The season's first case of mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus has been confirmed; brick and mortar banks are dying at a rate of about 500 a year nationwide.
Hoosier Energy says "recent developments" have thrown its plans for the property into question.
Brown County residents are helping to raise money for victims of last week's storms; Columbus Municipal Airport will close to complete a $5.2 million project.
The Wind Energy Multi Species Habitat Conservation Plan looks at ways to lower the instances of endangered species deaths from wind turbines.
Cook officials say they will invest $28 million to renovate and equip their facility in Bloomington.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller kicks off his congressional campaign; Mosquito populations are nearly three times higher than normal in Indy. Read more.
Significant tax relief for Hoosier employers could be on the horizon if the state’s revenues do well the next few months.
Monroe County consistently ranks high in Indiana for children vaccination rates, and area officials plan to continue that progress.
Three tornadoes hit Indiana this week crushing homes and downing trees. Plus, job seekers who are re-entering the workforce face numerous challenges.
The Glenda Ritz campaign may have violated state election law; former governor chief of staff pushes for election reform. Read more in our morning roundup.