A recent survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates 41 percent of teens text while driving.
After a federal judge ruled against allowing convenience stores to sell cold beer, groups pushing for change might have to head back to the legislature.
This time we talk with Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan, in our weekly 'Ask The Mayor' segment.
Indiana Newsdesk host Joe Hren speaks with IU education professor Don Hossler about what impact President Obama's plan to reduce student debt has on Hoosiers.
The latest on the Indy VA investigation. Plus, eight county homes, or poor farms, top the list of endangered landmarks in Indiana. Is it possible to save them?
Indiana county homes are facing extinction from either abandonment or neglect, according to Indiana Landmarks.
The Indianapolis Veterans Affairs hospital has been tagged for further review after a national audit, but some veterans say it provides quality care.
More people are visiting Indiana's state parks and buying annual passes than last year.
How new EPA rules affect Indiana, and the risks and opportunities of crowdfunding. Plus, newly digitized pictures of the Tiananmen Square protest are released.
This week the Environmental Protection Agency unveiled a new set of proposed regulations for existing coal-fired power plants.