Peach trees suffer from extended periods of low temperatures.
The Indiana State Fair is allowing alcohol sales for the first time in 67 years.
Offenders at the Pendleton Correctional Industrial Facility are doing more than just refurbishing wheelchairs...their giving back.
Severe thunderstorms expected over parts of the middle Mississippi and lower Ohio Valleys this afternoon and tonight.
How poverty is impacting Hoosiers, why some Indiana teachers are learning how to use 3D printers and big news this week with the state's Pre-K efforts.
A summer camp in Martinsville offers disabled children a safe environment that encourages independence and self-esteem, research says.
Local leaders in counties that didn’t qualify for the state's pre-k pilot program are still seeking ways to make early childhood education a priority.
Ten Indiana schools are receiving 3D printers in an effort to interest students in science, technology, engineering and math fields.
Poverty is becoming more concentrated in Indiana and across the nation, which is making it more difficult for children to break the cycle of poverty.
The DEA raided Drug & Opiate Recovery Network clinics in four central Indiana counties in an investigation of illicit drug prescriptions.