Agricultural science has changed a lot in recent years, so you might notice a few surprising things at the County Fair.
Fort Wayne Community Schools will spend about $10,000 on billboards this summer.
Critics say a new bill designed to tell people whether their food is genetically modified, may actually mask the contents.
The American Geriatrics Society estimates 300 doctors are immediately needed to make up for the shortage in Indiana.
Indiana is adding more large-scale hog farms every year. They're good business for farmers, but some neighbors say they can be bad for property values.
Bloomington’s growing deer population continues to be a nuisance to many residents.
President Obama unveiled new rules last week that govern exempt positions for overtime pay, meaning more employees are eligible for overtime pay.
For the final story in our StateImpact series from Gary, we meet someone who represents the shift the city’s schools are trying to make: "Officer Friendly."
Next up in our series from the Gary Community School Corporation, see how the district's teaching force is changing, both in its makeup and its methods.
Meet Cheryl Pruitt, superintendent of the Gary Community School Corporation, in the second installment of our StateImpact series, "Community of Opportunity."