A group of 11 universities, including Purdue, is joining forces to help low-income and first-generation students attend college and succeed when they get there.
The committee chair said he hopes to build consensus on potential changes needed to the business tax legislation passed last session.
PTSD has affected 300,000 veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan and has led to a spike in suicides.
After traumatic brain injuries, some veterans are turning to a controversial treatment for help called Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.
Stonecutter's Place Senior Apartments promises to offer safe, affordable housing options in the city's downtown.
Two companies and a resident of Indianapolis filed a lawsuit challenging the legality of last month's $112 million with Covanta.
To help prevent the possible outbreak of an enterovirus in Indiana, hospitals around the state are restricting visitors in their Neonatal Intensive Care Units.
A new layer of legislative oversight for Indiana's specialty license plates has resulted in recommendations to stop issuing plates for nine nonprofit groups.
The ISU Criminology Department event will feature Leeky Behrman, who escaped the 61st floor of the World Trade Center during the 2001 attacks.
Two experts from the Humane Society plan to submit to the city of Bloomington nonviolent ways to control the deer population in Griffy Lake Nature Preserve.