Officials with Bloomington Parks & Recreation are set for a deer cull, which could begin this week.
The EPA says the estimated cost of cleaning up lead and arsenic in a northwestern Indiana city has ballooned to nearly four times initial estimates.
Officials in Indiana are trying to prevent a water crisis as both supply and infrastructure are inadequate for future needs.
Officials in Bloomington say they're waiting for a contractor to schedule the planned deer cull in a city nature preserve.
Chemicals from pain-killers and other drugs often end up in lakes and rivers, creating what some scientists say could be a deadly cocktail for wildlife.
Wildlife officials say Indiana is seeing an influx of snowy owls, an all-white raptor native to the Arctic that's rarely seen south of Lake Michigan.
Lead-contaminated neighborhoods in a northwestern Indiana city have been placed on a national priority list for accelerated cleanup work.
Indiana is among 12 states that will receive a combined $20 million dollars to improve soil health.
A spill in October came after the steelmaker dumped more than 300 pounds of the chemical into the waterway in April.
While Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), also known as mad deer disease, hasn’t spread to Indiana yet, the state is prepared to address a potential outbreak.