Studies say consumers believe brown, cage-free eggs have a higher nutritional value than white, caged eggs, but scientists don't necessarily agree.
Coal-fired power plants in Indiana are balancing federal demands with business pressures in a number of ways.
Water plays a large role in public health and the economy, and Bloomington is fighting to keep its water in line with federal regulations.
In 2013, homeowners there sued the state, contending their private property extends all the way to the water.
Indiana University hydrologist Darren Ficklin describes his research as "a crazy undertaking."
As part of a settlement, Duke Energy set a 2016 deadline for cutting out coal at its power plants.
An estimated 35 million tons of food is discarded each year in the U.S., equaling $165 billion in food waste.
The Department of Natural Resources is providing more than half a million dollars in grants to combat invasive plants in lakes throughout Indiana.
If approved, it would be Duke's largest solar facility in Indiana.