Where do Indiana's gubernatorial candidates stand on roads, universal pre-K, and LGBT protections?
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The Postal Service plans to replace its aging fleet with advanced vehicles that provide better fuel efficiency and zero-emission capability.
Indiana State University's president says he wants the school's enrollment to grow by nearly 20 percent over the next six years.
Before the end of the year, the state department of health plans to unload naloxone kits in each of the state’s public health preparedness districts.
We talk with the Indiana gubernatorial candidates, how the state is fighting against opioid abuse and more on a community effort to produce clean energy.
Aside from the 5 installations happening this month, an additional 11 people signed letters of intent to show their interest in purchasing solar panels.
If the State Department designates Bloomington as a resettlement community, the city could welcome 60 refugees in the first year.
Both candidates say they won't share the stage with Russell Brooksbank because of his recent arrest.
August numbers are lower than they were around this time last year.