The Bloomington City Council revisited the definition of standardized businesses, and voted on tax abatements for a building project near the B-Line Trail.
Anderson's historic wigwam gym is being turned into a sports complex and an apartment building.
IPFW, a Fort Wayne campus managed by Purdue but jointly owned by Purdue and Indiana University, are in talks to change managements.
Agriculture industry advocates plan to make recommendations to the legislature about how to label goods that are grown and produced locally.
The EPA is considering adding a site in Kokomo to the federal list of Superfund sites, which are deemed a threat to public health.
A study for a campaign to reduce infant mortality found only a quarter of people surveyed were aware of the state’s high infant mortality problem.
Some states with waivers from the federal No Child Left Behind law plan put off using test scores in their teacher evaluations, but Indiana is still deciding.
The conference Thursday is meant to educate stakeholders about identifying elder abuse and how to address it.
This time we talk with Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan, in our weekly 'Ask The Mayor' segment.
The Commission for Higher Education wants to encourage more than 700,000 students with some college credit but no degree to return to school.