Duke Energy is disposing coal ash from some of its Gallagher Station ponds into a landfill. Other ponds will be closed in place on the property.
Experts say recent heavy rains have made it more likely that pesticides and other chemicals could flow from urban lawns into municipal sewer systems.
About half of the state's corn crop has been planted.
'Prepared for Environmental Change' is Indiana University's second Grand Challenges initiative, a $300 million undertaking started last year.
A National Weather Service hydrologist says this year was shaping up to be similar to the most recent drought year of 2012 - until recently.
A new law means Hoosiers who install solar panels after Dec. 31 will get less credit for selling excess energy back to utility companies.
The White River is currently registering between 19.5 and 20 feet high, but is expected to rise to between 22 and 23 feet this weekend.
Greene County General Hospital is repairing flood damage after heavy storms caused a pipe to burst.
One year after an avian influenza outbreak in Indiana, poultry in the state are free of the virus.
An estimated 11-feet of sand swallowed a 6-year-old boy from Sterling, Illinois, for more than three hours before he was rescued in 2013.