A U.S. House committee plans to investigate a grant that funded an Indiana University project called Truthy.
Two new Columbus-era wrought iron artillery cannons found along early trades routes established by Christopher Columbus are on display at the Children's Museum.
The Indiana Farm Bureau president says ethanol now accounts for 40 percent of the state's corn production.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized $35,000 worth of a date rape chemical at Indianapolis International Airport in September.
The charges include conspiracies to commit computer fraud, copyright infringement, wire fraud, mail fraud, identity theft and theft of trade secrets.
The group BANIDS has proposed an ordinance that would ban bow hunting within the city limits and place a two year delay on the deer sharpshoot at Griffy Lake.
Police say texting should be limited to situations where the person cannot speak because calling 911 still provides the police more information.
The Indianapolis area code is expected to run out of telephone numbers by 2017.
A community of Catholic nuns in Dubois County are making plans to build a brewery on the monastery grounds.
Short‘s bladderpod is a part of the mustard family and is found in Indiana, Tennessee and Kentucky.