Many Kokomo residents are still not back in their houses a week after tornadoes downed hundreds of trees and damaged more than a thousand homes.
The used and rare books store in Bloomington was going to close in August after being open for over 45 years.
Protesters took a stand against the controversial conservative organization’s attempt on the expansion of voucher programs in Indiana.
Researchers previously thought great apes had little control over their vocalizations, only making them when they were hungry or excited.
Months after being selected as a part of the state's Regional Cities Initiative, three regions are moving forward on their development plans.
As the heat index nears triple digits this week, show people are taking extra measures to ensure their prized cows stay cool.
The Indiana University Police Department offers the only cadet training program in the country that allows students to work as officers, while studying.
The "heat dome" settling across the Midwest will bring temperatures up to as much as 105 in Indiana.
Bedford residents gathered at the business seminar in hopes of finding more ways to capitalize on the area’s largest provider of jobs.
Bloomington residents will get the opportunity to provide input for the Comprehensive Master Plan at the Environmental Commission meeting tonight.