The state superintendent talks about making schools inclusive for students. Nearly half of rural Hoosiers don’t have broadband and it’s hurting their economies.
Indiana is experiencing a dramatic increase in the number of women who hunt. One-point-five million of the nation’s hunters are now women.
Tom Hanify, president of the Metropolitan Professional Firefighters Union of Indiana, talked about the growing importance of remembering the day as years go on.
Protestors held signs that said "no patriarchy" and "IUPD out of the dorms."
Mayor Bennett discusses the Wabash River Region proposal that would use state grant money to boost quality of living and economic development.
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The governor’s new drug task force, Hoosier football kicks off this weekend and the new and improved Hoosier State Rail Line is up and running.
Three female African elephants are taking a vacation at Wilstem Ranch where they can roam in pastures and get a daily spa treatment.
Public health leaders rejoiced Friday morning after Monroe County Commissioners voted in favor of a county-wide needle exchange program.
Due to a growing population of Spanish-speakers in Indiana, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources has put out a new translated fishing guide.