Attorney General Greg Zoeller joined more than 25 other states requesting an emergency stay on the Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan.
For the first time in nearly a century, the DNR is allowing the limited trapping of river otters in the state.
The Indiana State Board of Animal Health will be responsible for permitting and licensing hunting preserves.
Southern Indiana and central Kentucky are facing a significant winter storm this weekend; Central Indiana will only see a dusting.
Environmental and animal rights groups have significant issues with the bill and proposed an amendment that would bar people from hunting wild sheep and goats.
Although health officials are saying food is safe to eat, Dubois County business owner Jennifer Schuetter is concerned her restaurant will be affected.
The rare alignment of Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, Venus and Mercury means this spring should make for exceptional stargazing.
One small Indiana city almost lost control of its water utility, but the state is revising certification tests to help other cities facing the same fate.
For the first time since 1921, the trapping of river otters has been regulated in the state of Indiana.
The case is the first to be confirmed since June 2015.