A state representative is promising a northern Indiana second grade class that she will propose legislation next session to make the firefly the state insect.
Geneticists are looking at famous internet cats, like Lil Bub, to see how their mutated genes could explain genes in humans.
Why Ivy Tech is the only public school that's not getting money for major building projects. What are the risks for the army testing site in Jefferson County?
The 10 football players boycotted three games in 1969 after they said they were treated unfairly because of their race.
A reception Friday kicked off a photography exhibit highlighting Indiana's limestone legacy.
The Jefferson Proving Ground serves as a national wildlife refuge, but also contains unexploded bombs and depleted uranium.
The needle-exchange program approved in Scott County has seen 175 visitors, collected an estimated 15,964 needles, and provided 20,279 needles.
The Visioning Project will gather thought leaders from around the state – along with input from Hoosiers – to help steer the course of Indiana’s next 50 years.
The Indiana Court of Appeals is denying a request for appeal by the man convicted of killing Indiana University student Jill Behrman.
Ivy Tech Community College was the only institution that didn’t receive funding for projects in the recently passed state budget.