Indiana is among 12 states that will receive a combined $20 million dollars to improve soil health.
A southwestern Indiana developer faces a nearly $800,000 utility bill for releasing water into Evansville's sewers.
The Idle will be the first project of its kind on federal highway land.
Forecasters are calling for single digit wind chills and snow showers late this week.
The Hoosier Environmental Council wants to reach out to conservative voters to help accomplish its goals as it heads into the 2018 legislative session.
Cleanup of the 440-acre East Chicago site will focus on removing tainted material from a solid waste landfill and other property, and treating ground water.
Bruce Kettler will be the new director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture. Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch announced the appointment Friday.
The former DuPont site is not a Superfund, but is contaminated with lead and arsenic, as well as zinc and cadmium.
The study updates the social cost of carbon, which previously relied on some data from the 1980s.
Northern Indiana Public Service Co. says it's committed to improving its operations.
New research from Purdue University finds that climate change could have far more adverse impacts on agriculture than originally thought.