The state has set this year's trapping cap at 600.
A bald eagle found badly injured in southern Indiana is getting a new home at the Detroit Zoo.
New technology is giving one Indiana county a better look at what’s at the bottom of Lake Monroe, and it’s helping law enforcement solve some cases.
The lawsuit alleged the company engaged in damaging logging practices and breached its contract.
A group of activists is asking Governor Eric Holcomb to stop future logging in the back country area of Yellowwood State Forest.
The group isn't against logging altogether, but wants old-growth areas of the forest preserved.
The Department of Natural Resources says 16 state parks and properties will close for four days this month so hunters can reduce the size of their deer herds.
As of this week, 70-percent of the state’s corn has been harvested – that’s compared to 85-percent at this time last year.
Bloomington is giving a bike share program a second shot nearly 20 years after the city's first attempt didn't pan out.
More than three dozen East Chicago homeowners have filed a lawsuit alleging that their homes and yards were severely contaminated with lead.