A Purdue University study provides some insight on gender, age and its impact on driving.
A new study co-authored by an Indiana University researcher says the United States is not doing enough to keep its roads safe.
Numbers released Thursday by Indiana University’s Center for Criminal Justice Research show the number of car crashes in the Hoosier State was down in 2009.
State transportation officials say the number of car-deer crashes is down from a year ago, but the number is expected to spike soon.
Campus police say keeping pedestrians safe from drivers is a hard problem to control, but other campus leaders say fewer building projects may be a start.
David Ball was headed west on State Road 256 when he left the south side of the roadway and hit a tree. Police are reconstructing the scene of the accident.