Purdue University’s acquisition of a for-profit online college is being criticized by some of the university’s own faculty members.
Hamilton says 15,000 more solar panels are being installed throughout the city by the end of the year.
The veterans shared their memories of what that time was like and what their service means to them decades later.
Several state and federal agencies say safe sleep means adults shouldn't share a bed with a baby, but some researchers and parents disagree.
Preliminary findings of an Indiana State Department of Health study highlight a link between the state’s high infant mortality rate and the drug epidemic.
Margaret Avenue is still on schedule, the 2018 city budget is approved and balanced and the Hulman Center is no longer being considered as convention space.
A number of Hoosiers working on the hunger front are meeting with leaders to make sure the importance of SNAP is understood.
The Knobstone Trail is Indiana’s longest hiking trail, and one hiking association is leading an effort that would more than its double the length.
Most of the funding for public defense in Indiana comes from local governments.
Mayor Lienhoop takes your questions and talks about a two year initiative that aims to confront the county's opioid epidemic problem.