Scientists are trying to discover why a sand dune collapsed last year, swallowing a six-year-old boy.
Indianapolis Power & Light Company is exploring the possibility of increasing rates to fund a new electric car sharing program in the city.
The process melts down plastic into a material that serves as a replacement for lumber.
Public safety officials say cyber-terrorists have made attempts to hack Indianapolis' $73 million communications platform.
Eight engineering students at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology have found a way to convert plastic into lumber.
Indiana Newsdesk takes a look back at what was making the news in our "History Through Headlines" segment.
Ten Indiana schools are receiving 3D printers in an effort to interest students in science, technology, engineering and math fields.
Military personnel from across the nation come to Muscatatuck Training Center to prepare with local first responders for emergency situations.
IU professor Adam Zlotnick has identified a molecule that could lead to a hepatitis B cure.
Indiana high school all-star teams are using a concussion preventive device that indicates when a player needs to be removed from a game.