With five days until kick-off at Memorial Stadium, IU athletic officials are talking about more than just wins on the field.
The commissioners gave initial approval to the one-year moratorium at their meeting this morning.
Angie's List is laying off about 5 percent of its workforce.
Two more charter schools in Indianapolis have decided to give up their charters after the current school year ends, continuing what seems to be a recent trend.
The pilot program offers to freeze the cost of tuition and fees during students' sophomore year, if they're on track to graduate on time.
The case challenging Indiana's ban on same-sex marriage makes its way to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals this week.
Universities look to e-books, websites and partnerships in an effort to make college more affordable.
Should Hoosiers be allowed to hunt deer over high-fenced gaming preserves, the impact hunger is having in the classroom and we take the cold water challenge.
The Leading Index of Indiana, an economic analysis of the state's economy, said the economy improved from July to August.
The expanded Lifeline Law protects underage students who call for medical help.