana's governor is throwing his support behind a drive by some elementary school students to designate a firefly species as the state insect.
Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County is negotiating with the county to assume developmental control of 84 acres on Bloomington’s southwest side.
The DNR says while two trees in the state have shown evidence of the disease, the risk of thousand cankers killing local walnut trees is low.
An Indiana lawmaker wants the state to take the next step toward making Indiana’s drug database more effective at preventing opioid addiction.
A new Purdue University grant aims to cover the tuition gap for in-state students earning a first bachelor’s degree.
Researchers from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center and Northwestern University say a genetic mutation in some Indiana Amish protects against aging.