This is the first of three services honoring the life of Abdul-Rahman, or Peter, Kassig.
How an aid worker who was captured and beheaded by Islamist militants is stirring Hoosiers to action. Some worry Bloomington's downtown is growing too rapidly.
Some believe new development is challenging Kirkwood's uniqueness.
Griffy Lake Nature Preserve in Bloomington was closed Monday in preparation of the upcoming deer kill.
The state’s latest employment report was released today.
Lake and LaPorte counties joined forces and submitted a bid for the remainder of Indiana's Toll Road lease.
President Obama ordered a review of the U.S. hostage policy over the summer, before Kassig was killed.
President Obama says he will not deport undocumented immigrants who have been in the U.S. for at least five years and are parents of U.S. citizens.
Abdul-Rahman Kassig was adopted as a newborn, according to a statement from his adopted parents.
The Hoosiers face Southern Methodist University tonight at 8 p.m.